Dr. Deepa Nair

Associate Professor

Computer Science



Qualification Institution Year
PhD VTU 2016
M.Sc CUSAT, Kochi Kerala 1997

Designation Institution From To
Associate Professor PES University, Bangalore 2013 Till Date
Assistant Professor KNSIT, Bangalore 2004 2013
Assistant Professor Garden City College, Bangalore 2002 2004
Assistant Professor Ettumanoorappan College, Kerala 1999 2002
  • Chairperson , Science & Humanities Department, EC Campus.

Responsibilities Held
  • Handled various administrative responsibilities.
Expertise / list of subjects handled
  • Experience in handling classes for Operations Research, Graph Theory and Combinatorics, Discrete Mathematical Structures, Statistics, Engineering Mathematics etc.
Research Interest
  • Fluid Dynamics

Research Guidance
  • Currently Guiding one student under PES University
  • • Electrothermalconvection in a rotating dielectric fluid layer: Effect of non uniform temperature gradients (Published in World Journal of Engineering Supplement 3 (2012) and presented in the International Conference ICCE -20 held in Beijing China, July 2012). • Effects of nonuniform basic temperature gradients on electrohydrodynamic instability in a dielectric fluid layer (Presented in the International Conference ISTAM 2012, Pune) • Effect of DC Electric field on thermal convective instability in an Oldroyd B fluid saturated porous media under DC electric field (Presented in the National Conference NCMTA 2013 held in SRM University, Chennai and published in Indian journal of Science and Technology, Vol:6, Issue 2S3, P184-189) • Effects of nonuniform temperature gradient on Electrohydrodynamic instability of a rotating layer of viscoelastic (Walter’s B) fluid saturated porous medium heated from below published in International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, vol10, issue 48,P32741-32746. • Effect of AC electric field on thermal convective instability in a dielectric fluid saturated porous medium published in International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research,Vol5, issue 9, P29-34.