Chandrachur Chatterjee

PhD Student, Trinity College Dublin

Project Title: 

Biosensor Development for Connected Health


Chandrachur Chatterjee, a Mechanical Engineer with a rich academic journey, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Thermal Engineering from India. His expertise extends across computational realms, showcasing proficiency in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Element Method, Finite Difference Method, and circuit simulation using Simulink and LabVIEW. In the realm of experimental endeavours, Chandrachur excels in Additive Manufacturing, laser-based material processing, IoT, Energy Harvesting, circuit design, and innovative solution-based fabrication technologies. With a robust background, he contributed significantly to the biomedical sector during his two-year tenure as a Research Associate at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. His versatility is further highlighted by his freelancing experiences, demonstrating adaptability across diverse projects. Currently engaged as a reviewer for esteemed journals by Elsevier, he actively contributes to the scholarly community.

Presently pursuing a Ph.D. at Trinity College Dublin in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, his research revolves around biosensor development and energy harvesting, showcasing his commitment to cutting-edge advancements in the field.


Dr. Michael Gibbons (TCD)