Dr Arti Siddhpura










Dr Arti Siddhpura

On-Campus Lecturer

School of Mechanical Engineering

Room 505

Bentley Campus

+61 8 9321 1702



BEng, MEng, PhD


Dr. Arti Siddhpura is an academic with 16 years of experience in teaching various Mechanical Engineering units at Australian and overseas universities.

She is an expert in the development and delivery of various mechanical engineering units at bachelors and master’s level in synchronous and asynchronous mode with a strong focus on proven adult learning theories. She has extensive knowledge of various aspects involved in the delivery of mechanical engineering course in face-to-face, blended and fully online delivery modes. Arti has been working with EIT since 2017 as a lecturer in mechanical engineering and has been teaching various mechanical engineering units at bachelors and masters’ level in addition to supervising masters’ thesis. In her current role as RPL coordinator, she is also in charge of coordinating the RPL process, RPL quality assurance, communication between various stakeholders involved in every aspect of RPL, drafting RPL guidelines and policies and organizing relevant PD and training sessions. 

Arti's Ph.D. project was partly supported by prestigious CIEAM (CRC for Infrastructure and Engineering Asset Management) scholarship and hence based on the research requirements of the industry partners her project mainly focuses on stick-slip vibration-based diagnosis and prognosis of the cutting tool wear. Her research interests lie in the area of condition monitoring and automation with a focus on improving unmanned tool wear prediction methods.

Fields of Research
  • Mechanical Engineering (0913)
  • Manufacturing Engineering (0910)
  • Machine Tools (091003)
  • Dynamics, Vibration and Vibration Control (091304)
Research Interest
  • Condition monitoring of machine tools
  • Prognosis of tool wear
  • Manufacturing automation
Administrative responsibilities
  • RPL Coordinator
  • Staff Professional Development Coordinator
  • Chair – Teaching and Learning
  • Course Coordinator – GCSR
  • Member – Board of Studies
Currently teaching courses/programs
  • BSC105C Mechanics of Machines
  • BSC203C Engineering Design and Drawing
  • BME204S Mechanical Design
  • BME306S Manufacturing Processes and Technology
  • MME504 Pumps, Compressors, Turbines and Drives
  • DEng602 Technology Evaluation and Intellectual Property
Teaching Experience (Tertiary)
  • 18 Years


  1. Constraint Control of a Simulated Ore Crushing Circuit
  2. Simulation of Sensor Signal Wireless Transmission of Real-time, Onboard Condition Monitoring System of Wheel Bearings in The Heavy Rail Haulage in the Iron Ore Pilbara Region (Western Australia)
  3. A Comparative Study on Regression Algorithms for Condition Monitoring of a Hydraulic System
  1. A project to mitigate Human Factors that aggravate Information Systems Risk at large, multicampus K-12 institutions in the GCC Region
  2. Development of a feasible industrial scale heavy liquid separation process
  1. Siddhpura, A. & Paurobally, R. 2013. A review of flank wear prediction methods for tool condition monitoring in a turning process. The International Journal of Advanced Technology, 65, 371-393.
  2. Siddhpura, A. & Paurobally, R. 2012. A study of the effects of friction on flank wear and the role of friction in tool wear monitoring. Australian Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 10,
  3. Siddhpura M, Siddhpura A and Bhave S, (2008) Vibration as a parameter for monitoring the health of precision machine tools. in Conference, Coimbatore (India):  Macmillan India
  4. Siddhpura, A. & Paurobally, R. 2013. Time domain analysis of stick-slip vibrations during flank wear in an orthogonal turning process, in International Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing and Operations Management, ISOM 2013, Mauritius.
  5. Siddhpura, A. Siddhpura, R. Paurobally (2017), Chatter stability prediction for a flexible tool-workpiece system in a turning process. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 1-16.
  6. Siddhpura, A., Indumathi, V. and Siddhpura, M., 2020. Current state of research in application of disruptive technologies in engineering education. Procedia Computer Science, 172, pp.494-501.
  7. Siddhpura, A., & Siddhpura, M. (2020). Plagiarism, Contract Cheating and Other Academic Misconducts in Online Engineering Education: Analysis, Detection and Prevention Strategies. 2020 IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning for Engineering (TALE), 112–119.
  8. Siddhpura, A., & Siddhpura, M. (2021 – accepted manuscript). Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Training Tools and Techniques for Engineering Lecturers of Online and Face-To-Face Delivery Modes. 2021 International e-Engineering Education Services Conference (e-Engineering).
  9. Siddhpura, A., & Siddhpura, M. (2021 – accepted manuscript). Development, Implementation and Analysis of Effectiveness of Online Synchronous and Asynchronous Instructions for Engineering Graphics Course. 2021 International e-Engineering Education Services Conference (e-Engineering).
  10. Siddhpura, A., Siddhpura, M., Evangelista, A. & Indumathi, V. (2021 – accepted manuscript). The success of e-Learning implementation for engineering courses: Case study – EIT. 2021 International e-Engineering Education Services Conference (e-Engineering).

