President and CEO
Dr. Koul served as a chief scientist with the National Research Council for over 20 years, leading efforts in cutting edge research related to high temperature structural materials for turbines. He has more than 115 publications in journals and conference proceedings, two patents, and published “High Temperature Structural Materials and Protective Coatings for Gas turbines” in 1994. He was elected a fellow of the ASM International in 1994 for his contributions in the fields of superalloys and damage tolerance. He is a registered professional engineer in Ontario, Canada, a panel member of the US based IGTI and a board member of Met and MatTrans Journal.
Mr. Tiku is the product development lead at LPTi. He is a software and a system integration specialist, and is responsible for the overall software development projects at LPTi including XactLIFETM based products and services. Mr. Tiku has been the technology prime at LPTi since 2002 and is the key member of our core Life Cycle Management – Expert Management System technology.
Director of Engineering
Dr. Banerjee is the Director of Engineering at Life Prediction Technologies Inc. His broad areas of interest and expertise lies in performing physics based prognostics, ENSIP, data trending for failure prediction and analytics, design and development of PHM framework for varied applications. He liaises with the Clients and partners requiring engineering and consulting services, as well as manage technical teams within LPTi and oversees R&D collaborations. Dr. Banerjee is a registered professional engineer in Ontario, Canada.
Team Lead, Structural Analysis
Tony gained his undergraduate degree at The University of Birmingham, UK, in Mechanical and Materials Engineering. He worked for several years in the UK: first at QinetiQ in the Aerospace Structures department, and then with Siemens Power Generation (steam turbines) as a finite element analyst.
In 2009 he made the move to Canada, and studied at Queen's University for two years in the Master of Applied Science (M.A.Sc.) program. His field of research was the application of numerical optimization methods to the design of electric vehicle battery cooling systems.
Following the completion of his Master's degree, he worked in Gatineau for Brayton Energy Canada as a mechanical designer on micro-gas turbines and compact heat exchangers. He joined Life Prediction Technologies in 2014.
Currently, he is using his knowledge of numerical methods and optimization to create a software tool for the thermodynamic modeling and analysis of gas turbines.
Senior Materials Engineer
Dr. Gao serves as a Senior Materials & Metallurgical Engineer at LPTi, and is responsible for collecting materials data for simulation, conducting the failure analysis of the components in gas turbine engines, and developing the code ofthe life prediction for the coatings in gas turbine engines.
Dr Gao gained his Ph.D at Carleton University in 2012, and he has published more than 20 papers on peer-reviewed journals. Also Dr Gao is a registered professional engineer in Ontario, Canada.
Senior Mechanical Engineer
Dr. Zhao is a gas turbine structural analysis specialist. He has worked extensively with component as well as assembly level structural analysis of land based as well as military gas turbine engines using finite element analysis (FEA) techniques. He is an expert in finite element meshing and mesh optimization, static and dynamic structural analysis including HCF margin analysis, overspeed margin analysis, modal analysis and interference diagrams. He also works extensively in the areas of contact analysis andfracture mechanics analysis.
Adnan Tahir, is Applications Engineer at Life Prediction Technologies Inc. since 2012. He is responsible for managing the reverse engineering portfolio and performing services in-house and on-site at national and international locations. In addition, his responsibilities include CAD modeling at both component and assembly levels. He is also providing support to the structural assessment team, collaborate with all stakeholders and collaborate with the Academia on R&D projects.
Adnan is passionate about aerospace and obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering from Carleton University. He has worked on several academic projects including designing landing gear systems and light propeller-driven aircraft. He has also completed a course in Aviation Management and Certification.
Senior CFD Engineer
She is Senior CFD Engineer at LPTi and responsible for continuous process improvement, simulation and quality control of CFD analyses.
Veda gained Master’s degree in Thermal Engineering at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University ,India. She has 9.5years of work experience in India. She worked as Associate engineer at Cummins Research & Technology India in the CFD team for the After treatment group, then with Infotech Enterprises as a Senior Design engineer, then with Mahindra Satyam as Senior CFD engineer and then she worked as Technical lead for the CFD group at Tata Consultancy Services. She joined Life Prediction Technologies in 2015.Her main work experience is in Conjugate thermal analysis for the Automotive and Aerospace industry components.
Intermediate Mechanical Engineer
Prameela Obtained Masters degree in mechanical engineering from India. She worked as a senior structural Analyst with Cummins Research and Technology Inc for automobile engine components for an year. She moved to Canada and obtained masters degree in mechanical engineering from Carleton university with CFD as specialization. She joined LPTi since 2013 December as a CFD engineer with expertise in meshing, CFD simulations, data handling.
Junior Software Engineer
Patrick joined LPTi in December of 2015 originally as Software Intern. He now works in the development, maintenance and testing of the XactLIFE system. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Computing Technology from the University of Ottawa.