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Chemical Engineering-Faculty

Teaching Faculty

Dr. Ch. Venkateshwarlu, Director R&D,

B V Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur

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Brief Appraisal

An eminent Scientist, Educationist and Administrator with several accomplishments. Dr. Ch. Venkateswarlu, currently the Director R&D at BV Raju Institute of Technology (BVRIT), Narsapur, has earlier worked as Scientist, Senior Principal Scientist and Chief Scientist (Director Grade) at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), Hyderabad, a premier research and development (R&D) institute of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). Prior to Director R&D at BVRIT, he worked as the Principal and Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering of the same institute.  He did his graduation from Andhra University as well as from Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, and post graduation and Ph.D in Chemical Engineering from Osmania University. He holds 35 years R&D experience along with 19 years teaching experience and 2 years industry experience. His research interests lie in the areas of dynamic process modelling & simulation, process identification & dynamic optimization, process monitoring & fault diagnosis, state estimation & soft sensing, statistical process control & advanced process control, applied engineering mathematics & evolutionary computing, artificial intelligence & expert systems, and bioprocess engineering & bio-informatics. He published more than 130 research papers in peer journals of repute along with few international and national proceeding publications. He is also credited with 125 technical paper presentations and invited lectures. Majority of his research papers are of high impact factors and have wide global citations. He has executed more than 10 R&D projects sponsored by DST and Industry.  He is a reviewer  for several international research journals and many national and international research project proposals.  He has guided several postgraduate and Ph.D students. He served as a long term guest faculty for premier institutes like Bhaba Atomic Research Centre Scientific Officers Training,  BITS Pilani Master level and IICT-CDAC Bioinformatics programs. He is a Fellow of Andhra Pradesh Akademi of Sciences.He received various awards in recognition to his R&D contributions.

Global Research Credentials: Citations-540; h-index-14; i-10 index-18.

Positions held:

  • Principal & Professor, PadmasriDr BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, Medak (Dt), Telangana (since August 2013).
  • Professor & Head, Chemical Engineering Department, PadmasriDr BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur,Medak (Dt), Telangana (since June 2012).
  • Chief Scientist (Director Grade Scientist), Indian Institute of ChemicalTechnology(IICT), Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), Hyderabad (Until May 2012).
  • Senior Principal Scientist at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology(IICT), Council of Scientific& Industrial Research (CSIR), Hyderabad (Until May 2011).
  • Various scientist positions at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology(IICT),Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), Hyderabad (Until May 2006).

Professional Affiliations

  • Editorial Board Member, Austin Chemical Engineering Journal, Austin Publishing House, New Jesey, USA.
  • Life Member, Indian Institution of Chemical Engineers, Calcutta.
  • Associate Fellow of Andhra Pradesh Academy of Sciences, 2005.
  • Fellow of Andhra Pradesh Academy of Sciences, 2006.
  • Nominated for Fellow of Indian National Academy of Engineering (FNAE), 2013
  • Member in academic board of Osmania university.
  • Member in academic board of JNTU.
  • Member in academic boards of autonomous Institutions.
  • Member in selection and viva committees Universities and government institutes.

Awards and Recognitions

  • Sisir Kumar Mitra Memorial Award from Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2000.
  • Award of Prolog to Discovery of IICT-CSIR, 2000.
  • Best Performance Award of IICT-CSIR, 2002.
  • First prize for best technical paper, Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Mumbai, 2004.
  • IICT Gaurav Sanman by Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, 2006.
  • Recognised Ph.D. Guide for IIT Mumbai, IIT Delhi, IIT Hyderabad, HBNI of BARC, OU Hyderabad, JNTU Hyderabad.
  • Reviewer for research papers of several International and National journals.
  • Reviewer for several international funded project proposals.
  • Reviewer for funded Project proposals of DST, CSIR and BRNS.
  • Expert nominee of DSIR for R & D centers recognition in industries.
  • Chairman for technical sessions at various conferences.

Academic & Professional accomplishments

  • Ph.Ds. guidance: Guided 5 Ph.D. students registered at IIT’s and Universities
  • Currently guiding 2 Ph.D. students registered at IIT and University
  • M.Tech. guidance: Guided more than 20 students of NIT’s and Universities.
  • B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 120 students of IIT’s, NIT’s, BITS and Universities
  • No. of sponsored projects executed: 10 (DST, Industry).
  • No. of international journal & conference publications: 130
  • No. of technical paper presentations & invited lectures: 125

Field of Specialization

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Process Systems Engineering

Fields of interest

  • Mathematical modeling & dynamic simulation
  • Statistical process control& advanced process control
  • Process monitoring&faultdiagnosis
  • Process identification & state estimation 
  • Processoptimization&soft sensing 
  • Evolutionary computing &expertsystems
  • Bioprocess engineering and bio-informatics

Research, Industry and Teaching Experience

33 years R &D experience with various specializations and significant international research contributions from a premier CSIR research institute along with 17 years teaching experience and 2 years industry experience.

R&D Experience in Basic Research

Significant scientific contributions are made to the fundamental research by working with various frontier activities in the fields of specialization. Novel research contributions are made by integrating the knowledge of science and engineering with the computational techniques ranging from numerical & statistical methods to evolutionary computing & artificial intelligence. These works led several research papers in journals of international repute and also in journals of interdisciplinary research.

R&D Experience in Applied Research/Sponsored Projects

Significantly contributed to applied research by undertaking various sponsored projects from government agencies and industry.

Research Projects Executed

S.No. Role Title of the Project Funded by Duration
1 Principal Investigator FIST Project (SR/FST/College-205/2014) Department of Science and Technology, Government of India 2015-2019
2 Project Leader Dynamics and Control of Chemical Processes In-house project of IICT (CSIR) Long term
2000-2012
3 Principal Investigator Advanced Real    Time Control Technology for Batch Reactors Department of Science and Technology, Government of India 2001-2004
4 Activity Leader Automation of Chemical Reactors in Pharmaceutical Industries DCSSI, Ministry of Industry, Govt. of India (Under UPTECH prog) 2001-2004
5 Principal Investigator Intelligent Hybrid Control System for Complex Processes Prolog to Discovery Programme of IICT (CSIR) 2001-2004
6 Group leader Plant Wide Control Design Procedure Based on Nonlinearity and Interaction Measures Prolog to Discovery Programme of IICT (CSIR) 2001-2004
7 Group leader Artificial  Intelligence Based Tools for Process Modeling, Optimization and Control CSIR funded project 1999-2004
8 Co-Principal Investgator Optimal Operation and Advanced Control of Batch and Semibatch Reactive Distillation Department of Science and Technology, Government of India 2006-2010
9 Group leader Experimental, Modeling and Optimization Studies on Biosurfactants Department of Science and Technology, Government of India 2010-Contd
until June,2012
10 Group leader On-line Optmizing Control of Batch/Semibatch Reactors Department of Science and Technology, Government of India 2010-Contd 
until June,2012
11 Group leader Hybrid Methodologies for Fault Detection and Diagnosis of Nonlinear Processes Department of Science and Technology, Government of India 2012-Contd 
until June,2012

Teaching and Industry Experience in parallel with R&D  Experience

  • 2 years industry experience with chemical plant operations.
  • 4 years experience as a Professor faculty for different subjects at BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, near Hyderabad, Medak (Dt), Telangana.
  • 14 years experience as guest faculty for Department of Atomic Energy (BARC) Scientific Officers Training School at NFC, Hyderabad for the advanced courses of engineering mathematics, process analysis and control, and process modeling and optimization.
  • 3 years experience as faculty for MS program of BITS, Pilani (off-campus) for the courses of process dynamics and control, unit operations in chemical engineering, and Selected topics in chemical engineering.
  • 6 years experience as faculty for Advanced Diploma Course in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by CDAC, IICT & JNTU, Hyderabad for courses of numerical methods and optimization, artificial neural networks and evolutionary computing. 

