" Teaching is a very noble profession that shapes the character, caliber, and future of an individual. If the people remember me as a good teacher, that will be the biggest honor for me" ― A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Under Graduate Teaching
 Thermodynamics  I
 Thermodynamics  II
 Instrumentation and Measurement
 Introduction to Computing
 Statistical and Linear Methods
 ECS 221  Engineering Statics (FALL 2012 & FALL 2013), Syracuse University
 ECS 325  Mechanics of Materials (SPRING 2013 & SPRING 2014), Syracuse University
 MAE 500  Introduction to Molecular Dynamics (FALL 2015  One session), Syracuse University
Graduate Teaching
 Basics of Molecular Dynamics (FALL 2017  One session), University of Georgia
Additional Teaching Interests
 Mechanical Vibration
(SDOF, MDOF, System Identification, Damping, Vibration Isolation, etc.)
 Heat Transfer
(Modes of Heat Transfer, Heat Diffusion Equation, Heat Transfer Coefficient, Radiation, Finite difference methods)
 Engineering Mathematics
(Differential Equations,Multiple Integrals, Laplace Transform, Fourier Transform, Matrices, Numerical Methods, etc.)
 Molecular Dynamics
(Concept of MD, Basics of Statistical Mechanics, NVT, NVE simulations, Non Equilibrium MD, etc.)
 Finite Element Methods
(Variational Principle, Galerkin's method, Heat conduction problem, Gauss quadrature, etc.)
 Thermal Engineering
(Thermodynamic cycles, IC engines, Gas Turbines, Compressors, Nozzles, etc.)
 Numerical Methods and Scientific Computing (Graduate level)
(Matrix and determinants, Eigen value problems, Finite difference methods, numerical solutions for ODEs and PDEs, etc.)
 Particle Mesh methods (Graduate level)
(Solution of Poisson equation, Classical Ewald method, Mesh based solution of PDE, introduction to Multipole expansion)
 Engineering Physiology
 Biomechanics
 Introduction to Microbiology
 Mass Transport and Rate Phenomena in Biological Systems
 Biochemical Engineering

