HOD & Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Having experience over decades in academics, I had worked for SJCE for 4 years and headed the Department of Mathematics in Vidyavikas Institute of Engineering and Technology for 8 years. My focal research interest is to develop mathematical models to study Electro-hydrodynamic stability of fluid flows. Together, the development of new mathematical and computational models has given a new impetus to research on fluid dynamics. This field has been extended and applied to interdisciplinary fields to analyze the energy required for transmitting a packet in a network susceptible to multiple failures. Major contributions and the area of interest have been at the interface of Fluid dynamics, Nanotechnology and Applied mathematics. Along with regular academics, as I have collaborated with researchers outside my institution and have proved my competency to perform independent research, my doctoral students tend to work in these areas. I was awarded and funded by a prestigious research fellowship from UGC-Centre for Advanced Studies in Fluid Mechanics to conduct research work on Fluid dynamics. I have received travel grants from highly reputed national and international Institutions to present my research work.
- B.Sc. (Mysore University)
- M.Sc (Mysore University)
- Ph.D (Bangalore University)
- Shubha Nagaraj, Harsha S (2021):"A study on Packet loss simulating a network as a fluid" International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET), Volume 12, Issue 2, pp. 523-527
- Harsha S, Shubha Nagaraj (2020): “An analogy of a network to an elctrohydrodynamic fluid flow to analyze the energy required for transmitting a packet in a network susceptible to multiple failures” International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), (9) 7.
- Shubha N, N. Rudraiah, K.W. Chow (2008): “Electrohydrodynamic stability of poorly conducting parallel fluid flow in the presence of transverse electric field”, International Journal of Non-Linear mechanics (43), 643-649.
- Rudraiah, N., Shubha, N., “Electrohydrodynamic Stability of Poorly Conducting Parallel Fluid Flows”, in the Proceedings of the International Symposium on “Recent Advances in Fluid Mechanics”, pp 287, 2004.
- Rudraiah, N., Shubha, N., “Electrohydrodynamic stability of poorly conducting parallel viscous fluid flow”, in the Proceedings of the International Conference on “Frontiers in Fluid Mechanics (ICFFM-06)” pp 806, 2005.
- Shubha, N., “Electrohydrodynamic Stability of Poorly conducting Plasma in the presence of Strong Transverse Electric Field.” Proceedings of Third International Conference on Super strong Fields in Plasmas, pp 564, 2005.
- Flow modeling over inclined rectangular weir; A new approach. Proceeding of Hydro 2010.
- UG - Mathematics for I, II, III, IV Semesters & for lateral entry students
- PG – Mathematics for M.Tech courses