Research Papers Published 

  1. Venkateswarlu, A book entitled "Stochastic Global Optimization Methods and Applications To Chemical, Biochemical, Pharmaceutical and Environmental Processes", is under preparation for publication by Elsevier Publishers, 2018. 
  2. Venkateswarlu, Comparison of Neural Network Model Predictive Controllers for the Control of Unstable Biochemical Reactor,International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, In Press, 2018.
  3. AnandandCh. Venkateswarlu, Artificial Neural Network Model Based Optimal Control of a Semi-Batch Copolymerization Reactor,  International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, In Press, 2018.
  4. Satya Eswari, J. and Venkateswarlu,  Recent advances in modeling and optimization  of  green surfactant processes,  Biochemical Engineering Journal,  Communicated 2018.
  5. Rama Rao, M. Mallaiah and Ch. Venkateswarlu, Simulated Annealing Based Nonlinear Model Predictive Control of Runaway Batch Chemical Reactor,International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, In Press, 2018.
  6. Satya Eswari, J. and Ch. VenkateswarluMultiobjective Pareto optimization of a pharmaceutical product formulation using radial basis function network and nondominated sorting differential evolution. International Journal of Biomedical Engineering and Technology, In Press, 2018.
  7. Seenivasan, A., Satya Eswari J.,  N. Gummadi, T. Panda,  Ch. Venkateswarlu, Metabolic Pathway Analysis and Dynamic Macroscopic Model Formulation for the Process of Lovastatin Production by Monascuspurpureus using Metabolic Footprinting Concept, Biochemical Engineering Journal, Communicated 2018.
  8. S. Kishore Kumar, M. Mallaiah, G. Srinivas, Ch. Venkateswarlu,Kinetic studies for the esterification process with ionic resin catalyst: Optimization using response surface methodology, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, In Press 2018.
  9. R. R. Karri, Sahu, J.N., Ch. Venkateswarlu, 2018, "Critical review of abatement of ammonia from wastewater", Journal of Molecular Liquids, 261, 21-31, 2018.
  10. Satya Eswari, J. and Ch. VenkateswarluIdentification of better gene expression data for mosquito species classification using radial basis function network methodology. The Open Bioinformatics Journal, 11, 38-52, 2018.
  11. Mallaiah, M. andCh. VenkateswarluPerformance evaluation of kinetic models for an esterification process with Indion 180 catalyst.Communicated to an International Journal, 2018.
  12. Mallaiah, M. and VenkateswarluKinetic behaviour of esterification of acetic acidwith methanol over solid acid catalysts, Austin Chem Eng., 4(2), 1-5, 2017.
  13. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and  J. Satya Eswari, Multiobjective Optimization of a Pharmaceutical Formulation Using Regression Method, International Journal of Chemical and Molecular Engineering, 4(1), 1585, 2017.
  14. Satya Eswari, J., and ChVenkateswarlu, Optimum Culture Medium Response surface modeling and Optimization of the medium conditions by Artificial Neural Network Linked Differential Evolution for Rhamnolipid Production. Accepted for Publication. Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, 23, 1-13, 2016. 
  15. Venkateswarlu,Ch., “Advances in Optimal Control of Polymerization Reactors”, Book Chapter publication in Polymer Science Book entitled, “Polymer Science: Research Advances, Practical applications, Educational Aspects”,Formatex Publishers, Spain, 2016.
  16. Venkateswarlu,Ch., Perspectives of Process Systems Engineering. Editorial article, Austin Chem Eng. 2016; 3(1): 1022.
  17. Satya Eswari, J, Anand, M and Venkateswarlu, Optimum Culture Medium Composition for Lipopeptide Production by Bacillus Subtilis Using Response Surface Model-Based Ant Colony Optimization, Sadhana, Springer Sadhana Academy of Proceedings in Engineering Sciences. 41(1) 55-65, 2016. 
  18. VenkateswarluguidedaPh.D.thesis entitled “Experimental, modelling and optimization studies on biosurfactants“,toa student J. S. Eswari, currently an Assistant Professor at National Institute of Technology (NIT), Raipur, whose degree is being awarded by Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad , 2016. 
  19. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, Dynamic Modeling and Metabolic Flux Analysis for Optimized Production of Rhamnolipids. Chemical Engineering Communications, 203, 326-328, 2016.
  20. S, Eswari and Ch. Venkateswarlu “Radial basis function network methodology for species identification in mosquitoes”,ActaTropica, under final Review, 2016.
  21. Venkateswarlu,guidedaPh.D.thesis entitled “Multiobjective Optimization of Nonlinear Chemical Processes“,toa student P. Anand,  currently a Scientist at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT-CSIR), whose degree is awarded by Osmania University in October 2015.
  22. Anand, P, BhagvanthRao , M. and ChVenkateswarlu, Dynamic Optimization of Copoly-merization Reactor Using Tabu Search. ISA Transactions, 2015, 55, 13-26. 
  23. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, Radial basis function network methodology for species identification in mosquitoes. Communicated to Acta Tropica, 2015.
  24. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, Multiobjective Pareto Optimization of a Pharmaceutical Product Formulation Using Radial Basis Function Network and Nondominated Sorting Differential Evolution”, Communicated to Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2015.
  25. Anand, P, SaiPushpitha, V and Venkateswarlu, Multistage multiobjective optimal control of a semibatch copolymerization reactor using differential evolution. Communicated to an international journal, 2015. 
  26. Shiva Kumar, B and Venkateswarlu,  Inverse Modeling Approach for Evaluation of Kinetic Parameters of a Biofilm Reactor Using Tabu Search. Water Environment Research, 2014, 86, 205.
  27. Satya Eswari J, Anand P and Venkateswarlu, Optimal state estimation and on-line optimization of a biochemical reactor. Chemical and Process Engineering,  2013, 34 (4), 449-462. 
  28. Anand, P, Bhagvanth Rao, M and Venkateswarlu, Multistage dynamic optimization of a copolymerization reactor using differential evolution, Asia Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2013; 8: 687–698. 
  29. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, Evaluation of Anaerobic Biofilm Reactor Kinetic Parameters Using Ant Colony Optimization, Environmental Engineering Science. September 2013, 30(9): 527-535. 
  30. Venkateswarlu , Ch and P. Anand, Nonlinear Analysis, Optimal State Estimation and Control of Chemical Reactors with Complex Dynamics, Proceedings of AP academy of sciences (PAPAS), No 15, Issue 2, April-June (2013)
  31. Rama Rao K and Venkateswarlu, Nonlinear model based control of complex dynamic chemical systems. Advanced Chemical Engineering Research, 2(1), 2013, 1-19.
  32. Eswari, J.S., Anand Mohan and VenkateswarluOptimum Culture Medium Composition for Rhamnolipid Production by Pseudomonas Aeruginosa AT10 Using a Novel Multiobjective Optimization Method. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 88, 2013, 271-279.
  33. Eswari, J.S. and Venkateswarlu, Multiobjective Pareto Optimization of a Pharmaceutical Formulation Using Radial Basis Function Network and Nondominated Sorting Differential Evolution, Communicated to an International Journal, 2013. 
  34. Eswari, J.S. and Venkateswarlu, Study of Growth Kinetics for Rhamnolipid Production from Pseudomonas Aeraginosa. Journal of Biotechnology and Biomaterials, 2(6)2012. 
  35. Shiva Kumar, B. and Venkateswarlu, Estimating biofilm reaction kinetics using hybrid mechanistic-neural network rate function`n model. Bioresource Technology, 103, 2012, 300-308. 
  36. Venkateswarlu,Ch, Kiran,K and S. Eswari,A hierarchical artificial neural system for genera classification and species identification in mosquitoes. Applied Artificial Intelligence, 26, 2012, 903–920.
  37. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, Optimization of Culture Conditions for Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) Cells Production Using Differential Evolution. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 4(1)2012, 465-470.
  38. Venkateswarlu,guideda Ph.D. thesis entitled“Modeling, Simulation and Control of Runaway Reaction in a Batch Reactor“,tostudent K. Rama Rao, currently a Research Associate at National University of Singapore, whose degree is awarded by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi in 2011.
