This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 764977.

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Chinmay Pardeshi

PhD Student

I am an industrial PhD student working at Elsyca, a company which is situated near city of Leuven in Belgium. I have started working here since September of 2018. I completed my Master’ degree in Computational Engineering from University of Strasbourg, France. My research interests are in modelling and simulations. I like to take on new challenges and this opportunity, within mCBEEs Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network, indeed fits that description.

Pitting is most dangerous form of corrosion as it is very difficult to detect. In my PhD project, I’m working on developing as well as validating a numerical model that could predict the rate of pitting corrosion on any 3D arbitrary geometry, where the predictions of the model adheres to the systems evolutionary path which is constrained by laws of nature.

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Career Details

PhD Student, Elsyca NV, Belgium

September 2018 – Present

Working on implementation and validation of deterministic pitting corrosion model.

Master of Science in Computational Engineering, University of Strasbourg, France

September 2014 - December 2016

Specialization in modelling and simulations. Master thesis on design and finite element simulations of Lab on Chips at ICUBE Laboratory, Strasbourg, France in collaboration with Bürkert Fluid Control Systems.

Design Engineer, Ambika press metal, Nashik, India

August 2013 – July 2014

Worked on design of material handling Equipment.

Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering,  University of Pune, India

August 2009 - July 2013

Specialization in Mechanical Engineering, Bachelor's thesis on Design of torque limiter for Heavy duty vehicles

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