Tempus Joint European Project
Tempus JEP – 18126 - 2003



Jovica V. Milanović is a Professor of Electrical Power Engineering and Deputy Head of School (Research) in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of The University of Manchester. Prior to joining UM (UMIST) in January 1998, he was Lecturer in Power Engineering in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Tasmania, Australia. There he was an initiator and a driving force behind the establishment of one of the first (if not actually "the first") Centres for Power Quality research in Australia. His research work is equally split between the areas of Power Quality and Power System Dynamics and has been funded over the years by Australian and UK industry and Research Councils and the EU. He was the British Council Specialist on a three-year (2001-2003) project with Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Singapore) helping their Division of Electrical Engineering to establish teaching and research in the area of power quality. He was a member of a Steering Committee for Work Stream 5 - Long Term Network Concepts and Options of the DGCG established by the DTI and OFGEM and a Project Manager for the project 07- Power Quality within this Work Stream and a member of a review panel for the evaluation of proposals submitted to the EU 6th Framework Programme. He was/is a member of several CIGRE/CIRED/IEEE working groups in the area of Power Quality and Power System Dynamics Prof Milanovic is Foreign Member of the Serbian Academy of Engineering Sciences, Chartered Engineer in the UK, Fellow of the IET (formerly IEE) and a Senior Member of the IEEE. He has published over 170 papers in international journals and proceedings of international conferences and presented over 30 courses on Power System Stability and Power Quality around the world.





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