Pinaki Bhattacharya

Pinaki is interested in understanding the mechanics of biomedically relevant processes. In his PhD research (2012; Purdue University, USA) he investigated mechanical stress distributions arising from the fluid-structure interaction between the vocal chords and the air passing through the larynx during speech. Pinaki quantified the stresses and his research pointed to...
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MultiSim PhD Student is amongst the best in 3 minutes!

This year, for the first time, the University of Sheffield challenged all postgraduate researchers to take part in the national Three Minute Thesis competition. The task in hand was simple, “You’re passionate about your research, but can you pass on that enthusiasm to an audience of non-specialists?” Our very own MultiSim PhD student, Ana Sofia dos Santos Leite Ferreira, who...
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Dr Iain Hannah

After obtaining a doctorate from Loughborough University’s Sports Technology Institute, Dr Hannah joined Insigneo in July 2014. His PhD research involved using biomechanical analyses to develop a finite element model of a shod human footstrike and was supported by the adidas Innovation Team. As part of adidas’s Doctoral Placement Programme he completed four three-month plac...
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