The department has many faculties working at the forefront of simulation techniques from several groups. Faculty from this group have led for decades in the simulation of complex transport processes, starting with turbulent fluid mechanics, and now ranging from fuel cell chemistry and biomedical devices to high-speed aircraft. Some group members focus on mathematical modeling and machine learning, applied to networked systems in biology and medicine. Current projects include development of algorithms and software for both simulation and inference of two-phase flow, cooling of electronic systems, blood flow simulation, uses of machine learning applied to medical data to improve the care of trauma patients, mathematical modeling of brain processes in migraine, unraveling neural communication in learning, inference of network structure of communities of neurons, and mathematical modeling of the process of cell polarization.

  • Prof. (Dr.) Basant Singh Sikarwar (Coordinator)
  • Dr. Rakesh Kumar Phanden
  • Dr. Anoop Kumar Shukla

This group is working on various problems of industrial and production engineering such as (i) Development of Digital Twin and Digital Thread models (ii) Development of Cyber Physical Production Systems (iii) Multi Agent Systems for Production Planning and Control, (iv) Development and Implementation of Sustainable Manufacturing Systems (v) Quality Control in Manufacturing. The research interest includes Smart Manufacturing, Sustainable Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, Coordination of SC of SMEs, Cloud Manufacturing, Decision Science, Lean Manufacturing, Microfabrication, Additive manufacturing, Reverse Engineering, Digital Manufacturing.

  • Dr. Ravinder Kumar (Coordinator)
  • Dr. Rajeev Kumar Singh
  • Dr. Rakesh Kumar Phanden
  • Dr. Umesh Kumar Vates
  • Dr. Shyamal Samant
  • Dr. Sumit Gupta

The robotics and automation area seeks to promote research and develop technologies that enable systems to exhibit intelligent, goal-oriented behavior, and developing innovative instruments to monitor, manipulate, and control systems. Overall, our research spans the following areas: humanoid robots, intelligent control systems, flexible manipulators, mechanism theory, microsensors and actuators, and compliant mechanism. We focus on enabling technologies that necessitate novel design solutions in terms of development of new methods of synthesis, analysis & optimization of novel robots and mechanisms. The team is presently focused on the below mentioned research areas which has got potential applications in engineering:

  • Robot sensors and vision system
  • Analysis, synthesis and motion planning of robots and mechanisms
  • Biped Locomotion: Design and experimentation of optimal energy efficient biped robots with compliance at foot, knee joints, etc.
  • Smart compliant mechanisms
  • Autonomous vehicles and robots
  • Distributed and networked automation and control
  • Cognitive robotics
  • Collaborative/interactive robotics for smart manufacturing
  • Medical and mobile robots

Following members are executing the research and developments for the Robotics and Automation Research Group.

  • Dr. Priyank Srivastava (Coordinator)
  • Dr. Ajay Sharma
  • Dr. Rakesh Kumar Phanden
  • Dr. Rohit Singla

Amity Engineering Thermal and Fluid engineering research group is continuously exploring and working on the recent advancements in the field of thermal engineering. It includes experimental and simulation studies on fluid flow and heat transfer of various engineering applications in the field of IC engines, thermal and nuclear power plants, refrigeration and air conditioning and renewable energy systems. The research interest of this group includes fluid flow and heat transfer, optimum heat exchanger design, gas turbines, thermal management of electronic components, integrated solar combined cycles for cleaner energy, waste heat recovery, 3E analysis of energy conversion systems, solar collector design, lubrication & emission in IC Engines, synthesis, and characterization of biofuels. The team is presently focused on the below mentioned areas which has got potential applications in Engineering:

  • Modelling and Simulation of Dropwise Condensation Studies on Multiple Scales models
  • Modelling and Simulation of Hybrid Power Cycles for Multigeneration
  • Design and Development of Thermal Energy Storage System for CSP Applications
  • Exergo-economic Analysis of Energy Systems
  • Pool Boiling Using Nanofluids
  • Performance and Emission Characterization of Biofuels
  • Thermal Management of Electronic Cooling Components

Following members are executing the research and developments for the Amity Thermal and Fluid Engineering research cell.

  • Dr. Anoop Kumar Shukla (Coordinator)
  • Prof. (Dr.) Basant Singh Sikarwar
  • Dr. Meeta Sharma
  • Dr. Shashwat Bhattacharya
  • Dr. Pushpendra Kumar Singh Rathore
  • Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Sharma
  • Dr. Mayank Chhabra
  • Dr. Ravindra Kannojiya
  • Dr. Mahendra Kumar Verma

Amity Engineering Materials research group is continuously exploring and working on the recent developments in the field of Engineering Materials. It includes the theoretical and experimental processing of advanced materials and composites. All the developed materials are being subjected to large scale characterization starting from Structural (XRD, SEM, EDS) to Mechanical (Hardness, Tensile Strength, Impact Test). Apart from that functional characterization is also been carried out. This team is regularly developing all advanced materials and composites via differently processing methods like Hand lay-up, Vacuum Bagging, Closed Mould, Stir Casting, Powder Metallurgy, E-Cap. All these processing has been carried out in Amity University Campus. This group is working to comprehend the structure of a material, how that structure determines its characteristics and how it subsequently works in technological applications. The team is presently focused on the below mentioned objectives which has got potential applications in Engineering:

  • Potential Application of Natural Fibers for development of Polymer Based Composite Materials.
  • Synthesis of Bio-Resins to develop the polymer composites.
  • Physical and Functional Characterization of developed natural fiber-based polymer composites.
  • Development of rare earth doped composite coating for agricultural implements.
  • Fabrication and Mechanical Characterization of Aluminium Based Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites for Light Weight Applications.
  • Development and Characterization of Copper Based Hybrid Composites for Heat Exchanger Applications.
  • Optimization of tribological parameters for MMCs and PMCs.

Following members are executing the research and developments for the Amity Engineering Materials research cell.

  • Dr. Bhupendra Prakash Sharma (Coordinator)
  • Dr. Pallav Gupta
  • Dr. Vijay Chaudhary

Right from the time the wheel was developed, all the things that man has produced has a justification behind it. Almost all the manufactured items that we see everywhere have an engineering design part in it. The key purpose of Amity engineering design and analysis research group is to apply scientific knowledge to the solution of technical industrial problems. While engineers provide a technical solution, it is very important to understand that engineering design implies a solution that is aesthetic as well. In other words, designers too are involved to ensure that the end product is economical & eco-friendly. The tools and facility available in Amity University, Noida related to Computer Aided Design/ Computer Aided Manufacturing software’s are MATLAB, ANSYS, AUTO CAD, SOLID WORKS, 3D Printer, plasma coating technology. The research going by the Engineering Design and Analysis Research Group team are:

  • Design and fabrication of E-Glass based composite materials for Automobiles.
  • Design and fabrication of wear resistive surfaces by plasma sputtering techniques.
  • Mechanical properties enhancement by using E-Cap technique facility available in department.
  • Modeling and Simulation of design parameters by using various software available in department.
  • Design and development of portable ventilator in current COVID 19 pandemic.
  • Prof (Dr.) R K Tyagi (Coordinator)
  • Dr. Vipin Kaushik
  • Dr. Maninder Singh
  • Dr. Mahendra Kumar Verma