Pranshu UpadhayayEmail: email@example.com
Pranshu Upadhayay is a Doctoral Researcher with Valeo, a multinational automotive supplier, and is also associated with Institut polytechnique de Grenoble as a PhD researcher. The main objective of his work in MSCA-ETN Project DEMETER is to design-for-Re-use of new permanent magnet motors and generators destined for the future Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs). While being designed with reusable magnets, the machines must also meet the stringent performance and cost requirements of EVs/HEVs. He brings with him a prolific experience of more than 7.5 years in research & development domain pertaining to design and development of rotating electrical machines.
- Crompton Greaves Ltd. May 2008 – December 2015
Research & Development, Mumbai, India Deputy Manager - Technology
Area of Work – Rotating electrical machines like permanent magnet brushless DC and synchronous machines, axial flux machines, permanent magnet generator, induction motor, reluctance machines.
Proficiencies - Articulating specifications from applications, analytical design, finite element analysis, prototyping & fabrication, testing, technology transfer documentation and augment business units.
- Schneider Electric India Pvt. Ltd. August 2007 - May 2008
Regional Office, Mumbai, India Graduate Engineer Trainee
Area of Work – Electrical switchgear products for the market ranging from hotels, hospitals, malls, multiplexes, commercial & business complexes, marine and IT parks.
Proficiencies – Provide pre-sales solutions to the consultants with the technical specifications of the products.
Pranshu was conferred Master of Science (Research) in Electrical Engineering by the Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T.) Delhi, New Delhi, India, in 2015, and Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering by the Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Gujarat, India, in 2007.
Publications & Patent
He has six IEEE publications in various international conferences and one patent filed in India in 2014.