Mr. Abir Saha, PhD Scholar, ME, was selected for the 2024 Winter Research Internship Program, Polytechnique Montréal. The topic was: Additive manufacture of adaptive structures for aerospace and biomedical applications
Patent on prosthetic knee joint granted to Prof. S. Kanagaraj, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
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IIT Guwahati has built a 3D printed security post out of a novel M40-grade sustainable concrete that included industrial waste, fibers, and chemical additives, as part of the G20 Summit initiatives.
The team of Dodda Srinivas, Dhrutiman Dey, and Akshay Sahu founded Stratify 3D Pvt. Ltd. under the guidance of Dr. Biranchi Panda, Assistant Professor, IIT Guwahati, and established this digital technology in connection with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘AatmaNirbhar Bharat‘ vision. This automated and novel technology established at IIT Guwahati is fully prepared to offer customized homes in India with better quality control and short lead times.
“In this project, we addressed the aesthetic potential of digital construction technology while utilizing sustainable construction materials. Material and surface texture demonstrates the remarkable aesthetic possibilities of concrete printing technology used for the security post-construction,” said Dr. Biranchi Panda, Assistant Professor Mechanical Department, IIT Guwahati. More can be read at News Article