Dr.Shubha Nagaraj

Associate Professor

Department of Mathematics

Email: shubhanagaraj@nie.ac.in
Phone No: 9902634479
About Me:

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)
Received COST travel grant  to present paper at the International Conference on Superstrong Fields in Plasmas, held at Varenna, Italy (2005)
Journal Publications
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
Conference Proceedings
  1. 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. 
  2.  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. 
  3. 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.
  4. 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