Prasad KDV Yarlagadda
Prasad KDV Yarlagadda is a Professor in smart systems, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. He has worked in industry and universities for over 29 years in India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. He was Founding Director of smart systems research theme. Currently, he is Project Director of the Airport of the Future, which is multidisciplinary research project in the field of airport security, facilitation, and risk and continuity planning. Professor Yarlagadda has published more than 340 quality papers in high-quality publications. At present, he is Editor-in-Chief of GSTF Journal of Engineering Technology, Deputy Editor-in -Chief of International Journal of Advances in Manufacturing and Materials Engineering. He served also as Guest Editor to number of international journals. Professor Yarlagadda received number of awards from various national and international agencies both within Australia and number of other countries such as India, UK, USA, and Poland. In 2007, he received Fryderyk Staub Golden Owl Award from World Academy of Manufacturing and Materials, Poland. He is a Fellow of professional organisations such as Institution of Engineers, Australia, World Academy of Manufacturing and Materials Engineering, Poland, Institution of Engineers, India, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, USA, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, USA, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, UK, and Society of Professional Engineers, Papua New Guinea. Currently, Professor Yarlagadda is leading a team of researchers in both aviation security and also manufacturing applications for biomedical engineering and other related applications. In 2012, Professor Yarlagadda also received The Great Honorary Award of the World Academy of Materials and Manufacturing Engineering for outstanding achievements in the promotion of scientific cadres in the development of international scientific cooperation in the field of materials and manufacturing engineering.
Biography Updated on 3 March 2013