Faculty

Dr. Luckman Muhmood

Professor at K J Somaiya College of Engineering

Faculty
  • Department:
    MECH
  • Institute:
    K J Somaiya College of Engineering
  • Location:
    Vidyavihar - Mumbai
  • Email Address:

    luckman@somaiya.edu

  • Contact Details:

    Landline No. : 02266449511

    Extension No. : 9511

  • Office Address :

    KJ Somaiya road, Vidyavihar East Ghatkopar

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  • Curriculum Vitae

Dr Luckman Muhmood is currently working as a Professor in Mechanical Engineering at K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Vidyavihar since 2017. He did his PhD from KTH (Royal Institute of Technology) Sweden in the Area of Materials Process Science. He was associated with CSIRO Australia, where had worked with the High Temperature Research Group focussing on Waste Heat Recovery from Blast Furnace slags.

He was awarded the TMS (The Minerals, Material and Metals Society) Extraction and Processing Metallurgy Science Award 2017, San Diego, USA and the 12th Willy Korf Award for young excellence at the AMM Steel Success Strategies Congress (SSS XXVI), at New York, USA, 2011. He has also received DST-SERB – Core Research Grant in 2017. He has been a reviewer for many international Journals in the area of Materials Science and Metallurgy.

His research interests are related to Process Metallurgy (Slag-Metal interactions), High Temperature Material Properties (Slags, Glass, Salts and Metals), Energy (Heat Extraction from industrial Wastes, Heat Transfer Fluids and Thermal Energy Storage for Solar Thermal Applications, Materials for Energy) and Value Addition and Recovery from Industrial/Electronic Wastes. He currently is expanding his interests to Lead free Solders and High Entropy Alloys. He currently is collaborating with BARC in the area of Materials for Hydrogen Energy.

BTech,Calicut University,1999

MTech,IIT Bombay,2007

PhD,KTH Sweden,2010

    ACADEMIC

  • Government Polytechnic Kasargod, lecturer, August 2000 - April 2002
  • MES College of Engineering, Kerala, Lecturer, April 2002 - July 2005
  • K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Associate Professor, September 2014 - December 2017
  • K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Professor, December 2017 - Present
  • NON ACADEMIC

  • Essar Steel Ltd., Senior Engineer, August 2007 - August 2008
  • Aditya Birla Science and Technology Centre, Deputy Manager (R&D), March 2011 - July 2011
  • CSIRO Australia, Research Scientist/ Post Doctoral Fellow, August 2011 - August 2014
  • MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY
  • PRODUCTION PROCESSES II
  • FUEL CELL AND HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY
  • Process Metallurgy (Slag-Metal interactions)
  • High Temperature Material Properties (Slags, Glass, Salts and Metals)
  • Energy (Heat Extraction from industrial Wastes, Heat Transfer Fluids and Thermal Energy Storage for Solar Thermal Applications, Materials for Energy)
  • Value Addition and Recovery from Industrial/Electronic Wastes
  • Lead free Solders and High Entropy Alloys

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  • Awarded DST-SERB – Core Research Grant for the project titled “Oxide Mixtures as heat transfer fluids in Concentrating Solar Power Plant”, Amount – INR 32,51,600/-, 2017

  • Awarded CSIRO top up Research Grant of AUD 39,000/- for design and fabrication of an assembly for forming molten oxide fluid jets, 2014

  • The TMS (The Minerals, Material and Metals Society) Extraction and Processing Metallurgy Science Award 2017
  • 12th Willy Korf Award for young excellence at the AMM Steel Success Strategies Congress (SSS XXVI), at New York, USA, 2011
  • Won the best paper award by a postdoctoral fellow at CSIRO, Australia in February, 2014
  • Awarded C J Yngström scholarship for conducting research work at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh ,USA, 2010
  • One of the final nominees for the Henry Marion Howe/Marcus A Grossman Young Author Award by ASM International in the year 2012
  • AIR 60 in GATE 2006

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