Sneha Prabha Narra received her B.E. in civil engineering in 2012 from Osmania University, M.S. in computational mechanics in 2013, M.S. in mechanical engineering in 2015, and Ph.D. in mechanical engineering in 2017 from Carnegie Mellon University. She then completed her postdoctoral training at the NextManufacturing Center at Carnegie Mellon University. She subsequently joined the mechanical engineering department at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) as an assistant professor in Fall 2018. She spent three years at WPI prior to joining the CMU Mechanical Engineering Department in July 2021.
She is currently serving as the Associate Editor of the Additive Manufacturing journal and plays an active role in organizing AM symposia and workshops through the TMS Additive Manufacturing bridge committee.
2017 Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
2015 M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
2013 M.S., Computational Mechanics, Carnegie Mellon University
2012 B.E., Civil Engineering, Osmania University
Mill 19 growing a digital backbone
Digital backbone at Mill 19 will make data readily available for advancing digital twin and AI-related manufacturing research.
CMU to Lead NASA Space Technology Research Institute
A new NASA Space Technology Research Institute (STRI) led by Carnegie Mellon University seeks to shorten the cycle required to design, manufacture, and test parts that can withstand the conditions of space travel through constructing models for qualification and certification.
A sweet way to teach kids about manufacturing
Sneha Prabha Narra uses hands-on activities to introduce engineering and additive manufacturing concepts to local grade school students.
Biden calls for investment in American innovation
President Biden touted the importance of advanced manufacturing innovation, robotics, 3D printing, and artificial intelligence during his recent visit to Mill 19.
Metal 3D printing across scales
New faculty member Sneha Prabha Narra is interested in utilizing recent advances in in-situ monitoring, process modeling, and fundamentals of welding to advance the use of wire arc additive manufacturing for new applications and materials.