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Dr. Motahar Reza

Asst. Professor

Department of Mathematics

National Institute of Science & Technology

Palur Hills, Berhampur- 761 008, Orissa, India


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Career Objective

 

To achieve novel results pertaining to research works in the field of Fluid Dynamics as well as Electronics and to carry out fundamental investigations relating to Engineering problems of practical importance.


Personal Biography

I have been in National Institute of Science & Technology, Berhampur Orissa since October 2003. Originally I am from West Bengal.  I was born in small village, Chandpur (Berhampore, Murshidabad, a town close from my native place, on 31st August 1974). I studied B. Sc. in Mathematics (Hons)  at Kirshnath College, Berhampuore (Calcutta University) and did my Master degree in Applied Mathematics from Jadavpur University (1998). Then I took the admission in M. Tech Atmosphere Science at Calcutta University but ultimately I discontinued M. Tech and I took the admission in Ph. D. course at IIT Kharagpur  in 1999 under the supervisor Prof. J. C. Misra. I worked with Prof. A.S. Gupta ( INSA Honorary Scientist) in the field Dynamics. I was awarded BOYSCAST FELLOWSHIP by India Govt. for doing POSTDOC in Germany. I was working at Institute of Fluid Mechnaics, Erlangen Germany from March 05- March 06.


Research Interests

My research field is Fluid Dynamics. Especially I am doing the work on Fluid Dynamics, Magneto hydrodynamics, Stability of Fluid Flows and Heat transfer in Fluid Flows. I am now associated with Prof. A. S. Gupta and am doing work at Centre of Theoretical Study, IIT Kharagpur. Title of  Ph. D. Thesis  is   “Some Problems on Momentum and Heat Transfer in Flows of  Electrically Conducting and Non-conducting Fluids”.

 


Teaching

In the academic year 2004/2005 I am teaching the following courses:



 Mathematics Quotation
As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality,
they are not certain; and as far as they are certain,
they do not refer to reality
--Albert Einstein

 


 

 


Reza Motahar

Last modified: August 1 2004

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