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Amit Roy

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Assistant Professor

Mr. Roy is currently a Ph.D. research fellow at Concordia University, Canada, working in the field of tribology (i.e., solid lubricants). His research is a collaboration between the "Thermal Spray Lab" at Concordia University and the "McGill Tribology Laboratory" at McGill University. The main focus is to optimize the microstructure of oxide coatings using Suspension Plasma Spraying (SPS) and High-Velocity Oxy-Fuel (HVOF) processes. In addition, the coatings are being tested for high-temperature wear resistance.

Field of Research
  •  Tribology
  •  Surface Engineering
  •  High Temperature Solid Lubricants
  •  Thermally Sprayed Coatings (SPS, APS, HVOF)
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  •  First Joined: 20th May, 2012
  •      Dept. of Mechanical Engineering



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  •  Concordia University International Tuition Award of Excellence
  •  Research Grant and Faculty Research Support at Concordia University, Canada
  •  Erasmus Mundus Partner Country Scholarship
  •  University Merit Scholarship in undergraduate studies at RUET
  •  Rajshahi Board Scholarship for Excellent Results in HSC
  •  Editor, National Symposium Book (2017), HEQEP, Published by Department of Mechanical Engineering, RUET, Bangladesh
  •  Member, Welcome and Reception Committee, ICMIME 2015, RUET, Bangladesh
  •  Member, Finance & Sponsor Committee, ICMIME 2015, RUET, Bangladesh
  •  Member, Welcome and Reception Committee, ICMIME 2013, RUET, Bangladesh
  •  Team Member (SPMT) (2014-2017) of Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) entitled “Improvement of Research Capabilities of Mechanical Engineering Department at RUET for Producing Quality Postgraduates and Enhancing Research Outreach” funded by World Bank and Government of Bangladesh.
  •  Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh
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