Dr. Suhas Joshi is presently a Dean ‘Alumni & Corporate Relations’ and ‘Rahul Bajaj’ Chair Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Bombay.
Dr. Joshi works on improving productivity and quality of multi-scale machining processes through physics-based modelling and characterization. Dr. Joshi has undertaken over thirty five research, consultancy and infrastructure projects sponsored by aerospace, nuclear, defence and private organizations in India. He has established excellent research infrastructure for micromachining, laser micro-machining and titanium machining. During 2009-2014, he was the founder Principal Investigator of ‘National Centre for Aerospace Innovation and Research’, at IIT Bombay. The centre is sponsored by Govt. of India, The Boeing Company and IIT Bombay.
After his Ph.D. from IIT Bombay, Dr. Joshi worked with the R&Ds of Tata Motors India, Pvt. Ltd. and Kennametal (erstwhile Widia) India, Pvt. Ltd. and joined IIT Bombay as a faculty member in 1999. Dr. Joshi worked as a post-doctoral researcher at Georgia Tech., USA (2002) and served as a Visiting Faculty at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA (2005-06).
Dr. Joshi was a recipient of BOYSCAST fellowship of Govt. of India (2002) for young researcher, ‘Best Faculty’ award of Mech. Eng. Dept., IIT Bombay (2007) and ‘Dr. P. K. Patwardhan Technology Development Award’ of IIT Bombay (2008).
Dr. Joshi has served as Associate Editor of J. of Manuf. Sci. and Eng. (ASME) (2007-14). He is presently Associate Technical Editor of Machining Sci. and Technol. (Taylor and Francis) (2010-) and, the Editorial Board Member of Int. J. of Machine Tools and Manuf. (Elsevier) (2013-) and Int. J. of Mechatronics and Manuf. Sys. (Inderscience, UK) (2011-13).
Dr. Joshi has supervised ten Ph.D. students and presently guiding ten students for their Ph.D. He has supervised more than100 masters dissertations at IIT Bombay. Dr. Joshi has over 118 referred international journal and 108 international conference publications, and five book chapters to his credit.
Department of Mechanical engineering
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
Department of Mechanical engineering
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA
G.W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA
Department of Mechanical engineering
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
National Centre for Aerospace Innovation and Research (NCAIR)
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
Engineering Research Center, Tata Motors (India) Ltd., Pune, India
IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India
National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli, India
V. J. T. I., Bombay,India
|1||Generating Functional Quality Surfaces using Electrical Discharge Machining for Biomedical and Machining Applications||Expert Advisory Committee (EAC) on Advanced Manufacturing Technologies of Technology
Systems Development Programme (TSDP) of DST
|Rs. 76 Lakhs (94k UK£)||2016-19|
|2||Investigation of tool-workpiece interaction in high speed drilling of titanium alloys to enhance the hole quality||Aeronautical Research and Development Board (ARDB)||Rs. 35 Lakhs (43k UK£)||2016-19|
|3||Investigation of tool-workpiece interaction in high speed drilling of titanium alloys to enhance the hole quality||Department of Science and Technology, Govt. Of India.||Rs. 33.71 Lakhs (42k UK£)||2015-18|
|1||National Centre for Aerospace Innovation and Research (NCAIR)|| Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, the Boeing Company and
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India)
|Rs. 35 Cr (4300k UK£)||2009-14|
|2||Establishing Micromachining and Micrometrology Facility at IIT Bombay||Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India)||Rs.1.88 Cr. (232k UK£)||-|
|3||Establishment of ‘DST-FIST Sponsored Precision Prototyping Facility’||Department of Science and Technology, Government of India||Rs. 1 Cr (123k UK£)||2003-08|
|4||Establishment of Suman Mashruwala Micro-engineering Laboratory including the establishment of excimer laser facility||Alumnus, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India)||Rs. 1.25 Cr (155k UK£)||2004-05|
|5||Renovation and Modernization of Machine Tools and Metrology Laboratory and establishment of ‘Micromachining Cell’ in the laboratory||Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India)||Rs. 70 Lakhs (86k UK£)||2003-13|
