Welcome to our latest advisor, Dr. Anjan Bose

Thanks to the continuous efforts of Dr. Paluru, we are pleased to welcome another energy industry strategic advisor to Freedom Motors, Dr. Anjan Bose.

Anjan Bose, PhD. Regents Professor at Washington State University

Anjan Bose is a Regents Professor and the Distinguished Professor of Electric Power Engineering at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington, where he also served as the Dean of the College of Engineering & Architecture from 1998 to 2005. He served the US Department of Energy as a Senior Advisor on the electric power grid in the Obama administration. He is a leading researcher on the operation and control of the electric power grid. He has worked in the electric power industry as well as academe for over 40 years. He received his BS, MS and PhD, all in Electrical Engineering, from the Indian Institute of Technology – Kharagpur, University of California – Berkeley and Iowa State University, respectively.

Dr. Bose is a Member of the US National Academy of Engineering, a Foreign Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering and a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He was the recipient of the Outstanding Power Engineering Educator Award, the Third Millenium Medal, and the Herman Halperin Electric Transmission & Distribution Award from the IEEE. He has been recognized by both Iowa State University and the Indian Institute of Technology with their distinguished alumnus awards. He has served on several editorial boards and on many national and international technical committees. He was appointed by the governor to the board of directors of the Washington Technology Center, and by the US Secretary of Energy on the committee to study the 1999 and 2003 power blackouts. He has served on several committees of the US National Academies including those for Engineering Education, Cybersecurity Research, Power Grid Security and America’s Energy Future. He has consulted for many electric power companies and advised government agencies throughout the world.

Learn more about Dr. Bose’s credentials and background from WSU: https://school.eecs.wsu.edu/people/faculty/anjan-bose/

Dr. Bose joins the rest of our advisory team, Mike Smith, Sudheer Kuppam,  and Andee McCoy, as we undertake our strategy to engage the energy industry here and around the world.

Please join me in welcoming Dr. Bose to Freedom Motors!

Regards – Dave

Author: David Sastry

David has two decades of experience as a senior engineer at Intel Corporation, Freescale and Marvell Semiconductors. Before joining Freedom Motors he was a Principle Consultant for Infosys in their IoT Practice. David holds BS and MS degrees from Ohio State University in electrical engineering, with an emphasis on computer architecture and digital design. David is responsible for Freedom Motors' IT systems, social media outreach, managing corporate operations and contributing to business development.

8 thoughts on “Welcome to our latest advisor, Dr. Anjan Bose”

  1. Welcome putting together a great team it would seem! OK, one request if you guys could get hot on getting FM up to the first rung I would be VERY thankful. See, I tried to show my wife the FM Startengine video, she got up at the 54 sec mark without a word to me. SO, the sooner the better! Looking forward to seeing you guys put this one on the map.

    1. Randy thanks for your comment. We feel the same urgency as you do. I agree completely with you that the demand is very high for our technology and expertise and we will take full advantage of it. I am glad our video has positive impact on viewers.

  2. Greetings! . . .

    So now it’s about impressing The Wives is it ??…(bah~Humbug!!!)

    WELCOME Advisory Team All :=)) Glad to see more Fantastic Brain-Power in-the-mix!!! Very Stimulating Indeed! &&& THANK YOU DAVID . . .

    1. Mark, We appreciate your support. We believe the first step to success is assembling a good team. I truly believe that we were successful in putting together a great team. We are working hard to find the right VC for funding. We have a very good business plan and I think if everything goes as planned, we should start mass manufacturing our engines spring of 2020. We also have a short term goal to meet the urgent call for partnership and development while we work on the long term goal.

      1. By 2020 would be the best thing ever. But, you will see if you have not already there is a great amount of skepticism on the part of Shareholders who have heard for over a (for me) decade we are a year out from (A long list of flights, deals, New team members, and funding to follow which will turn this around) I know this is a new team and Dr. Moller seems to be accepting some very talented proven team members this time around. I again use “The wife test” She does not want to hear a thing about Mi/FM since she has heard it all before and has a different investment view then I do. … Why tell you this? I may help you understand what has gone on before. SOLID confirmed events at least at the start over “Looks like we” to win over some VERY tired share holders

        1. Randy,

          I do understand your frustration. One of the main reasons for me to take over as the CEO is to see the potential of MI/FM in the emerging markets. Markets are rapidly changing and thus providing us the window of opportunity which I intend to exploit every chance I get.

          As a matter of fact I am replying to your comment from Washington DC area where I have several meetings in the interest of our successful future.

          David and I promise that we will keep you up to date on all the things that are happening in MI/FM.

  3. Welcome Dr Bose.

    You are joining a very strong team along with investors who are very anxious to get it into gear and go!

    I wish you the best of luck in this endeavor.

    Gene Johnston

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