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S. Rajan

Subramaniam (“Subby”) D. Rajan is a Professor and Graduate Program Chair in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (one of the five schools in Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering) at Arizona State University. He has over thirty years experience in teaching and research in computational and experimental mechanics involving basic tools such as finite element analysis, advanced experimental techniques, high-performance software development, materials development and processing, and design optimization. He has worked as a PI and co-PI in sponsored research from government agencies such as the National Science Foundation, NASA, Federal Aviation Administration and the US Army, and from private companies such as Microsoft, Motorola, U-Haul, Salt River Project, Hawthorne & York, Honeywell Engines, etc.

He is the Faculty Advisor to the ASU student organization associated with Bridges to Prosperity. His current passion is to get high school and college students involved with various activities associated with sustainable engineering.

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