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Bhaskar Mitra, Ph.D.

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Biography:
Dr. Bhaskar Mitra is a postdoctoral research associate at Idaho National Laboratory involved in smart vehicle grid integration and high-performance computing-based dynamically adaptive protection in electric grids. He earned his master’s and doctorate in electrical engineering at University of North Carolina at Charlotte and his bachelor’s, also in electrical engineering, at West Bengal University of Technology. Before coming to INL in 2020 he was a Ph.D. intern in data analytics at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and a participant in the highly competitive National Security Internship Program.

Publications:

​Bhaskar Mitra, Badrul Chowdhury and Andrew Willis,” Protection Coordination for Assembly HVdc Breakers for HVdc Multi-Terminal Grids using Wavelet Transform,” IEEE Systems Journal, 2019.

 

Bhaskar Mitra, Badrul Chowdhury and Madhav Manjrekar, "HVdc Transmission for Access to Off-shore Renewable Energy: A Review of Technology and Fault Detection Techniques," IET Renewable Power Generation, 2018.

 

Y. Liu, Y. Zhang, Q. Huang,S.Kundu,Y. Tang,D. James,P. Etingov, B. Mitra, D. Chassin, "Impact of Building-Level Motor Protection on Power System Transient Behaviors," IEEE PES GM, 2018.

 

Bhaskar Mitra and B Chowdhury, “Comparative Analysis of Hybrid dc Breaker and Assembly HVdc Breaker,” North American Power Symposium 2017, Morgantown, WV, 2017.

 

Bhaskar Mitra, B Chowdhury, M Manjrekar, “Fault Analysis and Hybrid Protection Scheme for Multi-terminal HVdc using Wavelet Transform,” North American Power Symposium 2016, Denver, CO, 2016.

 

HMM Maruf, Bhaskar Mitra, PK Sahu, M Manjrekar, BH Chowdhury, “Hybrid High Voltage ac/dc System Protection and Controls for Interfacing Off-shore Power Generations with On-shore Grid,” IEEE Southeast Con 2016, Norfolk, VA, 2016.

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