Ramanuja Vijayaraghavan

Ramanuja Vijayaraghavan

Ramanuja Vijayaraghavan is an Indian physicist, specializing in condensed matter physics. Vijayaraghavan pioneered active research in the areas of metal physics, magnetic resonance in biophysical systems, and fine particle physics, a forerunner to nanoscience. He is a fellow of several science academies and twice elected as a member of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics commission on magnetism. After graduating from the Annamalai University in 1951, he joined the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research at Bombay as a Research Student, eventually rising to the position of Distinguished Professor and Dean. He formally retired in 1996 . He was deputed twice by the Internat ... more on Wikipedia

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