Himanshu is currently doing his Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering . He is elected for a student fellowship in American Society Of Mechanical Engineers and involved himself in competitions and honorable Conferences.
On his way to become a successful Engineer, he pays his every part towards new innovations in the area of Design and Mechanism
Now, Himanshu is a member of Engineers Australia and he is certain to maintain the dignity of the organization.
Some of his achievements is participation in National Level Robotics Competition in January 2012 at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.
He has successfully completed his Summer Training in 2012 and secured 'A' grade in his internship. He built a robot (RH-3): Light Follower with Obstacle Avoid.
Being always interested in science. Inspired by his parents and his Chemistry Teacher in the High School, he originally wanted to study Mechanical Engineering at the University.
His interests during this time are in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and biochemistry. His chemistry teacher, said in his class:
" The boy has the capability to make his career not only in the field of Engineering but as a great scientist, now its for him to decide which field he wanna choose, but I'm sure he will lead to success regardless of the field."
He explained the Mechanism of Hydraulic Robotic Arm: A six degree of freedom robotic manipulator.
In-spite of his intelligence, his impressive study habits resulted in scoring first division in his fourth semester.
He considers stress over the observational part in spite of theoretical portion.
Involving himself with his teammates, he designed an improved five bar linkage which also acts as a four bar linkage. He further improved his mechanism to six bar by using principles of Fluid Dynamics.
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