Students

PhD Students

Following are the list of PhD students currently working with me

  • Ashish Kumar
    Proposed area of Work: WBG devices based motor drives for EV
    PG: NIT Hamirpur, INDIA
    UG: College of Engineering, Bhubhaneshwar, INDIA

  • Sukumar Das
    Proposed area of Work: Inductive Power Transfer for contactless charging of EV
    PG: Jalpaiguri Engineering college, Jalpaiguri, INDIA
    UG: West Bengal University of Technology, Kolkata, INDIA

I am currently looking for the motivated and passionate students to work in the area of motor drives with wide-bandgap devices, wireless power transfer and multilevel converters. The focus will be on proposing new methods/theories supported with hardware validation in the research area mentioned above. Further, the interested student can obtain the detailed information about my current research from research.html. The students are expected to have good academic background with a strong mathematical and electrical engineering fundamentals.
If you are interested to pursue PhD in the above mentioned areas then I strongly recommend you to apply for PhD admissions in the Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Roorkee. You can also contact me over email with detailed CV indicating your academic backgrounds, research interests, past projects, publications etc.

UG and PG Students

  • Rishab Jain, Anurag Srivastava, Punit Kumar, Lovish Balana, Akshat Jain, Ribhav Hans and Dharmendra Choudhary, final year undergraduate students of Electrical Engineering department at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, INDIA. Project title: “Development of Cyber Resilient Features for EV Battery Chargers “.

  • Adarsh kumar singh, Hemant kumar meena, Anubhav Jangra, and Jatin Bansal, final year undergraduate students of Electrical Engineering department at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, INDIA. Project title: “Design and development of generalized control board (PCB) using DSP based micro controller “, Co-supervision with Prof. Anubrata Dey.

IITR UG/PG students interested in the research area mentioned in research.html can contact me over an email for your queries.

Intern

  • Gursimran Singh, an undergraduate student of Electrical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, INDIA. Work: “Design and Development of inductive power transfer ystem for charging EV batteries”.

  • Rishabh Yadav, an undergraduate student of Electrical Engineering at Delhi Technological Univeristy, New Delhi, INDIA. Work: “Impact of circuit parasitics on switching loss for WBG enabled power converters”.

If you are interested in doing an internship/short-term project then You can also contact me over email with detailed CV indicating your academic backgrounds, research interests, past projects, publications etc. For more details: http://spark.iitr.ac.in/