Susmita Naskar, Ph.D.
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Prof. Naskar is an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. She was a postdoctoral researcher at the Whiting School of Engineering of the Johns Hopkins University, USA before joining IIT Bombay. Prior to that, She received her doctoral degree from the School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, UK. She received her Master's degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.
Prof. Naskar's research interests and expertise broadly lie in the field of manufacturing lightweight functional materials and structures (such as composites, functionally graded materials, 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. Prof. Naskar's research findings and developments are regularly published in reputed journals and conferences.
M.Tech. in Structures
Assistant professor (2019-)
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
Postdoctoral research fellow (2018 – 2019)
Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, USA
In collaboration with Army Research Lab, USA
Teaching Associate (2015-2017)
School of Engineering, University of Aberdeen, UK
Junior Research Fellow (2014 – 2015)
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
2020: Best paper award with Kishor Balasaheb Shingare on 35th Indian Congress for The Institution of Engineers (India)!
2020: Young Engineer Award By The Institution of Engineers (India)
2020: Young Achievers Awarded by Institute of Scholar
2020: Young Woman in Engineering Award by 5th Venus International Women Awards - VIWA 2020
2019: Young Faculty Award by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
2019: Selected as UK Alumni by the British council and interviewed by the new age media portal She The People
2019: Our paper Condition assessment and strengthening of aged structures: Perspectives based on a critical case study has been selected to be featured in the Editor’s Choice section of the Practice Periodical on Structural Design and Construction page in the ASCE Library
2019: Selected as a researcher to represent India for 70 ideas for 70 years campaign from the British Council, UK for pursuing research during Ph.D. at University of Aberdeen, UK
2019: Served as a judge in the panel on second-annual Women in STEM Symposium, supporting women in STEM at Johns Hopkins University
2017: Interviewed by the University of Aberdeen as a bright international student for their yearly magazine.
2015: Awarded the prestigious Lloyd’s Scholarship from LRF Centre for Safety and Reliability Engineering to pursue a Ph.D. at the University of Aberdeen, UK.
Member: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Member: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Member: The Institution of Engineers
Life Member: International Association of Engineers
Member: American Chemical Society
Life Member: International Association of Advanced Materials
Life Member: Institute of Scholars
Guest Editor: Journal of Composites Science on the topic: Advanced Multi-functional Composites and Metamaterials
3rd International Conference on Lightweight Design of Engineering Structures