S/o, Late Mr. Prasanta Kumar Roy.
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
An aerospace engineer with considerable experience in softwares like, AUTOCAD, ANSYS, XLFR and MS OFFICE, etc. along with 2+ years of experience in teaching and academic projects. Interested in being associated with a progressive organization which can provide a dynamic work sphere to extract the inherent skills as a professional, use and develop the aptitude to uphold the organization’s objectives.
Presently working as a Junior Lecturer / Project Guide for more than a period of two years with the International Institute for Aerospace Engineering and Management, Bangalore. Have handled subjects like Gas Dynamics, Compressible Flows, High Speed Aerodynamics, Flight Mechanics.
Other achievements include:
Being a part of the organizing committee for several workshop and conferences hosted by Jain University.
Winning college wide appreciation for hosting an event ‘What’s Your Story?’ (a one of a kind event for ensuring mental welfare for students).
Prediction of turbulence behavior over a 2D double wedge comparing k-epsilon and k-omega model at Mach 4.2 – IRJET, December 2016
M.Tech in Aerospace Engineering (Aerodynamics)
(Ranking 1st Division/Class)
B.Tech. in Aerospace Engineering* (Indian Institute of Aeronautical Engineering & Information Technology, Pune).
(Ranking 1st Division/Class)
Senior Secondary (Kendriya Vidyalaya, Barrackpore, Kolkata)
ICSE: (Julien Day School, Ganganagar, Dist. North 24 Parganas).
Designing Software: AutoCAD, CATIA V5 (Basic knowledge)
Programming Language: MATLAB 2015b.
Analysis Software: Ansys CFX 14.5.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows, Linux.
Word Processing and Documentation Software: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Power point, Microsoft Excel.
Multimedia Tools: Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Flash.
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB-Vanderbilt University (in progress).
Completed Three Week Industrial Training from Bhor Industries Pvt. Ltd, Pune.
Completed Three Week Industrial Training from Taneja Aerospace & Aviation Ltd. Bangalore.
Completed ‘Flight Test Training’ for 11 days (from 24th Nov’13 to 04th Dec’13) from IIT, Kanpur; organized by Jain College of Engineering, Bangalore.
Completed Final semester project report on “Determining the effect of stagger and exit angle on pressure losses in a turbine rotor blade for a small gas turbine engine” from Gas Turbine and Research Establishment (GTRE), Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Bangalore.
Secured 1st rank by scoring 86% in the 3rd semester of M.Tech Aerospace.
Was recommended by professors for the final year’s M.Tech project to GTRE, DRDO.
Secured 80% in the final year of M.Tech curriculum.
Was invited by IIAEM to join as a Junior Lecturer for exceptional performance throughout M.Tech curriculum.
IX.NON-ACADEMIC AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:
Secured 2nd runners-up position as a member of the singing group at Sphulinga during 2007.
Secured 1st rank in Vocal Solo-Singing Contest (English) at Infinity organized by Jain University.
Formed and lead a band, The Lost Pharaohs as the lead vocalist, winning 3rd rank, 4th rank and 5th rank at Acharya Institute of Technology, Reva Institute & SJBIT respectively at Bangalore.
Took part several times in a group project as a part of ‘Science Day’ organized by IIAEIT, Pune.
Took part in face painting at several cultural events organized by IIAEIT, Pune.
Has been deemed the Aerospace Department Coordinator for two consecutive years for excellent conduct and team management skills.
a.Minor Project: Project Title: RC Mobile-Controlled Spy Rover.
Description: Using and programming a microcontroller to operate on a terrestrial plane, based on commands received from a user’s mobile phone (via phone call).
b.Major Project: Project Title: Mini Ram-Jet Engine.
Description: A conceptual design and modeling of a miniature scaled-down ramjet engine from commonly available materials to demonstrate its functionality.
Project Title: Determining the Effect of Stagger Angle and Exit Angle on Pressure Losses in a Turbine Rotor Blade for a Small Gas Turbine Engine.
a.To design an aerofoil with given coordinates on AutoCAD.
b.Creating different profiles for 5 values of exit angle (each having its own set of 5 stagger angle).
c.Exporting the design on ANSYS CFX, converting it from 2D to a 3D domain.
d.Applying several boundary conditions and then finding out by several calculations performed on MS Excel, the effect of stagger angle and exit angle on pressure loss in a turbine rotor blade.