G.R. (Gautham Ram) Chandra Mouli



dr.ir. Gautham Ram is an Assistant Professor in the  DC systems, Energy conversion and Storage group in the  Department of Electrical Sustainable Energy at the  Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. His current research focuses on electric vehicles, EV charging, PV systems, power electronics and demand-side management. 

He received his bachelor’s and master’s in Electrical Engineering from the National Institute of Technology Trichy, India in 2011 and the Delft University of Technology in 2013, respectively. He received his PhD from the Delft University in 2018 for the development of a solar powered V2G electric vehicle charger compatible with CHAdeMO, CCS/COMBO and designed smart charging algorithms (with PRE Power Developers, ABB and UT Austin). From 2017 to 2019, he was a postdoctoral research at TU Delft working on research topics related to power converters for EV charging, smart charging of EVs, trolley busses. 

He is involved in many projects with industrial and academic partners at national and EU level concerning electric mobility and renewable energy such as PV charging of electric vehicles, OSCD, Trolley 2.0, Flexgrid. He is the coordinator and a lecturer for Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Electric cars on edX.org with ~110,000 learners from 175 countries. He is the Vice-chair of IEEE Industrial Electronic Society Benelux chapter. 

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Research area

Electric vehicles - EV charging - Power electronics - PV systems -  Intelligent control  - Energy Storage - Demand-Side Management  



Orchestrating Smart Charging in mass Deployment (OSCD) project ( EME - Electric Mobility Europe
Smart Trolleybus grid (EME - Electric Mobility Europe)
Flexibility in distribution grids - Flexgrid  (TKI project) 
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Electric cars on edX.org

-   Electric Vehicle supported PV Smart grid  
-   Solar e-bike charging station 


2019 - Electrical Machines and Drives
2019 - Introduction to Electrical Power Engineering part 1
2020 - Electrical Machines and Drives
2020 - Introduction to Electrical Power Engineering part 1
2020 - Electric vehicle and charging technology
2019 - Statistical Digital Signal Processing and Modeling
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2020-05-04 - 2022-05-04