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== Biography  ==
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|Awards=IEEE Power Electronics Society's William W. Newell Award; [[IEEE Lamme Medal]]; IEEE-Industrial Electronics Society Eugene Mittelmann Award for life-time achievement in Power Electronics; IEEE Region 3 Outstanding Engineer Award; IEEE-Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award
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Dr. Bimal K. Bose ([[IEEE Fellow Grade History|Life Fellow, IEEE]]) is professor emeritus at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he held the endowed Condra Chair of Excellence in Power Electronics from 1987 to 2003. There he was responsible for organizing teaching and research in [[Power electronics|power electronics]] and motor drives. Concurrently, he held the positions of Distinguished Scientist (1989-2000) and Chief Scientist (1987-89) of the EPRI-Power Electronics Applications Center in Knoxville.
  
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Prior to this, Bose was a research engineer in [[General Electric (GE)|General Electric's]] Corporate Research and Development laboratories in Schenectady, New York (1976-87); Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (1971-1976), and faculty member of Bengal Engineering College (now Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology [IIEST] (1960-71).
  
Dr. Bimal K. Bose ([[IEEE Fellow Grade History|Life fellow, IEEE]]) has held the Condra Chair of Excellence (Endowed Chair) in Power Electronics in the University of Tennessee, Knoxville since 1987, where he was responsible for teaching and research in power electronics and motor drives. Concurrently, he held the positions of Distinguished Scientist (1989-2000) and Chief Scientist (1987-89) of EPRI-Power Electronics Applications Center in Knoxville.  
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Dr. Bose is recognized as a world-renowned authority and pioneer for his extensive research contributions in power electronics and motor drives that include power converters, PWM techniques, microcomputer/DSP control, electric/hybrid vehicle drives, renewable energy systems, and artificial intelligence (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural network) applications in power electronics and motor drives. He has been a power electronics consultant in a large number of industries. He is an Honorary Professor of Shanghai University (1991), China University of Mining and Technology (1996), Xi'an Mining Institute, where he is also Honorary Director of the Electrical Engineering Institute (1998); Guest Professor at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (2002); and Senior Adviser to the Beijing Power Electronics Research and Development Center (1990). He was also Visiting Professor in Aalborg University, Denmark (1997); University of Padova, Italy (2003); China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing (2005); Federal University of Mato Grosso Sul, Brazil (2006); University of Seville, Spain (2009); the European PhD School on Power Electronics, Italy (2010); and National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan (2012).  
  
Prior to this, Bose was a research engineer in [[General Electric (GE)|General Electric's]] Corporate Research and Development, Schenectady, NY for 11 years (1976-87), Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY for 5 years (1971-1976), and faculty member of Bengal Engineering College (now Bengal Engineering and Science University) for 11 years (1960-71).  
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He has authored more than 250 technical papers and holds 21 U.S. patents. He has written or edited seven books in power electronics: ''Advances and Trends in Power Electronics and Motor Drives'' (2006), ''Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives'' (2001), ''Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives'' (1997), ''Modern Power Electronics'' (1992), ''Microcomputer Control of Power Electronics and Drives'' (1987), ''Power Electronics and AC Drives'' (1986), and ''Adjustable Speed AC Drive Systems'' (1981). He was the guest editor of the ''Proceedings of the IEEE'''s “Special Issue on Power Electronics and Motion Control” (August 1994).
  
Dr. Bose has made extensive research contributions in power electronics and motor drives that include power converters, PWM techniques, microcomputer/DSP control, electric/hybrid vehicle drives, renewable energy systems, and artificial intelligence (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural network) applications in power electronics and motor drives. He has been a power electronics consultant in a large number of industries. He is Honorary Professor of Shanghai University (1991), China University of Mining and Technology (1996), Xian Mining University (1998), Huazhong Univ. of Science and Technology (2002), and Honorary Adviser of Beijing Power Electronics R&amp;D Center (1990).<br>He has authored more than 180 technical papers, and holds 21 U.S. Patents. He has authored/edited six books in power electronics: Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives (Prentice-Hall, 2002), Power Electronics and AC Drives (Prentice-Hall, 1986), Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives (John Wiley/IEEE Press, 1997), Modern Power Electronics (IEEE Press, 1992), Microcomputer Control of Power Electronics and Drives (IEEE Press, 1997), and Adjustable Speed AC Drive Systems (IEEE Press, 1981). Another book Advances and Trends in Power Electronics and Motor Drives (Elsevier) is under publication. He was the Guest Editor of the Proceedings of the IEEE “Special Issue on Power Electronics and Motion Control” (August 1994).  
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He was a member of the editorial board of the ''Proceedings of the IEEE'' from 1995 to 2006. He has served as Distinguished Lecturer of both the [[IEEE Industry Applications Society History|Industry Applications (IA)]] and [[IEEE Industrial Electronics Society History|Industrial Electronics (IE)]] Societies of the IEEE, and has served the IEEE in many other positions. He has given invited presentations, keynote addresses, and advanced tutorials extensively throughout the world.  
  
