Rama Krishna Sangem
Telangana University (TU) Vice-Chancellor Prof Ravinder Gupta Dachepalli secured the prestigious Stanford University, USA,’s Indians- world top ranking scientist honour in the field of material sciences for the year –2022. Material sciences including advanced materials and nano technologies assume significance in view of emerging global technological scenario.
Prof Ravinder got this award for the third consecutive year since 2020 and 21. Stanford varsity, one of the globally acclaimed Ivy League universities of the US released a fresh list of Indian scientists with world wide rankings this week. The varsity’s list includes top 2 per cent of the India- world ranking scientists. Prof Ravinder secured 1571st rank overall the world.
Prof Ravinder, VC of TU, Nizamabad, Telangana was earlier worked as professor in Physics, Department of Physics, Osmania University for the last 36 years. His research work on magnetic and electrical properties of nano-ferrites,magnetic materials, ferrites, Energy materials, thin films, GMR materials, Cu-Co alloy thin films and nano-materials( Nanotechnology) by pulsed laser deposition, sol gel, citrate precursor method and electro deposition.
To his credit he has published 250 research papers in an International Journals – Applied Physics letters, JMM, J alloys and compounds, Journal of Nano-chemistry, Bulletin of Materials, Materials letters, Materials physics and chemistry, Sciences, Journal of applied physics, Journal of American ceramics society, Nano-structures in chemistry etc .
Prof Ravinder has been awarded Young Scientist award received by former President of India Dr. Abdual Kalam for his outstanding contributions in the field of science and Technology, UGC career award, Boyscast fellowship by DST ( Department of science and technology, Government of India, JSPS fellowship Japan and Royal Society fellowship,UK .
Talking to Excel India, Prof Ravinder said: “I am quite happy to have won this prestigious recognition to my work in the field of material sciences. This honour will encourage my students to take up research in the fields of science and technology courses”.
Prof. Ravinder also visited USA, UK, Sweden, Ireland, Canada, Singapore and Japan for Collaborative Research and conference papers presentation and invited talks.