About the Lab
The Pal Lab, led by Dr. Anamitra Pal, is in the School of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) located in Tempe, Arizona. The lab performs fundamental and applied research in the power and energy domain.
Active research areas include:
- Data Analytics using Time-Synchronized Measurements
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications in Power Systems
- Energy Modeling and Smart Grids
- Critical Infrastructure Resilience
I am looking for motivated Ph.D. students in the areas of power systems, optimization, controls, and machine learning.
ASU is the lead university of the Power Systems Engineering Research Center (PSERC), which includes 12 universities and 26 industry members. U.S. News & World Report has named ASU the most innovative university in the nation for six years in a row. If you are interested in joining ASU and working with me, please send your detailed CV to me at Anamitra.Pal@asu.edu or view our “Contact” page on our website.
- 02/07/2023: Dhaval and Bilal’s Paper Accepted for publication in Special Issue Optimization and Energy Management in Smart Grids, Energies, MDPI
- 11/15/2022: Anamitra Pal gave a talk at the Power Seminar Series of Iowa State University (ISU) on “Time-synchronized State and Topology Estimation in Distribution Grids using Machine Learning”.
- 08/31/2022: Anamitra Pal gave a presentation titled “Machine Learning Based State Estimation for Transmission and Distribution Grids” with Evangelos Farantatos of EPRI at the NASPI Webinar Series.
- 08/28/2022: Antos’s Paper accepted for Publication in IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
- 07/12/2022: Behrouz Awarded Joseph Barkson Fellowship from Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering for the Academic 2022-2023 Year. This is his second time being awarded with the fellowship.
- 06/16/2022: Fox 10 News spoke to Anamitra Pal on the risk of rolling blackouts in Arizona this summer, watch the interview here.
- 06/10/2022: ASU News spoke to Anamitra Pal [LINK] on the impact of current events and climate change on rolling blackouts.
- 03/26/2022: Behrouz’s Paper Accepted for Publication in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurements
- 03/14/2022: Pal‘s Research on Sensor-enabled Wildfire Awareness and Risk Management (WARM) Highlighted in Full Circle
- 02/08/2022: Dhaval‘s Paper Accepted for Publication in IEEE PESGM 2022
- 01/26/2022: National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Grant [Link] Awarded to Anamitra Pal. The title of his proposal was: CAREER: Time-Synchronized Estimation in Power Systems: Unique Challenges and Innovative Solutions
- 12/09/2021: Graduated Students Transitioning to Industry
- Fakhri Saadedeen defended his Master’s in Fall 2021. Now transitioning to the power industry and with the goal of aiding the generation of clean energy in the future, he now works as a full-time engineer at Palo Verde Generating Station.
- Jairo Ramírez Torres graduated from Barrett, the Honors College with his Bachelor’s degree. He is excited to apply for a Master’s program to pursue a Master’s in Economics.
- 11/18/2021: Fakhri‘s Paper Awarded Third Best at the 53rd North American Power Symposium 2021
- 10/19/2021: Jairo Awarded IEEE PES – Scholar for the 2021-2022 School Year
- 10/10/2021: Behrouz Awarded Joseph Barkson Fellowship from Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering for the Academic 2021-2022 Year
- 10/06/2021: Fakhri‘s Paper Accepted for Publication in the North American Power Symposium 2021
- 08/12/2021: National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Grant [Link] Awarded to Pal Research Lab for Sensor-enabled Wildfire Awareness and Risk Management