Prof. Suresh A L

Assistant Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Research Area

  • Twin Extruder

Bio

Mr. Suresh A L is an Assistant Professor in the Department of ME. His academic interests include Thermal, Design, AutoCAD, Manufacturing, Engineering Mechanics and material Science. In addition to his interest in academics, he also focuses on research in the area of Twin Extruder.

He holds a B.E. degree in ME from Visvesvaraya Technological University and M.E degree in Thermal Science and Engineering from University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering. He has participated in various workshops and faculty development programs held by various colleges.

He has around 8 years of teaching experience and is associated with Cambridge Institute of Technology from 2013.

Guided B.E. students in their seminars and project dissertations.

He has cleared the GATE Examination two times in the year 2015 and 2020.

Academic Degrees

  • M.E, Thermal Science and Engineering, UVCE, 2017
  • B.E., mechanical Engineering, VTU, 2012

Webinars

Organized

  • Gate Webinar, 11/07/2020 in Cambridge Institute of Technology.

 

Attended

  • Research Trends in Thermal Engineering – 2020 , Bellary Institute of Technology and Management, FDP from 9/06/2020 to 13/06/2020
  • Fundamentals of intellectual property and patent search, Cambridge Institute of Technology, 07/06/2020
  • Tailor Made Nano Materials for application in sensor, LED’s and Water remediation, ACS College of Engineering, 05/06/2020
  • An Insight into fluid machines in mechanical and civil engineering, SEA College of Engineering and Technology, 05/06/2020
  • Interrogation in MEMS, NEMS and Nanotechnology
  • “The How and “why” of transitioning Data science for non – IT Professional, Cambridge Institute of Technology, 05/06/2020
  • Insights to Industry 4.0, Cambridge Institute of Technology, 30/05/2020
  • Two dimensional materials for diverse applications, S.A Engineering College, 29/05/2020
  • Engineering simulation for aerospace and defense domains, Cambridge Institute of Technology, 23/05/2020
  • Graphene – The future Material, Cambridge Institute of Technology, 18/05/2020
  • Process Simulation, Optimization and additive manufacturing for reengineering of automotive modules, NAFEMS in association with Altair, 11/05/2020

 

Publication

  • Thrust Enhancement of a Convergent-Divergent Nozzle by Using CFD (International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology, Volume 5, Issue XI, November 2017)