Dr. Shyamal Roy

Dr. Shyamal Roy

Curriculum Vitae
Position after defence Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
29.01.2015 Defence "Micro-scale Modelling of Multiple and Higher-OrderDeformation Twinning of Metals
09/2010 - 01/2015 PhD student at Institute for Mechanics, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany.
2004 - 2006

MSc in Physics, University of Pune, India. Major subjects: Nonlinear Dynamics, Methods of Computational Physics

Master Thesis: Elastic Pendulum - Dynamical features of 2D elastic pendulum were studied in my master thesis project.
It is important to use proper numerical integrator to study a conservative system. It is noticed that symplectic integrator (geometric integrator) is better than RK4 in capturing the dynamics of elastic pendulum. It preserves the volume in phase space.
It is also noticed that the dynamic is regular at low and high energy levels, whereas
it is chaotic at intermediate energy level. Resonance of oscillation happens due to the
sharing of energy between swinging and springing motions. 

2000 - 2003 BSc in Physics, University of Calcutta, India. Auxiliary subjects: Chemistry, Mathematics

Working Experiences


Research Scientist in Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. Topic: Strain Rate Sensitivity of Metal

2007-2008 Project Associate in Material Research Centre, Indian Institute of Science, India. Topic: Mathematical Modeling and Simulation

Research Coordinator, Centre for Modeling and Simulation, University of Pune, India

Research topic

Modeling of mechanical twinning in solids


 Prof. A. Bertram, Dr.-Ing. R. Glüge

Brief Resume

Date of birth: July 20, 1982
Place of Birth: Calcutta, West Bengal, India

Conferences  Participated

  1. Raman Memorial Conference 2007, Department of Physics, University of Pune
  2. School of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 2007, Centre for Modeling and Simulation, University of Pune, Indiagram day 2010.
  3. Workshop on Dynamical System, 2007, IISc Mathematical Initiatives, Indian Institute of Science, India
  4. Fysica 2009, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

- International Conferences   

  1. Shyamal Roy,  Prisoner's dilemma with semi-synchronous updates: First order phase transition, DAE Solid State Physics Symposium, 52, 2007.
  2. Shyamal Roy,  Strain Rate Sensitivity of Metals Studying Discrete Dislocation Plasticity, Poster presentation, MuST program day 2010.

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