|1||Design and fabrication of 3D Micro-textured Hydrophobic Geometries on Metallic Surface: Part – II||ISRO, Govt. of India||Rs. 22 Lakhs. (27k UK£)||2013-15|
|2||Efficient Dicing of Silicon Ingots by wire EDM||Ministry of New and Renewable Energy,
Govt. of India, under the aegis National Center for Photo-Voltaic Research and Education, IIT Bombay
|Rs. 1.00 Cr. (123k UK£)||2011-14|
|3||Analysis and Modeling of Electro-chemical Buffing Process||CSIR, Govt. of India.||Rs. 15 Lakhs. (31k UK£)||2011-13|
|4||Cutting machine for visually challenged individuals for house-hold mat weaving handlooms PSA||Department of Science and Technology, Govt. Of India||Rs. 1.63 Lakhs (2k UK£)||2012|
|5||Simulation of Flow Forming Process||ISRO, India||Rs. 10 Lakhs (12.3k UK£)||2010-12|
|6||Modeling and Development of Novel EDM Variants for Micromachining||Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India||Rs. 33 Lakhs. (40.6k UK£)||2009-12|
|7||Generation of 3D Microstructures on Metallic Surfaces using Micromachining : Part-I||ISRO, Govt. of India||Rs. 26.10 Lakhs. (32k UK£)||2008-09|
|8||Study and Development of Technology for Nano-polishing of Single Crystal Semi-spherical Cavity and Fabrication of Micro-metallic Fluidic Structures||Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai, Government of Indiaa||Rs. 65 Lakhs. (80k UK£)||2008-09|
|9||Development of Fibre Laser-based manufacturing technology for micromachining||BDepartment of Science and Technology, Govt. of India||Rs. 40 Lakhs. (49.2k UK£)||2009-12|
|10||Analysis of machined surface quality of Inconel 718 in milling operation||Aeronautical Research and Development Board, Govt. of India||Rs. 31 Lakhs. (38.1k UK£)||2008-11|
|11||Process capability analysis of micro-machining processes and development of traveling micro-mechanisms||Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Mumbai, Government of India||Rs. 30 Lakhs. (36.9k UK£)||2004-07|
|12||Micro-machining using electrochemical and electrochemical grinding processes||Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Govt. of India||Rs. 12 Lakhs. (14.8k UK£)||2001-05|
|13||Analysis and Development of Micro-EDM for Micro-machining||Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India||Rs. 19.60 Lakhs. (24.1k UK£)||2003-06|
|1||Design and manufacturing aspects of water filters||Tata Chemical, India Ltd., Mumbai||Rs. 5.00 Lakhs.
|2||Design and manufacturing aspects of new cutting tools||Forbes India Ltd. Mumbai||Rs. 1.0 Lakhs
|3||Simulation of Single crystal silicon wafer dicing using wire-EDM||Applied Materials, Ltd. India||Rs. 9.69 Lakhs.
|4||Single crystal silicon wafer dicing using wire-EDM||Applied Materials, Ltd. India||Rs. 9.69 Lakhs.
|5||Machinability studies on Powder Metallurgy alloyed bearing caps||Hoganas India Ltd., Pune||Rs. 6 Lakhs.
|6||Comparative evaluation of bearings||NRB Bearings, India, Ltd. Mumbai India||Rs. 2.69 Lakhs.
|7||Design for Manufacture of ELR mechanism||Bond Safety Belt, Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India||Rs. 6.50 Lakhs.
|8||First SERC School on Micromachining||Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India||Rs.10 Lakhs.
|9||Precision machining of components||Mechvac Fabricators (India) Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India||Rs. 4 Lakhs.
|10||Design of Track Shoe using advanced composites||VRDE, DRDL,India||Rs. 2.50 Lakhs.
||Kamlesh’s Ph.D. topic is 'Ultra-thin silicon wafer slicing for a photovoltaic application using wire-EDM'. The motivation of the study is to develop technology for slicing ultra-thin wafers from silicon ingots for photovoltaic applications with a focus on uniform wafer thickness, reduction of kerf loss, and improving productivity and surface quality. His research interest is in Non-conventional machining, Design of experiments, Difficult to machine materials, and Electro-deposition and corrosion analysis. He received his M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Roorkee in 2010. Prior to this, he was at Government College of Engineering, Bikaner, where he did his B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering in 2008. He worked as an Assistant Professor, Pacific Institute Of Engineering, Udaipur from 2010-12.