He has been a member of the Editorial Board of the Proceedings of the IEEE since 1995. He has served as Distinguished Lecturer of both IA and IE Societies of the IEEE, and served the IEEE in many positions. He has given invited presentations, keynote addresses and advanced tutorials extensively throughout the world.
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Dr. Bose is a recipient of a number of awards and honors. In 2014, the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society introduced the annual Dr. Bimal Bose Energy Systems Award, funded by the IEEE Foundation and IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, to&nbsp;a young researcher making outstanding contributions to the field of Industrial Electronics as applied to Power Electronics and Energy Systems. In 2013, President Pranab Mukherjee of India conferred upon him Bengal Engineering and Science University's Doctor of Science degree ''Honoris Causa''. Earlier awards include IIEST's Distinguished Alumnus Award (2006); the IEEE Power Electronics Society's William W. Newell Award (2005); IEEE Millennium Medal (2000), IEEE Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education (1997), [[IEEE Lamme Medal]] (1996), IEEE-Industrial Electronics Society Eugene Mittelmann Award for lifetime achievement in the area of Motor Drives (1994), IEEE Region 3 Outstanding Engineer Award (1994), IEEE Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award (1993), IEEE Life Fellow (1996), Calcutta University's Mouat Gold Medal (1970) and Premchand Roychand  Scholarship (1968), General Electric Company's Silver Patent Medal (1986), and General Electric's Publication Award (1985.)
  
Dr. Bose is a recipient of a number of Awards/Honors that include IEEE Millennium Medal (2000), IEEE Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education (1997), [[IEEE Lamme Medal]] (1996), IEEE-Industrial Electronics Society Eugene Mittelmann Award (for life-time achievement in Power Electronics) (1994), IEEE Region 3 Outstanding Engineer Award (1994), IEEE-Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award (1993), IEEE Life Fellow (1996), Calcutta University Mouat Gold Medal (1970), GE Silver Patent Medal (1986), and GE Publication Award (1985.)
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In philanthropic activities, Dr. Bose has funded the Bimal Bose Award for the Institute of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineers (IETE) in India since 1986. Given annually for an original, outstanding contribution in the field of power electronics, the award consists of  30,000 rupees, a citation, and a travel subsidy of 5,000 rupees. The recipient is also invited to deliver a paper at one of IETE's centers. He also donated a seminar hall, open stage, and 47 annual student and many other scholarships to his village high school, Bhita Mahendra Public Institution, Burdwan, West Bengal, India. He established the annual Bimal Bose Distinguished Lecture Award in IIEST, India, in 2010. He is also a regular donor to GRABUU (Gram Bangla Unnayan Udyog), West Bengal, India which has the mission “to Fight Hunger and Poverty and to Empower Change” among the villagers.
  
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== Further Reading  ==
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Bimal K. Bose, [http://www.ieeeghn.org/wiki/index.php/First-Hand:My_Life_in_Power_Electronics My Life in Power Electronics]
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[http://www.ieee-ies.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=315:bose-energy-award&catid=2:awards-offered-by-ies&Itemid=4 IEEE Bimal Bose Award for Industrial Electronics Applications in Energy Systems].
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Latest revision as of 16:48, 15 December 2016

Bimal K. Bose
Bimal K. Bose
Associated organizations
General Electric (GE), University of Tennessee
Fields of study
Power electronics
Awards
IEEE Power Electronics Society's William W. Newell Award, IEEE Lamme Medal, IEEE-Industrial Electronics Society Eugene Mittelmann Award for life-time achievement in Power Electronics, IEEE Region 3 Outstanding Engineer Award, IEEE-Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award

Biography

Dr. Bimal K. Bose (Life Fellow, IEEE) is professor emeritus at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he held the endowed Condra Chair of Excellence in Power Electronics from 1987 to 2003. There he was responsible for organizing teaching and research in power electronics and motor drives. Concurrently, he held the positions of Distinguished Scientist (1989-2000) and Chief Scientist (1987-89) of the EPRI-Power Electronics Applications Center in Knoxville.

