prof mohan edirisinghe

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  • Prof
  • Mohan
  • Jayantha
  • Edirisinghe
  • Prof Mohan Edirisinghe
  • Tel: 00442076793942
  • Ex: 33942
  • Fax: 00442073880180
  • m.edirisinghe@ucl.ac.uk
  • Website
  • https://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/extResource/image/01/MJEDE48
  • 2005-12-01
Address
  • 673
  • 409
  • Roberts (Engineering Building)
  • Torrington Place
  • London
  • WC1E 7JE
Joined UCL
  • 2005-12-01

Research Summary

My research activities address global materials processing, forming, manufacturing and healthcare challenges. Major themes of current investigation include:

(i) Novel materials processing and forming techniques with manufacturing as the focus


(ii) Generation and Encapsulation of biostructures for prevention and care therapeutics, e.g. contrast agents, magnetic vesicles, drug delivery carriers and fibrous structures for food engineering in healthcare


(iii) Preparation of coatings (for implants), inserts, scaffolds and new biomaterials for various biomedical engineering sectors


Further details are given in my personal pages at:

www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucemmje/

See descriptions under Research and Group

Research Activities
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  • Generation and Encapsulation of biostructures for prevention and care therapeutics
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  • Preparation of coatings (for implants), inserts, scaffolds and new biomaterials
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Academic Background

  • Award Year
    Qualification
     
    Institution
  • 2000
    DSC
    Doctor of Science
    University of Leeds
  • 1983
    PhD
    Doctor of Philosophy
    University of Leeds
  • 1980
    MSc
    Master of Science
    University of Leeds
  • 1978
    BAppSc
    Bachelor of Applied Science
    University of Moratuwa

Biography

Mohan Edirisinghe was awarded his first degree in Materials Science & Engineering with first class honours from the University of Sri Lanka, subsequently he gained his masters (with distinction), doctorate and a DSc from the University of Leeds. He has held academic positions in several universities (Sri Lanka, Leeds, Open University, Brunel, New South Wales, Australia, Loughborough and Queen Mary, University of London where he held a Chair in Materials).

Mohan Edirisinghe was appointed to the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College London in December 2005 and he has actively pursued novel advanced materials processing and forming research, publishing over 300 journal papers. His current H-index is 38. He has given over 75 keynote/invited lectures. He has supervised over a 100 researchers and has been awarded grants to the value of over £15 million, with over 30 EPSRC grants including two Platform Grants, enabling him to explore novel avenues for forming biomaterials and biostructures mainly for biomedical applications. Since joining UCL, in the last five years, 20 researchers have already gained their UCL PhD with his supervision. A team of 15-20 researchers support his research laboratory on (Bio)Materials Processing, Forming and Manufacturing.

Professor Edirisinghe has been a University of London professor for over10 years now. He was appointed a Guest Professor of Sichuan University in China, the National Engineering Research Centre for Biomaterials in 2008. In 2012 he was appointed a visiting professor at the Istanbul Commerce University (Turkey).

In 2005, 2009 and 2013he was the recipient of the Royal Society Brian Mercer (Innovation) Feasibility Award. He was awarded the 2009 Kroll Medal & Prize for his research on inorganic materials, 2009 (Inaugural) EPSRC-Royal Society Interface Journal prize for the best paper published from the start of the journal to 2009, the 2010 Venture Prize and the 2012 UK Biomaterials Society President’s Prize for his outstanding contributions to the biomaterials field.

He is a member of many journal editorial boards including the Journal of the Royal Society Interface.

Additional Information
  • Bubble and capsule generation for combating specific diseases
  • CMR
  • Direct writing of biomedical polymers
  • Encapsulation for food engineering
  • Generation of novel bioactive coatings with different topographies and inter-locking
  • Mapping of electrospinning to prepare controlled structures
  • Metallic orthopaedic alloy development
  • New patch preparation for drug delivery
  • Novel nano and micro encapsulation strategies
  • Platform science and technology for encapsulation
  • Platform science and technology for novel biomaterials processing and forming
  • Platform science and technology for the development of novel forming routes
  • Preparation of armoured bubbles