||Jithin’s Ph.D. topic is 'Surface Texturing using Electrical Discharge Machining'. His work focuses on the investigation and evolution of the EDM process towards the generation of rough textured surfaces and characterizing the textures generated with respect to different functional properties they exhibit. It also focuses on the development of analytical and numerical models for prediction of surface texture generated through EDM process under different operating conditions. His research interest is in Surface texturing, EDM, Micromachining, Surface properties. He received his M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from NIT Calicut in 2013. He did his B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from College of Engineering, Trivandrum in 2009.
||Anvesh’s Ph.D. topic is 'Investigations on flow-induced wetting transition and associated interfacial slip in textured micro channels'. The research involves experimental and numerical investigation of wetting transition and inter-facial slip in textured micro-channels under flow conditions. The aim is to characterize the flow-induced wetting transition with a parameter to conveniently capture different wetting states in textured micro-channels. His research interest is in Interfacial fluid dynamics, microfluidics, micro manufacturing and application of micro-engineering in biology. He received his M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Kharagpur in 2009. Prior to this, he was at Vasavi College of Engineering, Hyderabad where he did his B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering in 2007. He worked as a Scientist engineer in ISRO from 2009-13.
||Yogesh’s Ph.D. topic is 'Modeling of machining of multi-layered composites'. using experimental and numerical techniques. The motivation of work is to study the effect of conventional drilling, peck drilling and helical milling quality of hole produced in multilayer metal-composite. His research interest is in Difficult to machine materials, Machining of composites, and Finite element modeling of manufacturing processes. He received his M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Dr. Babasheb Ambedkar Technological University, Raigad in 2013. He did his B.E in Production Engineering from K. K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education & Research in 2011.
||Alwin’s Ph.D. topic is 'Tool wear and failure studies in micro milling'. using experimental and numerical techniques. Micro milling finds immense application in various fields of engineering. However, there are certain issues like rapid tool wear and unpredictable tool failures which limits its usage. The surface generated and burr dimensions also depend on the tool condition. Hence there is a need to understand the tool condition by studying the tool wear during the micro-milling process. This information can then be used to successfully predict the tool failure. His area of interest is Micro milling, modeling, tool wear. He received his M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from NIT Calicut in 2014. He did his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from College of Engineering, Trivandrum in 2011.
||Siddharam’s Ph.D. topic is 'Comprehensive thermal modeling of the machining process'. using experimental and numerical techniques. His research work is developing a comprehensive thermal model for machining process for evaluating temperature distribution in the process. A major stress is given to secondary deformation zone that consist of complex zone i.e. sticking and sliding zone. Main issues address in this zone is the variable coefficient of friction and contact pressure along the tool-chip interface. He received his M. Tech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Madras in 2014. He did his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from WIT, Solapur in 2011. He worked as an Engineer from 2014 at Laxmi machine works, Coimbatore.
||Ankit’s Ph.D. topic is 'Numerical thermal modeling of effects of heat dissipation modes in the drilling of titanium alloys'. His research work is to develop a comprehensive heat transfer model for drilling process and its effective modes of heat dissipation techniques. The main aim is to determine the heat generation and temperature distribution in drilling process by considering all three zones of deformation. He is jointly guided by Prof. Rajneesh Bhardwaj. His area of interest is heat transfer, fluid dynamic, computational fluid dynamic and Finite element modeling. He did his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from GLAITM, Mathura in 2012. He worked as an Engineer from 2012-13 at Enco Engineers Combine Pvt. LTD, Gurgaon.
||Dipesh is pursuing Ph.D. under Quality Improvement Program sponsored by AICTE in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay). His Ph.D. topic is 'Cooling strategies for titanium drilling'. His research interest is in Machining, Surface properties, Design of experiments and Difficult to machine materials. He has received M. E degree from Sardar Patel University, V.V. Nagar, Dist. Anand, Gujarat State in 2007. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor (Mechanical Engineering); Gazetted Officer Class-II at Government Engineering College, Godhra, Gujarat and employed under Commissionerate of Technical Education, Government of Gujarat since 2011. He is on deputation at IIT Bombay since January 2016.
