The evolution of advance materials should be accompanied with successful manufacturing processes such as joining and welding. My research concerns the joining technologies of dissimilar materials relating the process of joining to the properties of materials. Applications of dissimilar materials joining cover various emerging industries such as aerospace, chemical and nuclear industries. Diffusion bonding, Transient Liquid Phase (TLP) bonding, Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) are examples of the processes used. The research activity is extended to the areas of micro and nano joining by Femtosecond laser for FSL. Coatings and alloying by nanomaterials for the industry related to saving energy and environment is another area of interest. I have 14 years of industry experience where I was heavily involved in solving and characterizations of materials problems from corrosion to thin film coatings. I welcome collaborations related to my research interests
To familiarize students with advanced knowledge of Materials needed for research and applications. To develop the students' understanding of…
Materials Science Course for graduate students  
Physics of Electricity and Magnetisms will be given in this course.  It is an introductory course for Engineering and computer science major students
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