Dr. Shanthi S R
Professor & Dean
Department of Basic Sciences
- Fluid Mechanics
Dr.Shanthi S R, is Professor and Dean in the Department of Basic Sciences and In-charge of first year Engineering at Cambridge Institute of Technology.
Dr. Shanthi obtained her Ph.D degree from Bangalore University in the field Fluid Mechanics. She has 07 International Papers to her credit in her related field. She has attended more than 15 workshops/conferences in different colleges around the city.
She is a life member of ISTE
She holds a B.Sc degree from Madurai Kamaraj University and an M.Sc in Mathematics from M S University and obtained Ph.D under Bangalore University. She has participated in various workshops and faculty development programs held by various colleges.
She has around 28 years of teaching experience and is associated with Cambridge Institute of Technology from 2008.
She is presently guiding two students for Ph.D under Visvesvaraya Technological University.
- Completed Ph.D., Bangalore University, 2014
- M.Sc, Mathematics, M S University , 1992
- B.Sc.,PCM , Madurai Kamaraj University,1990
Awards and Honors
- She has received BEST TEACHER AWARD in the year 1997. Achieved “100%” results in Engineering Mathematics I in the year 1998, 2002, 2003, 2008.
- Achieved “100%” results in Engineering Mathematics II in the year 2005, 2009.
- Achieved “100%” results in Engineering Mathematics III in the year 2011.
- “COVID -19 Pandemic management in current and post scenario” by Dr. Giridhara Upadhyaya,Professor in Microbiology, KIMS, Bangalore.
- National Webinar on “Two Dimensional Materials for Diverse Applications” on 23rd May 2020 by Dr. Pratap Vishnoi, Materials Research Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.
- Organised webinar on “Vedic Mathematics, Aptitude and Logical Reasoning” on 29th June 2020, through Department of Basic Sciences, Cambridge Institute of Technology.
- Organised and participated positively in motivating students to conduct webinars from all the sections.
- National Webinar on “Two Dimensional Materials for Diverse Applications” on 23rd May 2020 by Pratap Vishnoi, Materials Research Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA.
- Attended webinar on “Fluid dynamics and its application” on 28 and 29th May 2020, organised by Govt. First grade college, Vijayanagar, Bangalore.
- Attended webinar on “Vedic Mathematics, Aptitude and Logical Reasoning” on 29th June 2020, organised through Department of Basic Sciences, Cambridge Institute of Technology.
- Attended webinar on “Cancer in female: Awareness, Screening and Prevention” held on 17th June 2020 at Cambridge Institute of Technology, Bengaluru.
- Attended webinar on “Algebraic graph theory” organized by Govt Science College for men Nandanam, Chennai-35 on 1st June 2020.
- Attended two days international webinar on “Fluid Dynamics and its Applications On 28th * 29 th May 2020 organised by government first grade college,Bangalore
- Attended National Webinar on “ Two dimensional materials for diverse applications” on 23rd may 2020.
- Accomplished refresher quiz on OBE & Accreditation ( NBA & NAAC ) conducted by SKIT Bangalore.
- “Mixed Convective Flow around a Heated Vertical Slender Cylinder with Spatio-Temporal Stretching”, Journal of Magnetohydrodynamics, Plasma and Space Research, Vol 19 (4) 2017, 475-491.
- “Axissymetric flow of a nanofluid past a vertical slender cylinder in the presence of a transverse magnetic fluid”, Journal of Nanofluid, Vol 5 (9) 2016, 101-109.
- “Heat Transfer in an Upper Convected Maxwell Fluid with Fluid Particle Suspension”, Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics , Vol. 7 (3) 06/2015, 369-386.
- “Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer over a Permeable Stretching Cylinder”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 7 (1) 2014, 111-120.
- “Axisymmetric Magneto-Hydrodynamic (MHD) Flow and Heat Transfer at a Non-Isothermal Stretching Cylinder”, Applied Mathematics and Computation, Vol 219 (8) 2012, 3993-4005.
- “Non-Newtonian Power – Law Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer over a Non- Linearly Stretching Surface”, Applied Mathematics, Vol 3, 2012, 425-435.
- “Effect of Chemical Reaction on the Convective Axisymmetric Flow over a Vertical Slender Cylinder”, Communicated to Int. J of Thermal Sciences.
- “Magnetic Field Effects on Axisymmetric Free Convective Flow of a Nanofluid Past a Vertical Slender Cylinder”, Communicated to Int. J of Heat and Mass Transfer.