Fellows

Recruited Early Stage Researchers are listed below:

   
ESR1 Mr. Abhilash Sreekumar
The University of Nottingham, U.K.


Abhilash holds an M.Sc. in Computational Sciences in Engineering from TU Braunschweig, Germany (2018) and a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from BITS Pilani Goa, India (2015) . He specialises in Numerical methods in Solid and Structural Mechanics. He has worked on non-linear Isogeometric (IGA) shell elements and multipatch parametrisation in IGA. He has also been a tutor for Linear and Non-Linear Continuum Mechanics and Numerical Methods in PDEs. He has joined the University of Nottingham as a Marie-Sklodowska Curie researcher in September 2018. Currently his primary interests involve coupled field analyses of porous composite structures.
ESR2 Mr. Arasan Uthayasuriyan
The University of Nottingham, U.K.


Arasan secured a Master degree in Aerospace Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Madras (2016). He is interested in the technical areas of aircraft structures and elasticity. He worked as an Engineer at EATON INDIA INNOVATION CENTRE and his primary assignments were designing aircraft engine seals. He has joined MATELYS as a Marie Sklodowska Curie researcher in October 2018. His research interests are in modelling vibroacoustic performance of complex structures including poroelastics.
ESR3 Mr. Vivek Thaminni Ramamoorthy
The University of Nottingham, U.K.


Vivek holds a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering Design from Indian Institute of Technology Madras (2015). He has worked as a Scientific Officer (2015-2018) under the AGFS fellowship scheme in Structural Analysis and Material Studies section at Safety Research Institute, AERB. He specializes in using Advanced Vibration and Acoustic techniques to solve NVH problems in structural design. His other interests include Astronomy, Mathematics and Programming. He has joined the University of Nottingham as a Marie Sklodowska Curie Doctoral Fellow in October 2018. His primary research interests are Optimization(Meta-heuristics) and Vibro-acoustics(Porous media).