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- De, Sudipta (ed.), Bandyopadhyay, Santanu (ed.), Assadi, Mohsen (ed.)
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Sudipta De is Professor at the Mechanical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. He received his Ph.D. from IIT, Kharagpur and was a guest researcher at the Department of Energy Sciences, Lund University, Sweden. He was INSA (New Delhi) visiting scientist to Germany, selected faculty of Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window of the EU in sustainable energy. He delivered invited lectures in many programs/institutes including Indian National Clean Coal Technology Mission meeting, TU of Berlin and Munich, KTH-Stockholm, University of Stavanger, Norway etc. He received his research funding from UGC, DST of India, EU, German Research Foundation, Swedish Research Council, Research Council-Norway etc. Presently he is Coordinator/Co Principal Investigator of two EU projects. He is also closely associated with Industry chambers. Santanu Bandyopadhyay is currently Institute Chair Professor, Department of Energy Science and Engineering, at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay). He obtained his B.Tech. (Hons.) in Energy Engineering from IIT Kharagpur in 1992, and M.Tech. and Ph.D. in Energy Systems Engineering from IIT Bombay in 1995 and 1999, respectively. His research interest includes Process Integration, Pinch Analysis, Industrial Energy Conservation, Modeling and Simulation of Energy Systems, Design and optimization of renewable energy systems, etc. Since 1994, Prof. Bandyopadhyay has been associated with and contributed towards various developmental, industrial, and research activities involving different structured approaches to process design, energy integration and conservation as well as renewable energy systems design. Prior to joining IIT Bombay, he worked for M/s Engineers India Limited, New Delhi. He is currently one of the Editor-in-Chiefs for Process Integration and Optimization for Sustainability (Springer Nature) as well as Associate Editor for Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Springer Nature), International Journal of Energy Technology and Policy (Inderscience), and INAE Letters (Springer Nature). Mohsen Assadi is Professor at Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Stavanger (UiS), Norway, Head of energy efficiency group for clean energy network at UiS, Head of monitoring and maintenance hub at CIAM, UiS, visiting professor at Sheffield University and London City university. Developing methods and tools for identification of optimized instrumentation for cost effective monitoring and control of various types of power plants have been one of the focus areas for the conducted R&D activities during the past years. Assadi has been project leader for several national and European funded projects, dealing with performance monitoring and concept evaluation for conventional combined cycle plants using industrial gas turbines from various OEMs.; a hybrid plant using combination of biomass fueled steam cycle and natural gas fired gas turbine with HRSG delivering steam to a common steam turbine; an innovative cycle utilizing the humid air turbine concept, small scale combined heat and power (CHP) units using mixtures of various gas fuels; an integrated gasification combined cycle plant, etc. Deb A Mukherjee is an entrepreneur, professionally qualified as a lawyer, with over 33 years work experience in diverse business domains, engineering systems, information technology solutions and later in energy services for the last 15 years. Was Executive Chairman of Eaga Energy India Pvt Ltd (subsidiary of Eaga plc UK FTSE 250 company ) until 2012. Currently is an Investor and Country Director for Big Solar Ltd UK and also Managing Director of Cenergist Ltd UK - India Operations, an energy services business with operations in the UK, Spain, Germany, Italy and now India. He Is also incubating an IT start up Teknowlegion Ltd in Kolkata, India. Has served on various Trade Committees in India and the UK and spoken at several international seminars on Sustainability Issues,
1. Sustainability of Energy Systems: views from technology perspectives.- 2. Solar Photovoltaic Technology.- 3. MICROGRIDS.- 4. Transition of Power Distribution System Planning from Passive to Active Networks: A state-of-the-art Review and a New Proposal.- 5. Solar dish micro gas turbine technology for distributed power generation.- 6. Distributed energy solution for India: Exploring the possibilities.- 7. Mixed Integer Linear Programing Models for the Optimal Design and Operation of Polygeneration Systems.- 8. Detoxification of Crude Oil.- 9. The Sustainable Option of Power from Fossil Fuels with Carbon Capture and Storage: An Overview of State-of-the-Art Technology.- 10. CO2 Capture and Utilization (CCU) in Coal-fired Power Plants: Prospect of in situ Algal Cultivation.- 11. Sustainability of coal as a source of energy in India.- 12. Gas Hydrates as Potential Energy Resource for Energy Sustainability.- 13. Current Advances in Bio-oil Upgrading: A Brief Discussion.- 14. A Succinct Review on Upgrading of Lignin Derived Bio-Oil Model Components.- 15. Sustainability of microalgal bio-refinery: Scope, challenges and opportunities.- 16. Indian Agro-wastes for 2G-Biorefineries: Strategic Decision on Conversion Processes.- 17. Utilization of light pipe in Indian buildings - sustainability through passive system.- 18. Thermal performance evaluation of building roofs embedded PCM for multi-climatic zones.- 19. Energy Efficiency at India's Largest Milk Processing Plant.