Suniti Bidikar
Suniti Bidikar
Engineering Consultant
Pune, (No State Selected), India
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Biography

I have headed the process engineering department of Aker Solutions an engineering consulting company. Have practiced my profession close to 35 years in various capacities and various aspects of chemical engineering and feel truly satisfied and contented  to have established a place in the so-called male dominated field.

Now I am a freelance consultant to industries who need advice in some niche areas and thoroughly enjoy the trust they show in me.

 

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  • KIRTI JADHAO asked Suniti Bidikar

    Added Friday, August 11, 2017 at 3:13 AM

    I have applied many organisations but since am not having any working experience i am getting opportunity. How can i start my career? and In which area i should try? please help me?
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  • Darwin, Vancouver, BC, Canada

    Added Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 7:53 AM

    Hi, I am an university freshman in Canada majoring in Chemistry. At first, I chose chemistry because I want to go to med school but since I went to a nanotechnology conference, I have been wanting to be a nanoengineer instead. Now my question comes in: do you think Chemistry is a good major for engineering school? The graduate engineering programs I am interested in are Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Robotics Engineering and ...
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    Answered Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 7:53 AM

    The branches you are interested in would require a strong mathematical background along with physics and chemistry. Chemistry alone is not sufficient. You need math and physics as one has to model process with mathematical equations, algorithms etc even ...

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  • Allison, St. Louis Park

    Added Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 4:56 PM

    Hi All, I received a bachelors degree in chemistry with an emphasis in Biochemistry a little over 2 years ago. Because of the emphasis in Biochemistry I didn't take calculus 3, or physical chemistry. My current job is working with medical devices in an Analytical R&D lab. In this job I've worked with a lot of chemical engineers while helping to improve and design new products and I've realized that is what I would really like to be doing. With this experience is there a way to get a MS in ...
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    Answered Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 4:56 PM

    Calculus and P chemistry are needed for a student of chemical engineering specially when the engineering principles have to be applied in designing a process and not just equipments

    Chemical engineering is all high level math as processes have to be ...

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