Prof Pal being welcomed by the ICL President at the awards reception in 2016.
Prof Pal displaying the best research group prize in presence of the ICL Provost.
Best PES IEEE Transaction paper award 2018 won by Professor Pal and co-researchers.
He has been honoured as the Otto Monstead Professor through nomination from the President of Denmark Technical
University to Otto Monstead Foundation, July-September 2019.
His paper received the IEEE PES Prize Paper Award (out of about 3500 approved transactions papers) of 2018: Emilio Barocio, Bikash C. Pal, Nina F. Thornhill and Arturo
Roman Messina : "A Dynamic Mode Decomposition Framework for Global Power System Oscillation
Analysis", IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 2902-2912, Nov 2015
He received the IEEE PES Technical Committee Working Group Recognition Award for Benchmark Systems
for Stability Controls Task Force, July 2016.
His research group was honoured by the President's outstanding research team award at Imperial
College London 2016. This award celebrates the achievement of outstanding research teams at Imperial,
recognising, a team's international standing and their beneficial contribution to Imperial.
He has been elevated to Fellow of the IEEE for his contribution to power system stability and
control in 2012.
He has been honoured by the German Research Foundation (DFG) with Mercator Professorship at University
of Duisburg Essen, Germany upon nomination from the President of University of Duisburg- Essen, January-September 2011.
He has received as lead author (with his past PhD student) The IET Renewable Power Generation 2008
Premium Paper Award. The research relates to small signal stability modelling and analysis of variable
speed wind generation in power systems.
IEEE DLP Speaker: He has been honoured by the IEEE with the membership of the Distinguished
Lecturer Programme Panel. As recognition of the professional contribution of an individual in an
area, IEEE DLP speaker on invitation acts as an ambassador of the profession of
power engineering. He has delivered more than 25 DLP lectures in many parts of the world.
In November 2006, he was awarded the Fellowship of the IEE, UK for his overall professional
contribution and achievement.
He was also awarded short term visiting fellowship from The Royal Society UK, under the India-UK Science
Network Programme to promote the best of British science in India.
He was elevated to IEEE Senior Membership through IEEE UKRI Section nomination in November 2002.
He was awarded Conference travel grants from The Royal Academy of Engineering UK, to attend IEEE PES
General meeting in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009.
He was awarded Young Academic Grants (known as Fast Track) from the Engineering and Physical Research
Council (EPSRC) of the UK in 2002.
He received an All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Young Teacher Award in 2000 whilst at the
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. The grant had a funding commitment of Rs 800K (Indian currency)
for career development of a young academic.
He received the Eryl Cadwallader Davies prize for the best PhD thesis in 1999 from Imperial College London.
He received the Commonwealth Research Award from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, UK in 1996 for PhD studies
at Imperial College London.