Aravind Suresh | Assistant Professor
Ph.D., 2011 - University of Connecticut
B.Tech., 2004 - National Institute of Technology, Trichy, India
2017 Durland Hall
Suresh earned a B.Tech. in chemical engineering from the National Institute of Technology Trichy in India in 2004. He earned a doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Connecticut in 2011. After earning his doctorate, he joined the chemical engineering department at the University of Connecticut as an assistant professor-in-residence. He came to K-State in 2015 as an assistant professor of chemical engineering.
Suresh’s research interests include catalytic activity in electrically conductive ceramic oxides, and initiated and photoinitiated chemical vapor deposition (iCVD and piCVD) of polymer thin films. He is also interested in incorporating active research projects into experiments in chemical engineering laboratory courses.
Information for Chemical Process Analysis Online Course (Summer 2018)
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