Subhasisa Nath

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    Research Interests

    Laser surface engineering, Laser drilling, Laser welding, Thermal spray coating, Non-equilibrium processing, X-ray Diffraction, and Electron microscopy


    Dr Subhasisa Nath is currently working as a Research Fellow in Laser material processing at the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering, Coventry University. Dr. Nath started working as a Research Associate at the Centre for Manufacturing and Materials Engineering at Coventry University in March 2017. He has been associated in the field of laser material processing and plasma material processing for over 7 years. He obtained his PhD in multilayer and functionally graded thermal barrier coatings from Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India in 2015. He then joined as a Researcher at University of Chester, UK and worked there over a year. His ongoing research involvements are related to laser surface engineering and laser based micro and nano-manufacturing techniques. His interest lies in extracting material information at atomic level using X-ray diffraction and electron microscopy. 

    Dr. Nath has been associated with several ongoing externally funded research projects. His recent project undertakings were Innovate UK funded LaserCure and APC funded H1PERBAT and H1PERCHAIN. 

    Education/Academic qualification

    Surface Engineering, Doctorate, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

    31 Dec 200931 Dec 2015

    Award Date: 30 Jul 2016


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