Assistant Professor

Dr Jasvinder Singh

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Interests

  1. Additive Manufacturing
  2. Biodegradable metals and polymers
  3. 3D Bioprinting

Education

2008

Doon Valley Institute of Technology, Karnal
India
BTech

2011

PEC University of Technology Chandigarh, Chandigarh
India
ME

2021

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi
India
PhD

Experience

  • 1 years 11 months – Assistant Professor – ADGITM (Formely NIEC), New Delhi.
  • 2 years 10 months – Assistant Professor – DVIET Karnal

Research Interest

  • Experimental Investigations and characterizations of cardiovascular stents fabricated by solvent cast 3D printing
  • Development of a methodology to fabricate customized shape polymeric tubular stent
  • Synthesis of magnesium doped nano HAP through sol-gel route and bioactivity evaluation in simulated body fluid

Awards & Fellowships

  • 2020 – Gandhian Young Technological Innovation (GYTI) Award – SRISTI

Publications

JOURNALS
  • Biological and mechanical characterization of biodegradable carbonyl iron powder/polycaprolactone composite material fabricated using three-dimensional printing for cardiovascular stent application - J. Singh, T. Kaur, N. Singh, and P. M. Pandey - Proc. Inst. Mech. Eng. Part H J. Eng. Med., 234: 975–987 (2020).
  • Surface characterization of polycaprolactone and carbonyl iron powder composite fabricated by solvent cast 3D printing for tissue engineering - J. Singh, T. Kaur, N. Singh, and P. M. Pandey - Polym Compos, 1–7 (2020)
  • A Comparative Analysis of Solvent Cast 3D Printed Carbonyl Iron Powder Reinforced Polycaprolactone Polymeric Stents for Intravascular Applications - J. Singh, P. M. Pandey, T. Kaur and N. Singh - J Biomed Mater Res Part B Appl Biomater, 1-16 (2021)
  • Multi-objective optimization of solvent cast 3D printing process parameters for fabrication of biodegradable composite stents - J. Singh, G. Singh, & P. M. Pandey - Int J Adv Manuf Technol, (2021)
  • Effect of heparin drug loading on biodegradable polycaprolactone- iron pentacarbonyl powder blend stents fabricated by solvent cast 3D printing - J. Singh, P. M. Pandey, T. Kaur and N. Singh - Rapid Prototyping Journal (2021). (under review)

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