- Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Regional Engineering College, Durgapur, India
SVS Software Solution Inc., New Jersey
- Hired and trained employees in USA as well as India.
- Staff Consultant for USA clients
- Human Resources, Managed employees
Durgapur Thermal Power Station, DVC, India
- Maintained a 210 MW boiler, along with the accessories.
Work assignments were designed to develop teamwork for efficiency and for the advance completion of production.
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New Jersey
- Taught a variety of mechanical engineering courses such as Applied Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, and Stress Analysis.
- Taught four academic courses each semester with the summer session included.
Essex County College, Newark, New Jersey
- Taught Engineering Mechanics, Engineering Graphics, AutoCAD and Mathematics (Pre-calculus and College Algebra).
• Designed a Collimator-Shutter Assembly for a medical instrument used for detection of lead in bone with I-DEAS Solid Modeling and System Assembly module.
• Designed automotive driveline Cardan Joint using PRO/ENGINEER package.
• Developed a graphic software for Computer Aided Process Planning using HOOPS routines called through a FORTRAN program.
• Developed a computer vision principle to develop digital images of three-dimensional objects for a computerized robot to sense and recognize the object and to automate the manufacturing process.
• Developed a high-level object-oriented program in C language for a 6-degree of freedom robot to perform wide varieties of tasks in a complex three-dimensional environment that required both translation and rotation of robot links.
• Developed a routine in AML/3 robot control language for IBM RS-1 robot that runs of series-1 computer (or IBM personal computer).
Developed a computer-aided design procedure for minimizing the adverse effects of the inertia-induced forces by optimizing mass redistribution amongst the links of high-speed general spatial linkages.
- Rahman, S., and Fischer, I. S., “Kinematics of the Generalized Slider-Crank Mechanism” Advances in Design Automation, DE-Vol. 65-1, ASME 1993, pp. 325-331.
- Rahman, S., and Fischer, I. S., “Dynamics of the Generalized Slider-Crank Mechanism” Advances in Design Automation, DE-Vol. 65-1, ASME 1993, pp. 333-340.