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Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

 

 

Dr. Saikat Chakrabarti, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Kanpur, UP 208016, India

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Research interests

Power system dynamics and stability.

Application of synchronized measurement technology to power systems.

Power system state estimation.

Power system reliability.

 

Post-graduate students

·         PhD

1.    A. Dubey, “Hybrid state estimation”. Started in 2013.

2.    B. Rathore, “Multi-area state estimation considering external network equivalents”. Started in 2013.

3.    S. M. Ashraf, “Synchrophasor applications for power system stability assessment”. Started in 2013.

4.    C. V. V. S. B. Reddy, “Voltage stability monitoring and control using synchronized measurement technology”, started in 2009, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava.

5.    S. K. Mallik, “Synchronized measurement technology for state estimation and enhanced power system visualization”, started in 2010, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. N. Singh.

6.    V. Vignesh, “Load modeling using phasor measurements”, started in 2011, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava.

7.   A. Sharma, “Multilevel distributed power system state estimator for smart grid applications”, started in 2011, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava.

·         MTech

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·         Ongoing

1.            G. A. Kumar, “Network equivalencing”. Started in 2014.

2.            M. Mukherjee, “Synchrophasor based voltage stability monitoring”. Started in 2014. Co-supervisor: Prof. M. Banerjee.

3.            K. M. Naik, “Demand response management in a smart grid”. Started in 2014.

4.            N. Singh, “Power system observability analysis for state estimation”. Started in 2014.

5.            J. G. Sreenath, “Dynamic state estimation”. Started in 2014.

6.            M Jha, “Estimation of rotor angle of synchronous generators using synchrophasors”, started in 2013.

7.            P. Porwal, “Intelligent monitoring of electric power systems”, started in 2013, Co-supervisor: Prof. N. Verma.

Completed

1.            R. P. Kundu, “Voltage stability monitoring and control”, completed in 2013. Job after completion: PowerGrid, India.

2.            V. M. Pandurang, “Hybrid state estimation”, completed in 2013. Job after completion: PowerGrid, India.

3.            S. Chitturi, “Real-time monitoring of power system oscillations”, completed in 2013. Co-supervisor: Prof. S. N. Singh. Job after completion: PowerGrid, India.

4.            S. Gangavarapu, “Synchrophasor based transmission line modeling and applications”, completed in 2012, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava. Job after completion: Ashok Leylands, Chennai, India.

5.            P. K. Reddy, “Optimal load-shedding strategy with voltage stability considerations”, completed in 2012, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava. Job after completion: Dar Group, Pune, India.

6.            K. Dongare, “Multi-area state estimation”, completed in 2012. Job after completion: Tata Motors, Pune, India.

7.            B. Amanulla, “Reconfiguration of Distribution Systems Considering Reliability and Power Loss”, completed in 2011, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. N. Singh. Job after completion: Ashok Leylands, Chennai, India.

8.            V. S. K. Reddy, “Estimation of Fault Location on Transmission Lines using Synchronous and Asynchronous Measurements”, completed in 2011, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava. Job after completion: Tata Motors, Pune, India.

9.            A. Kumar, “ANN based state estimation for power systems, including bad data processing by particle swarm optimization”, completed in 2011. Job after completion: Dar Group, Pune, India.

10.       N. K. Meena, “Multi-criteria PMU Placement for power system observability”, completed in 2011. Job after completion: Faculty position in Jagannath University, Jaipur, India.

11.       G. Gourav, “Bang-bang modulated FACTS stabilizing controllers based on online identification of critical modes”, completed in 2011, Co-supervisor: Prof. S. C. Srivastava.

 

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