Tanmoy Mukhopadhyay
University of Oxford, United Kingdom                
Postdoctoral researcher

Tanmoy Mukhopadhyay

PhD Student
, College of Engineering
Swansea University, UK

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Tanmoy Mukhopadhyay

Department of Engineering Science

University of Oxford, Oxford OX1 3PJ, UK

E-mail: tanmoy.mukhopadhyay@eng.ox.ac.uk

Welcome to my website. I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Engineering Science Department of the University of Oxford. Prior to that I was a PhD student at Swansea University, UK. My research interest lies in the broad area of Mechanics and Multi-Physics analysis focusing on mechanical metamaterials and advanced composites. This website is intended to serve as a medium for sharing my research findings as well as for interaction with interested researchers. I believe in keeping the options open for collaboration and would be delighted to share the source codes I have developed during the course of my research for further scientific development in relevant fields. Please do not hesitate to contact me.

I am a recipient of Zienkiewicz Scholarship from Swansea University covering full tuition fees at international rate and generous living expenses for pursuing doctoral study. Before moving to UK for pursuing PhD, I received Junior Research Fellowship from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. I was awarded the MHRD Scholarship for completing masters study at the same institute. My present research focus is on metamaterials and lattices encompassing different critical issues related to solid mechanics and structures. I am actively involved in publishing my research outcomes in high quality journals and conferences. Please refer to different sections of this website for further details.

Research highlights

  • Received the award for Best PhD Student in Engineering (£1000) from Swansea University, UK
  • Successfully defended my PhD thesis titled ''Mechanics of quasi-periodic lattices'' on the 19th May, 2017.
  • Started working in the field of deployable metamaterials at the University of Oxford.
  • The paper accounting generalized form of random irregularity can be read in this LINK. This is a generalization of our previous work concerning spatially random variation of cell angles only.
  • PhD research poster LINK (presented after around one and half year of starting the work)