  39. Sumana C., ‍‍Mani Bhushan, Ch.Venkateswarlu, ‍‍Ravindra D. Gudi, Improved Nonlinear Process Monitoring using Kernel PCA with Sample Vector Selection and Combined Index.  Asia Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering,  6(3) 2011, 460-469.
  40. Rama Rao, K, Srinivasa Rao, G., Animesh, K. and Venkateswarlu, Evaluating and Estimating the Complex Dynamic Phenomena in Nonlinear Chemical Systems. Submitted to International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering,  2011. 
  41. Venkateswarlu,guideda Ph.D. thesis entitled“Development of Hybrid Methodologies for Fault Detection and Diagnosis of High Dimensional Systems“,toa student C. Sumana, currently a Scientist at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT-CSIR), whose degree is awarded by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Mumbai  in 2011.
  42. Ganesh, K. Yamuna Rani, B, Satyavathi and Venkateswarlu, Development of kinetic models for acid catalyzed methyl acetate formation reaction: Effect of catalyst concentration & water inhibition, International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 43(5), 263-277, 2011.
  43. Venkateswarlu,guidedaPh.D. thesis entitled “State Estimation of aMultistage Multicomponent Batch Distillation Process with optimal sensor configuration“,toa student N. Anil, currently an Associate Professor at Anurag Group of Institutions,  whose degree is awarded by Osmania University in 2011.
  44. Rama Rao, K and Venkateswarlu,Mathematical and Kinetic Modeling of a Biofilm Reactor bsed on any colony optimization.Process Biochemistry, 452010961-972.
  45. Sumana, C and Venkateswarlu, Genetically Tuned Decentralized PI Controllers for Inferential Control of Reactive Distillation. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 49 (3),   2010, 1297–1311. 
  46. Sumana C., Mani Bhushan, ‍‍Venkateswarlu, Ravindra D. Gudi, Improved Fault Diagnosis Using Dynamic Kernel Scatter-Difference-Based Discriminant Analysis. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 49, 2010, 8575-8586.
  47. VenkateswarluCh, a Book Chapter, entitled “Model predictive Control of Nonlinear Processes”, has been published in the book “Model Predictive Control”, authored by, edited by Tao Zheng, Sciyo Publishers, Croatia, August 2010.
  48. Sumana, C. and Venkateswarlu, Optimal Selection of Sensors for State Estimation  in a Reactive Distillation Process.  Journal of Process Control, 19, 2009, 1024-1035.
  49. Rama Rao, K, Rao, D.P and Ch.Venkateswarlu, “Soft sensor based nonlinear control of a chaotic reactor”, Intelligent Control Systems and Signal Processing,  (DOI-10.3182/20090921-3-TR-3005.00093).Volume 2, Part 1, 2009, 537-543.
  50. Anand, P,  Siva Prasad, B.V.N. andVenkateswarlu, Modelling and Optimization of a Pharmaceutical Formulation System Using Radial Basis Function Network. International Journal of Neural Systems, 19(2)2009, 127-136. 
  51. Banerjee, A.K., Kiran,  U.S.N.  Murthy   and   Ch. Venkateswarlu,   AI to Identify Mosquitos, Published under Research Highlights, Nature India, 2008, 334. 
  52. Venkateswarlu,and D. Damodar Reddy, Nonlinear Model Predictive Control of Reactive Distillation Based on Stochastic Optimization. Industrial Engineering & Chemistry Research, 47, 2008, 6949-6960.
  53. Banerjee, A.K., K. Kiran, U.S.N. Murthy and Venkateswarlu, Classification and Identification of Mosquito Species Using ANN. Computational Biology & Chemistry, 32, 2008, 442-447. 
  54. Sumana, C, Anil, N  and  Venkateswarlu,  Model Based Soft Sensor  for  Online Inference of Compositions in Batch Separation Processes, A.P. Academy of Sciences, 11(1), 2007, 61-73.
  55. Ravichandra, P.V.S. and Venkateswarlu, Multistep  Model  Predictive Control  of Ethyl Acetate Reactive Distillation Column, Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, 14, 2007, 333-340.
  56. Sumana, C. and Venkateswarlu, Development of a Software Sensor for Composi-tions in Continuous Reactive Distillation. Journal Scientific & Industrial Research, 2007,66(11) 898-904.
  57. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and B. Jeevan Kumar, Composition Estimation of Multi-component Reactive Batch Distillation With Optimal sensor Configuration. Chemical Engineering Science, 61, 2006, 5560-5574.
  58. Venkateswarlu, Ch.  and  K. Venkat Rao, Dynamic Recurrent Radial Basis Function Network Model Predictive Control of Unstable Nonlinear Processes. Chemical Engineering Science, 60, 2005, 6717-6731.
  59. M.S.R.K. Bose,G. SatyendraKumar,Ch.VenkateswarluDetection, Isolation and Reconstruction of Faulty Sensors Using Principal Component Analysis. Indian journal of Chemical Technology, 12, 2005, 430-435.
  60. Venkateswarlu, ChAdvanced Real Time Process Control Technology for Batch Reactors. Book of Abstracts Compiled by Rajiv K. Tayal, Chemical Engineering Programme (Science and Engineering Research Council), Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, May 2005.
  61. Venkateswarlu, Chand  R. Anuradha, Dynamic Fuzzy Adaptive Controller for pH,   Chemical Engineering Communications,  2004, 191, 1564-1588.
  62. Venkateswarlu, Ch., Advances in Monitoring and State Estimation of Bioreactors,  J. Sci. Ind. Res., 2004, 63, 491-498.
  63. Anand, P., Sridhar, J.  and Ch.Venkateswarlu, Heat Release Estimator  Based Globally Linearizing Control of a Chemical Reactor. Indian Journal of Chemical Technolology, 2003, 10, 539.
  64. Moizuddin, Md.  and  Ch.Venkateswarlu,  Temperature  Trajectory  Tracking  of  a Chemical Reactor Using Fuzzy Linguistic Controller.  Indian Chemical Engineer, 2003, 45, 84.
  65. Venkateswarlu, Ch.Recent Advances  in Process Control.  Proceedings, Annual convention  of Andhra Predesh Academy of Sciences, Hyderabad, India, 2002
  66. Ch.Venkateswarlu, and Avantika,  Optimal State Estimation of  Multicomponent Batch   Distillation. Chemical Engineering Science, 2001, 56, 5771-5786.
  67. Ch.Venkateswarlu, and K.V.S. Naidu, Adaptive  Fuzzy Model  Based Predictive Control of an Exothermic Batch Chemical Reactor. Chemical Engineering Communications, 2001, 186, 1-23.
  68. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and K.V.S. Naidu, Dynamic Fuzzy Model Based Predictive Controller for a Biochemical Reactor. BioprocessEngineering, 2000, 23, 113-120.
  69. Naidu, K.V.S. andVenkateswarlu, Fuzzy Model  Based Long Range Predictive Control of Continuous Fermentor. Indian Chemical Engineer, Sec.A, 1999, 41, 245-254.
  70. Venkateswarlu, Ch. And Gangiah,  Comparison of Nonlinear Controllers for Distillation.Startup and Operation.  Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 1997, 36, 5531-5536.
  71. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Constrained  Generalized  Predictive Control of Unstable Nonlinear Processes. Transaction of Institition of Chemical Engineers, 1997, 75(A), 371-376.
  72. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Fault Diagnosis Resolution Improvement  for Titanium Dioxide Kiln.  Indian Chemical Enigineer, Section A, 1996, 38, 57-61.
  73. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Fuzzy Modeling and Control of Batch Beer Fermentation.  Chemical Engineering Communications, 1995, 138, 89-111.
  74. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Signed Directed  Graph  and Fuzzy Logic Based Fault Diagnosis for Titanium Dioxide Kiln.  Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, 1993, 31, 91-97.
  75. Venkateswarlu, Ch., Gangiah  and  M. Bhagavantha Rao,  Two Level Methods for Incipient Fault Diagnosis in Nonlinear Chemical Processes. Computers & Chemical Engineering, 1992, 16, 463-476.
  76. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Dynamic Modeling and Optimal State Estima-tion Using Extended Kalman Filter for a Kraft Pulping Digester.  Industrial &Enineering Chemistry Research, 1992, 31, 848-855.
  77. Venkateswarlu, awarded with Ph.Ddegreefor the thesis entitled “Detection and Diagnosis of Process Faults in Nonlinear Chemical Process”, Osmania University, 1991.
  78. Venkateswarlu, Ch., Gangiah,  D.D. Jatkar and S.S. Sridharan,  Modeling and Simulation of Kraft Pulping Digester.  Indian Journal Technology, 1986, 24, 667-670.
  79. Venkateswarlu, Ch., Rajagopalan and  D.D. Jatkar,  Low Ash Pulp for Speciality Paper.  Research & Industry, 1986, 31, 226-229.
  80. Sumana C. Ch.Venkateswarlu, Model Based Fault Diagnosis of Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Using Unscented Kalman filter. Under communicationto an International Journal.

