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Dr. Neethu Michael | Power Systems | Best Researcher Award

PHD at Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani.

πŸŒ¦οΈπŸ“šΒ  Dr. Neethu Elizabeth Michael is a dynamic Electrical Engineer holding a Ph.D. from Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani. With 4.5 years of industry experience and a prolific research background, she excels in power system modeling and deep learning algorithms. Driven by a growth-oriented mindset, she contributed to 7 peer-reviewed journals and 2 conference papers. As an Adjunct Faculty at Amity University, Dubai, she imparts her knowledge in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, emphasizing teaching innovation. Her diverse experience includes project management, estimation, and execution in the UAE, showcasing her versatility and leadership in the field.  🌍

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πŸ‘¨β€πŸŽ“ Education:

πŸ’ΌPh.D. in Electrical Engineering, Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani. M.Tech in Power Systems, Government Engineering College, Thrissur. B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mahatma Gandhi University College of Engineering.Β πŸŒπŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬

πŸ“š Certifications and Achievements:

Certified in Time Series Analysis and Forecasting with Python. Recognized as a Junior Solar PV Expert by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA). Grace Hopper Celebration 2021 Scholar and Qualified Electrical Engineer for Dubai Municipality.

πŸ” Professional Highlights:

Expertise in MATLAB/Simulink and PSS/E for Model-based development of Energy Storage Systems (ESS). Specialization in grid forming and grid following inverters, coupled with experience in Deep Learning algorithms for electrical parameter forecasting. Currently serving as an Adjunct Faculty at Amity University, Dubai, engaging in teaching, curriculum revision, and collaborative research.

Research Contributions:

As a Ph.D. Scholar, Dr. Michael delved into optimizing Renewable Energy Sources in Microgrid Systems, utilizing deep learning architectures for electricity parameter forecasting.

Published in Q1/Q2 Journals, she designed Energy Management Systems for frequency regulation, promoting high renewable energy penetration.

Research Focus:

Neethu Michael, through her impactful contributions to genomics and neuroscience, has significantly advanced our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and visual processing in avian species. Her integrative genomics approach unveiled conserved transcriptomic networks in Alzheimer’s, offering potential therapeutic insights. Additionally, her work on visual field representations and retinotopic features in zebra finches has elucidated the intricacies of visual processing in avian brains. Pioneering the use of flavoprotein autofluorescence imaging, Neethu’s research provides valuable insights into the functional architecture of the zebra finch visual system. Her multidisciplinary expertise bridges genomics and neuroscience, contributing to both medical and biological sciences.

Peer Reviewer & Academic Engagements:

Dr. Neethu Elizabeth Michael, citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar are as follows:

Citations: 116 (All), 97 (Since 2019)
h-index: 5 (All), 4 (Since 2019)
i10-index: 5 (All), 4 (Since 2019)


Publications (TOP NOTES)


Effects of dabigatran in mouse models of aging and cerebral amyloid angiopathy, publication date: 2019.


Multiple Visual Field Representations in the Visual Wulst of a Laterally Eyed Bird, the Zebra Finch, publication date: 2016.


Features of the Retinotopic Representation in the Visual Wulst of a Laterally Eyed Bird, the Zebra, publication date: 2015.


Flavoprotein autofluorescence imaging of visual system activity in zebra finches and mice, publication date: 2014.


maging the Functional Architecture of the Zebra Finch Visual Wulst: $ hsubmitted by Neethu Michael; 1st Reviewer, Advisor, Member of the Commitee Prof. Dr. Siegrid LΓΆwel; 2nd, publication date: 2015.

Neethu Michael | Power Systems | Best Researcher Award

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