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Deepankar Das
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Deepankar
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Computer Science and Engineering
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Prof. Prabhkar Singh,
[B. Ec. Engg. (1973)]

Prof. Prabhakar Singh, 1973 B. Sc. (Engg.) Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Prof. Singh holds the United Technologies Corporation  Endowed Chair Professor position in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and also serves as the Director of the Center for Clean Energy Engineering  and Fraunhofer Center for Energy Innovation  at the University of Connecticut. In this capacity, Professor Singh is responsible for developing strategies at state, federal and global level for the integration of “Sustainable Energy” portfolios. Professor Singh works with national and international agencies and industries in validating and implementing both near and long term solutions that establishes “sustainable living”. His research interests also include solid- liquid- gas interactions, clean and efficient electrochemical energy conversion and storage systems including advanced fuel cells and other energy conversion systems, fuels and fuel processing, high temperature coatings, and novel synthesis techniques. He is a Fellow of ASM International (Class of 1998), American Ceramic Society (Class of 2003), National Association of Corrosion Engineers (Class of 2008)and Washington Academy of Science (Class of 2009). Dr. Singh brings more than 25 years of hands on research and development experience in advanced metallic and ceramic functional materials systems, electrochemical energy conversion and SOFC research, efficient fuel utilization, electro-catalysis and electrode processes and high temperature materials corrosion in complexmolten saltand bi-polar environments. Prof. Singh has been granted 50 number of US Patents.

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