Contact Dr Srinivasan Munisamy
Dr. Srinivasan Munisamy is an experienced control system engineering professional. He has more than 15 years of experience that includes teaching and research at higher educational institutions and industries. Dr. Srinivasan received a Ph.D. degree in Engineering followed by a master in control system engineering and a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree in instrumentation and control engineering.
Dr. Srinivasan is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (SMIEEE), USA, an associate fellow of advance higher education academy (AFHEA), UK, and an associate member of the Institution of Engineers-India (ASIME-India).
Before joining Cranfield University, Dr. Srinivasan worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Lulea University of Technology, Sweden. During the period 2011 to 2015, he served as a professor at the Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET), India. From 2008 to 2010, Srinivasan worked as a professor at the KL University, India.
Dr. Srinivasan has expertise in advanced state estimation, robust control systems, intelligent instrumentation, battery testing, and battery management systems.
Dr. Srinivasan Munisamy is a Research Fellow in Li-S state estimation at Advanced Vehicle Engineering Center (AVEC), Transport systems of School of Aerospace, Transports, and Manufacturing.
Currently, Dr. Srinivasan works on LiS:FAB project funded by Innovate UK. In this project, he applies his skills and knowledge on state estimation techniques to the lithium-sulfur battery management systems (Li-S BMSs), to test the batteries under real-world operating conditions, and to the battery experimental data analysis. Dr. Srinivasan technically supports Oxis energy Ltd, UK, for the implementation and the integration of Li-S BMSs' algorithms such as the state-of-charge, state-of-energy, and state-of-health estimation of different types of Li-S batteries.
Dr. Srinivasan Munisamy is currently teaching advanced state estimation, as part of the Advanced Control and Optimization (ACO) module, and Battery State estimation and Control, as part of the Vehicle Control Applications (VCA) module, for MSc automotive mechatronics and MSc advanced motorsports mechatronics courses. He also supervising two individual research projects (IRPs) of MSc students. In addition, Dr. Srinivasan's scholarly activities include writing technical documents, publishing research articles in journals, and presenting his research at national or international conferences.