The Power Electronics and Power systems at post graduate level is a combination of Power Electronics, Power systems and Drives that conducts research and education in a broad range of activities.
An important aspect of the programme is the integration of power electronics with the study of power systems to the development of the country’s electric power infrastructure.
The Power Electronics and Power Systems area conducts research in the fields of electrical power systems, power electronics systems, Power Management Microsystems and Power Semiconductor Devices, including expertise in very high voltage and current, novel magnetic design and power systems.
The aim of the programme is to make significant contributions to the understanding and development of power electronics, machines and derived systems & to get acquainted with newer application requirements in Power sector with higher level of learning
POWER ELECTRONICS AND POWER SYSTEMS (PEPS):
Electric Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Power Electronics, Power Quality, Power Economic, FACTS, Renewable Energy, Electric Traction, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Electrical Engineering Materials, High Voltage Insulation Technologies, High Voltage Apparatuses, Lightning Detection and Protection, Power System Analysis, SCADA, Electrical Measurements power electronic systems, novel electrical machines, and drives.
- Teaching field
- Power sector
|1||Mr. Rajendra Bhombe||HOD / Asst. Professor||BE, M.Tech|
|2||Mr. Pradeep Barde||Asst. Professor||BE, M.Tech|
|3||Ms. Sneha Jethani||Asst. Professor||BE, M. Tech|
|4||Ms. Kirti Joshi||Asst. Professor||BE, M.Tech|
|5||Mr. Hitesh Murkute||Asst. Professor||BE, M.Tech|