Neha P. Takawale

Main research topic:

Develop guidelines for flexible manufacturing methods for products that can change and evolve

Current research work:

Design of the Change Modes Effect and Analysis ‘readiness’ rating tool

Demonstrate with examples, consumer products that enable flexible changes in manufacturing processes, by reverse engineering the products


Keese, D. A., N. P. Takawale, C. C. Seepersad and K. L. Wood, 2006,An Enhanced Change Modes and Effects Analysis (CMEA) Tool for Measuring Product Flexibility with Applications to Consumer Products", ASME IDETC/CIE Advances in Design Automation Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Paper Number: DETC2006-99478.

Graduate courses taken:

  • Product Design, Development and Protoyping

  • Manufacturing Processing: Unit Processes

  • Projects in Mechanical Engineering

  • Engineering Design Theory and Mathematical Techniques

  • Computer Fundamentals for Manufacturing Systems

  • Enterprise of Technology: Mind to Market

  • Intellectual Property


Bachelor of Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Pune. University of Pune, India

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