Acharya Institute of Technology Faculty
Electronics and Communications Engineering

Dr.Sevugarajan Sundarapandian, Professor

 PERSONAL PARTICULARS
 Name  Sevugarajan Sundarapandian
 Designation  Professor
 Contact Number  9945683620
 E-Mail  sevugarajans@acharya.ac.in

 Date of Birth  DD
 08
 MM
 05
 Year
 1975
 Years with the college  2 years  
 Core Discipline  Instrumentation
 Specialization  Instrumentation

 PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
 Qualification / Discipline (Start with degree) Year  Institution
 B. Sc (Physics)  1995  MKU, Madurai, TN
 M. Sc (Material Science)  1997  Anna Univ. Chennai, TN
 M. Sc [Engg]  1999  IISc, Bangalore
 Ph. D  2005  IISc, Bangalore

 MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
 Professional Society  From Year  Nature of Membership
 IEEE  2013  Professional Member

 VISITS ABROAD
 Nature of Visit  Period  Countries  Organization Visited
 Post DoctoralFellowShip  2005-2006  USA  Indiana University
 Research Associate  2006-2011  USA  Vanderbilt University

 SUMMARY OF RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS
 FOREIGN JOURNALS
 Journal Name  Date, Volume & Issue No  Paper Title
 1. Analytical Chemistry  2010 82(8):3247-3254.  A dual source ion mobility-mass spectrometer for direct comparison of ESI and MALDI collision cross section measurements,
 2. IET Syst. Biol.  4 (2010) 416-427  Towards monitoring real-time cellular response using an integrated microfluidics-MALDI/nESI-ion mobility-mass spectrometry platform,
 3. J. Proteome Res.,  5(2006)1879  Split-Field Drift Tube/Mass Spectrometry and Isotopic Labeling Techniques for Determination of Single Amino Acid Polymorphisms
 4. J. Am. Chem Soc.  128 (2006) 11713 11719  Transfer of Structural elements from Compact to Extended States in Unsolvated Ubiquitin
 5. Int. J. Mass. Spectrometry  218 (2002) 181-196  Transition curves and iso-beta lines in nonlinear Paul traps
 6. Int. J. Mass. Spectrometry  209 (2001) 209.  A Simulation study of coupled secular oscillations in nonlinear Paul trap mass Spectrometers
 7. Int. J. Mass. Spectrometry  197 (2000) 263.  Frequency perturbation in non-linear Paul traps: A Simulation Study of the effect of geometric aberration, Space Charge, Dipolar Excitation, and Damping on ion Axial secular frequency
 8. Int.J. Mass. Spectrometry  189 (1999) 53  Field imperfections induced ion axial secular frequency shifts in non-linear ion traps

NATIONAL CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
Conference Name & Organizer State, City, Date Paper title
 IICT  Hyderabad, 1999  1. 8th ISMAS Symp. Mass Spectrometry
 IISc  Bangalore, 2000  2. Physics of Trapped atoms and ions

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES PARTICIPATED
 Conference Name  State, City, Date  Organizer
 1. FACSS conference  Memphis, USA, 2008  FACSS
 2. ASMS conference  Denver, USA, 2008  ASMS
 3. SERMACS conference  Nashville, USA, 2008  SERMACS
 4. American Society for Mass Spectrometry 57th Annual Conference  Philadelphia , USA, 2009  ASMS
 5. American Society for Mass Spectrometry 58th Annual Conference, 2010.  Utah, USA, 2010  ASMS
 6. FACSS conference  Nevada, USA, 2011  FACSS

 NATIONAL CONFERENCES PARTICIPATED
 Conference Name  State, City, Date  Organizer
 1. Natl. Symp. Instrumentation  Bangalore, India, 2000  ISOI
 2. Natl. Symp. Instrumentation  Dehradun, India, 2001  ISOI

 SUMMARY OF BOOKS/ MONOGRAMS PUBLISHED
 Title of the Book  Year of Publication  Publisher
 Mass Spectrometry of Proteins and Peptides in Drug Discovery  2010  Wiley Books

 PAST POSITIONS HELD BEFORE PRESENT ASSIGNMENT
 Designation  From – to  Institution / Organization
 Post-Doc  2005 -2006  Indiana University
 Research Associate  2006 -2011  Vanderbilt University
 Associate Professor  2012 -2013  PSN College of Engineering

 POSITIONS HELD IN PRESENT ORGANIZATION
 Designation  From – to  Institution / Organization
 Professor  Apr 2013 -Till date  Acharya Institute of Technology

 MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS (INCL. CONSULTANCY PROJECTS)
#  Nature of Academic/ Professional Achievement  Year
 1  Constructed a dual source ion mobility-mass spectrometer at Vanderbilt University, USA  2010
 2  Constructed an Ionization source for Acceleration mass spectrometer at MIT  2010

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