Ankush Sharma
Ph.D. Electrical Engineering Department
PhD (II Year II Semester)

Student at IITR


• Attended Five-Day AICTE Online Elementary FDP on "Next-Generation Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Smart IoT Applications (NxGA-AIM 2021)" from 18/10/2021 to 22/10/2021.
• Attended Five-Day AICTE Online Elementary FDP on "Applications of IoT in Smart Grid Systems" from 04/10/2021 to 08/10/2021.
• Attended Five-Day AICTE Online Elementary FDP on "Introduction to Electric Vehicles; Challenges and Opportunities in Future" from 20/09/2021 to 24/09/2021.
• Attended Five-Day AICTE Online Elementary FDP on "Cyber Physical Security for Critical Infrastructure: Smart Grid" from 02/08/2021 to 06/08/2021.
• Attended Five-Day Online INDO-US National SPARC workshop on “Power Conversion Technologies for Renewable Energy and Micro-Grid Applications” from 02/03/2021 to 06/03/2021.

Previous Education

Electrical Engineering - Doctorate (PhD) in Power System
Indian Institute of Technology, 2023
CGPA: 9.250
Electrical Engineering - Postgraduate (PG) in Power System
National Institute of Technology, 2020
CGPA: 8.470
Electrical Engineering - Graduate (UG) in Electrical Engineering
Dehradun Institute of Technology, 2015
Percentage: 79.94%
Senior Secondary School Examination - Intermediate (Class XII) in Science
St. Mary’s Senior Secondary school, 2011
Percentage: 75.20%
Secondary School Examination - Matriculate (Class X) in Science
St. Mary’s Senior Secondary school, 2009
Percentage: 81.20%

Work Experiences

Assistant Professor at Gurukul Kangri Viswavidyalaya
Oct 2020 to Jan 2023

As an Assistant Professor in Electrical Engineering specializing in generator protection and machine learning, I possess a wealth of experience instructing fundamental courses such as Power Systems, Electrical Machines, Electromagnetic Field Theory, and Basic Electrical Engineering. Moreover, I have had the privilege of assuming leadership roles in multiple academic committees, notably as a Board of Studies (BOS) member and as the discipline convener within the college. These engagements have not only enabled me to make substantial contributions to the academic community but also facilitated the continuous refinement of my expertise in the field.


Optimal Location of UPQC in Fourteen Bus Distribution Network for Power Quality Improvement by Ankush Sharma, Ashwani Kumar

Published by IEEE in 2020

Pages: 105-110
Journal: Conference


Dr. Bhavesh R. Bhalja

Professor, Indian Institute of Technology

Last Published on: 27 March 2024, 13:35:51