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Pavan Pandit

Senior Project Engineer

Gangwal School of Medical Sci & Tech

IIT Kanpur

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He is an enthusiastic young researcher in the area of fabrication of biomedical devices. He has explored fields of conventional and unconventional machining processes. He has carried out extensive work in micro-milling, electropolishing and femtosecond laser machining.

He along with Prof. GL Samuel has devised a hybrid machining process for the fabrication of high quality portable polymeric microdevices used in the ultra purification of blood.

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Research Interests

He is an enthusiastic young researcher in the area of fabrication of biomedical devices. He has explored fields of conventional and unconventional machining processes. He has worked on abrasive water machining of Brass for his master's thesis. In his doctoral studies, he is carrying out extensive work in micro-milling, electropolishing and femtosecond laser machining. He along with Prof. GL Samuel has devised a hybrid machining process for the fabrication of high quality portable polymeric microdevices used in the ultra purification of blood.

He works under the guidance of Dr Gl Samuel, Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Madras. Prof. Samuel is a pioneer in the field of micromachining, metrology and smart manufacturing. Prof. Samuel heads the p-Centre of Excellence for Advanced Laser Material Processing (CLAMP). CLAMP has one of its kind laboratories for laser processing. The CoE is equipped with ultrafast pulsed lasers, continuous lasers and high-quality characterisation facilities.

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Journal Publication

Pavan Pandit, GL Samuel, (2022) "Hybrid machining of P20 die steel masters for the development of polymer-based microfluidic devices to study the effect of surface roughness on bacterial activity", Journal of Mircomanufacturing,

 https://doi.org/10.1177/2516598422114856

Book Chapter

Samuel G.L., Kong L., Arcot Y., Pandit P. (2022) Principles of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Biomedical Devices. In: Joshi S.N., Chandra P. (eds) Advanced Micro- and Nano-manufacturing Technologies. Materials Horizons: From Nature to Nanomaterials. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-3645-5_16

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