Work Experience

Vishal Dalmiya                                                                                                                                                                                     Home

University of Texas, Arlington/Imagecom     (http://aspire3d.com/index.aspx)

 

Industrial Research Assistant                                     September2006 – present

Responsibilities:

Research and development of an algorithm for conversion of 2D drawings to 3D drawings in Visual Studio environment using VC++ and C++. The software will act as an add-on tool to Solidworks and other existing CAD software.

 

Immersion Medical   (http://www.immersion.com/)

 

Software Intern                                                         May 2006 – August 2006

Responsibilities:

Development of mathematical model and software implementation for simulation of Ureteroscopy procedure (removal of stones from the kidney) using Visual Studio and OpenGL rendering.

Achievements:

Surgeon from reputed hospital reviewed the simulator and gave good feedbacks.

 

University of Texas, Arlington       (http://www.uta.edu/)

 

Graduate Teaching Associate II                             September 2005 – May2006

Responsibilities:

Conducting problem sessions in Random Signals and Noise, grading and helping students with projects in Matlab.

Achievements:

Appointed as the teaching assistant for two consecutive semesters with good feedbacks from the students and the instructor.

 

Research Assistant                                                  September 2005 – Current

Responsibilities:

  • Modeling of large deformations in Isotropic Organs using Beam Models for the Haptic Simulation of Blunt Dissections in VEL (http://virtual.uta.edu/).
  • Development of a new mass spring model for simulating bent tissues undergoing further bending.
  • Developing a new method of modeling organs using beams and its optimization.
  • Improving the collision detection algorithm currently used for simulating laparoscopic surgery in VEL.

Achievements:

  • Development of the mathematical models for blunt dissection (in the zone of large deformation), mass spring model for bent tissues.

  • Honored with Dean of Engineering for presenting best research activity among all the Departments of Engineering in Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students (ACES), 2006.
  • Submission of grant proposal to NIH.

Siemens Ltd    (http://www.siemens.com/index.jsp)

 

Graduate Trainee Engineer                                         July 2004 –  July 2005

Responsibilities and trainings:  

Preparation of Technical Offers, discussions with clients and overall management of client’s projects. Underwent training on technical details of Steel Plant, Rolling Mills and Sinter Plant Automation. Also underwent several trainings on Project Management.

Specific tools used:

SAP, Simatic 7

Achievements:

  • Best Trainee award for the project Customer Relationship, 2005
  • Procured projects worth 0.1 million USD and participated in technical and commercial offer worth 10 million USD