Distributed Power Processing based Cell-level Battery Energy Storage System


New Mexico State University

Nataraj Pragallapati received Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India. He is currently pursuing the Post-Doctoral degree with the Department of Electrical Engineering, New Mexico State University, USA. He also worked for GE, Hyd., India, as a Project Engineer during 2008–2009. His areas of research include Global and Distributed MPPT schemes for PV arrays under partially shaded conditions and active power decoupling schemes for single phase grid connected systems, active islanding detection methods, active damping techniques, circulating current issues in parallel connected inverters, sliding mode based voltage controllers, and energy management of AC/DC microgrids.


  1. NATARAJ PRAGALLAPATI (New Mexico State University)
  2. Satishkuma J Ranade (New Mexico State University)
  3. Moonem M A (Sandia National Laboratory)
  4. Stanely Atcitty (Sandia National Laboratory)

Topic Areas

Track 2 Topics: Power electronics for battery energy storage systems, supercapacitors / ul , Track 2 Topics: Power electronics for charging and operation of electric, hybrid electric,


S15 » Dual Active Bridge Based Systems (13:30 - Wednesday, 27th June, Lakeshore III - IV)