I am a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at University Of California, Irvine. I work as a Graduate Researcher in Microsystems Laboratory with Dr. Andrei Shkel to develop a new generation of Navigational Inertial Sensors and Gyroscopes. I have contributed to Physical Review and other top journals during my PhD research.
I graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur under the Bachelors Undergraduate Degree Programme – Bachelor (B.Tech. Honours) in Mechanical Engineering. During my stay at IIT, I had qualified for the prestigious award as an outgoing student from Azad Hall and many other awards. I have contributed to Fullerene Solutions and many other initiatives like Nalanda 2.0, an open-source content management platform.
I am interested to research at the intersection of MEMS or MicroelectroMechanical Systems and Miniaturized Navigational sensors using novel processes like Micro-Glassblowing. After my graduation, I had joined the Michigan State university as a Masters Student in Mechanical Engineering. I published many top rated journal articles and was successful in solving many challenges related to scalable fabrication of non linear resonators. My book is available in amazon at following link. It is one of the best selling research books. I have published in Physical review B and many top ASME conferences.
I was involved in the development of next generation auto-transmissions which is 10 speed and user-driven as a Product Design Engineer at Ford Motor Company Autotransmission New Product Center at Livonia near Detroit.
I have won the Distinguished Best Employee and designer Award at Ford Motor Company for 2016 and 2017. As a guest speaker at New Methodologies for Modeling, Simulation and Testing Automotive Lightweight Materials Conference, (July 26-27, 2017, Crown Plaza, Detroit) i have been at the forefront of new materials research at a global scale.
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