Subra Suresh

Nanyang Technological University



Suresh received the 2020 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Medal for his contributions to mechanical engineering through multidisciplinary research and leadership at the national level.

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  • 2020 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Medal

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