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Ramya Gurunathan

Ramya Gurunathan

MPhil Candidate in Scientific Computing

B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering (2016); The Pennsylvania State University


Biography:

I am a recent graduate of Penn State University with a B.S. in materials science and engineering. At Cambridge, I am pursuing an MPhil in Scientific Computing with a focus in atomistic modelling of materials under the sponsorship of the Churchill Scholarship. My MPhil project within the MML group is focused on modelling of carbon nanotube growth via chemical vapor deposition using metal nanoparticle catalysts. I will use a combination of machine learning techniques and tight-binding method to classify and optimize the structure of these nanoparticles. 

Keywords

  • Multiscale Modelling
  • Nanostructured Materials
  • Carbon Nanotubes

Key Publications

R. Gurunathan, J. Nasr, J. Cordell, R. Banai, M. Abraham, K. Cooley, M. Horn, S. Mohney, 'Pd and Au Contacts to SnS: Thermodynamics Predictions and Annealing Study', Journal of Electronic Materials, 2016.

H. Nagasawa, R. Gurunathan and M. Suemitsu, 'Controlling Planar Defects in 3C-SiC: Ways to Wake it up as a Practical Semiconductor', Materials Science Forum, vol. 821-823, pp. 108-114, 2015.

A. Domask, R. Gurunathan, and S. Mohney, 'Transition Metal-MoS2 Reactions: Review and Thermodynamic Predictions,' Journal of Electronic Materials, 2015.

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Congratulations to (Prof) James Elliott

Jun 15, 2017

James Elliott will be made a Professor from 1st October 2017.

Congratulations to Dr Chunlei Pei

Mar 31, 2017

Dr Chunlei Pei wins a Young Researcher Prize for an oral presentation at the UK Particle Technology forum held at University of Birmingham on 29th March 2017.

MML Fajita Lunch

Feb 20, 2017

MML group had a pleasant Fajita Lunch on Friday 17th February 2017. We wish everyone has a fruitful and successful new year.

Multi-scale modelling of carbon nanotube reinforced crosslinked interfaces

Jan 28, 2017

A new paper by James A. Elliott and his Turkish collaborators Elif Ozden-Yenigun and Canan Atilgan is published in Computational Materials Science

Chirality-independent characteristic crystal length in carbon nanotube textiles measured by Raman spectroscopy

Jan 28, 2017

A new paper by John S. Bulmer, Thurid S. Gspann, Jon S. Barnard and James A. Elliott is published in Carbon.

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