Dr. Samit Roy

Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics

Dr. Samit Roy primarily works in computational solid mechanics with an emphasis in composite materials and nanostructured materials. He has been working in the development of analytical and numerical models of various solid structural systems for almost 20 years. As the Jordan Chair, Roy provides leadership in the solid mechanics group and expand the research… Read more about Dr. Samit Roy

AEM Professor Selected for Leadership Position with Composites Group

Dr. Samit Roy, the William D. Jordan Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, was elected to head a technical division within the American Society for Composites, or ASC. The ASC Executive Committee selected Roy as the chair of the Emerging Composites Technologies Division. The main goal of the Emerging Composite… Read more

Auto Focus: College Working with Auto Industry for Tomorrow’s Vehicles, Workforce

Ten years from now, cars and trucks will have more electronics and software than mechanical parts, which creates an opportunity for research and innovation. “There is a dramatic shift in electrical drive and batteries, and with this move comes more questions we can research and analyze,” said Dr. Bharat Balasubramanian… Read more

AEM Professor Elected to Nanoengineering Post

Dr. Samit Roy, the William D. Jordan Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics, was elected to vice chair of  a group within the American Society of Mechanical Engineers on nanoengineering. Roy will serve as vice chair for the NanoEngineering for Energy and Sustainability, NEES, committee during 2014 and 2015. The NEES… Read more

Capstone Engineer – Spring 2006

This issue of the Capstone Engineer highlights our new vision for the college and how the specific goals we have set for ourselves will further that vision. Given the opportunities provided by interdisciplinary research and the challenge of training graduates who will thrive in the demanding world of the professional… Read more