I have worked as PostDoc Researcher on a project to design and develop a battery management system. The key components included design and development of passive balancers, active balancers, and coulomb counting algorithm to determine the state-of-charger and state-of-health of individual cells in the battery pack. I have also worked on the concept design of ground rig to test the integrated power plant of electric aircrafts.
Further, I have worked on an Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) funded research project “Addressing Barriers to Efficient Renewable Integration” at UNSW, Australia. The project partners were ElectraNet Pty Ltd, Tasmanian Networks Pty Ltd and Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO). As a PostDoc Researcher on this project, I have worked with Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) on renewable energy integration standards for Australian power grid.
Previously, I worked as Intern on a DANTE Aeronautical - UNSW joint collaboration project to design a ground rig to test the integrated powerplant of an electric aircraft. The internship is supported by Australian Government through Australian Postgraduate Research Internship (APR.Intern) program.
I did my PhD in electrical engineering at the University of New South Wales, Australia, in March 2021. During my PhD, I worked on the power control of virtual oscillator-controlled inverters in microgrids. My expertise lies in the field of dispatchable inverter control techniques for microgrids with high penetration of renewable energy sources. I received Tuition Fee Scholarship and Research Stipend from UNSW in 2017 and IEEE IES S&YP Paper Assistance at Power Electronics and Motion Control (PEMC) conference in 2018.
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I am also working as a Casual Academic at the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications. I have performed lab demonstration and exam marking duties for several undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
I am a Graduate Student Member of IEEE, IEEE Power Electronics Society and IEEE Industrial Electronics Society.
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