Congratulations to Dr. Sandip Dutta for for being elected a Fellow in ASME. This distinction is awarded to engineers for outstanding achievements and contributions and has been bestowed upon only 2% of ASME’s 130,000 members. To be named an ASME Fellow, one must be responsible for significant engineering achievements, have one or more years of active practice along with 10 or more years of corporate membership in ASME and must be nominated by at least three ASME members or fellows.
Dr. Sandip Dutta is currently a lecturer at Clemson University. Dr. Dutta is an active contributor in ASME K-14 committee and has co-authored an important book on Gas-Turbine Heat Transfer. Prior to this teaching position, he was a faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Carolina, and a senior engineer at GE Power, Greenville, SC, where he invented numerous cooling and materials related designs applicable to large power generating turbines and emerging manufacturing techniques. His publications on turbine cooling, PEM fuel cells, and numerical techniques are cited more than 4000 times in international technical publications.