Stan Rosinski is a Program Manager at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). He currently manages renewable generation activities in the Generation Sector, directing research to facilitate increased deployment of biomass, solar, wind and geothermal energy. He is also responsible for tracking the cost and performance of renewable technologies and evaluating the impact of proposed climate policies on renewable generation.
Prior to joining Renewables Generation, Rosinski managed EPRI’s Technology Innovation Program and was responsible for “incubating” innovation by directing fundamental, innovative, and crosscutting R&D within EPRI to accelerate the application of advanced science and technology.
Previously at EPRI, Rosinski managed the Reactor Pressure Vessel Integrity and Fatigue Issue Task Groups under the Nuclear Sector Materials Reliability Program. Research in this area included radiation damage and embrittlement management, structural integrity assessment and component life prediction, materials selection and performance, and operating plant criteria improvement for life extension and license renewal.
Before joining EPRI in 1995, Rosinski was a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, where he was responsible for the resolution of light water reactor (LWR) materials-related issues. He also served as chief metallurgical consultant for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of LWR Safety & Technology.
Rosinski received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and a Masters degree in metallurgy from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He also received a Professional Nuclear Engineer degree (honorary) from the University of Missouri-Rolla.