||Vishwas’s Ph. D topic is 'Drilling-induced damages and their effects on strength and fatigue life of CFRP composites'. Due to poor machinability, drilling of CFRP is always associated with damages such as pre pull-out or breakage, matrix cracking or thermal degradation, delamination, etc. Therefore, it is essential to understand the effects of these damages on strength and life of CFRP components. His research interest is in Finite element modeling of manufacturing processes, machining of composites. He completed his B. tech in Production engineering (SGGS Institute of engineering and technology, 2012) and M. Tech from Production engineering (IIT Delhi, 2014). Two years of teaching experience in mechanical department of RGUKT Basar (2012-14).
||Ashwin’s Ph.D topic is 'Design and Fabrication of nanotextured bactericidal surfaces'. Biofilm formation on various surfaces causes huge losses to life and economy around the globe. The research aims to model the bacterial membrane material and simulation of it's rupture when incident on nanotextured surfaces to optimise the geometrical parameters of such surfaces. This work also aims at developing methods to fabricate these surfaces and thereby, test the bactericidal property of the nanotextured surfaces. His research interest is Finite element modeling, solid fluid interaction and micro machining process.He received his M.Tech degree in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Bombay in 2015. He completed his B.Tech degree in Production Engineering from National Institute of Technology (NIT) in 2012.
||Reshma’s Ph.D topic is ‘Texturing of Bactericidal Surfaces by femtosecond lasers’. The complex nature of the bacteria cell wall interactions with nanostructured surfaces represents many challenges while the design of nanostructured bactericidal surfaces will be considered. After designing the surface, femtosecond laser will be used to fabricate the surface with the given specifications. Her research interest is bactericidal surface, femtosecond lasers. She completed her B. Tech (2011-15) and M. Tech (2015-17) from Jamia Millia Islamia University (Mechanical engineering department).
|Kamran Ullah Khan is presently a M.tech student in the Mechanical Engineering department at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay. His M.Tech topic is 'Burr Analysis In Micro-Milling And Methods Of Control And Minimisation.' He received his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Jamia Millia Islamia in 2014. He worked as a customer service engineer from 2014-2015 at Siemens India Ltd, Gurgaon.
|10||Dattatraya Parle||Modeling of Size Effect in Micro-Cutting Considering Fracture and Microstructure.||2016|
|9||Piyush Tailor||Experimentations and Simulations of Eelectro-chemical Buffing (ECB) Process.||2015|
|8||Shashikant Joshi||Analysis of chip segmentation and its microstructure in machining of titanium alloys.||2015|
|7||Sachin Mastud||Development and Modeling of Reverse Micro EDM for Fabrication of High Aspect Ratio Features and Textured Surfaces.||2014|
|6||Harshad Sonawane||Modeling of Tool-work Interaction Mechanics in Ball-end Milling of Superalloy.||2014|
|5||Ganesh Dongre||Efficient Slicing of Silicon Ingots by wire-EDM process with Focus on Photovoltaic Applications||2014|
|4||Deepak Marla||Modeling of Laser Ablation of Metals for Nanosecond Pulses.||2013|
|3||P. Govindan||Process Development and Modeling of Dry Electrical Discharge Machining.||2012|
|2||Raju S. Pawade||Material deformation characteristics and machined surface integrity in high-speed turning of Inconel 718.||2008|