Publications and News

Dr Akhlaqur Rahman

A glance at engineering skill gaps, and how to address them

1 August, 2022
Looking at the year ahead, we approached EIT lecturers, esteemed academics and industry professionals, to share their wisdom and identify potential engineering skill gaps which could be faced in 2023. We posed the following three questions to each of our experts: What are some skill gaps engineers could possibly face...Read More
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Plant Residue That Generates Electricity: EIT Academics Contribute To Sustainability Education In India

13 June, 2022
Biomass power production will play an important part in the sustainable energy future. So when the call came to academically contribute to sustainability, three EIT academics jumped at the opportunity. Dr Harisinh Parmar our Lab coordinator, Dr Milind Siddhpura, Course coordinator for Mechanical Engineering and Dr Arti Siddhpura a Lecturer...Read More

Engineering Institute of Technology's women in engineering

10 March, 2022
There’s been a continuing influx of women studying in the field of engineering and ultimately joining the workforce and contributing to academia. There have been numerous discussions about closing the gender gap and weeding out discrimination, and sure there’s been tremendous progress made, however, the pursuit is far from complete....Read More
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Revised Semiempirical Approach to Predict the Occurrence of Twinning in Titanium Alloys

2 December, 2021
A revised semiempirical approach, considering the average values of the valence electron to atom ratio (e/a̅) and a difference in atomic radii of alloying element/s and the base element (Δr̅), is proposed to predict the twin formation in titanium alloys. The revised e/a̅ versus Δr̅ diagram is plotted, considering the...Read More
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The success of e-Learning implementation for engineering courses: Case study - EIT

2 July, 2021
Globally, the ease of internet access has had a positive effect on the education sector. Many higher education institutions are leveraging this opportunity and are strongly investing in e-Learning systems offering courses in various disciplines. Engineering courses are challenging on their own, but to teach and engage e-learners' in first...Read More
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Development, Implementation And Analysis Of Effectiveness Of Online Synchronous And Asynchronous Instructions For Engineering Graphics Course

2 July, 2021
This paper presents the tools and techniques used for the development of synchronous and asynchronous instructions for online delivery of Engineering Graphics course for undergraduate students at the Engineering Institute of Technology as a part of blended delivery of this unit. The paper discusses how the online course was designed...Read More
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Synchronous And Asynchronous Online Training Tools and Techniques For Engineering Lecturers Of Online And Face-To-Face Delivery Modes

2 July, 2021
This article discusses various tools and techniques used for training novice and experienced lecturers on how to use different synchronous and asynchronous instruction methods to deliver numerous engineering subjects online and on-campus in the blended form at the Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT). Didactic training techniques and tools were developed...Read More
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Plagiarism, Contract Cheating And Other Academic Misconducts In Online Engineering Education: Analysis, Detection And Prevention Strategies

8 March, 2021
Various types of academic misconducts including plagiarism have recently been a matter of concern for engineering educators and administrators. Apart from being a form of academic misconduct, plagiarism hinders the students from developing critical thinking and analysis abilities. If the issue is related with another newer form of academic misconduct...Read More
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Current state of research in application of disruptive technologies in engineering education

12 June, 2020
Disruptive innovation technologies have made their way in the field of academia during the past few years. A plethora of literature exists investigating the applications of various disruptive technologies in the field of engineering education. The directions for future research however are still obscured by the copious amount of literature...Read More

Meet EIT Lecturer Dr Arti Siddhpura

30 April, 2020
Dr Arti Siddhpura is one of EIT’s on-campus lecturers and is a decorated academic, holding a Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Western Australia. Dr Siddhpura’s engineering journey began in 1996 at the Government Polytechnic University in India, where she earned in Diploma in Mechanical Engineering....Read More
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Chatter stability prediction for a flexible tool-workpiece system in a turning process

6 March, 2017
The paper focuses on the chatter stability prediction for a flexible tool-workpiece system in a turning process. The dynamic model of the turning process presented here considers two end conditions of the flexible workpiece. Chatter-free (stable) cutting parameters are obtained analytically and stability lobe diagrams (SLDs) of a turning operation...Read More
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