Meet College of Engineering's Arvind Raman
Raman at a Glance
Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (BS); Purdue University (MS); University of California, Berkeley (PhD)
Numbers and impact
Co-PI or PI of $99.7M in external research grants; 156 journal publications, Google h-index 56, i-10 index 153; VEDA is one of the world’s most-used Atomic Force Microscope simulation softwares with 3,000-plus users and more than 75,000 simulations
Executive associate dean, Purdue College of Engineering (Dec 2019-March 2023); Founding director, LASER PULSE Consortium (2018-present); Senior associate dean of the faculty, Purdue College of Engineering (Dec 2017-Dec 2019); Associate dean for Global Engineering Programs, Purdue College of Engineering (May 2014-Dec 2017); Robert V. Adams Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue (2013-present); Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering (2009-present); Associate professor, School of Mechanical Engineering (2005-2009); Assistant professor, School of Mechanical Engineering (2000-2005)
Nonlinear dynamics and vibrations in coupled-domain applications
Arvind Raman selected as the next dean of Purdue’s College of Engineering, the largest top-ranked program in the nation
Longtime Purdue University administrator, faculty member and Boilermaker alumnus Arvind Raman is the new John A. Edwardson Dean of the College of Engineering.
Raman, currently Purdue’s executive associate dean of engineering and the Robert V. Adams Professor in Mechanical Engineering, brings an impressive record of academic leadership experience to this new role, Patrick Wolfe, Purdue provost and executive vice president for academic affairs and diversity, said in making the announcement today (Feb. 6).