Santanu has about 10 years of research experience in materials synthesis, characterization and their study as electrode materials in electrochemical energy storage systems, both batteries and supercapacitors. Prior to joining InoBat Auto, Santanu was a Research Fellow at Swansea University where was working on developing cost-effective and environmentally friendly sodium ion battery chemistries. Dr. Mukherjee received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Louisville. His PhD research involved the development of novel nanomaterials and the analysis of their structure, morphology and electrochemical energy storage performance in both lithium and sodium ion systems. He is the first author of 12 journal publications and has also presented his work at several international conferences.