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Dr. Redkar completed his PhD from Auburn university in 2005. He worked at Archangel system, Auburn from 2005 to 2007. He joined MMET department as an assistant professor in Fall-07. His professional activities include: Member, ASME, Session Co-chair ASME IDETC-2007, , MSNDC-15-1 Applications to Microsystems, Session Sponsor: ASME Technical Committee on Multi-body Systems and Nonlinear Dynamics Sept 4-7, 2007, Las Vegas NV, Reviewer for following international journals: Nonlinear Dynamics, Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, Communications in Nonlinear Science, ASME Journal of Computation and Nonlinear Dynamics, Reviewer for Springer Publishing: review books, book proposals and book chapters for Springer, Consultant: Able Engineering and Component Services, Phoenix, AZ, U-Haul Technical Center, Phoenix, AZ, Archangel Systems Inc, Auburn, AL, Accuwright Industries, Gilbert, AZ, Member of review board-International Association of Journals and Conferences.
Doctor of Philosophy, Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University, Jan’02-Jan?05
M.S., Mechanical Engineering Design, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), India Aug’ 00 ?Dec ’01
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Mumbai, India. Aug ’96-Jul ’99
L.M.E. (Diploma in Mechanical Engineering), V.J.T.I., India. Aug ’92-July ’96
Nonlinear Dynamics and Controls, Machine Design, Inertial navigation and GPS
Dr. Redkar’s research interests are a) Nonlinear Dynamics and Control b) Inertial navigation and GPS c) Design, Dynamics and control of Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS).
ASNT Faculty Grant-2008