Research Areas

The faculty is actively involved in several multi-faceted research and The faculty is actively involved in several multi-faceted research and consulting activities with high relevance to industry and society. The department has been at the forefront in areas such as Composite Materials, Bio-fuels, Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics, Biomechanics, Combustion, and Energy Systems, Dynamics and Control, Vibrations, Acoustics and Fluid-Structure Interaction.

Composite Materials

Composite materials play an important role in the development of modern science and technology. The depth and breadth of the advantages of composite materials, the speed and scale of their product development and wide applicability have captured the attention of many industries that seek to exploit composite materials for their intended purposes. A few of the notable applications are light-weight and strong carbon fibre-reinforced epoxy composites for aerospace, automotive, and marine structures, green fibre reinforced plastics for fabricating house-hold products, and construction industry.


Unlike other renewable energy sources, biomass can be converted directly into liquid fuels, called "Biofuels," to help meet transportation fuel needs. The two most common types of biofuels in use today are ethanol and biodiesel. Biodiesel is made by combining alcohol (usually methanol) with vegetable oil, animal fat, or recycled cooking grease. It can be used as an additive (typically 20%) to reduce vehicle emissions in its pure form as a renewable alternative fuel for diesel engines. Biofuels can contribute to the reuse of solid waste and the reduction of harmful exhaust gases.

Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics

The aerodynamic performance, such as the lift and drag, of a body is governed by the flow of air across its surface. Applied aerodynamics seeks to understand and utilize the fundamental aspects of this fluid flow in the analysis, design, and integration of aerodynamic geometries. The field of applied aerodynamics covers a broad range of applications, involving generally any object that experiences aerodynamic forces in fluid flow, though common applications include fixed-wing or rotary-wing aircraft, wind turbines and propellers, ground and marine vehicles, internal flows, avian and insect flight, and atmospheric flows.


Vibrations in machines and structures are typically undesirable as they produce stresses, energy losses, and increased service loads. They contribute to structural wear and can lead to passenger discomfort in vehicles. This research area pertains to the vibrations of discrete systems and continuous structures and introduces the computational dynamics of linear engineering systems.

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Dr. Shivanna







Dr. Arun Magadum

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Sl. No Name of Candidate Status Research Center
1 Mr. K.C.Ananthapadmanabham Thesis Submission VTURRC, Bengaluru
2 Mr. Dharshan B. G. Registered RVCE, Bengaluru - VTU
3 Mr. Somashekar Registered ACS, Bengaluru - VTU
4 Mr. S. M. Mahesh Comprehensive Viva-Voce Conducted RVCE, Bengaluru - VTU
5 Mr. K. M. Kiran Kumar Course Work Completed DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
6 Mr. Raghu T. Course Work Completed UBDT,Davanagere - VTU
7 Mr. Amith A. Course Work Completed SIT, Tumakuru - VTU
8 Mr. B. S.KanthRaju Comprehensive Viva-Voce Conducted The NIE, Mysuru - VTU
9 Mr. N. Kishore Comprehensive Viva-Voce Conducted BU, Bengaluru
10 Mr. Suresha K. V. Comprehensive Viva-Voce Conducted VTURRC, Bengaluru
11 Mr. BhaskarRaju S. A. Comprehensive Viva-Voce Conducted AIT, Bengaluru
12 Mr. Ranganath S. R. Thesis Submission BU, Bengaluru
13 Mr. Vishwanath B. R. Course Work Completed BMSCE, Bengaluru -VTU
15 Mr. Sriranga B. K. Course Work Completed RVCE, Bengaluru - VTU
16 Mr. Manjunath M. V. Course Work Completed VVIET , Mysuru-VTU
17 Mr. Kiran R. Course Work Completed VTURRC, Bengaluru
18 Mr. Rajeeva H. S. Registered BIT, Bengaluru-VTU
19 Mr. Venkatesh B. N. Waiting for Viva-voce DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
20 Mr. Udayashankar S. Waiting for Viva-voce DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
21 Mr. Vidyadhar Pujar Comprehensive Viva-Voce Conducted DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
22 Mr. SiddeshNaik V. Waiting for Viva-voce DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
23 Mr. Govindappa Soragavi Course Work Completed (M.Sc. Engg.) DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
24 Mr. Mahadeva Prasad H. S. Course work Completed DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
25 Mr. Sunil Kumar S. Course Work Completed DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
26 Mr. Nilesh Vijay Sabins Registered DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
27 Mr. Nilesh Subhash Desai Registered DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
28 Mr. Puneeth H. M. Registered DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU
29 Mr. Tanaji Balawanth Shibde Registered DBIT, Bengaluru - VTU

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