|1||Uday. A. Dabade||Characteristics of Machined Surfaces on Al/SiCp Metal Matrix Composites Produced during Turning.||2008|
|104||Ganesh Rahinj||Burr formation in drilling of Ti6Al4V.||M.Tech.||2017|
|103||Piyush Mourya||Modeling surface roughness in micro-milling.||M.Tech.||2017|
|102||Hemant Patne||Modeling and Simulation of Temperature Distribution in Drilling of Titanium.||M.Tech.||2016|
|101||Raut Ajinkya||Electric Discharge Based Surface Texturing.||D.Deg.||2015|
|100||P. Sastry Akella||Front Contact Patterning for Metallization of c-Si Solar Cells.||M.S.||2015|
|99||Khandagale Pratik||Modelling the vibratory response of materials with thin rectangular geometry in machining.||D.Deg.||2015|
|98||Ashwin Prabhakaran||Deformation based Texturing of Large Areas Using Rolling.||M.Tech.||2015|
|97||Vipul Agrawal||Wear Analysis and Tool Life Modelling In Drilling Inconel 718.||M.Tech.||2015|
|96||Varote Nilesh Vilas||Modeling of machined surface integrity in drilling of Ti alloy.||M.Tech.||2015|
|95||Amal S. Siju||Cutting tools with microscale textures on rake face to improve frictional Behaviour.||M.Tech.||2015|
|94||Sonawane Harshad||Modeling of Tool-work Interaction Mechanics in Ball-end Milling of Superalloy.||MTech.||2014|
|93||Rana Ankit S||Modelling mechanics of burr formation to predict exit burr size in drilling Ti6Al4V.||D.Deg.||2014|
|92||Aditya P Desai||Modelling of Lateral Wire Vibrations in Wire EDM through Balance of Discharge Forces.||D.Deg.||2014|
|91||Sahu Shailesh||Modelling of temperature distribution leading to evaluation of shear band width in machining of Ti6Al4V.||D.Deg.||2014|
|90||Wanaskar Kapil P||Analysis of machining stability in flank milling of impeller blades with decreasing thickness.||D.Deg.||2014|
|89||Bharath K S||Experimental and numerical study of flow over textured surface.||M.Tech.||2014|
|88||Kekade Swapnil V||Effect of parameters on dimensional accuracy in CBN grinding of forged crankshafts.||M.Tech.||2014|
|87||Nikesh Nayak||Experimental analysis of high speed drilling of Inconel 718 using coated carbide drills.||M.Tech.||2014|
|86||Narendra Singh||Analysis of Machining Stability in Flank Milling of Impeller Blades.||M.Tech.||2014|
|85||Khushboo S.||Design and Development of Compliant Based Microgripper Assembly Station.||M.Tech.||2014|
|84||Ankita Agrawal||Experimental and Numerical Analysis of workpiece stability in flank milling of Ti6Al4V.||M.Tech.||2014|
|83||Pawar Omanath||A Analysis of hole quality in drilling of fiber metal laminates (FMLs)-GLARE 5 & 6.||M.Tech.||2014|
|82||Ranjan Das||Modeling and analysis of tool wear in drilling.||M.Tech.||2014|
|81||Pawar Swapnil V||Study on Vibration-assisted Tapping of Titanium alloy.||M.Tech.||2014|
|80||Hiremath P C||Effect of microstructure & hardness after heat treatment on machinability of steel forgings.||M.Tech.||2014|
|79||Deshmukh Vinod R||Chemical milling for alpha case removal in titanium alloy.||M.Tech.||2014|
|78||Ingle Ajay Jivanram||Parametric analysis of plunge cylindrical grinding on crankshaft.||M.Tech.||2014|
|77||Thanedar Azher||Analysis of grinding burns using BNA value optimization.||M.Tech.||2014|
|76||Abhinav Solanki||Modeling and Simulation of Tapping of Titanium.||D.Deg.||2013|
|75||Ramchandani Jai S.||Modeling tool chip interface for oil mist assisted orthogonal turning of Ti6Al4V.||D.Deg.||2013|
|74||Gaurav Sharma||Modeling of Wire EDM Slicing Process for Silicon Ingots.||D.Deg.||2013|
|73||Shubham Gupta||Modeling of Shear Bands and Specific Cutting Energy in Ti6Al4V alloy.||D.Deg.||2013|
|72||Shinde Sagar S||Modeling of twist drilling process of Ti-6Al-4V alloy to predict hole quality.||MTech.||2013|
