Born in Maldaha, West Bengal (India), Prof. Subir Kumar Saha, has completed most of his school studies from Vidyasagar Vidyapith, Midnapore (also in West Bengal). He has completed his B.E (Mech.) from R.E. College (now NIT), Durgapur, in 1983, followed by his Master’s from IIT Kharagpur in 1985. He obtained his Ph. D degree from McGill University, Canada, in 1991, and immediately joined the R&D Center of Toshiba Corporation in Japan. At Toshiba, he worked on space robot dynamics. In 1995, he returned to IIT Madras as a Visiting Faculty, before joining IIT Delhi in 1996 as an Assistant Professor. Since 2006 he is a Professor at IIT Delhi. Prof. Saha is a recipient of Humboldt Fellowship and spent nine months during 1999-2000 at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. He has also been a visiting faculty to several universities abroad, e.g., McGill University, Canada, Monash University, Australia, and University of Verona, Italy. Prof. Saha is actively engaged in teaching, research, and technology development. He established the SAE-IIT Delhi Chapter in 1997, and the Mechatonics Laboratory at IIT Delhi in July 2001. His research, consultancy, and training activities with many private companies like Asahi India, Sona Steering, Minda-Huf, SAMTEL Colour Tubes, and public sectors like BHEL, CEPC, and government agencies like DST, MIT, CWDB are the clear indication of the industries’ confidence on Prof. Saha’s commitment. Prof. Saha has to his credit more than 125 research publications in reputed journals and conference proceedings.
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