Shatil is a Principal Engineer for Composites Technology at GE Research, Niskayuna. He has more than 30 years of manufacturing experience including the last 15 years of experience managing and guiding PMC and CMC development research for GE Aviation and GE Power & Water. He has led external collaborative effort on various PMC material and process related activities. He has been active in guiding the research and innovation for speed and business impact. He is passionate about new material introduction, bears a strong thermal and fluid background. His recent work has focused on manufacturing of high temperature composite materials for hot turbine section. His current role is to shape the future of CMC manufacturing for GE as a CMC Automation Platform Leader. Shatil has 4 granted patents and 12 applied. Shatil has a B.S. and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Ohio University.
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