Shyam Aravamudhan

Shyam Aravamudhan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Nanoengineering

Phone: 336.285.2856

Fax: 336.500.0115

Email: saravamu@ncat.edu


Research Interests

Shyam Aravamudhan’s interests lie at the intersection of micro/nanotechnology and life sciences, with an overarching goal to question and better understand how the biological system functions. The hypothesis is that by using the unique phenomena at the micro and nano-length scales and by shrinking devices down to a scale comparable to typical biological system fundamental biological questions can be addressed.

His current research interests:

  1. Nanobioelectronics
  2. Microsystems and Nanotechnology Tools for Disease Diagnostics and Regenerative Medicine
  3. Structure-property relationship in nanostructures
  4. Neural Interfaces
  5. 3D system integration

Selected Publications

  • S. Aravamudhan, R. Bellamkonda, “Towards  the Convergence of Regenerative Medicine, Rehabilitation and Prosthetics,” Journal of Neurotrauma, 2010
  • S. Aravamudhan, P. Joseph, Z. Kuklenyik, J. R. Barr, “Development of Microfluidic Enzyme Reactor for Detection of Anthrax Lethal Factor,” Biosensors & Bioelectronics (under review)
  • S. Aravamudhan, J. Singleton, P. A. Goddard, S. Bhansali, “Magnetic Characterization of Ni-Fe Nanowire Arrays: Effect of Template Material and Magnetic Field during Electrodeposition.” Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 42, 115008, 2009; Also available in arxiv.org
  • S. Aravamudhan, S. Bhansali, “Development of Microfluidic Nitrate Selective Sensor Based on Doped-Polypyrrole Nanowires,” Sensors & Actuators B, 132, 623-630, 2008
  • S. Aravamudhan, S. Bhansali, “Reinforced Piezoresistive Pressure Sensor for Ocean Depth Measurements,” Sensors & Actuators A, 142, 111-117, 2008
  • S. Aravamudhan, N. Ramgir, S. Bhansali, “Electrochemical Biosensor for Targeted Detection in Blood using Aligned Au Nanowires,” Sensors & Actuators B, 127, 29-35, 2007
  • A.M. Hoff, S. Aravamudhan, A. Isti, E. Oborina, “Degradation of Oxide Properties Caused by Low-level Metallic Contamination, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 154, H977-H982, 2007
  • S. Aravamudhan, A. Kumar, S. Mohapatra, S. Bhansali “Sensitive Estimation of Total Cholesterol in Blood using Au Nanowires based Microfluidic Platform,” Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 22, 2289-2294, 2007
  • A. Kumar, S. Aravamudhan, M. Gordic, S. Bhansali, S. Mohapatra, “Ultra Sensitive Detection of Cortisol with Enzyme Fragment Complementation Technology using Functionalized Nanowires,” Biosensors & Bioelectronics, 22, 2138-2144, 2007
  • S. Aravamudhan, K. Luongo, S. Bhansali, P. Poddar, H. Srikanth, “Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of NiFe Magnetic Nanowires in Nanoporous Silicon Template,” Applied Physics A: Material Science & Engineering, 87, 773-780, 2007
  • R. Vasic, J. S. Brooks, E. Jobiliong, S. Aravamudhan, K. Luongo, and S. Bhansali, Dielectric Relaxation in Nanopillar NiFe-Silicon Structures in High Magnetic Fields,” Current Applied Physics, 7, 34-38, 2007
  • S. Aravamudhan, A. R. A. Rahman, S. Bhansali, “Porous Silicon based Orientation Independent, Self-priming Micro Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell,” Sensors & Actuators A, 123-124, 497-504, 2005

Patents

  1. S. Bhansali, A. Malshe, S. Aravamudhan, “Packaging and Integration Scheme for Micro Sensors in the Marine Environment, US patent no. 7.456.551 B2 issued on November 25th 2008
  2. S. Bhansali, S. Aravamudhan et al., “Method for the Assembly of Nanowire Interconnects,” US patent no. 7,112,525 issued on September 26th 2006
Office Hours

By Appointment

Education

Post-Doctoral Training, Nanotechnology Technology Research Center/Biomedical Engineering

Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-2010

Ph.D. Electrical Engineering

University of South Florida, 2007