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Sampada Bodkhe
B.E. (VTU, India), M.Tech. (IIT Kanpur, India), Ph.D. (Polytechnique Montréal)

Research interests and affiliations

Research interests
  • Intelligent Structures
  • Multifunctional Materials
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Composite Materials
  • Design and Optimization
Expertise type(s) (NSERC subjects)
  • 1604 Manufacturing
  • 1702 Advanced manufacturing
  • 2001 Materials structure, properties and testing
  • 2002 Materials processing/fabrication
  • 2007 Composites
  • 2108 Aerospace, aeronautical and automotive engineering


Recent publications
Journal article
Testoni, O., Bergamini, A., Bodkhe, S. & Ermanni, P. (2020). A novel concept for adaptive friction damper based on electrostatic adhesion. Smart Materials and Structures, 29(10), 10 pages. Retrieved from
Journal article
Bodkhe, S. & Ermanni, P. (2020). 3D printing of multifunctional materials for sensing and actuation: Merging piezoelectricity with shape memory. European Polymer Journal, 132, 8 pages. Retrieved from
Journal article
Bodkhe, S., Vigo, L., Zhu, S., Testoni, O., Aegerter, N. & Ermanni, P. (2020). 3D printing to integrate actuators into composites. Additive Manufacturing, 35, 8 pages. Retrieved from
Conference paper
Testoni, O., Bodkhe, S., Ermanni, P. & Bergamini, A. (2020). Mechanical Characterization of a Novel Concept of Adaptive Electrostatic Friction Damper. Paper presented at the Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (ASME 2020) (7 pages). Retrieved from


MEC 1420 - Strength of materials

MEC6953K C.Spéc - Additive manufacturing of polymers and composites


  • B.E., Mechanical Engineering (Visvesvaraya Technological University, Bangalore, India)
  • M. Tech., Aerospace Engineering (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, India)
  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering (Polytechnique Montréal)
  • Post-doctoral researcher (ETH Zurich)

News about Sampada Bodkhe

NEWS | June 22, 2021
Discovery grants: Polytechnique Montréal obtains nearly $3,9 million for research programs | Read