Nandini Gowda Kodebyle Raju
741 Woodruff road, # 1732, Greenville, South Carolina.
ngowdak@clemson.edu
864-202-8609
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Project Title: Design & development of Coffee harvesting machine August 2010 – February 2011
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NandiniGowdaKR_Resume

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  • 1. Nandini Gowda Kodebyle Raju 741 Woodruff road, # 1732, Greenville, South Carolina. ngowdak@clemson.edu 864-202-8609 1 OBJECTIVE: To work in the field of research and development of fuel efficient and low emission vehicles considering it being the need of the hour EDUCATION Master in Science in Automotive Engineering August 2015 Clemson University – International Center of Automotive Research Clemson, SC Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering and Management June 2011 Visvesvaraya Technological University Karnataka, India SKILLS Software: GT Power, Solid Works, Matlab and Simulink, MS Office - Excel, PowerPoint, Word; Languages: English (Fluent), German (Introductory), Hindi, Kannada PROJECTS Project Title: Modeling and simulation of dedicated EGR for September 2014 – December 2014 gasoline engines in GT power to demonstrate how dedicated EGR Clemson, USA can overcome the existing challenges associated with conventional EGR such as EGR tolerance and control (Team of 3) Project Title: Engine calibration by modifying the design of intake November 2014 –December 2014 runner of 1991 Mazda Miata to improve the indicated mean effective pressure Clemson, USA over the base engine using GT power modeling and also testing the optimized values in the dyno cell (Team of 4) Project Title: Powertrain and transmission systems modeling and September 2014 – December 2014 optimization of Chrysler 200 to meet 2020 CAFE targets (Team of 3) Clemson, USA Clemson University o Powertrain matching and shift strategy based on fuel efficiency and torque requirements for 2020 o Validation and simulation of model for various EPA drive cycles and analyze the drivability and fuel economy Project Title: Developed Equivalent minimization consumption (ECMS) control strategy for Parallel hybrid cars for optimum fuel consumption (Team of 2) April 2014 – May 2014 Clemson University Clemson, USA Project Title: Deep Orange 6 program – Development of MY2020 car for January 2014 – August 2014 Generation Z sponsored by Toyota, USA (Summer Internship) Clemson, USA Clemson University o Understanding market trends, vehicle measurements and benchmarking, legislative requirements, and also generation Z traits to build a car for 2020 o Gained knowledge on systems integration, vehicle integration and vehicle packaging Project Title: Design of economical defog assist system for cars September 2013 – December 2013 Clemson University Clemson, USA o Proactive system in detecting fog on the windshield o Warns the driver to take suitable measures for prevention of fog to avoid hindrance of visibility
  • 2. 2 Project Title: Design & development of Coffee harvesting machine August 2010 – February 2011 BMS College of Engineering Bangalore, India o Developed hand held machine to automate the process of harvesting coffee beans o Awarded as one of the top twenty final year projects in the mechanical cadre across the country by Jed-I group (Joy of Engineering Design and Innovation) in collaboration with Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Toyota Kirloskar Motor Bidadi, Karnataka, India Engineer, Project Planning and Management department July 2011 – July 2013 Successful execution of major projects in the Sports utility vehicle & Multi-purpose utility vehicle segments which were launched in January 2012 in India Worked on following projects in the small car segment: • Minor Model Change which was launched in March 2013 in India • Complete Built Unit (Vehicle) Exports project to South Africa from India in March 2012. • Localization of engine and transmission manufacturing unit – Achieved zero part stock and zero line stop changeover. Studied and implemented various engineering changes in the vehicle: • Early execution of engineering changes related to field complaints. • Proposed cost reduction ideas and early implementation of cost reduction engineering changes, which lead to considerable cost savings for the company. Underwent training in Toyota Way and Toyota Business Practices CERTIFICATION: Automobile Servicing and Maintenance Technology Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India GD Naidu Institute, o Short-term theory and lab course o Hands on experience in assembling, dismantling and servicing engines and transmission. SEMINARS: Topic: Tesla Turbine Engine BMS College of Engineering, o Presented paper on potential of Tesla Turbine Engine being the engine for the future May 2011 Topic: India as World’s Manufacturing Hub January 2011 Indian Institute of Industrial Engineering Mumbai, India o Presented a paper on the topic and won regional chapter and presented the paper in the national chapter EXTRA-CURICULAR ACTIVITIES:  Scholarship recipient from Southern Automotive Women’s Forum for Fall 2014  College of Engineering and Science Advisory Board Representative for Department of Automotive Engineering, Clemson University  Won state and national level theatre competitions  President’s badge (Rashtrapathi award) in Scouts & Guides from honorary President of India in the year 2002. It is highest level of scouting in India for exhibiting leadership and service skills.

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