Santanu Mitra | Department of Mechanical Engineering

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Santanu
Mitra
Associate Professor and Head
Department of Mechanical Engineering
School of Engineering (SoE)
C121F
Block-C, Shiv Nadar University
Greater Noida Uttar Pradesh
India
01203819100
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Profile Summary 

Dr. Santanu Mitra has obtained his Ph.D from Aerospace Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and has been actively engaged in teaching and research in bioinspiration & biomimetics, CFD and coupled multiphysics problems since 2000. He has many years of experience on bioinspired FSI analysis, coupled fluid oscillation inside flexible boundaries of various geometrical cavity, flow-induced vibration, acoustic compressible flow, finite element method and developing fast stable numerical solvers. In the recent past, he was associated with Virginia Tech (2011 - 2013) and National University of Singapore (2008 to 2011). Dr. Mitra has been associated with reputed publications in top tier journals. His research interests include bioinspiration and biomimetic robotics, coupled multi-physics modeling, computational fluid dynamics, aeroelasticity, sustainable energy engineering.

Educational Qualifications 
PostDoc.
Virginia Tech, USA
Ph.D.
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India
M.Tech.
Regional Engineering College Durgapur, India
B.E.
Government Engineering College Jalpaiguri, India
Work Experience 
01/15Present
Head of Department
Mechanical Engineering Department, Shiv Nadar University
I currently work here
04/13Present
Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering Department, Shiv Nadar University
I currently work here
01/12
12/12
Teaching Fellow
BMDL, Mechanical Engineering Department, Virginia Tech
USA
11/11
04/13
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Mechanical Engineering Department, Virginia Tech
USA
01/08
08/11
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Mechanical Engineering Department, National University of Singapore
Singapore
01/07
01/08
Senior Project Officer
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Aerospace Engineering Department
01/02
01/07
Junior Project Officer
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Aerospace Engineering Department
12/99
08/00
Visiting Faculty
RCC Jadavpur University Campus
Calcutta
08/96
08/97
Engineer
Setech (India)
Calcutta
Teaching & Research Interests: 

Biomimetic Robotics,
Autonomous Underwater/Aerial Vehicle,
Aeroelasticity/Hydroelasticity,
Computational Fluid Dynamics,
Sustainable Energy Engineering.

Awards(Selected): 

Awards and Recognition (Selected)

  • Invited for expert talk at several conferences/institutes of international repute.
  • Qualified in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) India
  • Senior Life Member of Aeronautical Society of India.
  • Post Graduate Scholar 2005, CL, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India.                                               
  • Invited for the Board Membership of “Open Numerical Methods International Journal”.
  • Won several School Day prizes for standing amongst the top three ranks of the class in scholastic achievements.

Scholarly Activity

Nishant Mishra; Anand Sagar Gupta; Jishnav Dawar; Alok Kumar; Santanu Mitra. J.Energy Resour. Technol. ASME 2018; 140(12):121201-121201-7. (IF - 2.197)

RV Bethi, P. Laws, P. Kumar, S. Mitra, (2018) "Modified Savonius wind turbine for harvesting wind energy from trains moving in tunnels" Accepted in Renewable Energy Journal, Elsevier (IF 4.9).

P. Laws, RV Bethi, P. Kumar, S. Mitra (2018), "Improved Design of Savonius Rotor for Green Energy Production from Moving SMRT Train inside Tunnel" Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part C Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 095440621878462, 2018 https://doi.org/10.1177/0954406218784620. IF -1.015

Praveen LG, Basina Aditya, Rajagopal V. Bethi, Santanu Mitra (2017), “Parametric Sensitivity Analysis of Vertical Axis Wind Turbine” International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research, Vol - 6, No. 5, pp 385-390.

Praveen Laws, Rajagopal Vinodh Bethi, Nishant Mishra, Santanu Mitra (2017) “Two-dimensional unsteady flow calculations of five-bladed vertical axis wind turbine” 8th International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM 2017), July 25-29th, Guilin, China.

P. Kumar, N. Mishra, P. Laws, S. Mitra (2016) “Development of Integrated Fluid-Solid Interaction Models for Parametric Aeroelastic Analysis” Accepted 8th International Conference on Computational Methods (ICCM 2016), August 1-4, Berkeley, USA

S. Mitra et al. (2013), Journal of Hydrodynamics, Ser B, Volume 25, No. 3, pp- 348-361.

Mitra S. et al. (2012), 65th American Physical Society -Division of Fluid Dynamics Annual Meeting 2012, November 18-20, San Diego, California.

Mitra S, et al. (2012), OE Journal, Elsevier, 39 1-13. Impact factor – 2.214.

Mitra S. et al. (2012), 7th Annual Energy Harvesting Workshop and 2nd Annual CEHMS Conference, August 7-8, 2012, 310 ICTAS, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA.

Mitra S, et al. (2012), JMST Springer, 17, pp: 139-153. Impact factor – 1.119

S. Mitra et al. (2010), International Journal of Fluid Mechanics and Research, Volume 37, No.-4, pp 359-381.

S. Mitra et al. (2008), Finite Element in Analysis and Design, Vol. 45/1, pp 52-59. Impact factor – 2.25

S. Mitra, et al. (2008), International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids Vol - 56/9, pp-1625-1651. Impact Factor – 1.7

S. Mitra et al. (2007), Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 304, i1-2, pp-361-381. Impact factor – 2.618

 

Santanu Mitra et al., (2006), Annals of Nuclear Energy, Elsevier Science, Vol. 33, i8, pp- 692-699. Impact factor – 1.5

 

> D. Vasudevan, S. Gaggar, P. Kumar and S. Mitra, (2019) “Application of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics for the Simulation and Analysis of Vibratory Finishing Process,” Journal of Manufacturing Processes, Under review, ID- SMEJMP-S-19-00942. IF-2.809

> D. Vasudevan, S. Gaggar, P. Kumar, S.W.Y. Ming and S. Mitra, (2019) “Simulation and analysis of Stream Finishing processes using Computational Fluid Dynamics methods,” Accepted for presentation in International Conference on Computational Methods, MBS Singapore, July 9-13, 2019.

> R Maguram, A Kumar, S. Mitra (2019) “An OpenFOAM implementation of immersed boundary method to simulate fluid-solid interaction problems”, Accepted for presentation in 10th International Conference on Computational Methods, Singapore, July 9-13, 2019

 

> A Kumar, M. Kothari, S. Mitra (2019) “A Novel Inverse Kinematics Based Control Architecture for Multi-Legged Robots”, The International Journal of Robotics and Research, Under review IJR-19-3587. (IF – 4.047)

 

RV Bethi, P. Kumar, S. Mitra, (2019) "An OpenFOAM based study of Savonius turbine arrays for power maximisation" under review in Renewable Energy Journal, RENE-D-19-01135, Elsevier (IF 4.9).