|71||Sarvaiye Amit kumar||Numerical simulation of flow over textured surfaces.||M.Tech.||2013|
|70||Vivek Garg||Numerical Modeling of Excimer Laser Curved Surface Ablation.||M.Tech.||2013|
|69||Vinod Singh Rajput.||Experimental investigation of elecrochemical buffing.||M.Tech.||2013|
|68||Sumeet Jain S.||Vibration Analysis in High Speed Milling of Inconel 718.||M.Tech.||2013|
|67||Patil Rahul A||Analysis of burr formation in drilling of Ti-6Al-4V.||M.Tech.||2013|
|66||Vikalp Jambhulkar||Sari Cutting Machine for Mat Making Handloom.||D.Deg.||2012|
|65||Abhishek Gupta||Mathematical Modeling of magnetic field effect on dry EDM.||D.Deg.||2012|
|64||Kulkarni Anish Ajit||Modeling of Laser Ablation and Fabrication of Microstructures.||D.Deg.||2012|
|63||Ranjit Kumar||Modeling of Super hydrophobic surfaces for bulk flow.||D.Deg.||2012|
|62||Lakhani Harnish||Modelling of microstructural change during machining of Ti6Al4V.||M.Tech.||2012|
|61||Patil Nitin R||Numerical Modeling of Laser Sintering Process.||M.Tech.||2012|
|60||Bhalerao Nitin B||High Strain Rate Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy and Machining Characteristics.||M.Tech.||2012|
|59||Ratendra Kumar||Experimental Investigation On Electro-chemical Buffing.||M.Tech.||2012|
|58||Aswin. P||Modeling of Wire-EDM slicing of silicon ingots.||M.Tech.||2012|
|57||Sandip P Patil||Ultrasonic vibration assisted machining of titaniumTi-6Al-4V.||M.Tech.||2012|
|56||Pravin S Pawar||Comparison of machinabilities of Alpha, Alpha + Beta; and Beta rich Alpha+Beta titanium alloys in orthogonal turning.||M.Tech.||2012|
|55||Devansh Sharma||Development of Leader-Follower Robots.||D.Deg.||2011|
|54||Prashant Kumar||Design and Development of Conformal Hydrodynamic Nanopolishing Machine and Process for Polishing Single Crystal Sapphire.||D.Deg.||2011|
|53||Vesvikar Cyrus||Mathematical modeling of wire EDM cutting of Si ingots for PV applications.||D.Deg.||2011|
|52||Mayank Garg||Numerical Simulation of Bulk Flow Over Textured Surfaces.||D.Deg.||2011|
|51||Akshay Shrivastava||Process characterization of Reverse Micro EDM.||D.Deg.||2011|
|50||Yogendra K Meena||Prototype Sari Cutting Machine for Handlooms Operated by Visually Disabled Individuals.||D.Deg.||2011|
|49||Jagdish P Meena||Fabrication of PDMS Arrayed Micro structures Using Silicon Etching-LIGA.||D.Deg.||2011|
|48||G Aanand Pratik||Development of Microneedles by Electro-deposition and -forming.||M.Tech.||2011|
|47||Prashant Thakur||Numerical Simulation and Characterization of Electrochemical Buffing.||M.Tech.||2011|
|46||Saurabh Agrawal||Analytical Modeling of Residual Stresses in Orthogonal Machining of AISI4340.||M.Tech.||2011|
|45||Dake Pritamkumar||Pulsed Laser Ablation: Numerical Simulation and Analysis.||M.Tech.||2011|
|44||Jyoti Shankar Jha||Numerical Simulation of Micro Hot Embossing Process.||M.Tech.||2011|
|43||Sachin Mali||Simulation of staggered flow forming process.||M.Tech.||2011|
|42||Shinde Shreyas R||Determination of machinability of steel & important parameters in steel making & machining.||M.Tech.||2011|
|41||Rinku Kumar Mittal||Characterization and Modeling of Hydrodynamic Nanopolishing Process.||D.Deg.||2010|
|40||Prithvi Raj||Design and Fabrication of Super-Hydrophobic Surface for Single-Droplet.||D.Deg.||2010|
|39||Kadam Girish S||Modeling of Single-Discharge in Dry Electrode Discharge Machining.||D.Deg.||2010|
|38||Ashish Mall||Design and Fabrication of Superhydrophobic Surfaces for Bulk Flow.||D.Deg.||2010|
|37||Bagale Tammaraya||Finite element modeling of pulsed laser ablation.||M.Tech.||2010|
