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Uday Basheer

Uday Basheer

Senior Lecturer

Disciplines: Education Engineering
http://mech.utm.my/uday/, Johor, Malaysia

Summary

Dear all I am Dr. Uday M. Basheer. I was born in 1967. After completing my primary and secondary education, I pursued my tertiary education in 1986 where I chose Chemical Engineering as my major subject. I was awarded with a BSc of Engineering in Chemical Engineering in 1989. Later I continued my further study and awarded with an MSc in Chemical Engineering in 2000. At the end of the year 2012, I have completed my doctoral degree in the field of materials engineering from the University Sains Malaysia. In my career, I chose advance ceramic engineering and joining with metals as my area of specialization. I spent a lot of time developing my skills in the research and development. My experience up to 17 years old and ability are also recognized at the practical level of solving specific problems in the ceramic industries. This was evident when I have published my research work in the different International Material Engineering Journals with high impact factors.

Experience

Education

PhD December 2007 - April 2013

Engineering Campus-USM (Nibong Tebal MY)

In the present work, three main dissimilar materials were used in friction welding i.e. 6061 aluminum alloy joined to pure alumina, alumina-25 wt. % YSZ and alumina-50 wt. % YSZ. The ceramic systems were fabricated by slip casting and subsequently sintered at 1600 ºC, while the metal aluminum alloy was cut and polished. The diameter of both the ceramic and metal rods was 16 mm. The effects of friction welding process parameters (rotational speed, friction time, joint geometry and applied pressure) on the dissimilar material joints characteristics were evaluated. The thermal analysis of base materials plays an important role in the possibility of friction heat generation and increasing the friction temperature between two surfaces.

Awards

Certificate of hottest TOP25 articles 2015 January 2016

Ranked 8th in the Surface And Coatings Technology journal for July to September 2015 for the title "The influence of the surface roughness on the microstructures and mechanical properties of 6061 aluminium alloy using friction stir welding"

Certificate of hottest TOP25 articles 2015 January 2016

Ranked 15th in the Mechanics for Materials Journal for July to September 2015 for the title "An insight into microstructural evolution during plastic deformation in AA6061 alloy after friction welding with alumina-YSZ composite"

Certificate of hottest TOP25 articles 2015 January 2016

Ranked 3rd in the Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China Journal for October to December 2015 for the title "Effect of small tool pin profiles on microstructures and mechanical properties of 6061 aluminum alloy by friction stir welding"

Recognized reviewer Award 2014 August 2015

From Elsevier Publisher, Materials Science & Engineering B Journal (IF=2.169) (3 awards)

Recognized reviewer Award 2014 August 2015

From Elsevier Publisher, Materials Letters (IF=2.489) Q1.

Outstanding reviewer Award 2014 August 2015

From Elsevier Publisher, Materials Science & Engineering B Journal (IF=2.169).

Recognized reviewer Award 2015 August 2015

From Elsevier Publisher, Applied Surface Science Journal (IF=2.711) Q1.

Sanggar Sanjung Award 2012 September 2013

The term “Sanggar Sanjung” means the “hall of fame” and this sobriquet was chosen by Universiti Sains Malaysia for a very special event. Initially proposed in 2000, the University now holds Sanggar Sanjung Award Gala on an annual basis. It celebrates the outstanding contributions of the staff in several aspects and honours them for their efforts and achievements. A joyous occasion, Sanggar Sanjung is a celebration of collective success and personal satisfaction that honours the creative and innovative spirit as well as rewards hardworks and dedication and an unstinting commitment to excellence.

Sanggar Sanjung Award 2013 April 2013

The term “Sanggar Sanjung” means the “hall of fame” and this sobriquet was chosen by Universiti Sains Malaysia for a very special event. Initially proposed in 2000, the University now holds Sanggar Sanjung Award Gala on an annual basis. It celebrates the outstanding contributions of the staff in several aspects and honours them for their efforts and achievements. A joyous occasion, Sanggar Sanjung is a celebration of collective success and personal satisfaction that honours the creative and innovative spirit as well as rewards hardworks and dedication and an unstinting commitment to excellence.

Sciencedirect TOP25 Certificate December 2011

LIST OF MOST DOWNLOADED ARTICLES "MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ALUMINA-6061 ALUMINUM ALLOY JOINED BY FRICTION WELDING" MATERIALS & DESIGN - VOLUME 31, ISSUE 2 LIST OF MOST DOWNLOADED ARTICLES RANKED 22ND ON THE TOP 25 FOR MATERIALS & DESIGN – JANUARY TO DECEMBER 2011 FULL YEAR

Sanggar Sanjung Award 2011 December 2011

The term “Sanggar Sanjung” means the “hall of fame” and this sobriquet was chosen by Universiti Sains Malaysia for a very special event. Initially proposed in 2000, the University now holds Sanggar Sanjung Award Gala on an annual basis. It celebrates the outstanding contributions of the staff in several aspects and honours them for their efforts and achievements. A joyous occasion, Sanggar Sanjung is a celebration of collective success and personal satisfaction that honours the creative and innovative spirit as well as rewards hardworks and dedication and an unstinting commitment to excellence.

Sciencedirect TOP25 Certificate December 2010

LIST OF MOST DOWNLOADED ARTICLES "MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF ALUMINA-6061 ALUMINUM ALLOY JOINED BY FRICTION WELDING" MATERIALS & DESIGN - VOLUME 31, ISSUE 2 RANKED 14TH ON THE TOP 25 FOR MATERIALS & DESIGN – OCTOBER 2009 - SEPTEMBER 2010 ACADEMIC YEAR

Fellowship recipient June 2010

Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)

Silver Medal February 2010

Malaysia Technology Expo 2010

Interests

Teaching Nanotechnology Ceramic Engineering Ceramic/Metal Joining Ceramic Industries Materials Characterizations Metal Alloy Mechanical Properties

Contact me

http://mech.utm.my/uday/
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