Subramanian Ramachandran, Part-time Lecturer

Subramanian RamachandranSubramanian Ramachandran,
Part-time Lecturer

I am an experimental condensed matter physicist interested in understanding the physical properties, specifically in the context of phenomena observed in materials for renewable energy applications. The applications I am interested in include hydrogen storage in metals, thermoelectric materials, and materials for photovoltaic applications. Depending on the system being studied, the measurement techniques employed may include gas absorption at high pressures, electrical measurements in the presence of a thermal gradient, electrical measurements in the presence of broad spectrum lights or measurements at cryogenic temperatures.


Teaching interests

  • Experimental Physics
  • General Physics
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Thermal Physics

Research interests

Current independent study topic includes single-diode modeling of photovoltaic cells and modules.

Education

University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
  • Ph.D. Physics
Wayne State University
Detroit, Michigan
  • M.S. Physics
Indian Institute of Technology
Kharagpur, India
  • Master of Technology—Cryogenic Engineering
Birla Institute of Technology and Science
Pilani, India
  • M.S. Physics
  • Bachelor of Engineering—Chemical Engineering

 

 

Contact

Location:
Truly House

Phone: 
425-352-3746

Email:
ramacs@uw.edu