Researcher, Cybersecurity Science and Simulation Group, Energy Security and Resilience, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Anuj Sanghvi is a cybersecurity research scientist within the Energy Security and Resilience Center at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. He leads the research and development of innovative solutions for securing the future electric grid. Sanghvi manages several US Department of Energy funded projects and leads collaborative efforts with federal and private sector organizations. He conducts cybersecurity risk assessments and provides tailored solutions through risk analysis. Anuj’s portfolio includes cybersecurity research of EV charging infrastructure, wind turbine communications, and other distributed generation system. He assists partner organizations to meet compliance, perform experiment design and testing based on project requirements and enjoys developing his skills in system engineering, virtualization, and scripting. Anuj holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from San Jose State University, California and a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication from Mumbai University, India.