D. P. Sen Gupta
PhD (Liverpool University). An Honours graduate in Physics from Calcutta Presidency College and in Electrical Engineering from I.I.T, Kharagpur, Sen Gupta took his Ph.D from Liverpool University where he taught for five years before he joined the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore and carried out teaching and research for about three decades. He received awards for teaching excellence at both Liverpool University and IISc where he was awarded a special chair for Energy Studies. He had research links with a number of British Universities, particularly with the University of Liverpool andCavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, and the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign. An Emeritus Fellow at the IISc he is presently a Visiting Professor at NIAS, Bangalore. He has co-authored books published by utterworths,McMillan, Alpha International, London and recently by IISc Press and World Scientific. He has published a number of books for children.
Pai, MA , DP Sen Gupta, KR Padiyar, and N Senroy. 2016. Small signal analysis of integrated power systems. New Delhi: Narosa Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. http://www.narosa.com/books_display.asp?catgcode=978-81-8487-553-9.
Gangopadhyay, A , A Sampath, B Velury, DP Sen Gupta, and Dilip R Ahuja. 2016. “Wind and solar energy for reducing electricity deficits in Karnataka”. Current Science 111(5): 796-807.
Gupta, DP Sen, Ila Gupta, and Dilip R Ahuja. 2014. “All states stand to save electricity were Indian Standard Time to be advanced”. Current Science 106: 70–74. http://eprints.nias.res.in/479/.
Ahuja, Dilip R, and DP Sen Gupta. 2012. “Year-round daylight saving time will save more energy in India than corresponding DST or time zones”. Energy Policy 42: 657–669. http://eprints.nias.res.in/290/.
Gupta, DP Sen, and Dilip R Ahuja. 2011. NIAS Report Options for adjusting India standard time for saving energy. Bangalore: National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore. http://eprints.nias.res.in/422/.