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He was conferred Distinguished Alumni Award by IIT Roorkee in year He is currently President of IIT Roorkee Alumni Association. PPAP is a auto parts company supplying to many auto majors like Honda, Maruti and Nissan in India. Yes, Institute of Technology, Gandhi Institute of Technology and. Management ( GITAM). .. The alumni association of the department conducts meetings frequently. During these DST. 3 years b)International fundingagencies.: Nil. CBRI, Roorkee. 17 Jupiter Honda. Technical. DIT University is the best private engineering university in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, North India offering BTech, MTech, MCA, BCA, Dpharma, Bpharma, .
Six teams of students discussed their ideas for start-up companies and worked on business plans to be taken forward under guidance of Mr.
Pandey was elected as President, Mr. Mathur as Senior Vice President, Mr. Pravin Dwevedi as Vice President, Dr. Dheeraj Mehrotra as Secretary and Mr.
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Devesh Agarwal as Treasurer. For his invaluable contribution to LMA, Mr. Alok Ranjan, the outgoing President was appointed as Patron. GST Implementation in Cooperatives? CA Shashank Mittal on? GST and Business Performance?. Click to View Image Lucknow is emerging as one of the most polluted cities in the country and the more surprising and worrying fact is that level of indoor pollution is many times more than outdoor pollution with more serious harmful medical effects than outdoor pollution.
Sharma, Secretary General, Clean and Green Environmental Society who spoke on various house plants for cleaning indoor pollution and. Shirin Abbas, CEO Mediacom Consultancy spoke on Terrarium and its dual role as an indoor decorative plant and anti-pollutant, with many commercial possibilities being more effective than costly air purifiers available in the market.
The guided round of the factory was preceded by a presentation by Mr. The objective of discussion was to improve the level of financial literacy across all segments of society which was currently very low even in otherwise educated class and still lower in rural areas.
The participants included leaders from various fields who decided to contribute through a variety of interventions including a conclave in collaboration with SEBI and a series of outreach programmes focused on self help groups of women in rural areas.
Click to View Image LMA partnered with I care India in a Workshop, exhibition and performances to show case the improvement in school children brought about by the interventions being organized by I care India on 15th December LMA has been supporting the initiatives of I care India a social non-government organisation which is running a programme called Ankurum for transforming government primary schools by involving various stakeholders.
As associate dean at Campbell University, she is developing a new engineering program that features a heavily project-based curriculum taught in class-lab settings. While at Michigan Tech, she also developed and co-directed the first U.
Peace Corps Masters International program in mechanical engineering. An acknowledged leader in computational mechanics and materials research, Dr.
Sun was recognized for her achievements on numerous multidisciplinary research initiatives in the areas of carbon capture simulations, advanced high-strength steel development, lightweight metals manufacturing process optimization, and performance simulations. Sun, who joined ORNL as division director inhas been instrumental in securing a number of user agreements, invention disclosures, patent applications and licenses.
Sun has written more than peer-reviewed journal articles, authored more than 10 books, and presented more than 60 invited talks.
His research in experimental fluid mechanics concentrates on flows that are central to a range of energy, environmental and geophysical applications. He directs a research group that engages in experimental studies of turbulence, geophysical flows and microfluidics. He is the recipient of several honors, including the Gustus L.
Before joining the Notre Dame faculty as an adjunct associate professor inSeelinger was co-owner and vice president of Yoder Software. He received three degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Notre Dame: Her research into solar cells that transform heat into focused beams of light was selected by MIT Technology Review as one of its 10 breakthrough technologies of Wang is the recipient of a number of honors, including three from ASME: She also received a Professor Amar G.
The one-year, part-time fellowship program begins next month with the first of three weeklong, in-residence sessions at the Chubb Conference Center in Lafayette Hill, Pa. She received the George R. Sawicki is the vice president for research at Cleveland State University, a role he has held since Mayas well as the D. He was the interim vice president for research from June to May and previously served as associate vice president for research from to He is responsible for research administration and policies, research and compliance, technology transfer, and commercialization efforts.
Sawicki serves as president and CEO of the Cleveland State University Research Corporation, a nonprofit organization designed to advance industry-sponsored research, technology licensing, and creation of start-ups from university-developed intellectual property.
