Summer school at CISM, Udine, Italy during 21-25 May, 2018 CISM Summer School 2018.pdf

Symposium proceedings on "Advances in Computation, Modeling and Control of Transitional and Turbulent Flows." is published by World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore. Link of Book.

New Book titled "Theoretical and Computational Aerodynamics" is published by John Wiley Press. Book Review.

"High Accuracy Computing Methods: Fluid Flows and Wave Phenomena" is published by Cambridge University Press.

"Instabilities of Flows and Transition to Turbulence" is published by CRC Press/ Taylor & Francis.

Monograph titled "Instabilities of Flow: with and without Heat Transfer and Chemical Reaction" is published by Springer Wien-New York.

Textbook titled "Fundamentals of CFD" published by Universities Press, Hyderabad, India. "CFD Book Review"

"International Conference On Metacomputing"

Keynote talk at National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa on December 17 2010 by Mr. Swagata Bhaumik.

"National Symposium on HPC in Academia and Beyond"

TALK at BESU, Shibpur, Kolkata on March 4 2010 by Prof. T.K. Sengupta.

MIT PRESENTATIONS (click on the links below)

PLENARY TALK on DNS by Prof T.K. Sengupta at 5th M.I.T Conf. on Advances in CFD (2009).

ICOMEC-2011 Presentation on DNS in CFD by Prof. T. K. Sengupta, S. Bhaumik and Y. G. Bhumkar

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Courses Taught/ Developed:

At IIT Kanpur:

1. Introduction to Aerospace Engineering (UG course developed/ PG)
2. Engineering thermodynamics (UG core course)**
3. Incompressible Aerodynamics (Compulsory UG course)
4. Foundations of scientific computing (UG science elective developed and taught) SE 371*
5. Compressible Aerodynamics (Compulsory UG course)
6. Computational Transonic Flows (UG elective developed and taught)
7. Boundary layer instability and transition (PG elective developed and taught) AE 617
8. Computational fluid mechanics (PG elective developed and taught) AE 622
9. Introduction to scientific computing (PG elective developed and taught) AE 603
10. Computational fluid dynamics (PG elective developed and taught) AE 604
11. Advanced CFD (PG elective developed and taught) AE 615/ AE 605
12. Mathematics for Aerospace Engineering (PG compulsory) AE 602
13. Aerodynamics (PG compulsory) AE 610
14. Transition and turbulence (PG elective developed and taught) AE 625*
15. Applied mathematics for scientists and engineers (PG elective developed and taught) AE 696

* These National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) courses are available as video materials for global availability.
** This is a core course for multiple departments.
UG: Under-graduate course and PG: Post-graduate course

NPTEL Courses:
1. Foundations of Scientific Computing (UG science elective developed)

2. Instability and Transition of Fluid Flows (PG elective developed)

At NUS Singapore: (All PG level courses)

1. Computational Fluid Mechanics
2. Instability and Transition
3. Advanced Fluid Mechanics

Thesis Guidance and Research Conducted

1. 11 students for PhD: 7 awarded and 4 ongoing.
2. Guided more than 52 students for Master’s thesis degree. (4 ongoing)
3. Guided 20+ UG projects.

HAL Management Academy (HMA)

Organized course at HAL Management Academy at Bangalore on Aerodynamics, CFD, Performance and Stability of Aircraft during 1-6 June, 2015 for middle management staffs of HAL from all its branches. This was taught by four faculty members (42 lecture hours: TKS delivered ten lectures)

Conducted a week long 42 hours course on
a) Aerodynamics, b) Flight Dynamics & Control, c) Computations. During 1-6 June, 2015

Summer school organized on behalf of CISM in JUNE 2008

This summer school was organized on behalf of CISM in JUNE 2008, titled: "Instabilities of Flows with and without Heat Transfer and Chemical Reactions". The course was conducted over five days in Udine. The monograph: "Instabilities of Flow: With and Without Heat Transfer and Chemical Reaction" (2010) has been published by Springer Wien-New York and written by Prof. Tapan K. Sengupta and Prof. Thierry Poinsot.

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