Doon Valley Institute of Technology, Karnal India BTech
PEC University of Technology Chandigarh, Chandigarh India ME
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, New Delhi India PhD
1 years 11 months – Assistant Professor – ADGITM (Formely NIEC), New Delhi.
2 years 10 months – Assistant Professor – DVIET Karnal
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
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)