2022 International Symposium on Aerospace Engineering and Systems (ISAES 2022)

Prof. Anil Srivastava from University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Invited as Keynote speaker of ISAES 2022


Prof. Anil Srivastava, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA

Dr. Anil Srivastava is Professor, Manufacturing Engineering Department at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV), Edinburg, TX. Dr. Srivastava received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India in 1985. In 1988, he moved to McMaster University, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and conducted research on ‘Intelligent Control of Robotic Grinding Process’.  In 1996, he joined Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Science (now known as TechSolve, Inc.) located in Cincinnati, OH, USA. He served TechSolve Inc. for eighteen (18) years in various capacities, finally working as Chief Technology Officer (C.T.O.). Dr. Srivastava has been successful in attracting more than sixteen million ($16,000,000) dollars grants from various federal agencies (NIST, NSF, DoD, DoE) to conduct research and workforce development in advanced manufacturing in collaboration with other organizations and researchers. Dr. Srivastava conducts research and development work in broad area of manufacturing that can be directly transferred to industry in production environment. During his career, he has supported and collaborated with several aerospace industries such as GE Aviation, Rolls Royce, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, and Lockheed Martin in solving their machining-related issues in real production. 

Dr. Srivastava has been a member of several International Technical Organizations such as SME, ASME, ASM International, and CIRP. He has been an invited/keynote speaker internationally and presented work in USA, Canada, Brazil, China, and India. Dr. Srivastava is also reviewer of technical papers for several International Journals and Proceedings and an editorial board member for the Journal of Manufacturing Technology Research and the International Journal of Nanomanufacturing.

 Fellow SME and Fellow ASME in 2020,

 2010-2013: Served on the Board of SME/NAMRI

 18-Yr. Industry and 20-Yr. Academic and Research Experience, 

 Attracted >16,000,000 funds from Federal Agencies for research and workforce development

Some research topics: 

Advances in Machining of Aerospace Alloys such as Ti- and Ni- based alloys,

·       Application of Atomized Cutting Fluid (ACF) Spray System,

·       Super-finishing of Insert Cutting Edge to provide better cutting tool performance.

Investigations in Grinding of Titanium (Ti-6Al-4V) Alloy Parts Produced by Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 

·       Designed Experiments and Process Modeling

·       Safe Grinding Parameters

 Machining of Composites

·       Designed Experiments and Process Modeling