A Collaborative & Diverse Group
Our people are at the core of what makes the Team I4S, IIT Mandi such a unique and fulfilling place to work. We’re proud of the diversity of our staff, with each member contributing their unique skills to the projects we’re working on. Together, we’ve planned and executed some of the most innovative and cutting edge experiments. Find out more about our team members below.
Ms. Aswal comes from Uttarakhand. She joined the group in August 2018. She is intrigued by the tensegrity structures and is currently working on their health monitoring.
Mr. Kuncham is from Telangana and joined the team in Feb 2020. He is working on Fatigue life prediction of bridges by coupling Bayesian filters with substructured predictor models.
Kshitij is from Himachal Pradesh and has completed his bachelors from Jaypee University, Solan. His area of research is structural reliability assessment of dam structures in Himalayan region.
MANINDER PAL SINGH
Mr. Singh is from Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. He is working on understanding the thermo-mechanical properties of concrete to determine the optimum lift height in concrete dam structures.
DR. SUBHAMOY SEN
Head of the Team
Dr. Sen is the head of Team I4S, IIT Mandi. Dr. Sen did his doctoral research in IIT Kharagpur, India and currently, is an Assistant Professor in IIT Mandi, HP, India. His research interest includes structural dynamics, vibration analysis, signal filtering and parameter estimation techniques.
Ms. Sharma joined the group on August 2017. She hails from Himachal Pradesh. Her research interest is to understand the effect of temperature and wind on structural dynamics.
YETURI PRAMOD REDDY
Mr. Reddy is from Andhra Pradesh and joined the team in August 2018. His research interest is on finite element modelling of structural systems. He is currently working on modelling the effect of ambient temperature in bridge structures.
Mr. kumar is from patna bihar and joined the team in february 2022. His research interest is application of tensegrity structures. He is currently working on deployable tensegrity structutres.