|36||Sudhir SMore||Hdrodynamic nanopolishing set up and process for super polishing of hard materials.||M.Tech.||2010|
|35||Kurundkar Onkar A||Analytical modeling of residual stresses in Inconel 718 by ball end milling.||M.Tech.||2010|
|34||Tamrat A. Gelu||Behavior of materials under high strain rate shear loading.||M.Tech.||2010|
|33||Mrinal Joshi||Hydrodynamic Polishing of Hardened Steels.||D.Deg.||2009|
|32||Nikhil Jain||A Statistical Approach for Integrating Analytical and FEM in Micromachining Applications.||D.Deg.||2009|
|31||Kaushik J||Development of a vision-based microassembly system.||D.Deg.||2009|
|30||Ashish A Kullu||Modeling of ablation depth on ceramics in excimer laser micromachining.||D.Deg.||2009|
|29||Anand R Wankhede||Feasibility of Producing Multilayer Part By Metal Injection Moulding.||M.Tech.||2009|
|28||Vasantgadkar Nikhil||Development of Pulsed Laser Deposition system using Excimer laser.||M.Tech.||2009|
|27||Raut P Brahmadeo||Excimer laser-LIGA: Numerical simulation of micro hot embossing process.||M.Tech.||2009|
|26||Lekkala Ravi||Modeling and Analysis of Burrs in Micro Milling.||M.Tech.||2009|
|25||Parag Saharia||Design and Development of Milling Cutter with Self-Propelled Round Inserts.||D.Deg.||2008|
|24||Ishan Saxena||Fabrication of micro-filters using excimer laser micromachining.||D.Deg.||2008|
|23||Ramkesh Meena||Excimer Laser-LIGA: Design and Fabrication of Hot Embossing setup.||D.Deg.||2008|
|22||Dilip H Dapkekar||Analytical Modelling for Cutting Forces in End Milling of Metal Matrix Composites.||M.Tech.||2008|
|21||Dheeraj Ahluwalia||Design and Development of Micro-electrodeposition Process for Laser-LIGA.||M.Tech.||2008|
|20||Amit Srivastava||Modeling of ablation process in excimer laser micromachining.||D.Deg.||2007|
|19||Saradindu Das||Modeling of spark-erosion rate in micro-WEDM.||D.Deg.||2007|
|18||Vishal Barde||Modeling of Ablation Process in Excimer Laser Micromachining.||M.Tech.||2007|
|17||Prasanna D. Sapre||Development and modeling of micro-electrochemical grinding (micro-ECG) process.||M.Tech.||2007|
|16||Jason Balou||Burr formation in Cross-holes in MADI alloy (At UIUC, USA).||M.S.||2006|
|15||Antariksh R P Singh||Improving accuracy and aspect ratio of micro-EDM process.||D.Deg.||2006|
|14||Gaurav Tandon||Development of an Active Roll Control system.||D.Deg.||2005|
|13||M.P.S. K. Kiran||Modeling of Micro-Electrical Discharge Machining.||D.Deg.||2005|
|12||Kishore S. Gaikwad||Development and analysis of electrochemical grinding for micro-machining.||M.Tech.||2005|
|11||Thao Oliever||HAZ in micro-EDM (A higher degree student from France).||M.S.||2005|
|10||Manish S. Puranik||Development and modeling of micro-EDM to generate high aspect ratio features.||M.Tech.||2005|
|9||Suyog S Zende||Analysis and Modeling of Hybrid Compoistes using FEM.||M.Tech.||2005|
|8||Berhanu Girma M||Optimization of Magnetic Abrasive Machining Process.||M.Tech.||2004|
|7||Sandeep Dhanik||Modeling of Micro-EDM process for Micro-Machining.||D.Deg.||2004|
|6||Abeesh C Basheer||Modeling of machining process in metal matrix composites using ann.||D.Deg.||2004|
|5||Pradeep Dixit||Development of Electrochemical MIcromachining Setup.||M.Tech.||2003|
|4||Kaushikkumar Patel||Mechanics of machining using self-propelled round insert milling cutter.||M.Tech.||2003|
|3||G. V. S. Raghuram||Parametric Studies and Modeling of Magnetic Abrasive Finishing.||M.Tech.||2002|
|2||Dattatray Pendse||Process Modeling and Optimization of Composite Machining using ANN.||M.Tech.||2002|
|1||Dabade Udaykumar||Design and Development of Miling Cutter with Self-propelled Round Inserts.||M.Tech.||2002|