Prof. Ramesh T
Department of Mathematics
- Fluid Mechanics
Prof. Ramesh T, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Cambridge Institute of Technology.
He has 20 years of rich experience in teaching for UG and PG students.
He has 02 International Papers to his credit in his related field and has attended more than 10 workshops and conferences held by various colleges and Universities.
He holds a B.Sc. degree in PCM, B.Ed,degree in PM and M.Sc., degree in Mathematics from Bangalore University and submitted his Ph.D thesis to Visvesvaraya Technological University and thus awaiting for Ph.D degree .
He has around 20 years of teaching experience and is associated with Cambridge Institute of Technology from August 2010.
He is a life member of ISTE.
- Ph.D.(Thesis Submitted), Visvesvaraya Technological University,Belagavi
- M.Phil (Sri venkateshwara university.TIRUPATI)
- M.Sc, Mathematics, Bangalore University, 2000
- B.Ed,(PM) Bangalore University, 1998
- B.Sc., PCM, Bangalore University, 1996
Awards and Honors
- He is the recipient of “BEST TEACHER AWARD” in the year 2009.at MVJ college of Engineering. Bangalore
- Attended webinar on “Algebraic Graph Theory” by K Thirusangu on 1/6/2020.
- Attended webinar on “NAAC Assessment and Accreditation Process for Affiliated/Constituent colleges “by PriyaSagan on 2/6/2020.
- Attended webinar on “Transformation hub” by Sreerupa on 3/6/2020.
- Attended webinar on “Vaastu techniques” by AcharyaAmitTrivedi on 12/6/2020.
- Attended webinar on “Digestive Health” by Nishant on 18/6/2020.
- Attended webinar on “Cognitive Applications of AI & How to build them by JubJosh Applications of integrating physics with AI” by Dr. SuchismitaSanyal on 26/6/2020.
- Attended webinar on “Vedic Mathematics and Aptitude and logical Reasoning” by Suma N R and Srividya on 28/6/2020
- Mathematical Analysis of Transport of Pollutants Exponentially Varies with Time in Unsaturated Porous Media
- Mathematical Analysis of Transport of Pollutants through Unsaturated Porous Media with Adsorption and Radioactive Decay