Hi, I'm Nityanand Gopalika. Welcome to my profile!
Nityanand Gopalika's Bio:
NITYANAND GOPALIKA has done his B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur India.
Nityanand has worked with General Electric for more than 7 years. His contribution in the area of Digital Radiography is phenomenal.
He has 5 patents in his name.
In recent Nityanand has started working with various startups where he has taken various roles. He was heading the Enterprise Technology Solutions team at Knowlarity Communications.
Nityanand Gopalika's Experience:
Head, Enterprise Service Delivery and Customer Engagement at Knowlarity CommunicationsJuly 2012 - December 2013
I am running the Enterprise Solutions, Delivery, Customer Engagement and Support function of Knowlarity. I am responsible for the solutions delivered to the solutions and their happiness index.
Various.... at Various.....April 2011 - June 2012
Manager - Applications, Lead System Designer at Skanray TechnologiesDecember 2009 - March 2010
Lead Engineer at GE Inspection TechnologiesAugust 2005 - July 2009
- Led the technical effort for the development of X-Ray imaging devices - Took the complete ownership of the system level development of these devices that include hardware, software and documentation - Coordinated advanced engineering research with business leaders regarding significant technical issues, developments and break-through - Developed sophisticated technical documents and data that will substantiate the value of assigned components and systems - Worked with the global team involved in defining, designing, development and validation of X-Ray imaging devices such as Flat Panel Detectors and Computed Radiography Scanners - Worked closely with global customers from their application definition to internal new product introduction, Managed up to million dollars projects - from customer demonstration to designing and customer training - Supervised the manufacturing team for the manufacturing and incoming inspections of various components of the X-Ray imaging devices - Provided technical support to product management, sales and service - Provided technical leadership to assigned personnel in support of all technology developments regarding new components and assemblies
Lead Engineer at GE General Electric2005 - July 2009
Research Engineer at GE Global Research Center, IndiaJune 2002 - July 2005
- Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP): EEDP is a Technical Leadership Program at General Electric, for selected fresh candidates, who undergo a 32-module course (4 hrs. lecture and 20 hrs. assignment per week covering fundamentals in engineering, three rotational assignments in different labs and many leadership trainings. - Studied the existing design of End Packings between the HP and LP chambers of turbines. Using six sigma tools, found a few critical factors effecting leakage (End Packing length and number of seals). Optimized the End packing Design for a particular Steam Turbine that reduced leakage by 50%. - Set up a state-of-the-art digital radiography lab at GE Bangalore. Developed automated techniques to select Optimum Exposure Parameters (Tube potential, Focal Spot, Exposure time, Tube current, Number of frames and Required Magnification) incorporating scatter and beam hardening corrections for Industrial Digital Radiographic applications. - Developed an algorithm to map a digital radiograph from gray scale to the thickness of the object. This provided the quantitative information about the thickness from a radiograph to the accuracy of 10%. Various models related to X-Ray generation, X-Ray interaction, scatter, beam hardening, and X-ray detection were developed and incorporated.
Research Engineer at GE Global ResearchJune 2002 - July 2005
Mechanical Engineering Student at INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYJanuary 1998 - January 2002
Learned and applied basic skills of discipline through many core courses and labs. Performed on a team and worked on various projects. Designed and Fabricated an Air Sealed Door. As my B.Tech project, I designed a linkages operated door and made the room airtight by using an inflatable rubber tube. This door occupies very little space outside (while opening/closing) and does not require any maintenance. Designed a 3D solid model of a bicycle (modeled each and every part of a bicycle - from ball bearings to the lock) on IDEAS.
Consultant at VariousJanuary 2014
Nityanand Gopalika's Education:
Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur1998 – 2002B.Tech
Delhi Public School, Bokaro1995 – 1997Senior SecondaryConcentration: Science
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya1990 – 1995Secondary SchoolConcentration: General
Nityanand Gopalika's Interests & Activities:
Meditation, Yoga, Internet, Enterprenursip