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     Arghya Mitra

Ph.D. fromIndian Institute of Technology Kharagpur - Electrical Engineering
Supervisor(s)  Dr. Dheeman Chatterjee
Ph.D. status  Joined in 2010 :: In progress
AddressA-215, JCB Hall of Residence
Phone8013360680
Emailmitrarghya@gmail.com
Formal Education
Exam / Degree Board / UnivBranchYear
M.Tech.University of calcuttaElectrical Engineering2008
BEJadavpur UniversityPower Plant Engineering2002
12WBCHSEPure Science, Addl-Bio1997
10WBBSEBeng, Eng, Addl-Phy1995

Research Areas
  • Power System Stability and Dynamics

Skills
  • MATLAB, PSCAD, PSSE

Experience
  • One year and five months as Sr. Lecturer in Dept. of EE, BPPIMT, Kolkata
  • Six years as Lecturer in Dept. of EE, BPPIMT, Kolkata

Teaching Experience
  • Electrical Technology(T) at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2010-2012 (3 terms)
  • Power System(P) at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2010-2011 (3 terms)
  • Electrical Technology(P) at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2010-2012 (2 terms)
  • Measurement and Electronic Instruments(P) at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2011-2012 (2 terms)
  • Signals and Networks(P) at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2011-2013 (3 terms)
  • Power Apparatus and System Design(P) at Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur 2013 (1 terms)

Papers Published in Journals
  • Active Power Control of DFIG-Based Wind Farm for Improvement of Transient Stability of Power Systems by Arghya Mitra and Dheeman Chatterjee IEEE Transactions on Power Systems Available in Early Access (2015)
  • A sensitivity based approach to assess the impacts of integration of variable speed wind farms on the transient stability of power systems by Arghya Mitra and Dheeman Chatterjee Renewable Energy (Elsevier) Volume 60, pp. 662-671 (2013)

Papers Presented at Conferences
  • Stability Enhancement of Wind Farm Connected Power System Using Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Unit by Arghya Mitra and Dheeman Chatterjee Eighteenth National Power System Conference, NPSC 2014 Proceedings (2014)
  • A New Sensitivity Based Approach to Study Impacts of Wind Power Penetration on Transient Stability by Arghya Mitra and Dheeman Chatterjee International Conference on Power Electronics, Drives and Energy Systems Proceedings (2012)
  • Effect of Doubly-fed Induction Generator Based Wind Farms on the Small-signal Stability of Multi-machine Power Systems by J. Chaudhary, A. Mitra and D. Chatterjee International Conference on Power and Energy Systems (ICPS) Proceedings (2011)

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