Dr. Mukesh Singh
Associate Professor


Associate Professor


Smart Grid, Vehicle to Grid, Renewable Energy Sources, Distributed Generation.



Dr. Mukesh Singh is currently Associate Professor in the Electrical and Instrumentation Engineering Department, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala. Dr. Singh obtained his Ph.D. from IIT Guwahati in 2013. Dr. Singh has about 7years of teaching and 2 year of industrial experience.His current area of research interest includesSmart Grid, Vehicle to Grid, Renewable Energy Sources and Distributed Generation. At present he is handling project worth Rs. 2 crore sanctioned by DST and CSIR.

Broad Research Area

Smart Grid

Phone/Mobile Number

9970633998, 9814945693

Email ID


11. Education

Degree University/Institution Year Specialisation


BIT Sindhri


Electrical Engineering


Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli


Electrical Engineering


IIT Guwahati


Smart Grid




12.  Academic experience

University/College Designation Period

Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology

Assistant Professor

October, 2014 to till date

PES College of Engineering, Maharashtra

Associate Professor

March 2014-October, 2014

Sri Sant Gadge Baba College of Engineering, Bhusawal

Associate  Professor

December, 2012 to March 2014

Orchid College of Engineering,


Assistant Professor

June, 2008 to July 2009

13.  Industrial Experience: 2years

14.  Current membership in professional organizations: 

a.       Member of IEEE, ISTE

15.  Honors and awards     

a.       Awarded best teacher.

b.      Speaker and guest speaker in almost 10 workshops in India.

c.       Attended 08 workshops in IIT Kanpur, IIT Delhi and IIT Guwahati and IIT Gandhinagar.

d.      Attended First International IEEE Workshop on Smart Grid at Mysore, Karnataka.

e.       Speaker at IIT Delhi for IEEE student’s chapter.

16.  List of Publications

a.       Mukesh Singh, Praveen Kumar, and Indrani Kar,  “Implementation of vehicle  to   grid infrastructure using fuzzy logic controller,” IEEE Transactions on Smart  Grid, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 565–577, March 2012.(Impact Factor= 3.19)

b.      Mukesh Singh, Praveen Kumar and Indrani Kar, “A Multi Charging Station for Electric Vehicles and its Utilization for Load Management and the Grid Support,” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, Vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 1026-1037, June 2013. (Impact Factor= 3.19)

c.       Kannan T, Ezhil Reena, Mukesh Singh and Praveen Kumar, “Modeling and Control of Contactless based Smart Charging Station in V2G Scenario,” IEEE Transaction on Smart Grid, Vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 337 – 348, Jan 2014. (Impact Factor= 3.19)

d.      Rajib Das, Kannan T, Mukesh Singh and Praveen Kumar, “Mathematical Modeling For Economic Evaluation of Electric Vehicles to Smart Grid Interaction,” IEEE Transaction on Smart Grid, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 712 – 721, March 2014. (Impact Factor= 3.19)

e.       Kannan T, Ezhil Reena, Mukesh Singh and Praveen Kumar, “Mathematical Modeling of Li-Ion Battery using Genetic Algorithm Approach for V2G Applications,” IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion, vol. 29,no. 2, pp. 332 – 343, June 2014.(Impact Factor= 2.596)

f.        Aishwarya Agarwal, Mahesh Kumar, Dharmendra Prajapati, Mukesh Singh, and Praveen Kumar, “Smart Public Transit System Using Energy Storage Systems and its Coordination with Distribution Grid,” IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 1622-1632, August 2014. (Impact Factor= 1.547)

g.      Mukesh Singh, Praveen Kumar and Indrani Kar, “Real Time Coordination of Electric Vehicles to Support the Grid at the Distribution Substation Level,” IEEE System Journal, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 1000-1010, 2015.(Impact Factor= 2.114)

h.      Kuljeet Kaur, Amit Dua, Anish Jindal, Neeraj Kumar, Mukesh Singh, and Alexy Vinel, “A Novel Resource Reservation Scheme for Mobile PHEVs in V2G Environment using Game Theoretical Approach,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 64, no. 12, pp. 5653-5666, 2015. (Impact Factor=2.243)

i.        Kuljeet Kaur, Rubi Rana,  Neeraj Kumar,  Mukesh Singh, and Sukumar Misra,  “A Petri-Net Based Frequency Support Scheme Using Integrated Fleet of Electric Vehicles in Smart Grid Environment,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 4638-4649, Nov. 2016. (Impact Factor= 3.342)

j.        Anish Jindal, Amit Dua, Kuljeet Kaur, Mukesh Singh, Neeraj Kumar, and Sukumar  Mishra, “Decision Tree and SVM-based Data Analytics for Theft Detection in Smart Grid,” IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 1005-1016, June 2016. (Impact Factor= 4.703)

k.      Shakti Singh, Mukesh Singh, and Subhash Chandra Kaushik, “Optimal power scheduling of renewable energy systems in micro grids using distributed energy storage system,” IET Renewable Power Generation, vol. 10, no. 9, pp. 1328-1339, Oct. 2016. (Impact Factor= 1.904)

l.        Shakti Singh, Mukesh Singh, and Subhash Chandra Kaushik, “A Review on Optimization Techniques for Sizing of Solar-Wind Hybrid Energy Systems,” International Journal of Green Energy, vol. 13, no. 15, pp. 1564-1578, July 2016. (Impact Factor= 1.601)

m.    Shakti Singh, Mukesh Singh, and Subhash Chandra Kaushik, “Feasibility study of an islanded microgrid in rural area consisting of PV, wind, biomass and battery energy storage system,” Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 128, pp. 178-190, 2016.

(Impact Factor= 4.801)

n.      Neeraj Kumar, Mukesh Singh, Sherali Zeadally, Joel J.P.C. Rodrigues, Seungmin Rho, “Cloud-assisted Context-aware Vehicular Cyber-Physical System for PHEVs in Smart Grid,” IEEE System Journal, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 140-151, March 2017. (Impact Factor=


o.      Rubi Rana, Mukesh Singh and S. Mishra “Design of Modified Droop Controller for

Frequency Support in Microgrid using Fleet of Electric Vehicles” IEEE Transactions on

Power Systems, 2017, DOI: 10.1109/TPWRS.2017.2651906. ((Impact Factor= 3.342) 17.Briefly list the most recent professional development activities

S. No. Title Duration Sponsoring Agency Amount


Feasibility Analysis of Photo- Voltaic  system in Patiala

Distribution Network in Smart  Grid


2015 – 2017

Thapar Institute, Patiala 5 Lakhs


Electric Vehicle charging station as a voltage and frequency regulator, within the real time capability of the




Department of Science & 169 Lakhs


EVs available, in presence of intermittent renewable energy sources


Technology, New Delhi



Energy Management of the Smart

Home using Cloud Infrastructure - A

Utility Perspective



Council of Scientific & Industrial Research 25 Lakhs