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Professor Ramkrishna’s research group is motivated by ideas in the application of mathematics to solving problems in chemical and biochemical reaction engineering. Such problems involve both model building towards capturing essential behavior of systems, and evolving the theoretical and experimental machinery for the identification of model parameters and phenomenological functions. Their research ideas arise from linear (operator methods) and nonlinear analysis of ordinary and partial differential equations, stochastic processes, and population balance modeling involving integro-partial differential equations. The major thrust is fundamental and inspired generally by key technological issues. Our focus is on problems associated with the production and conservation of energy.

  • Chemical Reaction Engineering
  • Dispersed Phase Systems
  • Biochemical Engineering
  • Applied Math
  • Personalized Medicine

NEWS

Alumni News:

  • Dr. Meenesh R. Singh’s research on artificial photosynthesis was featured in TomoNews US. Here is the link to the video showcasting the work.
  • Dr. Meenesh R. Singh’s research on artificial photosynthesis got published in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
  • Dr. Prasad Dhurjati’s op-ed based on their clean coal research was published in Newsweek.
  • Dr. Prasad Dhurjati’s research on “Biogenic Methane Formation from Coal” using microbes from the termite gut made cover page in Udaily.
  • Dr. Prasad Dhurjati’s research on brain cancer appeared in Udaily
  • Dr. Terry Papoutsakis elected as member of National Academy of Engineering (NAE)
  • Dr. Prasad Dhurjati’s research on osteoporosis highlighted in local University news
  • Dr. Meenesh Singh featured in Chemistry World
  • Dr. Prasad Dhurjati appeared on NPR Radio and Press