About the Lab

The Phasor Assisted Learning (PAL) Lab, led by Dr. Anamitra Pal, is in the School of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) located in Tempe, Arizona. The lab performs fundamental and applied research in the power and energy domain.

Active research areas include:

  • Data Analytics using Time-Synchronized Measurements
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) Applications in Power Systems
  • Energy Modeling and Smart Grids
  • Critical Infrastructure Resilience
Professor Pal with his graduate students at the PES General Meeting Conference 2023 in Orlando, Florida


We are looking for motivated Ph.D. students in the areas of power systems, optimizationcontrols, and machine learning.

ASU is the lead university of the Power Systems Engineering Research Center (PSERC), which includes 12 universities and 26 industry members. U.S. News & World Report has named ASU the most innovative university in the nation for six years in a row. If you are interested in joining ASU and working with me, please send your detailed CV to me at [email protected] or view our “Contact” page on our website.

Pal lab attending the IEEE Young Professionals Phoenix End-of-year Micro-Mentoring Event, Dec 2023

Latest News

Ken Martin, a senior engineer at Electric Power Group (EPG), visits Pal lab, Jan 2023
Graduate students present posters at the North American SyncroPhasor Initiative (NASPI), Apr 2023
Pal Lab explains power system at ASU Open Door, Feb 2023
Gathering of Prof. Pal’s students, Feb 2023