International Conference Publications

  1. Satya Eswari, J.,  Panda, T., Gummadi, S,N. and Venkateswarlu, Modelling of Metabolic Pathway of Lovastatin Biosynthesis. The 17th Congress, Asian Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering for a Sustainably Developing World - the Role for the Asia Pacific Region,  Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center during 23-27 August 2017.
  2. VenkateswarluCh, Industrial Wastewater Treatment processes: Focus on Modeling and Optimization of Biofilm Reactors. International Conference on Membrane Technology and its Applications-MemSep2017, Organized at NIT, Trichy during 21st-23rd February 2017.
  3. Satya Eswari, J. and Venkateswarlu, Multiobjective optimization of pharmaceutical formulation using regression model. 19th International Conference on Virtual Learning and Technology Education (IVLTE 2017), Sydney, Australia, January 26-27, 2017.
  4. Satya Eswari, M.Anand and Venkateswarlu, Production of rhamnolipidsbiosurfactant from Pseudomonas Aeruginosa using fed-batch cultivation. 19th Annual Convention ans 2ndInternational Conference of Society of Pharmacognosy-2015 held at Vizag during March 20th-22nd, 2015.
  5. Satya Eswari, M.Anand and Venkateswarlu, Production of rhamnolipidsbiosurfactant from Pseudomonas Aeruginosa using fed-batch cultivation. 19th Annual Convention ans 2ndInternational Conference of Society of Pharmacognosy-2015 held at Vizag during March 20th-22nd, 2015.
  6. Anand, P., Sai Pushpitha, Venkateswarlu, Dynamic optimization of a Copolymerization reactor using artificial neural networks and differential evolution, 65th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2014, held at Chandigarh during 27-30, Dec 2014.
  7. Satya Eswari, J., Anusha, M. Gowthami, Ch. and Venkateswarlu, Response surface modeling of lactic acid production by mixed consortia. 65th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2012 and International Conference on “Sustainable Technologies for Energy and Environment in Process Industries” organized jointly by the IIChEDoaba Regional Centre and the Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jalandhar, to be held during December 27-30, 2012.
  8. Satya Eswari, J. and Ch.Venkateswarlu,Multiobjective Optimization of a Pharmaceutical Formulation Using Multiple Regression Model and Nondominated Sorting Differential Evolution. 65th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2012 and International Conference on “Sustainable Technologies for Energy and Environment in Process Industries” organized jointly by the IIChEDoaba Regional Centre and the Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jalandhar, to held during December 27-30, 2012. 
  9. Satya Eswari, J, Akshaymodi, Deep priyakapoor and Venkateswarlu, “Modeling of a fixed bed biofilm reactor treating pharmaceutical industry waste water”, World Congress on Biotechnology organised by Bright International Conferences & Events Organization, 4-6, May 2012, Hyderabad, India
  10. Satya Eswari, J, Amarnathreddy, K, Bharath Kumar, M and Venkateswarlu, “Empirical modelling of lipopetidebiosurfactant process using experimental data”, World Congress on Biotechnology organised by Bright International Conferences & Events Organization, 4-6, May 2012, Hyderabad, India.
  11. Satya Eswari, J, Anusha, M, Ch.Goutami and Venkateswarlu, “Optimal state and parameter estimation for on-line optimizing control of a biochemical reactor” World Congress on Biotechnology organised by Bright International Conferences & Events Organization, 4-6, May 2012, Hyderabad, India.
  12. Satya Eswari, J, and Venkateswarlu, “Kinetics of growth for lactic acid production by rhamnosus and rhizopusoryza" Biofest-2012, organized by International Bioconference&Event,  Leonia International World Covention Centre, 12-13 December 2012,   Hyderabad, India.
  13. Satya Eswari, J, and Venkateswarlu, "Production of rhamnolipidbiosurfactant by pseudomonas aerogenosa: Optimization of nutrient levels using response surface methodology" Biofest-2012, organized by International Bioconference& Event,  Leonia International World Covention Centre, 12-13 December 2012,   Hyderabad, India. 
  14. Satya Eswari, J, and Venkateswarlu, "Design of experiments, empirical modeling and optimization of media conditions for lactic acid productionby mixed consortia" Biofest-2012, organized by International Bioconference& Event,  Leonia International World Covention Centre,12-13 December2012,   Hyderabad, India.
  15. Prashant Gupta and Venkateswarlu, “Model Predictive Control Based Cascade Scheme for Fluidized Catalytic Cracking Unit”, 3rdInternational Conference on Modeling and Simulation to be held on January 7-9, 2011, Mumbai, India.
  16. Eswari, J.S., Amit Kumar Banerjee, and Venkateswarlu,“Protein Structure Prediction Using Denavit-Hartenberg Local Frames and Differential Evolution”, International Conference on Proteomics & Bioinformatics, Organized by Omics Publishing Group, USA, and Editors of Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics, and Journal of Data Mining in Genomics & Proteomics, 06-08, June 2011, Hyderabad, India. 
  17. Kiran, K. Eswari, J.S.andVenkateswarlu, “A Radial Basis Function Network Methodology for Species Identification in Mosquitoes”, International Conference on Proteomics & Bioinformatics, Organized by Omics Publishing Group, USA, and Editors of Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics and Journal of Data Mining in Genomics & Proteomics, 06-08, June 2011, Hyderabad, India
  18. Sumana C, Venkateswarlu, ‍‍Ravindra D. Gudi, ‍‍Mani Bhushan,Improved methodology for nonlinear process monitoring based on kernel PCA. International PSE Conference, NUS, Singapore, Asia, 2010.
  19. Ashok Kumar, K. Krishna, Ch.Venkateswarlu and R.C. Sastry, Simulation Studies in a Catalytic Tubular Reactor for State Estimation byInferential Method. International Conference on Modeling, Optimization, and Computing (ICMOS 2010). AIP Conference Proceedings, Volume1298, Volume 1298, Issue 1, p.172-177.
  20. Sumana, C.,Venkateswarlu, RavindraGudi& Mani Bhushan, Dynamic Kernel Scatter Difference Based Discriminant Analysis   for Diagnosis of Tennessee EsatmanProcess.American Control Conference, June 10-12, 2009, St. Louis, USA (Proceedings).
  21. Rama Rao, K., D.P. Rao and Venkateswarlu,Soft Sensor Based Nonlinear Control of a Chaotic Reactor. 2 nd IFAC International Conference, Sept 21-23, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey (Proceedings). 
  22. Rama Rao, K. and Venkateswarlu, “Coupled Extended Kalman Filter Based Nonlinear Control of A Oscillatory Chaotic Reactor”. International conference on advances in computing, control and telecommunication technologies (ACT-IEEE), December 8-9, 2009, Trivandrum, India.  
  23. Siva Prasad, B.V.N., Trinadh Kumar and Ch. Venkateswarlu, Artificial Neural Network Assisted Design and Optimization of Ketoprofen Hydrogel Drug Formulation. ProceedingsInternational Conference on Modeling and Simulation (CITICOMS 2007),  Coimbatore, 27-29, August 2007. 
  24. Jeevan Kumar, B., K. Pramanik &Venkateswarlu,Inferential Control of Multicomponent Reactive Batch Distillation, Proceedings,  57 th Annual Session of   Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Mumbai, December, 2004.
  25. Uma Maheshwar Kiran,  Sumit Kumar Gupta  and  Venkateswarlu, Neural Network Based Model Predictive Control of Unstable Systems,  Proceedings, 57 th Annual Session of the Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Mumbai, December, 2004.
  26. Venkateswarlu, Ch.  and  Gangiah,  Dynamic  Fuzzy  Adaptive  Control  of Nonlinear Unstable Processes.  Proceedings, Technical Session of 5 th  World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Sandiego, California, U.S.A., July 1996.

National Conference Proceedings

  1. Anand, PandVenkateswarlu,Dynamic optimization of a co-polymerization reactor using neural networks. 67th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2014organized by Chandigarh Regional Centre, held at Chandigarh, India, December 27-30, 2014.
  2. Venkateswarlu,Ch. and P. Anand, Multiobjective optimal control of a co-polymerization reactor  using differential evolution Presentation. 65th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2012and International Conference on “Sustainable Technologies for Energy and Environment in Process Industries” organized jointly by the IIChEDoaba Regional Centre and the Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), held at Jalandhar, India, December 27-30, 2012.
  3. Satya Eswari, J., Anusha, M., Gouthami, Ch. and Venkateswarlu, “Response surface modelin of lactic acid production”, Presentation. 65th Annual Session ofIndian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2012 and International Conference on “Sustainable Technologies for Energy and Environment in Process Industries” organized jointly by the IIChEDoaba Regional Centre and the Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), held at Jalandhar, India,  December 27-30, 2012.
  4. Satya Eswari, and Venkateswarlu, “Complex dynamic behavior analysis of biochemical networks using linear systems approch”, Presentation. 65thAnnuaRl Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2012and International Conference on “Sustainable Technologies for Energy and Environment in Process Industries” organized jointly by the IIChEDoaba Regional Centre and the Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), held at Jalandhar, India, December 27-30, 2012.
  5. Satya Eswari, and Venkateswarlu, “Multiobjective optimization of a pharmaceutical formulation using multiple regression model and nondominated sorting differential evolution”, Presentation. 65thAnnuaRl Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers CHEMCON–2012and International Conference on “Sustainable Technologies for Energy and Environment in Process Industries” organized jointly by the IIChEDoaba Regional Centre and the Department of Chemical Engineering Dr. B. R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), held at Jalandhar, India, December 27-30, 2012.
  6. Satya Eswari, J. and Venkateswarlu, “Response Surface Modeling and Simultaneous Optimization Using Differential Evolution for a   Biosurfactant Process”, Proceedings, 63rdIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Annamalai University, India, 27-29, December 2010.
  7. Sumana, C., Venkateswarlu, Ch.Ravindra D. Gudiand ‍‍Mani Bhushan“An Improved KPCA Method For Nonlinear Process Monitoring”, Proceedings, 63rdIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Annamalai University, India, 27-29, December 2010.
  8. Siva Kumar, B. and Venkateswarlu, “Evaluation of Kinetic Parameters for Biofilm Processes via Inverse Modeling Using Ant Colony Optimization”,  Proceedings, 63rdIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Annamalai University, India, 27-29, December 2010.
  9. Rama Rao, K.,  P. Rao and Ch. Venkateswarlu, “Fuzzy Logic Control  of a Runaway Batch Chemical Reactor”, Proceedings, 62 ndIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Visakhapatnam, India, 27-30, December 2009.
  10. Rajitha, Y. and Venkateswarlu, “Optimal State Estimation of a High Dimensional Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit”, Proceedings, 62 ndIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Visakhapatnam, India, 27-30, December 2009.
  11. Sumana, C, Maisura Reddy and Venkateswarlu, “Nonlinear Process Model Reduction Using Empirical Observability Gramians”, Proceedings, 62 ndIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Visakhapatnam, India, 27-30, December 2009.
  12. Ravi Kishore, G,  Naveen, N. Anil and Ch. Venkateswarlu, “The Chemometric Approach for Process State Estimation” , Proceedings, 62 ndIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, heldat Visakhapatnam, India, 27-30, December 2009.
  13. Ramarao, K and Venkateswarlu, “Coupled Extended Kalman Filter Based Nonlinear Control of a OscillatoryChaotic Reactor: International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control, & Telecommunication Technologies (ACT - IEEE), Trivandrum,  India, 2009.
  14. Venkatesh N, Harish SVS, Srikanth B, Anand P and Venkateswarlu,Inferential Estimation of Product Compositions in Multicomponent Batch Distillation Using Artificial Neural Networks. 61stIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Chandigarh, India, 27-30, December 2008.
  15. Anil, N, T.V. PhaniBhushan, Ch. Ashleshaand Venkateswarlu, Artificial Neural Soft Sensor for Product Compositions in Multicomponent Batch Distillation. Proceedings, 60thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress (Diamond Jubilee Coinference), Kolkata, India, 27-30, December 2007.
  16. Vijay Bhaskar Reddy, M, RamagiriAbhinav, C. Sumana and  Venkateswarlu, Monitoring and Diagnosis of Process Upsets Using Multivariate Statistical Methods. Proceedings, 60thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress (Diamond Jubilee Coinference), Kolkata, India, 27-30, December 2007.
  17. Ashok Kumar, I and Venkateswarlu, Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of a Continuous Yeast Bioreactor, Proceedings, 59 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with International partners, Ankaleswar, 27-30, December 2006.
  18. Sumana, C. andVenkateswarlu, Inferential Control of Metathesis Reactive Distillation Column, Proceedings, 59 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with International partners, Ankaleswar, 27- 30, December 2006.
  19. Mallaiah, M, G. Uma Sankar&Venkateswarlu, Dynamic Modeling and Inferential Control of Continuous Packed Bed Reactive Distillation Column, Proceedings, 58 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with International partners, Delhi, 14 th-17 th December 2005.
  20. Anand, P, D. Surender&Ch.Venkateswarlu,Multiobjective Optimization of a Copolymerization Reactor Using Differential Evolution, Proceedings, 58 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with International partners, Delhi, 14 th-17 th December 2005.
  21. Bose, M. S. R. K., G. Sathyendra Kumar &Venkateswarlu,  Process Monitoring and Control Through Detection, Identification and Reconstruction of Faulty Sensors.Proceedings, Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Bhubaneswar, December 2003.
  22. Ravichandra, P.V.S., Madhuri and Ch. Venkateswarlu, Model Predictive Control of Ethyl Acetate Reactive Distillation Column. Proceedings, Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Bhubaneswar, December 2003.
  23. Venkateswarlu,ChandAnkur Agarwal, Dynamic Optimisation of Nonlinear Processes Under Uncertainty. Proceedings, Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Hyderabad, December 2002.
  24. Venkata Rao, K., P. Anand and VenkateswarluModel Predictive Control of Unstable Nonlinear System. Proceedings, Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Hyderabad, December 2002. 
  25. Ch.Venkateswarlu, Sruthi, Nonlinear State Estimation in Complex Dynamic Systems. Proceedings, Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Hyderabad, Dec. 2002.
  26. Venkateswarlu, Ch.and Gangiah,  Fault  Diagnosis  of  Titanium Dioxide  Kiln Using Signed Directed Graph and Fuzzy Logic.  Proceedings, National Seminar on Computer Process Control in Metallurgical Industries, Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Hyderabad, India, April 1992.

