Dr Ranjit Shrestha instructs the courses, ‘Machine Elements Design Processes I’, ‘Machine Elements Design Processes II’ and ‘Image Processing & Analysis’ at the undergraduate level. He also serves as a casual course instructor for ‘Engineering Drawing’ and ‘Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing’ at the undergraduate level and ‘Mechanical Engineering Design’ at the graduate level.
He is interested in sustainable design & structural health monitoring, particularly using Infrared imaging, and has published extensively and notably in the field of Non-destructive testing & evaluation.
PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Kongju National University, Cheonan, South Korea
ME, Mechanical Engineering, Kongju National University, Cheonan, South Korea
BE, Mechanical Engineering, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal
Diploma, Mechanical Engineering, IOE – Pashchimanchal Campus, Pokhara, Nepal
Best Graduate Researcher Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kongju National University, Cheonan, Korea, August 23, 2019.
Structural health monitoring.
Non-destructive testing & evaluation.
Image processing & Analysis.
Modelling & simulation.
Renewable energy technologies.
Reviewer for Energies- Journal - MDPI (2021-Present).
Reviewer for Sensors- Journal - MDPI (2021-Present).
Reviewer for The Journal of Franklin Institute - Elsevier (2021-Present).
Reviewer for Infrared Physics and Technology-Journal-Elsevier (2019-Present).
Reviewer for Applied Science-Journal-MDPI (2019-Present).
Research Assistant, Thermal Design and Infrared Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kongju National University, South Korea (2013-2019).
Energy Development Officer, Renewable Energy for Rural livelihood (RERL) Program, AEPC, Nepal (2010-2013).
Corporate Service Engineer, Morang Auto Works, Nepal (2009-2010).
3D-CAD Engineer, E&T Nepal, Nepal (2008-2009).