Dr. Devdas Shetty News

Television

TV 7 ABC Eye Witness News
REHAB SUSPENSION SYSTEM
Clip with Dr. Aldersberg
Dr. Shetty's patent on Rehab Suspension System developed at the University of Hartford in association with Dr. Fast of Albert Einstein Hospital (Montefiore ) NY . . . see video . . . read more . . .

Recent Papers

2012 Papers & Presentations
2011 Papers & Presentations
2010 Papers & Presentations

Recent Books

The second edition of Dr. Shetty's popular book "Solution Manual for Mechatronics System Design" 2nd) Cengage Publications, Toronto, Canada. 2011 U.S edition, 2012 International edition.

Recent Patents

Dr. Shetty was recently awarded two patents for medical rehabilitation and mobility assistance.

Havard Certificate

Certificate program at Harvard University -- Institute for Management and Leadership in Education, Harvard University, Graduate School of Education, June 2009, Resident program at HU, Boston

Speaking Invitations

Dr. Shetty was recently invited to present and/or keynote several international conferances..


 

 

Devdas Shetty Ph.D, PE
 

Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Professor of Mechanical Engineering

Phone: 202.274.5220
E-mail: devdas.shetty@udc.edu

Major Patents

  • Shetty, D and Fast, A., "Wheel Chair Attachment" - US patent Serial Number 7766342b2. Two patents 1. August 2010; 2 . June 2012.
  • Shetty, D., Fast, A and Campana C., "Ambulatory Suspension System for Rehabilitation" U.S. Patent 7462138B2, December 2008
  • Shetty, D and Fast, A., "Wheel Chair Attachment" - A utility US patent (Patent filed Serial Number 11/697934
  • A new technique and methodology for surface roughness evaluation using computer vision. U.S. Patent, February 23, 1993. No. 5,189,490. Technology transferred to Pratt and Whitney Aircraft Co.
  • Centering Instrumentation for Alignment and Measurement in Machine Tools, 1978. Technology licensed to Spectra systems.
  • Precision Profile Grinding Attachment for Surface Grinding Machine, 1978. Manufactured under license Central Machine Tools Institute.

 

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