Papers Presented at Technical Conferences 

  1. Satya eswari and Ch. Venkateswarlu , Presided a technical session at an international conference on “New Dimensions in Chemistry and Chemical Technology-Applications in Pharma Industry (NDCT-2014)” held at Centre for Chemical Sciences and Technology(IST), JNTU, Hyderabad on 25th June 2014.
  2. Satya eswari and Ch. Venkateswarlu, “Kinetic analysis of growth and biosurfactant  production by pseudomonas aerugenosausing minimal salt media”, organized by A.P.Science Congress, held at Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, during 14-16, 2012. 
  3. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, “Kinetics of growth for Lactic acid production by rhamnosus and Rhizopusoryza”. Bifest-2012, organized byInternational Bio Conference & Event, Leonia International Convention Centre, Hyderabad, India, held on 12-13 December 2012.
  4. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, “Production of rhamnolipidbiosurfactant by pseudomonas aerogenosa: Optimization of nutrients levels using response surface methodology”. Bifest-2012, organized by International Bio Conference & Event, Leonia International Convention Centre, Hyderabad, India,. held on 12-13 December 2012.
  5. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, “Design of Experiments and Empirical Modeling and Optimization of media conditions for lactic acid Production by mixed consortia”. Bifest-2012, organized by International Bio Conference & Event, Leonia International Convention Centre, Hyderabad, India,. held on 12-13 December 2012
  6. Swathi, P and Venkateswarlu, “Optimal Estimation of Complex Dynamics in Nonlinear Chemical Reactor Using Unscented Kalman Filter”, 64 thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, Bangalore, India, 27-29, December 2011.
  7. Satya Eswari, J and Venkateswarlu, “Optimal Control of Poly (b-hydroxybutyrate) Fed-Batch Bioreactor by Iterative Dynamic programming. 64 thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, Bangalore, India, 27-29, December 2011.
  8. Dasaradhi, D, Sumana, C and Venkateswarlu, “On-line Fault Detection of Complex Chemical Processes Using Independent Component Analysis”, 64 thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, Bangalore, India, 27-29, December 2011.
  9. Satya Eswari, J, Pruthviraj, S, BhawanaKumari,and Venkateswarlu, “Metabolic Flux Analysis and Dynamic Modeling of Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) Cell Cultivation Process”, 64 thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, Bangalore, India,  27-29, December 2011.
  10. Rajitha,Y. and Venkateswarlu, “Model Based Fault Diagnosis of Nonlinear Chemical Plants Using Extended Discrete Kalman Filter”, Proceedings, 63rdIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Annamalai University, India, 27-29, December 2010
  11. Renitha, T, Anand, P. and Venkateswarlu, “Dynamic Optimization of a Copolymerization Reactor Using Differential Evolution”, Proceedings, 63rdIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Annamalai University, India, 27-29, December 2010.
  12. Srinivasa Rao, G.,   Animesh, K. Rama Rao and Ch. Venkateswarlu, “Estimator Based Nonlinear Control of a Dynamical Chemical Reactor”,  Proceedings, 62 ndIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Visakhapatnam, India, 27-30, December 2009.
  13. Anad, P, AshleshaCh, Srujana K, Spandana R and Venkateswarlu, Optimal Control of a Semibatch Copolymerization Reactor. 61stIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Chandigarh, India, 27-30, December 2008.
  14. Sumana, C. and  Venkateswarlu, A Genetic Algorithm Based PI Controller Tuning  for Multivariable  Processes : Application to Distillation Column.   60thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress (Diamond Jubilee Coinference), held at Kolkata, India, 27-30, December 2007.
  15. Ashok Kumar, I, C. Sumana and  Venkateswarlu,   Selection of  Optimal Sensor Locations for State Estimation in Distributed Dynamic Systems. 60thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress (Diamond Jubilee Coinference),  held at Kolkata, India, 27-30, December 2007.
  16. HardikMakkar, Ganesh Binwal and Venkateswarlu, Gaussian Potential Function Network Based Model Predictive Control of Unstable Bioreactors.60thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress (Diamond Jubilee Coinference), Kolkata, India, 27-30, December 2007.
  17. Shyam Prasad, M. and  Venkateswarlu, Fault Diagnosis via Hierarchical Support Vector Machines.  National Symposium on Advances in Chemical Engineering, held at University College of Technology, Osmania University,  Hyderabad, India, 22-24, November 2007.
  18. Siva Prasad, B.V.N. and Venkateswarlu, Modeling and Optimization of Pharmaceutical Formulations- Response Surface Metgodology.  National Symposium on Advances in Chemical Engineering, held at University College of Technology, Osmania University,  Hyderabad, India, 22-24, November 2007.
  19. Anil, N., V.V. Basava Rao and  Venkateswarlu, Data Driven Model Based Composition Estimation Scheme for Batch Distillation.  National Symposium on Advances in Chemical Engineering, held at University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 22-24, November 2007.
  20. Iyengar, K.S. and  Venkateswarlu, Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of a Fixed Bed Catalytic Reactor.  National Symposium on Advances in Chemical Engineering, held at University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 22-24, November 2007.
  21. Siva Prasad, B.V.N. and Venkateswarlu,  Optimization of a Drug Formulation  Based on Response Surface Methodology. Proceedings, 60thIIChE Annual Session of Chemical Engineering Congress (Diamond Jubilee Coinference), Kolkata, India, 27-30, December 2007.
  22. Sumana, C. and  Venkateswarlu, Monitoring and Diagnosis of Process Upsets Using Multivariate Statistical Methods. National Symposium on Advances in Chemical Engineering, held at University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, 22-24, November 2007.
  23. Anand, P. and VenkateswarluModified Differential Evolution Based Multiobje-ctive Optimization of Polymerization Reactors,Proceedings, 59 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress in Association with International partners, Ankaleswar, 2730 December, 2006.
  24. Venkateswarlu,Chand P. Anand , Optimal State and Parameter Inferential On-Line Optimization of A Biochemical Reactor, Presented at the Technical Session of 58 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress Organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers in Association with International partners, Delhi, 14 th-17 th December 2005.
  25. Anil, N. , V.V. Basava Rao &Venkateswarlu, State Estimation of A Multistage Multicomponent Batch Separation Process With Optimal Sensor Configuration, Presented at the Technical Session of 58 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress Organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers in Association with International partners, Delhi, 14 th-17 th December 2005.
  26. Anand, P &Venkateswarlu,Multiobjective Optimization of a Bulk Polyme-rization Semi-Batch Reactor, Presented at the 57 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Organised by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers in Association with American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Mumbai, during 27-30, December 2004.
  27. Moizuddin, K. Yamuna Rani   and   Ch. Venkateswarlu,     Experimental Implementation of Generic Model Controller to an Exothermic Batch Chemical Reactor, Presented at the 57 th Annual Session of Indian Chemical Engineering Congress, Mumbai, Organised by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers in Association with American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Mumbai, December 27-30, 2004.
  28. Anand, P. and Md. Moizuddin& Venkateswarlu, Energy  Model  Based Nonlinear Internal Model Control of an Exothermic Batch Chemical Reactor Using a Soft Sensor for Rate of Heat Release. Presented at the Technical Session CHEMCON-2003, Bhubaneswar,  during 19-22, December 2003.
  29. Ravi Chandra, P.V.S. & Venkateswarlu, Dynamic Simulation of an Esterification Reactive Distillation Column. Presented at the Technical Session CHEMCON-2003, Bhubaneswar, during 19-22, December 2003.
  30. Venkateswarlu,ChB, Sukanya and Preethica Kumar, “Nonlinear Geometric Control of a Chaotic Reactor”. Presented at the Technical Session of CHEMCON-2002, Hyderabad during 19-22, December 2002.
  31. Moizuddin, K. Yamuna Rani andCh. Venkateswarlu, “PC Based Real Time Monitoring and Control System for a Chemical Reactor”. National Systems Conference, Hyderabad, November, 2002.
  32. Anand, P, K. Yamuna Rani andVenkateswarlu, “An Extended Two-step Method for Computing Optimal Control Policyin a BatchReactor”. Presented at the Technical Session of CHEMCON-2002, Hyderabad during 19-22, December 2002. 
  33. Venkateswarlu,Ch., Vithal, I.V.S. and P. Madhava Varma, Use of Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting Kraft Pulping Process Performance. Presented at a Seminar on Prospects & Constraints of Chemical & Allied Industries in India organised by Indian Institution of Engineers at Dhanbad, India  held in November 2000.
  34. Naidu,K.V.S. andChVenkateswarlu, Fuzzy Model Based Predictive Control of Continuous Fermentor. Presented at the 51 stIIChE Technical Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, Visakhapatnam, India, December 1998.
  35. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Fault  Diagnosis Resolution  Improvement with Qualitative and Quantitative Fuzzy Reasoning.  Presented at the 48 thIIChE Technical Session of Chemical Engineering Congress, held at Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, India, December 1995. 
  36. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Microprocessor  Based  Soft Sensors. National Symposium on InstrumentationOrganised by the Instrument Society of India Tirupati, India, January 1994. 
  37. Venkateswarlu, Ch., Yamuna Rani and K.Gangiah,  Adaptive Constrained Generalized Predictive Control.  Presented at the Symposium on Advances in Chemical Engineering  Organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, India, August 1994. 
  38. Venkateswarlu, Ch. and Gangiah,  Composition Estimation in Multiple Fraction    Multicomponent Batch Distillation.  Presented at the 45 thIIChE Technical Session of Chemical Engineering Congress,Manipal, India, December 1992.
  39. Chaired a Technical Session of National Level Students Seminar at the Department of Chemical Engineering of Jawaharlal National Technological Universuity, Ananthpur, Andhra Pradesh, 22 & 23, April 1999.

