3+ years’ experience as a Research Assistant (RA) in Research Laboratories at Department of Chemical Engineering and Grain science at Kansas State University.
1 year Internship with Dr.Reddy’s Laboratories
Well Experienced in Synthesis and Characterization of different Boron Crystals
Used Sophisticated Equipment’s for Studying Different Properties of Graphene
Proficiency in Operating and Trouble Shooting Different Equipment’s like Hall Effect Measurement, HPLC, Sputtering Machine, Plug Flow Reactor, React IR, Rota vapor, Spray Dryer, Crystalline, PXRD(Powder X-Ray Diffraction), QMSA,TGA, Atomic Absorption and Emission Spectrometer
Broad knowledge in SOP’s, EPA standardized method analysis of environmental samples
Highly organized, self-starter with minimal supervision.
"Bachelors in Chemical Engineering
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas-66502"
"Board of Intermediate Education
Sri Chaitanya Junior College, Hyderabad, India" "95%(Absolute Grading)
May 2007 – May 2009"
"Board of Secondary School Education
Nalanda Vidyalaya High School, Hyderabad, India""93%(Absolute Grading)
August 2006(transferred) – April 2007"
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY
Pretreatment, hydrolysis and fermentation of Sorghum stock
Dr. Praveen Vadlani Research Laboratory
Goals: Pretreatment of sorghum stock following enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated sorghum and then fermentation for the production of ethanol and many bi-products.
Boron Aluminum Nitride Crystal growth
Dr. James Edgar Research Laboratory
Goals: Synthesize new crystals from Aluminum Nitride under inert atmosphere at 2000°C for checking their use in LED’S, Determine Electrical Properties of Bulk Aluminum Crystal Growth, Prepare Boron Arsenide Crystals.
Techniques: Synthesis of AIN Crystals, High Heat maintenance crucibles, High Temperature tungsten heating apparatus, Determination of their electrical properties by HALL EFFECT measurement, used Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and X-ray diffraction studies for their characterization. The most successful method of producing large, bulk AlN single crystals and the method employed is the sublimation, re-condensation method. The process is run in the forward (sublimation or decomposition) direction at the source, and in the reverse (re-condensation) direction in the crystal growth zone.
Dr.Vikas Berry Research Laboratory
Goals: Determination of Conductivity of a Graphene sample, Hall mobility, Carrier density and Current-Voltage Curves.
Techniques: Studied Electrical, Structural and Chemical properties of Graphene using Hall Effect measurement system which will enable development of next generation development of Graphene. By interfacing with Bio components (a field now known as ‘Bio-nanotechnology’), in part by leveraging their specific biochemistries, novel bio-nano hybrid systems can be built. These hybrids can operate at high sensitivity and/or with unique functionalities originating from the multiplexed bio and Nano phenomena. Such bio-nano interfacing has the potential to advance several applications, including bimolecular mechanics, Bio sensing, and bio molecular electronics.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd
Project: TO GET A NARROW PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF May’13-Aug’13
AN API USING CONTINUES CRYSTALLIZATION PROCESS
Used Plug flow reactor for continues crystallization flow process of API
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