I started at WPI as an Assistant Teaching Professor in Electrical & Computer Engineering from August 2019. I graduated with a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, under my advisor Dr. Stephen Bayne in 2015. I worked as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate in National Wind Institute at Texas Tech University, Lubbock under my advisor Dr. Stephen Bayne during 2016 and later as an Instructor for both undergraduate and graduate students at TTU until December 2017. During 2018-2019, I worked as an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering at Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology, East Elmhurst, NY.
I achieved Engineering in Training (EIT) certification from Texas Board of Professional Engineers in October 2014. My Research interests are Power Systems, Renewable Energy, Microgrids, Energy Storage, Sustainable Energy, Resiliency. My PhD Dissertation Title: “Energy Management in Microgrids” which involves the Energy Flow Optimization with regards to Economic Dispatch, Reliability and Availability in both Grid-Connected and Islanded Modes. During my Post Doc, I performed research in developing the Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell model and power Controller using the PSCAD/EMTDC. I am a Peer reviewer for several conferences and journal in energy and power systems. I actively participate in SWE and IEEE activities for both undergraduate and graduate engineering students.