Invited/Expert Lectures Delivered 

  1. A key note lecture on "Artificial neural networks and their applications in Engineering and Technology Domain" has been delivered at an International conference on Research Advancements in Applied Engineering Sciences, Computer and Communication Technologies (ICRAAESCCT-18) organized at BV Raju Institute of Technology, Greater Hyderabad, during 12th & 13th July 2018.
  2. An invited talk, entitled "Experimental design and response surface methodology- Research approach", has been delivered on 10 February 2018 at a Faculty Development Program on Academic English, Integral Personality Development and Research Methodology, organized by University College of Technology, OU, Hyderabad during 8th -12th February 2018.
  3. An invited talk, entitled "Response surface methodology-application to chemical and pharmaceutical processes" has been delivered on 10 February 2018 at  a Faculty Development Program on Academic English, Integral Personality Development and Research Methodology, organized by University College of Technology, OU, Hyderabad during 8th -12th February 2018.
  4. An invited talk, entitled "Monitoring and state estimation of bioreactors" has been delivered on 13 January 2017 at  a TEQIP sponsored short term training course on "Bioprocess development, reactor design and analysis" conducted by Department of Biotechnology, NIT, Raipur, during 9th to 13th Jan.2017.
  5. An invited talk, entitled "Experimental designs and response surface models for process and product optimization: application to pharmaceutical formulation" has been delivered at CVSR Engineering College, Anurag group, Hyderabad on 17-th December 2016. 
  6. An expert talk, entitled "Response surface model based evolutionary optimization: applications in science and engineering" has been delivered at  a short term course on "Soft Computing and Intelligent Techniques in Science and Engineering" conducted by Department of Computer Science & Engineering, NIT, Raipur on 2nd October 2016.
  7. An expert talk, entitled "Artificial intelligence model based evolutionary optimization: applications in science and engineering" has been delivered at  a short term course on "Soft Computing and Intelligent Techniques in Science and Engineering" conducted by Department of Computer Science & Engineering, NIT, Raipur on 2nd October 2016.
  8. An expert talk, entitled "Experimental design based response surface modelling and optimization” has been delivered at National Students Chemical Engineering Congress organized at BV Raju Institute of Technology during 10th & 11th September 2016.
  9. A guest lecture entitled "Design of Experiments and Response Surface Modeling", has been delivered at a national work shop on Advances in Modeling, Optimization and Control of Chemical Processes, organized by PadmasriDr BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, during 28-30, July 2015.
  10. A guest lecture entitled "Advances in Process Optimization", has been delivered at a national work shop on Advances in Modeling, Optimization and Control of Chemical Processes, organized by PadmasriDr BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, during 28-30, July 2015.
  11. A series of  25 invited lectures have been delivered on process dynamics and control for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC Training School, Hyderabad, during February 2015.
  12. An invited lecture entitled “Soft Sensors for Monitoring and Control of Nonlinear Processes”, has been delivered at National University of Singapore on 03-10-2014.
  13. A FIST Proposal in setting up R&D facility at BVRIT has been presented to DST Committee at ICT, Mumbai, 25-09-2014. 
  14. An invited lecture entitled "Evolution and Advances in Process Control Systems", has been delivered at a national conference, TechnoSmania, organized by University College of Technology, Osmania university, Hyderabad on 26th March 2014
  15. A series of  25 invited lectures have been delivered on process dynamics and control for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC Training School, Hyderabad, during February 2014. 
  16. An expert lecture entitled “Design Of Experiments and Response Surface Modelling: R&D Focus” has been delivered at a Refresher Course on “Mathematical Modeling and Simulation for Scientists &Engineers”Sponsored  Grants Commission and organized by Academic Staff College, JNTU, Hyderabad on 3rd December 2013. 
  17. An expert lecture entitled  “Trends in the Development of Control Systems: Concepts Evolution and Advances”has been delivered at a Refresher Course on “Mathematical Modeling and Simulation for Scientists & Engineers” Sponsored by  University Grants Commission and organized by Academic Staff College, JNTU, Hyderabad on 14th December 2013.
  18. A lecture entitled “Control systems: Concepts and Evolution” has been presented under ATL week end lecture series program at PadmasriDr BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur on 23rd November 2013.
  19. A research topic entitled “Development of Data Driven Model Based Composition Soft Sensors for Multi-component Batch Distillation”  has been presented at DST PAC meeting held at National Chemical Laboratory, Pune on 23rd August 2013. 
  20. A series of lectures on “Process Modeling and Simulation” have been presented at Train the Trainers Program organized by PadmasriDr BV Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur during 3rd to 7th  June 2013.
  21. An Invited lecture on “Evolution Of Process Control: Model Predictive Control Of Complex Nonlinear Processes”, has been delivered at TEQUIP program organized by Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT), Hyderabad on 1st March 2012. 
  22. A series of  25 guest lectures have been delivered on process dynamics and control for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2013.
  23. An Invited lecture on “Process and Product Optimization Using Experimental Design Techniques”, organized by A.P.Science Congress, held at Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, during 14-16, November 2012.
  24. An Invited lecture on “Hybrid Modeling and Analysis of Complex Engineering Systems”, Organized by Department of Chemical Engineering, University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Under  TEQIP conference October 11-13, 2012
  25. A series of 20 guest lectures have been delivered on process dynamics and control for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2012.
  26. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2012. 
  27. A Guest Lecture on “Trends in the Development of Control Systems”, Kakinada Institute of Engineering & Technology, Kakinada on 29-07-2011. 
  28. A series of 25 lectures on the subject of Engineering Mathematics have  been delivered  for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2011. 
  29. A series of  20 guest lectures have been delivered on process dynamics and control for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2011.
  30. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2011.
  31. A Guest Lecture on “Artificial Neural Networks in Image and Information Processing”, Kakinada Institute of Engineering & Technology, Kakinada on 29-07-2011.
  32. A series of 25 lectures on the subject of Engineering Mathematics have  been delivered  for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2010.
  33. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2010.
  34. A series of 15 guest lectures have been delivered on process dynamics and control for trainee scientific officers of Baba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) at NFC, Hyderabad, during February 2010. 
  35. An invited lecture on “Nueural Networks and Applications” has been    delivered  to the  faculty of Vignan Engineering College, Hyderabad on  8 th May, 2010.
  36. A Guest lecture on “Advances on Process Control” has been delivered at OUCT, Hyderabad 18 th June 2009. 
  37. A series of 30 lectures on the subject of Engineering Mathematics have  been delivered  for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad,  2009.
  38. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during April, 2009.
  39. A lecture, entitled  “Design of Experiments and Response Surface Modeling”has been delivered for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by CDAC, IICT & JNTU, Hyderabad, October 2008.
  40. An Guest lecture on “Soft Sensors for Monitoring and Control of Bioprocesses” has been delivered at the National Seminar on Industrial Biotechnology-Its Scope and Perspectives, Organized by JKC College ,Guntur,  23 rd February, 2008.
  41. A lecture, entitled  “Artificial Neural Networks and Applications in Bioinformatics” has been delivered for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by CDAC, IICT & JNTU, Hyderabad, October 2008. 
  42. A series of  lectures on the subject of Engineering Mathematics have  been delivered  for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad,  2008.
  43. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during April, 2008. 
  44. A lecture, entitled  “Design of Experiments and Response Surface Modeling”has been delivered for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by CDAC, IICT & JNTU, Hyderabad, October 2008.
  45. A lecture, entitled  “Ann Assisted Design and Optimization of Pharmaceutical  Formulation” has been delivered for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by CDAC, IICT & JNTU, Hyderabad, October 2008.
  46. A topic, entitled “Development of Soft Sensors  for On-line Optimization and Control of Bioprocesses” has been presented at DST-PAC cluster-of- projects meeting on Sensor and Allied Instrumentation at Trivendrum, 22-23August, 2008. 
