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aerospace scientist

Sidharth Mahotra, Indian aerospace scientist. Activist Greenpeace, Ahmedabad, 2005—2007; Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (associate).

Background

Mahotra, Sidharth was born on December 5, 1978 in Jammu, India. Son of Kulbhushan Kumar and Subash Mahotra.

Education

Bachelor in Engineering, Govt College Engineering And Technology, Jammu, 2001. Degree, National Institute Information Technology, 1998. Diploma, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, 2005.

Career

Lecturer Govt College Engineering And Technology, Jammu, 2001—2003. Scientist Space Application Center, Indian Space Research Organization, Ahmedabad, since 2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design of timing generator and data acquisition blocks in system on chip design for payload controller of Risat satellite. Design of serial data display card for spacecraft interface simulator. Design of IIR and FIR band pass and band stop filters, with various cutoff frequencies, and ripple specified for graphic equalizer design project.

    Design of 16 segment display of attitude orbit and control system-scan mirror electronics signal for INSAT-3D sounder. Development of harness tester interfacing with parallel port. Research in simulating the flicker noise present in filter wheel, used as multipectral filter for sounder in INSAT 3D, and its removal through autozero and clamping, using LABVIEW and EXCEL.

Membership

Activist Greenpeace, Ahmedabad, 2005—2007. Member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (associate).

Connections

father:
Kulbhushan Kumar

mother:
Subash Mahotra