Dr. Sourav Banerjee, Fellow of ASME is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Carolina.
Dr. Banerjee is a Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). He received PhD in Engineering Mechanics and Applied Mathematics from the University of Arizona (UofA), Tucson in 2005. Dr. Banerjee's research program at USC focuses on computational and autonomous Ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation (NDE), NDE 4.0, Digital-Twin for NDE and SHM, Wave propagation in metamaterials, Sensors, Instrumentations and Robotics for NDE/SHM, Development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Digital-twin for mechanical systems and structures. Dr. Banerjee received Achenbach Medal, young investigator award in 2010 and SHM person of the year (SHMPOY) award in 2019 (international). He also received numerous national and internal awards. Dr. Banerjee is committed to the highest standard of Research and Education at the USC, while promoting diversity equity and inclusion (DEI) to all activities at USC, local communities and beyond.