  47. A Guest Lecture, entitled  “Design of Experiments – Response Surface Optimization”has been delivered to Innogent Technologies, Hyderabad, October 2008.
  48. A special lecture on “Correlation Analysis and Regression Modeling” has been delivered at the National Workshop on Design of Experiments for Scientists and Engineers, jointly conducted by IICT, Hyderabad and HRDC (CSIR) at IICT, Hyderabad, India, 16-17, August 2007. 
  49. A series of 25 lectures on the subject of Engineering Mathematics have  been delivered  for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad,  2007.
  50. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during April, 2007.
  51. A series of  15  lectures have been delivered for an advanced process control  course for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during May 2007. 
  52. An invited lecture on  “Optimization and Applications” has been delivered at the National Workshop on Design of Experiments for Scientists and Engineers, jointly conducted by IICT, Hyderabad and HRDC (CSIR) at IICT, Hyderabad, India, 16-17, August 2007. 
  53. A special lecture has been delivered on “Dynamic Optimization of Chemical Processes”  at the National Workshop on Advances in Chemical Engineering (Under TEQIP Networking Program) held at JNTU College of Engineering,Anantapur, during, 23rd& 24th February, 2007. 
  54. A special lecture has been delivered on “Novel Optimization Algoritms”  at the National Workshop on Advances in Chemical Engineering (Under TEQIP Networking Program) held at JNTU College of Engineering, Anantapur, during, 23rd& 24th February, 2007.
  55. Participated on invitation in a workshop on Academic Reforms in Chemical Engineering (Under TEQIP Networking Program) held at University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, on March 2nd 2007.
  56. A series of  lectures on the subject of Engineering Mathematics have  been delivered  for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad,  2006. 
  57. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during April, 2006.
  58. A series of  15  lectures have been delivered for an advanced process control  course for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during May 2006.
  59. An Invited lecture on “Evolutionary Computation - Genetic Algorithms”,  has  been delivered at a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by IICT, JNTU and CDAC, Hyderabad, October 2006. 
  60. An Invited lecture on “ANN for Diseases Diagnosis”, has been delivered at a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by IICT, JNTU and CDAC, Hyderabad, October 2006.
  61. An Invited lecture on “Bioprocess  Information Processing  Using  Artificial  Neural Networks: Modeling, Monitoring and Control Issues” has been delivered at a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by IICT, JNTU and CDAC, Hyderabad, November 2005. 
  62. A lecture on “Solving Measurement Problems in Plant Operations Through Process Model Based Sensors" has been delivered at Chemical Engineering Division Seminar of IICT, December, 2005. 
  63. A series of 10 lectures have been delivered on Process Simulation, Modeling & Optimization to trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during April, 2005. 
  64. A special lecture on “Modeling and Control of Bioreactors” has been delivered at a  Two day National Workshop on Recent Advances in Biotechnology organized by the Department of Biotechnology, TKR College of Engineering & Technology, JNTU, 18-19,  February 2005. 
  65. A series of  10  lectures have been delivered for an advanced process control  course for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during May 2005.
  66. A series of  25  lectures have been delivered for an engineering mathematics course conducted for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during September-October 2005. 
  67. A special lecture on “Modeling, Monitoring and Control of Biochemical processes” has been delivered at a  National Seminar on Bioprocesses and Production Technologies organised by the Centre for Biotechnology & Department of Environmental Sciences Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, during 21-23, December 2004. 
  68. A series of  25  lectures have been delivered for an engineering mathematics course conducted for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during September-October 2004.
  69. A lecture on “Modeling, Monitoring and Control of Biochemical processes Using Artificial Neural Networks” has been delivered for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by IICT and CDAC at IICT, Hyderabad, November 2004.
  70. A series of  10  lectures have been delivered for an advanced process control  course for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during May 2004.
  71. An expert Lecture entitled, “Modeling and Identification of Dynamic Systems”, has been delivered at a program on Emerging Trends in Control & Instrumentation  Organised by Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Hyderabad, during 23-25 March, 2004.
  72. A series of  25 lectures have been  delivered for an engineering mathematics course conducted for trainee scientific officers of Heavy Water Board at Nuclear Fuel Complex (A division of BARC), Hyderabad, during September-October 2003.
  73. A lecture on "Dynamics and Control of Reactive Distillation" has been given at Chemical  Engineering Division Seminar of IICT in July 2003.
  74. A lecture on Dynamic Non-equilibrium Modelling and Control of Reactive Distillation has been given at Chemical Engineering Division Seminar  of IICT in August 2003. 
  75. A lecture on “Modeling and Control of Bioprocess Systems”, has been given for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by IICT and CDAC at IICT, Hyderabad, December 2002. 
  76. A lecture on “Monitoring and Control of Biochemical processes by Using Artificial Neural Networks” has been given for a course of Advanced Diploma in Bioinformatics jointly conducted by IICT and CDAC at IICT, Hyderabad.,December 2002.
  77. An expert lecture on “Control of  Nonlinear Chemical Processes Using Artificial Neural Networks”, is delivered at a training program on Computer Control of Chemical Processes sponsored by AICTE/ISTE and organised by Department of Chemical Engineering, Regional Engineering College, Warangal, Andhra Pradesh, June 21, 2001.
  78. A presentation on  “Recent Developments in Process Control and Optimization”, is made at a National Symposium on Energy Management and Conservation in Heavy Water Plants and Allied Chemical Industries organised by Heavy Water Board & Confederation of Indian Industry, February 9, 2000, Mumbai, India. 
  79. A presentation on “Advanced Realtime Process Control Technology for Batch Reactors”, is made at the Project Advisory Council Meeting of Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology, at Indian Institute if Technology, Mumbai, India, July 1999.
  80. A lecture on “Introduction to Fuzzy Set Theory and Applications to Bioprocess Systems”, is given at a seminar on Fermentation Strategies and Bioreactor Selection organized by  Biochemical and Environmental Engineering Group at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, India, April 1999.

 

Ph.D.:Chemical Engineering, JNTU Ananthapur, 2012.
M.Tech.: College of Technology, Osmania University Hyderabad,2000
B.Tech.: College of Technology, Osmania University Hyderabad,1993.
Teaching Experience – 20 years
Industry Experience - 3 years

Dr. G.B. Radhika

Professor
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Contact Number: 9441959308

JNTUH Registration ID:67150407-123931

BVRITN Employee ID: 65

Professional Affiliations

  1. Life Member, Indian Society for Technical Education.
  2. Life Member, IIChe,.

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. M.Tech. guidance: 14 students
  2. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 50 students
  3. Ph.D. guidance: Guided 2 students
  4. No. of international journal & international conference publications: 15
  5. No. of national conference proceedings & paper presentations: 5
  6. No. of guest lectures delivered: 15

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Separation Process
  2. Membrane Separations

Fields of interest:

  1. Process Modeling & simulation
  2. Transport Processes
  3. Reaction Engineering

Research Papers Published

  1. G.B.Radhika, S.Sitharamayya, “Effect of pretreatment on processing of rice bran oil by ultra filtration”, Journal of food science and technology, 38(2), 45- 49, 2001.
  2. G.B.Radhika, S.V.Satyanarayana and D.G. Rao, “Mathematical Model on Thin Layer Drying of Finger Millet (Eluesine coracana)” Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 3(2), 2011, PP: 127 – 131.
  3. G.B.Radhika, S.V.Satyanarayana and D.G. Rao,” Microwave drying and grinding characteristics of Finger millet (Eluesine coracana), International Journal of Food Engineering, 2011.
  4. G.B.Radhika, S.V.Satyanarayana and D.G. Rao, “Thin Layer Drying Characteristics of Horse gram ( Dolichos Biflorous) undergoing Microwave Treatment: Development of a Mathematical Model, Res engineeria, 1(2), 2011, PP: 1 – 7.
  5. G.B.Radhika, S.V.Satyanarayana and D.G. Rao, “Thin Layer Drying Characteristics of Foxtail millet (Setaria Italica) and Estimation of Moisture Transfer Parameters,” International Journal of Chemical Engineering, 4(1), 2011, PP: 59 -69.
  6. G.B.Radhika and S.M.Shyma, “Estimation of Mass Transfer Parameters and Drying Characteristics of Black Pepper using Microwave Energy,” International Journal of Innovative research in advanced engineering, 8(1), 227-234, 2014.
  7. G.B.Radhika, S.V.Satyanarayana and D.G. Rao,” An investigation on drying of millets in a microwave oven”, International journal of emerging technology and advanced engineering, 3(6), 583-589, 2013.

