R Vasudevan Iyer

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Dr. R Vasudevan Iyer

Professor

Phone Number: EXT. NO. 865
Email ID: rviyer@pes.edu

Dr. R Vasudevan Iyer is a Professor in the Science and Humanities Department at PES University.

Qualification

Msc, Ph.D

Professional Experience

Teaching: 16 years
R&D: 19 years
Industry: 2 years

  1. Teaching undergraduate students
  2. departmental administrative responsibility
  3. Institutional responsibility (MEMS coordinator, Prakalpa coordinator)
  4. student mentoring
  1. Sensors
  2. MEMS
  3. Nanotechnology
  1. Journal Publications
    1. Papers published in refereed national journals
      1.  “ Effect of penetrants on polyamides”, R V Iyer, Anjana Jain and Kalyani Vijayan, Ind. J Chem. Tech. 3 (1996) 164
      2. “Ultrasonic agitation of Kevlar fibers”, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, Curr. Sci. 71 (1996) 398.
      3. “Identification of a new parameter, ∆t(T), controlling the thermally induced effects on Kevlar 49 fibers”, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, Curr. Sci. 75 (1998) 946.
      4.  “ Crystallographic data on axially compressed Kevlar 49 fibers”, R V Iyer, Kalyani Vijayan, K Sooryanarayana and T N Guru Row, Bull. Mater. Sci. 22 (1999)101
      5. “Decomposition behaviour of Kevlar 49 fibers: Part I. At T = TD”, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, Bull. Mater. Sci. 22 (1999) 1013
    2. Papers published in refereed international journals
      1. “Effect of thermal spikes on the structural characteristics of Kevlar fibers”, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, J Mater. Sci. 35 Vol. 22 (2000) 5731
      2. “Low temperature crystallographic data on Kevlar 49 fibers”, J Mater. Sci. 38 Issue 1 (2003) 133
      3. “Decomposition behaviour of Kevlar 49 fibers: Part II. At T < TD”, Kalyani Vijayan, R V Iyer and A Sudhakar, High performance polymers, 18 (2006) 495
  2. Conference Publications
    1. Papers published in conferences
      1. “Crystal structural characteristics of Kevlar fibers subjected to thermal exposures”, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, Polymer Science – Recent Advances 1 (1994) p 362 ed. I S Bharadwaj, Allied Publisher
      2. “Thermal spikes and Kevlar fibers”, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, Macromolecules – New Frontiers 2 (1998) p 847, Ed. K S V Srinivasan, Allied Publishers
    2. Papers presented in national conferences
      1. Effect of penetrants in polyamides, R V Iyer, Anjana Jain and Kalyani Vijayan, Indo – French International Meet and XIII Conference of Indian Membrane Society, Dharwad 1995
      2. Crystal structural characteristics of Kevlar fibres subjected to thermal exposures, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan  Polymers 94, IPCL, Baroda (1994)
      3. Isothermal decomposition of Kevlar fibres , R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, VII AGM of MRSI, Bangalore (1996)
      4. Compression of Kevlar fibres by ultrasonic waves, Ibid
      5. Effect of thermal flashes on Kevlar fibres, Ibid
      6. Thermal decomposition behavior of Kevlar fibres, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan National Seminar on Recent Advances in PhysicoChemical aspects of Fibres and Polymers, UDCT, Bombay (1996)
      7. Compressive behavior of Kevlar fibres, Ibid
      8. Thermal pulses and Kevlar fibres, Ibid
      9. Thermal ageing of Kevlar - A structural study, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan XXVIII National Seminar on Crystallography, Kottayam, Kerala (1997)
      10. Thermally induced changes in Kevlar within the recommended service range, IX AGM of MRSI, Chennai (1998)
      11. Decomposition behavior of Kevlar fibres - SEM analysis,, R V Iyer, T A Bhaskaran and Kalyani Vijayan, Ibid
      12. Kevlar in automotive industry - Some aspects of deformation, Kalyani Vijayan
        and R V Iyer, 16th  AGM of MRSI, NCL, Pune (Feb, 2005)
    3. Papers presented in international conferences
      1. Kevlar fibres in thermal environments, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, XVII Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Seattle, Washington, USA (1996).
      2. A Structural model of the decomposition behavior of Kevlar fibres, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, International conference on Partnership in Polymers, Cambridge, U.K (1996)
      3. Thermal spikes and Kevlar fibres, R V Iyer and Kalyani Vijayan, Macro'98. IUPAC International symposium on Advances in Polymer Science and Technology, Chennai (1998)
      4. Crystallographic data on axially compressed Kevalr49 fibres, R V Iyer, K.Sooryanarayana and T.N.Guru Row and Kalyani Vijayan, 5th IUMRS International Conference in Asia, Bangalore (1998)
      5. Analysis and Optimization of Dual Arm, Center Excited, Surface Micro-machined Archimedean Spiral Antenna with Improved Wideband Characteristics - Glenston Hadlee Miranda, R Vasudevan Iyer, Sayanu Pamidighantam, COMSOL International Conference Nov 2011
      6. MEMFET Based Hydrophone Design, Simulation and Analysis: Vinay K.V., Saswata Chakraborty, Avinash Kamath, Abhishek Vasisht B, Dr. R.V. Iyer , ISSS National Conference on MEMS, Smart Materials, Structures and Systems, September 06-07, 2013, Pune, India