MEET THE MECHANICAL TEAM:

See below for the profiles of the mechanical engineering team reporting to Kalyan in the Bangalore office for Coexlion. With a spectrum of skills from analysis to design and mix of experiences the team is deliberately diverse; but there is one common thread for all… a passion for engineering.   ROSHAN: A Mechanical Engineer professional with over 8years of experience…

Introducing Amulya, Executive Director & Electrical Engineer

One day in the year 2012 defined my career. One decision to make. A watershed moment, 2 paths laid out in front of me; which to take? and then no turning back. On the one hand, the path to financial independence, and the start of a career in software engineering. On the other hand, more study, following my passion to…

Altair Start-Up Challenge (India) In Review

At the beginning of April 2022 Coexlion expanded their analysis capabilities with the addition of Shreyas Ravi to the team. Shreyas comes with a background in motorsport engineering from the UK and is a recent winner of the Altair start-up challenge in India. See below for his review of the competition and the key to his success…   The Altair…

Career Pivots: From College to Consulting

As Coexlion welcomes Kalyan as the Technical Director of Coexlion in India, we’ve invited him to share a little more on his professional back ground and his motivation going forwards.   Monsoon 2007, I and a friend of mine from college watched a Sunday matinee, Shahrukh Khan’s Chak De India and set the beautiful beach road of Visakhapatnam as our…

London EV Show 14 – 16 December 2021

Chairman Jeff attended the London EV show yesterday held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London. It is the first time an EV show has been held in London although others have previously been held elsewhere in the World. The show was a mix of conference sessions presenting a series of 15 minute papers from eminent people from different…

Petrol-Head to Battery-Head

I have always been a petrol head. As far back as I can remember my mother would find any form of motorsport on the TV to sit me in front of to get 30mins peace and quiet. I grew up in the UK in the 80s, where endless cable TV channels were not available, Scalextric and RC cars provided the…