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Dr David Oyedokun

Research Interests

  • Renewable Energy
  • Geomagnetically- Induced Currents
  • Transformers
  • Power Systems Stability


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Postgraduate Supervision


  • George Gabriels, Thevenin equivalent impedance estimation apparatus for multi-phase systems
  • Akshay Jankee, Impact of GICs on the voltage stability of power systems
  • Brian Kamanzi, Microgrid planning & Amp design under uncertainty: A case study in Northern Angola  
  • Isma-eel Khan, Development of the human-beta probabilistic tool for network design
  • Sizwe Mkhonta, Transformer response to geomagnetically induced currents
  • Talent Murwira, The effects of GICs on power transformers
  • Ackim Mwangama, Accounting for the effect of GICs on power system stability
  • Azeez Olasoji, Cost of failure & interruption of electricity supply
  • Michael Rainey, Impact on system inertia and stability to rising levels of distributed & embedded renewable energy
  • Angula Sam, Optimisation of solar distributed generation on distribution networks (Namibian case study)
  • Ngcebo Sithebe, Voltage stability in the presence of geomagnetically induced currents
  • Omphemetse Thebe, Impact of fixed dispatched DG (in the MV network) on conventional power plants
  • Mobolaji Windabo, The decentralized generation control in a network with N no. of nodes


  • Oluwagbenga Apata, Techno-Economical compensation using hybrid
  • Mfon Charles, Intelligent wind energy systems

Current Undergraduate Teaching 

  • Introduction to Power Engineering: EEE2044S
  • Engineering Design (Electrical Engineering: EEE3098S
  • Power Systems Analysis Operation and Control: EEE4116F