Prior to this, Bose was a research engineer in General Electric's Corporate Research and Development laboratories in Schenectady, New York (1976-87); Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY (1971-1976), and faculty member of Bengal Engineering College (now Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology [IIEST] (1960-71).

Dr. Bose is recognized as a world-renowned authority and pioneer for his extensive research contributions in power electronics and motor drives that include power converters, PWM techniques, microcomputer/DSP control, electric/hybrid vehicle drives, renewable energy systems, and artificial intelligence (expert system, fuzzy logic and neural network) applications in power electronics and motor drives. He has been a power electronics consultant in a large number of industries. He is an Honorary Professor of Shanghai University (1991), China University of Mining and Technology (1996), Xi'an Mining Institute, where he is also Honorary Director of the Electrical Engineering Institute (1998); Guest Professor at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (2002); and Senior Adviser to the Beijing Power Electronics Research and Development Center (1990). He was also Visiting Professor in Aalborg University, Denmark (1997); University of Padova, Italy (2003); China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing (2005); Federal University of Mato Grosso Sul, Brazil (2006); University of Seville, Spain (2009); the European PhD School on Power Electronics, Italy (2010); and National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan (2012).

He has authored more than 250 technical papers and holds 21 U.S. patents. He has written or edited seven books in power electronics: Advances and Trends in Power Electronics and Motor Drives (2006), Modern Power Electronics and AC Drives (2001), Power Electronics and Variable Frequency Drives (1997), Modern Power Electronics (1992), Microcomputer Control of Power Electronics and Drives (1987), Power Electronics and AC Drives (1986), and Adjustable Speed AC Drive Systems (1981). He was the guest editor of the Proceedings of the IEEE's “Special Issue on Power Electronics and Motion Control” (August 1994).

He was a member of the editorial board of the Proceedings of the IEEE from 1995 to 2006. He has served as Distinguished Lecturer of both the Industry Applications (IA) and Industrial Electronics (IE) Societies of the IEEE, and has served the IEEE in many other positions. He has given invited presentations, keynote addresses, and advanced tutorials extensively throughout the world.

Dr. Bose is a recipient of a number of awards and honors. In 2014, the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society introduced the annual Dr. Bimal Bose Energy Systems Award, funded by the IEEE Foundation and IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, to a young researcher making outstanding contributions to the field of Industrial Electronics as applied to Power Electronics and Energy Systems. In 2013, President Pranab Mukherjee of India conferred upon him Bengal Engineering and Science University's Doctor of Science degree Honoris Causa. Earlier awards include IIEST's Distinguished Alumnus Award (2006); the IEEE Power Electronics Society's William W. Newell Award (2005); IEEE Millennium Medal (2000), IEEE Meritorious Achievement Award in Continuing Education (1997), IEEE Lamme Medal (1996), IEEE-Industrial Electronics Society Eugene Mittelmann Award for lifetime achievement in the area of Motor Drives (1994), IEEE Region 3 Outstanding Engineer Award (1994), IEEE Industry Applications Society Outstanding Achievement Award (1993), IEEE Life Fellow (1996), Calcutta University's Mouat Gold Medal (1970) and Premchand Roychand  Scholarship (1968), General Electric Company's Silver Patent Medal (1986), and General Electric's Publication Award (1985.)

In philanthropic activities, Dr. Bose has funded the Bimal Bose Award for the Institute of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineers (IETE) in India since 1986. Given annually for an original, outstanding contribution in the field of power electronics, the award consists of 30,000 rupees, a citation, and a travel subsidy of 5,000 rupees. The recipient is also invited to deliver a paper at one of IETE's centers. He also donated a seminar hall, open stage, and 47 annual student and many other scholarships to his village high school, Bhita Mahendra Public Institution, Burdwan, West Bengal, India. He established the annual Bimal Bose Distinguished Lecture Award in IIEST, India, in 2010. He is also a regular donor to GRABUU (Gram Bangla Unnayan Udyog), West Bengal, India which has the mission “to Fight Hunger and Poverty and to Empower Change” among the villagers.

Further Reading

Bimal K. Bose, My Life in Power Electronics

IEEE Bimal Bose Award for Industrial Electronics Applications in Energy Systems.