Principal Investigator

Dhruv-Bhate

Dhruv Bhate (ASU Bio Page)
Associate Professor, The Polytechnic School,
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering,
Affiliate Faculty, The Biomimicry Center,
Arizona State University

Brief CV
Industry Experience:
2015-17: Sr. Technologist (Additive Manufacturing), PADT Inc.
2008-15: Packaging R&D Engineer and Manager, Intel Corporation
2000-01: Engineering Co-Op, Tata Motors
Education:
2008: PhD (Fatigue Modeling), Purdue University
2003: MS (MEMS Adhesion Modeling), University of Colorado at Boulder
2001: BS (Mechanical Engineering), College of Engineering, Pune

Research Team

PhD Students:

Paul Paradise (starting Fall 2018)
Mandar Shinde (starting Fall 2018)

MS Students:

Thao Le (since May 2016)
Project: A Non-Empirical Predictive Model for Additively Manufactured Lattice Structures (since May 2016)
Supported by: America Makes
Publications:
1. T. Le, D. Bhate, J. Parsey, K. Hsu, “Determination of a Shape and Size Independent Material Modulus for Honeycomb Structures in Additive Manufacturing,” peer-reviewed proceedings of the Solid Freeform Symposium, 2017, pp. 2148-2169

BharathBharath Santhanam (since November 2017)
Project: Parametric Design Optimization of Multi-functional Honeycomb Structures for Additive Manufacturing
Supported by: ASU MORE (internal), MCIDA
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Hamdan

Hamdan Peringattuthodi (since October 2017)
Project: The Role of Viscoplasticity in Modeling Honeycomb Deformation
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RaghavRaghav Sharma
(since May 2018)
Project: Cellular material selection and optimization for mechanical performance
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Dhiraj Patil (since May 2018)

Undergraduates

Derek Goss (since Jan 2018)
Project: A Non-Empirical Predictive Model for Additively Manufactured Lattice Structures
Supported by: America Makes and FURI

QQuoc Lam (since Jan 2018)
Projects: Metal Additive Manufacturing of Landing Gear Components
Supported by: Air Force SBIR and America Makes
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Alumni

TrevorTrevor Eppley (B.S., ’18) – currently at W.L. Gore & Associates
Project: Design, Manufacturing, Characterization and Modeling of Multi-Material Honeycomb Structures
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Ziyad

Ziyad Salti (B.S., ’18) – currently at Universal Laser Systems 
Project: Design, Manufacturing, Characterization and Modeling of Multi-Material Honeycomb Structures
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