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    Research Interests

    Dr Manda’s research interests are computational biomechanics, nonlinear solid mechanics, biomaterials and additive manufacturing, multiscale modelling of soft/hard tissues, musculoskeletal tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.

    Dr Manda has been involved in various projects focussing on computational modelling of soft tissue (articular cartilage) and micro –macro-mechanical modelling of hard tissue (bone), constitutive modelling of time-dependent behaviour and mechanobiology of bone. His research has more recently focused on bioresorbable biomaterials, 3d printing, in vitro tissue regeneration in bone/cartilage scaffolds and developing predictive mechanobiological models.

    Particulars

    Dr Krishna Manda received his master's degree (M.Tech) in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India and PhD in Engineering Mechanics from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. After his PhD, he worked as a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Edinburgh, UK and then as a senior research associate at University of Portsmouth, UK before joining as a lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen’s University Belfast in 2017.

    Teaching

    MSc Mechanical Properties of Materials module (MTS7002)

    Willingness to take PhD students

    Yes

    PhD projects

    - Bioresorbable scaffolds for the repair and regeneration of natural bone
    - 3D biofabrication of structurally graded scaffolds and tissue regeneration in vitro bioreactor system
    - Characterisation of nonlinear time-dependent behaviour of bone

    Open to PhD applications in the field of bone and cartilage tissue engineering, tissue regeneration due to mechanical stimulation and constitutive modelling of soft/hard tissue’s time-dependent behaviour, computational soft/hard tissue mechanics and fundamental mechanobiology of cells/tissues.

    Individuals interested in working with Dr Manda are welcome to contact him to discuss ideas and/or possible collaborations.

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