Dr. Kranthi Kumar Elineni is a Mechanical Engineer with focus on researching and developing Advanced Fabrication Technologies to enable Industry 4.0. He received his doctorate in Mechanical Engineering from University of South Florida, Tampa, USA in 2011 and worked as a Research and Development Engineer at Intel Corp, Hillsboro, Oregon, USA till 2017.
Dr. Elineni worked at Intel's D1X: The World's Most Advanced Manufacturing Factory. His contributions include state-of-the-art semiconductor processing equipment install qualifications, planning and executing equipment upgrades, semiconductor process flow R&D, troubleshooting engineering issues for smooth running of the fab.
Dr. Elineni’s scientific contributions span areas including but not limited to Semiconductors, Nano Manufacturing, Directed Self Assembly, MEMS, Cellular Engineering, Tissue Engineering and Material Science. His works have been presented internationally at prestigious conferences and published in reputed international journals and cited by researchers from various countries.
His inventions in the field of Directed Self Assembly and Tissue Engineering have been applied for International patents. Dr. Elineni is currently devoting his time researching and integrating robotics with 3d printing and developing Deep Learning applications in manufacturing scenario.