Teaches: Electrical Circuits, Electronics, Digital Logic, Control Systems, Power Systems, Electric
Drives, Energy Management.
Research: Microgrid, Power Electronic Converters, Power Systems
Advises: Engineering Technology- Electrical and Control Systems
I always try to ensure that my guidance encourages my students towards self-direction, self-monitoring, and self-generation of ideas.
What area do you teach?
Microgrid, Power Electronic Converters, Power Systems
Ph.D. – Missouri S&T, Rolla, 2015
MS – Purdue University, Hammond, 2010
BS – Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh, 2006
Your philosophy of teaching:
As a teacher, my goal is to help students develop a fundamental approach to solve problems that are encountered in the physical world. Instead of focusing on the solution to a particular problem I encourage them to focus on the problem-solving methodology. This approach makes them think independently. I always try to ensure that my guidance encourages my students towards self-direction, self-monitoring, and self-generation of ideas.
Why did you decide to teach?
When I was a student, practical applications of theorems/equations had always fascinated me. It peaked my interest more, when I found topics that were closely related to the real world. I have received similar feedback from the students while teaching a course.
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Organization with which you are involved
Most Recent/Notable Published Work
An Accurate Small-Signal Model of Inverter- Dominated Islanded Microgrids Using Reference
Frame - IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics, 2014
Voltage Mode Control of Single-Phase Boost Inverter in dq Reference Frame - IECON2018
Best advice for students
The best way to learn is to do small projects and write reports on the outcomes.