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Dr. Nagaraj Nandihalli | Photodetectors | Best Researcher Award

🔬 Dr. Nagaraj Nandihalli, a distinguished researcher in the field of photodetectors, earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry with a focus on nanotechnology from the University of Waterloo in 2016. His doctoral thesis explored Ni0.05Mo3Sb5.4Te1.6 based thermoelectric nanocomposites. Dr. Nandihalli has held prestigious positions worldwide, including Research Fellow at Ames National Laboratory (US Dept. of Energy), contributing to Li-extraction from spodumene. His extensive work spans Japan, Taiwan, and Korea, showcasing expertise in semiconducting materials, thermoelectric nanomaterials, and effective media approximations. As a post-doctoral researcher, he fabricated innovative segmented TE devices and contributed to numerous publications. 🌐👨‍🔬

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Education:

🎓 Dr. Nagaraj Nandihalli, a 2016 Ph.D. graduate from the University of Waterloo in Chemistry through the Nanotechnology stream, specializes in groundbreaking research. His doctoral thesis delved into the realm of thermoelectric nanocomposites with the title “Ni0.05Mo3Sb5.4Te1.6.” 🌐 As a trailblazer in nanotechnology, Dr. Nandihalli has contributed significantly to the field, demonstrating expertise in synthesizing and characterizing advanced materials for thermoelectric applications. His innovative work showcases a commitment to scientific excellence and a dedication to advancing the understanding of nanomaterials. 🔬✨

Experience:

🌐 Driven by a passion for scientific exploration, Dr. Nagaraj Nandihalli has left an indelible mark on global research. As a Research Fellow at Ames National Laboratory, US Dept. of Energy, he focused on hydrometallurgical Li-extraction from spodumene and Rare Earth materials. In Japan’s NIMS, he pioneered advancements in semiconducting materials, thermoelectric nanomaterials, and Kapitza resistance estimation. His tenure in Taiwan involved independent research on Zn/Na-doped PbTe materials and innovative nanostructured InSb nanocomposites. At Yonsei University in Korea, he fabricated segmented TE devices and explored diverse TE materials. A dedicated educator, Dr. Nandihalli contributed significantly as a Teaching/Research Assistant at the University of Waterloo. 🚀🔬

Award & Honors:

🏆 Dr. Nagaraj Nandihalli, a distinguished scientist, received the prestigious IAAM Scientist Award and was honored as an IAAM Fellow by the International Association of Advanced Materials in Sweden, April 2023. His contributions to the field have been recognized globally. In 2013, his excellence was acknowledged with the Best Poster Award at the Canadian Chemistry Conference in Quebec, Canada. Dr. Nandihalli is a proud Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry since June 2022, showcasing his commitment to advancing the realms of science and materials. 🌐✨

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Nagaraj Nandihalli | Photodetectors | Best Researcher Award

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