Texas A&M University
Mr. Chatterjee is a doctoral candidate in mechanical engineering at Texas A&M University experienced in multi-disciplinary research on modeling, analysis, and design of large-scale engineering networks such as supply networks, industrial symbiosis, and energy and water infrastructure for resilience and sustainability. His work has been recognized by the Systems Engineering Information and Knowledge Management Best Paper Award at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers' IDETC-CIE conference 2020 and presented at the Systems Engineering Research Center Doctoral Students' Forum 2021.
Research interests: System of Systems, Resilience, Energy Sustainability, Net-zero Communities, Decentralized Systems, Cyber-Physical Systems, Critical Infrastructure, Supply Chains, Emergence, Network Analysis, Multi-disciplinary Systems Analysis Design and Optimization, Reliability Engineering, Industrial Symbiosis.
Analytical: Quantitative Risk and Reliability Analysis, Data Analysis and Visualization, Resilience Analysis, Multi-disciplinary Systems Analysis Design and Optimization, Computational Design, Graphical Analysis, Design of Experiments
Programming Languages: MATLAB, Python, and R
Software: LaTeX (Overleaf), EPANET, SolidWorks, MS-Office
Soft Skills: Report Writing and Presentation, Fluent communication in 3 languages (English, Hindi, and Bengali)