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State University Assistant

Cleveland, Ohio, United States
January 21, 2018

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**** ***** ** **** ********* OH 44114 Ph:216-***-**** SUMMARY

• 2-year experience as Research Assistant worked on hardware design of three-phase PWM boost rectifier in Power Electronics Laboratory at Cleveland State University.

• 1-year experience as Teaching Assistant for Power Engineering courses at Cleveland State University.

• I have good knowledge in Fundamental Concept of Electrical Engineering and demonstrated expertise in laboratory testing and experience with test equipments which includes oscilloscope, data Acquisition equipment, spectrum analyzer.


Master of Science in Electrical Engineering December 2017 Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio GPA: 3.61/4 Relevant courses: Power Electronics II, Power System Analysis and Design, Power System Operation and Control, Power Electronics and Machines Lab, Master’s Thesis. Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical and Electronics April 2013 Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India GPA: 7.91/10 MASTER’S THESIS AND PUBLICATION

• Experimental verification of a generalized control method for constant switching frequency three phase PWM boost rectifier under extremely unbalanced operating conditions implemented using F28377s Microcontroller Launchpad from Texas Instruments. CERTIFIED COURSES

• PLC Programming from scratch (PLC I)

• Practical PLC Programming (PLC II)

• Process Visualization with HMI / SCADA (PLC III)

• Advanced programming paradigms (PLC IV)

• 3D Modelling Piped Systems in AutoCAD

• Design PCB using Eagle CAD Soft step by step.


• Engineering Tools: SCADA, CAD soft Eagle, PCB Design, MATLAB/Simulink, Analog and Digital Signal Processing, LTSpice, PSpice, Half Bridge, Full Bridge, Fly-back, Forward, Cuk, Buck, Boost and Buck-Boost Converters, Gate Driver Design, Voltage and Current Sensor, Protection circuitry, Noise reduction Techniques, Oscilloscope, Data Acquisition, IGBTs, MOSFET, dSpace/Control Desk Next Generation ds1104, PLC Programming, PowerWorld Simulator, Arduino 1.6.7, Python, Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical.

• Basics: C, C++, SQL, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Excel), Adobe Premiere, Adobe Photoshop.


• Graduate Research Assistant at Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH from December 2015 to December 2017.

o Completed hardware design of three-phase PWM boost rectifier to work at extremely unbalanced operating conditions with constant switching frequency. o Programmed Raspberry Pi 3 using MATLAB/Simulink. o Programming Arduino using Arduino.

o Programming F28377s launchpad from Texas Instruments using MATLAB/Simulink for the implementing the generalized control method of three phase PWM boost type rectifiers to work at extremely unbalanced operating conditions with constant switching frequency. o Worked on dSpace/ Control Desk Next Generation based generalized control method for nearby constant switching frequency of three phase boost rectifier under extremely unbalanced conditions.

• Teaching Assistant for Power Systems Operations, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH from August 2016 to December 2016.

• Teaching Assistant for Power Electronics and Machines Lab II, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH from December 2015 to May 2016.

o Testing laboratory equipment and performing experiments. o Guiding student to perform the Lab experiments with safety and precautions. o Performed DSP based motor control and parameter determination of induction machine.

• Learning Assistant at Math Emporium, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH from August 2015 to December 2017.

o Helping students in solving math problems on basic Calculus, Probability, Statistics, Integration and Differentiation.


• Three-phase PWM inverter using MATLAB/Simulink.

• System Planning for Generator Retirement.

• Circuit Breaker selection (Using PowerWorld simulator).

• Determination of induction motor parameters for sinusoidal and six-step inverter input.

• Verification of induction motor parameter by using 5th and 7th harmonic model.

• DSP based induction machine parameter determination.

• DSP based Torque-Speed characteristics and Speed control of three-phase induction motor.

• DSP based real-time implementation of a switch mode DC converter using dSpace. REFERENCES

• Dr. Ana.V. Stankovic, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Cleveland State University, Email:

• Abhishek Upadhyay, Hardware Engineer, CISCO Systems, Email:

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