Mr. Inam Ullah Khan
Lecturer, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Area of Interest: Smart Grids, Distributed Generation, Appliance Scheduling, Electric Vehicles
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007  

Inam Ullah Khan received his B.Sc Electrical (Electronic ) degree from FUUAST, Islamabad Pakistan and MS Electrical (Power systems) from COMSATS Islamabad, Pakistan in 2009 and 2013 respectively. Soon after completing his B.Sc Electrical Engineering degree, he joined DESCON Engineering Pvt. Ltd at Fauji Cement Project (7200 TPD) as Project Engineer (Electrical and Instrument). There his main responsibilities include supervising Installation, commissioning and maintenance activities of different electrical equipment’s e.g Transformers, Electrical Machines, Measuring Instruments, Bus Bars, etc. Mr. Inam Ullah has a vast teaching and research experience starting from 2012, when he joined department of Centre for Advanced Studies in Telecommunication (CAST), COMSATS Islamabad as R.A. There he conducted teaching and research activities in Networks and Smart Grids area. Afterwards in July 2013 he joined Electrical Engineering department COMSATS Lahore campus as Lecturer. He taught courses on Electric Circuit Analysis, Power Distribution and Utilization, Industrial Instrumentation, Engineering Drawing at undergraduate level. From August 2014-2018, he also worked in the capacity of Assistant Warden boys hostel COMSATS Lahore campus.

Final Year Project Supervised

  • Smart Grid Demand Side Management model with appliance scheduling.
  • Transformer Protection using Tap Changing
  • Smart Grid Demand Side Management energy minimization model with Renewable Energy Integration

 Research Interests

  • Modernized Grid
  • Distributed Generation and Super Grids
  • Appliance Scheduling in Smart Grids
  • Vehicles and Renewable Energy Integration in Smart Grids



Journal Papers:
1. Inam Ullah Khan, Nadeem Javaid, C. James Taylor , Kelum A. A. Gamage and Xiandong Ma (2021), "A Stacked Machine and Deep Learning-based Approach for Analysing Electricity Theft in Smart Grids", IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, DOI: 10.1109/TSG.2021.3134018, Impact Factor: 9    (External URL)
2. Inam Ullah Khan, Nadeem Javaid, Kelum A. A. Gamage, C. James Taylor, Sobia Baig and Xiandong Ma (2020), "Heuristic Algorithm Based Optimal Power Flow Model Incorporating Stochastic Renewable Energy Sources", IEEE Access, pp: 148622-148643, Vol: 8, Impact Factor: 4.64  Abstract  (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Inam Ullah Khan, Nadeem Javaid, C. James Taylor, Kelum A. A. Gamage and Xiandong Ma (2021) "Big Data Analytics for Electricity Theft Detection in Smart Grids", IEEE PES PowerTech 2021   
2. Inam Ullah Khan, Nadeem Javaid, Kelum A. A. Gamage, C. James Taylor, Sobia Baig and Xiandong Ma (2020) "Big Data Analytics based Short Term Electricity Load Forecasting Model for Residential Buildings in Smart Grids", IEEE Conference on Computer Communications Workshops, INFOCOM Wksps    (External URL)
3. Inam Ullah Khan, Nadeem Javaid, C. James Taylor, Kelum A. A. Gamage and Xiandong Ma (2020) "Optimal Power Flow Solution with Uncertain RES using Augmented Grey Wolf Optimzation", 2020 IEEE International Conference on Power Systems Technology (POWERCON)  Abstract  (External URL)
4. Inam Ullah Khan, Xiandong Ma, C. James Taylor, Nadeem Javaid and Kelum A. A. Gamage (2018) "Heuristic Algorithm Based Dynamic Scheduling Model of Home Appliances in Smart Grid", 24th International Conference on Automation and Computing (ICAC)  Abstract  (External URL)


Ph. D Electrical (Power Systems) Engineering
Lancaster University, United Kingdom
2018 to 2021
MS Eelctrical (Power Systems) Engineering
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan
Feb 2011 to Jan 2013
B.Sc Electrical (Electronic) Engineering
FUUAST Islamabad, Pakistan
Feb 2005 to Mar 2009


Electrical Engineering Daprtment, COMSATS Lahore, Pakistan
Jul 2013 to Date
Research Assistant
Department of CAST, COMSATS Islamabad, Pakistan
Oct 2012 to Jul 2013
Project Engineer (Electrical and Instrument)
DESCON Engineering Pvt. Ltd Pakistan
Apr 2009 to Aug 2012

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