Our research is interdisciplinary, combining engineering design, computation, and fabrication. Our research interests and expertise broadly lie in the field of materials and structures (such as composites, functionally graded materials, multi-material, metals, and alloys) at multiple length-scales involving both forward and inverse problems of engineering that warrants frequent excursions among the boundaries of applied mathematics, physics, probability theory and nanotechnology with an ideal balance between fundamental developments and industry-oriented applications. In product development, it considers early conceptual design phases through to the design and fabrication of novel solutions. Current topics include design heuristics, computational design, design for additive manufacturing and 4D printing. We investigate a wide variety of application areas of mechanical and structural systems across a number of industries including consumer products, robotics, space, biomedical, civil, mechanical, machine design and aerospace.
Recent Research Highlights
Recent Group News
Unconventional anisotropy in multimaterial lattices with isotropic geometry: Link
Young's modulus of "magic angle" twisted nano-heterostructures: Link
Dr. Shingare's work on predicting the effective properties in composites got media coverage at IIT Bombay (Link)
Best paper award with Kishor Balasaheb Shingare on 35th Indian Congress for The Institution of Engineers (India)!
Prof. Naskar received Young Engineer Award By The Institution of Engineers (India)
Characterization of the Essence of Hybrid Machine Learning Algorithms: Link