Raju V. Ramanujan

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Raju V. Ramanujan is currently on the faculty of the School of Materials Science and Engineering of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. His group’s current research activities at NTU include nanomaterials, especially magnetic nanomaterials for energy, bioengineering, and information storage applications. He is a member of the Phase Transformations Committee of both TMS (USA) and ASM (USA), the European Union-India Grid and an Editor or Associate Editor of several international journals, including nanomedicine, Materials Science, and Engineering B and C, and Metallurgical and Materials Transactions. He earned his B.S. degree (First Class Honors) from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, and his Master of Engineering and Ph.D. degrees in metallurgical engineering and materials science from Carnegie Mellon University, USA. He was a recipient of a U.S. National Science Foundation Fellowship during his studies at Carnegie Mellon. He was a staff scientist at Advanced Devices and Materials, USA. Subsequently, at the University of Birmingham, England he developed a program for processing and characterization of high performance energy efficient materials. His group carried out detailed studies of intermetallic and thin film systems at the Atomic Research Centre, Bombay, and at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He has received the Excellence in Teaching award from his university and has organized a number of international conferences related to advanced functional materials.

Biography Updated on 16 October 2007

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