Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Dr. Mukherjee comes with 31 years of research, engineering, academic and management experience in Power Systems Operations, Transmission Planning, Energy Markets, Electrical Grid Resiliency and Distributed Generation of Power Systems. Srijib has an MBA in Finance from Duke University, Ph.D. and MS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Miami and a B.E. (Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical Power Engineering) from The Manipal Institute of Technology. He has a Joint Faculty, Professor appointment with the University of Tennessee's and Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Bredesen Center. Srijib's research interests are in the technologies surrounding autonomous cars, electric charging infrastructure and energy storage. His experience spans 14 years with US electric utilities (CP&L/Duke Energy, Nevada Power/NV Energy, and FP&L/NextEra Energy), 13 years with various technical and management energy consulting firms (Quanta Technology/Quanta Services, Pike Electric and Mott MacDonald), 10 years as an Adjunct and Research Faculty member at The University of North Carolina, Charlotte and The University of Tennessee, Bredesen Center and 2 years with Government Agencies (NOAA and ORNL). He has published over 20 peer reviewed, refereed research papers in various journals and conferences, 5 DOE Reports and has one patent and one invention disclosure under patent application. He is a veteran Program Evaluator (PEV) for the Accreditation Board of Engineering Technology (ABET) and is an Alternate Board Member of the IEEE Committee on Engineering Accreditation Activities (IEEE CEAA). Additionally, he is licensed to practice engineering as a Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the States of NC, NV and CA and licensed to operate the US Grid as a NERC Certified System Operator. Srijib has mentored advised and chaired 10 Ph.D. and master’s student’s thesis committee’s in Energy Science and Power Systems research. He volunteers his time to tutor high school math (Algebra, Geometry and AP Calculus) to low income students in his school district. He is a parent with two college age children (one in medical school and the other a cadet for the US Air Force). He enjoys gardening, tennis and non-fiction books.