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     Date Submitted:06-01-2010
     Last Modified:06-01-2010 (04:53)
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     Current job:Scientist / Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsGeostationary Satellite control and analysis
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    Objective: Seeking position in Satellite Operations and spacecraft analysis  domain involving

     research and development.

     

    Education Qualification:

     

    Currently Pursuing:             MS in Manufacturing Management (MS MM)

                                                    From Birla Institute of Technology and Science ( BITS),

    Pilani, Rajasthan, INDIA.

    Through Work- Integrated learning Programme

     

    Institution

    University/Board

    Course

    Year of passing

    % Marks

    UVCE, Bangalore

    Bangalore University

    BE-Mech

    2007

    81.55%

     

    R.P.A. P U College,

    Bangalore

    Dept. of PUC

    Karnataka

    II  PUC

    2003

    87.66 %

    Udaya English Medium

    School, Bangalore

    KSEEB, Bangalore

    SSLC

    2001

    87.04 %

     

    Work Experience:

     

    Organization              : Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

    Designation                 : Scientist / Engineer – SC

    Work Experience       : Two years.

    Job Responsibilities    : 

    • To monitor and control the INSAT/ GSAT series of communication satellites.
    • To analyze the satellite health in real time through telemetry analysis and to take the necessary actions in case of any critical deviations in satellite performance.
    • To predict and manage the satellite performance in different thermal environments.
    • To plan and carry out special orbit keeping operations.
    • To participate and support launch activities of forth coming new satellites.

     

     

    Summer Project:

     

    Organization              : Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

                                          Dept of Mechanical Engineering, Bangalore.

    Tittle                           : To study the time dependent softening behavior of heat treatable       aluminium alloys.

     

    BE Project :

    Organization              : UVCE, NAL & IISc

                                          Bangalore.

    Tittle                           : Characterization of metal joints produced by friction welding.

     

    Achievements:

     

    a)      Selected for “Young Engineering Fellowship – 2006”, Indian Institute of science (IISc), Bangalore.

    b)      Presented three national level papers and one paper in international conference :

    a.       “Rapid Prototyping – A Rapid Way to Grow”

    At  “3rd National Conference on Recent Trends in Manufacturing” at New Horizon College of Engineering, Bangalore, 7th and 8th march 2006.

    b.       Characterization of Dissimilar Metal Joints Produced By Rotary Friction Welding – A Study”

    At “National Conference on State of Art of Technologies in Mechanical    Engineering NCSAME-2006”, organized by JNTU College of Engineering , Hyderabad, 5th and 6th may 2006.

    c.       “Characterization of Ti-6Al-4V Metal Joints Produced By Friction Welding”

    At “National Conference on recent developments and futuristic trends in mechanical engineering”, organized by ShriRaam college of engineering and management, Gwalior, 28th and 29th April, 2007.

    d.      “ Importance of lakes and wetlands”

    At “ LAKE 2000 – International Symposium on lakes and wetlands”, organized by Indian Institute of science (IISc), Bangalore.

    c)      Published and co-authored one paper in international journal:

    Microstructure and mechanical behavior of rotary friction welded Titanium alloys”, in “WASET-XXVI International conference”, Bangkok, December 2007.

    Published in proceedings of World academy of science, engineering and technology, volume 26, December 2007, ISSN – 1307-6884.


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