The Office of Research headed by Sawicki is chiefly focused on relieving the challenges facing faculty engaged in research. Sawicki, who joined the Cleveland State faculty as an assistant professor inalso works with the president and provost to foster and promote innovation and entrepreneurship across the campus.
He has published more than peer-reviewed journal papers and conference articles, one research monograph, co-edited three books, and has advised numerous graduate students, post-docs, and research scientists. Sawicki holds a Ph. After earning a Ph. Inhe was promoted to associate professor.
His research interests include energy technologies; fluid dynamics and heat transfer and cooling; alternative fuels, engines, and emissions; and wind energy and wind turbine efficiency. Prior to receiving his Ph. His interests include both experimental field- and laboratory-based and computational research as well as the optimization of sustainable urban design for air quality and energy efficiency.
The recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship inPardyjak is a renowned researcher with more than 2, publication citations and an impressive teaching and service record. He earned a Ph. Wemhoff, who is also director of the Villanova University site of the Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems, was recognized with the Fellow grade of membership for his accomplishments and impact in research, as demonstrated by the publication of 26 peer-reviewed papers and 44 peer-reviewed conference papers, as well as his leadership in ASME at the technical committee and local division levels, according to the Fellow citation.
Timoshenko Collegiate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, who has been chair of the department since June Arruda, who was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in and is president and a Fellow of the American Academy of Mechanics, is the recipient of a number of honors, including the James R.
She received a Ph. Before joining the bioengineering faculty at the University of Utah in AugustWeiss was an assistant professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Arizona from to and a research assistant professor of bioengineering at the University of Utah from to Najjar, who has been an ASME member for 22 years, has co-authored more than 40 refereed publications and 30 technical reports and delivered more than 60 presentations at international conferences and technical meetings.
According to his Fellow citation, Hussein has made fundamental contributions to the field of phononics and nonlinear wave propagation and has played a significant part in establishing a scientific community for phononics through the creation of the biennial Phononics conference series and a dedicated phononics organization, the International Phononics Society.
He received an additional three degrees from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor: The award recognizes Dr.
A recognized expert in hypersonics, boundary-layer stability and transition, energy efficient aircraft and small satellite design, Reed has headed a number of major research projects, and is currently a member of two NASA University Leadership Initiatives.
Chun-Yuh Charles Huang, Ph. Huang is currently researching orthopedic soft tissues — with a focus on the biomechanics of cartilaginous tissues, mechanobiology of intervertebral disc and impact injury of articular cartilage — in order to develop strategies to avoid tissue degeneration. He also earned both a Master of Philosophy degree and a Ph.
His current research areas include fracture behavior and modeling of nuclear-grade graphite, the effects of neutron damage on the structure and properties of fission and fusion reactor carbon and graphite materials, radiation creep of graphites, the thermal physical properties of carbon materials, and the impact behavior of carbon-carbon composites. He is the author of many papers on the subject of graphite fracture behavior and modeling, the effects of neutron damage on carbon materials structure and properties, and adsorbent carbon composites.
The editor of Journal of Materials Science and the associate editor of Green Materials, Grunlan has published more than journal papers and holds several patents. DelRio was recognized for the development and use of materials and assemblies for small-scale mechanical applications via advancements in stand-alone and integrative mechanical measurement and microscopy techniques, with an emphasis on advanced materials in electronics, biomedical and health, infrastructure, energy, and forensics applications.
His work on the fundamental understanding of adhesion of microelectromechanical systems MEMS on micromachined surfaces has resulted in advances in MEMS technologies, magnetic storage, and microelectronics. Trevor Seipp Trevor Seipp. Seipp, who will be presented the award at the ASME Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference this July, has more than 20 years of experience in the design, analysis, and fitness-for-service of process and power equipment and more than 15 years of experience in the design and analysis of process and power equipment, vessels, piping, and structures.
In addition, he has extensive analytical experience including linear and non-linear finite element analysis using ANSYS and ABAQUS, buckling analyses, steady-state and transient heat transfer and thermal stress analysis of pressure vessels. Ayalew has played a significant part in shaping the curriculum for the department, where he developed six new graduate courses and made contributions to two additional classes.