My research interest is broadly in the domain of power electronics and electric drives. Major area is design (topology) and control of power electronic converters for electric drives. Further, I have keen interest in power electronic converters for solar converters, electric machine design, and high-frequency converters using wide band-gap devices.
Saikat Ghosh received the Bachelor of Engineering from Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur, India in 2011, and the Master of Engineering in 2013 from the Indian Institute of Science, India. During a two-year career as a manager, at Engineering Research Centre of Tata Motors Limited, he has worked on development of two different electric vehicle platforms for a government program. He was responsible for the whole electric system including control software, and hardware development for the vehicle program. Concept demonstration vehicle was built successfully, which was displayed in various national Auto-expo. He joined the University of Cambridge, Engineering Department in 2015. He is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree under supervision of Dr. Tim Flack and Dr. Teng Long.
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