Energy and Power Systems Research Centre


The Energy and Power Systems Research Centre, or EPSRC, focuses on a number of different aspects of efficient and sustainable energy and power systems. We specialise in green energy, smart grids, electric transportation, electric machines and power conversion. We also focus on renewable energy systems like solar power, wind power and biomass energy, micro grids like AC micro grid, DC micro grid, smart metering and intelligent controllers and power systems for electric vehicles like EV charging stations and dynamic wireless charging systems. The EPSRC is also working on static and rotating machines, including transformers, induction motors, brushless DC motors, switched reluctance motors and linear induction motors. We study other aspects like the double sided linear SRM, thermal and electromagnetic analysis on induction motors, health monitoring of EV, axial flux linear permanent magnetic machines, BLDC and synchronous motors in EV as well. We are also working on power converter topologies and intelligent control techniques.


  • Thermal Analysis of Three Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor for Computation of Minimum Temperature
  • Regression Analysis for Thermal Characterization of Three Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor (SCIM)
  • Electromagnetic Analysis of Three Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor
  • Thermal Neutron Scattering Data for Materials of Interest in Nuclear Reactors (BeO, Graphite and SiC)
  • Non-contact Type Flow Measurement

Proposed Research work 

  • Thermal Modelling of Electric Machines
  • Magneto Hydro Dynamics
  • Analysis Wake Effect in Wind Farm
  • Micro Grid Tied Inverters
  • Energy Harvesting
  • Energy Storage System
  • Energy Management System


To excel as an Innovative Energy Research Centre of both national and global reputation.

To perform original, innovative and applied research related to energy and power systems with a special focus on developing technologies for renewable and conventional energy sources, by maximising efficiency and reducing environmental impact.

  • To design, develop and test components and systems for harnessing renewable energy sources such as solar, wind and biomass.
  • To create and offer knowledge-based design support for efficient and clean operation of industrial power plants.
  • To innovate, improvise, design, simulate, develop, test and evaluate electric power systems for commercial applications.
  • To design, simulate, develop and evaluate power converters and drives for industrial and EV applications.
  • To develop strategies and technologies for controlling air pollution and reducing carbon footprints.
  • To transfer technologies developed for commercialisation and entrepreneurship.
  • To disseminate knowledge on principles and current practices of energy and power systems.
  • To design, simulate and develop efficient and clean energy systems.
  • To pursue joint initiatives for collaboration, and engage in partnerships with Universities, Research Centers and Industries to offer solutions to societal relevant problems.

  • HP Workstation
  • Basic Stock of Power Electronics Components
  • ORCAD Software
  • Simplorer Software
  • Digital Storage Oscilloscope for Machines Lab
  • Building of Prototype for Flow Measurement
  • ETAP Software
  • MIPOWER-Power System Analysis
  • Decentralised Power using Stirling Engine Test Rig
  • Decentralised Power using Organic Rankine Cycle Test Rig
Energy and Power Systems Research Centre (EPSRC)
#470-P, Peenya Industrial Area, 4th Phase, Bengaluru-560058
Phone: 080 25555555
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