International Conference Publications

  1. G.B.Radhika, S.Sitharamayya,“Crude rice bran oil processing by batch ultra filtration”, Proceedings, AOCS – OTA, International conference and Exhibition on oilseed and edible oil processing, 19-21, February 1999.
  2. G.B.Radhika, V. Lakshman, S. Sitharamayya, “Processing of used lubricating oil by ultrafiltration”, Proceedings, 55th Annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, CHEMCON, 19-22, December’ 2002.
  3. G.B.Radhika, S.V.Satyanarayana and D.G. Rao, “Effect of microwave heating on drying kinetics of millets”, Proceedings, 65th Annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, CHEMCON, 27-30, December’ 2012.
  4. S.M.Shyma, G.B.Radhika and N.Sirisha, “ Microwave Thin Layer Drying Model for Bayleaves (Laurus Nobilis), Proceedings, International Conference of on Environmental Biotechnology and Biodiversity, 3rd & 4th March’2014.
  5. G.B.Radhika, Shyma, P.Akhil, and T.Harshavardhan, “Microwave Thin Layer Drying Model For Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum),” 67th Annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, CHEMCON, 27-30, December’2014.
  6. G.B.Radhika, Shyma, G. Sai Anudeep, “Drying Characteristics Of Microwave Dried Bay Leaves,” 67th Annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, CHEMCON, 27-30, December’2014.

Ph.D.:JNTU Hyderabad, 2011.
M.Tech.:IIT Kharaghpuur,1987.
B.Tech.: Andhra University College of Engineering, Vishakapatnam,1985.

Teaching Experience – 9 years
Industry Experience - 17 years

Dr. J.S Prasad

Professor & Head
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Contact Number: 9490118934

JNTUH Registration ID: 38150407- 141045

BVRITN Employee ID: 376

Professional Affiliations

  1. Life Member, IIChe,.

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. M.Tech. guidance: 4 students
  2. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 15 students
  3. No. of international journal & international conference publications: 9

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Hydrogen
  2. Nanotechnology
  3. Environmental Engineering

Fields of interest:

  1. Hydrogen
  2. Nanotechnology
  3. Environmental Engineering

Research Papers Published

  1. Performance of Pd on activated carbon as hydrogen electrode with respect to hydrogen yield in a single cell International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 34, Issue 15, August 2009, Pages 6085-6088.
  2. In Situ Lithium Intercalation of carbon nano rods using flame synthesis, Composite Science & Technology 70 (2010) 255-259.
  3. Production of hydrogen and carbon nano fibers through the decomposition of methane over activated carbon supported Pd catalysts, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 35 (2010) 10977 - 10983.
  4. Methane cracking over commercial carbons for hydrogen production, International Journal of Energy and Environment Vol.1, Issue 4, 2010, PP.607-616.
  5. Production of hydrogen and carbon nano fibers through the decomposition of methane over activated carbon supported Ni catalysts, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36(2011) 11702 – 11711.
  6. Flame synthesis of carbon nano onions using Liquefied Petroleum Gas without catalyst, Material Science and Engineering C: 33(2013)758-762.
  7. Fabrication of High Pressure Hydrogen Adsorption/Desorption unit – Adsorption study on flame synthesized carbon nano fibers, Journal Industrial Engineering Chemistry, DOI: 0.1016/j.jiec.2012.11.013.
  8. Hydrogen adsorption in flame synthesized and Lithium Intercalated Carbon Nano fibers – A comparative study, Journal of Nano Science and Nano Technology, Vol.14, 1-5,2014.
  9. Carbon nano spheres synthesized via solution combustion method: Their application as anode material and catalyst for Hydrogen production, Carbon Letters Vol. 5, No.3, 198-202, (2014) .

Ph.D.: Chemical Engineering, JNTU Hyderabad,2015.
M.Tech.:Andhra University College of Engineering, Vishakapatnam,2000.
B.Tech.: - Andhra University College of Engineering, Vishakapatnam,1997.
Teaching Experience – 14 years

Dr.K.Vigneshwara Rao

Associate Professor
vigneshwararao.k @bvrit.ac.in

Contact Number: 

JNTUH Registration ID: 

BVRITN Employee ID:

Professional Affiliations

  1. Life Member, IIChe

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. M.Tech. guidance: 4 students
  2. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 45 students
  3. No. of international journal & international conference publications: 9

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Particle Technology
  2. Reaction Engineering
  3. Petroleum Engineering

Fields of interest:

  1. Particle Technology
  2. Reaction Engineering
  3. Petroleum Engineering

Research Papers Published

  1. Published in paper entitled “ Estimation of tangential velocity in Uniflow cyclone” in International Journal of Latest technology in Engineering Management and Applied science (IJLTEMAS) volume III, Issue IX, September 2014, Page 37-40.
  2. Presented a paper entitled “ Effect of pressure drop and tangential velocity on vane angle in uniflow cyclone” at International Conference on Chemical and Bio Process Engineering-ICCBPE-IN-2013 organised at NIT–Warangal during 16-17 Nov 2013.
  3. Presented a paper entitled “ Recovery of Iron powder from granite plant effluent by continuous settler ” at International Conference CHEMCON-2012 organised by IIChE at NIT – Jalandhar, Panjab during 27-30 Dec 2012.
  4. Presented a paper entitled “ Effect of geometric configuration on performance of uniflow cyclone ” at International Conference CHEMCON-2012 organised by IIChE at NIT – Jalandhar, Panjab during 27-30 Dec 2012.
  5. Presented a paper entitled “ Effect of vane angle on performance of uniflow cyclone ” at International Conference on Environmental Research ICER-2011 organised by NIT – Surat, Gujarat, during 15-17 Dec 2011.
  6. Presented a paper entitled “ Utilization of pharmaceutical liquid waste to produce gypsum ” at International Conference CHEMCON-2010 organised by IIChE at Anna University, Chidhambaram, Channai, during 27- 29 Dec 2010.
  7. Presented a paper entitled “ Batch drying characteristics of black gram, green gram, Bengal gram, soya beans and wheat grain ” at International Conference CHEMCON-2002 organised IIChE at Hyderabad during 19-22 Dec 2002.
  8. Vighneswara Rao.k, Balanarsaiah.T, Pitchumani.B , paper entitled “Effect of Geometric Configuration on Performance of Uniflow Cyclone” in International Journal of Engineering Research and Development (IJERD) volume 11, Issue 01, January-2015, Page. 63-69
  9. Vighneswara Rao.k, Balanarsaiah.T, Pitchumani.Bpaper entitled “Effect of Pressure Drop and Tangential Velocity in Uniflow Cyclone. in book of Apple Acadamic Press (Taylor & Francis Group), Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering – Trends and Devolopments,Chapter.4, Page no. 38-46.

 Dr.M.Mallaiah
Ph. D: Chemical Engineering, Reactive Distillation, NIT Warangal, 2015 
M.Tech: Chemical Engineering, JNTU Anantapur, 2005
B.Tech: Chemical Engineering, Sri Venkateswara Engineering College, Suryapet Affiliated to JNTU Hyderabad, 2003
Teaching Experience: 8 years
R&D Experience: 4 years

Dr. M. Mallaiah

Associate Professor
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Contact Number: +91-9948107272

JNTUH Registration ID: 7173-170104-134234

BVRITN Employee ID: 856

Professional Affliations: IIChE member

Fields of Specialization:

  • Reactive Distillation, Modelling and Simulation and Reaction Kinetics

Research Papers Published

  1. Mallaiah Mekala, Sunil Kumar Thamida and Venkat Reddy Goli, Pore diffusion model to predict the kinetics of heterogeneous catalytic esterification of acetic acid and methanol. Chemical Engineering Science, 2013, 104, 565-573.
  2. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, Comparative kinetics of esterification of methanol-acetic acid in the presence of Liquid and Solid catalysts. Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering,2014, 9, 791-799.
  3. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, Kinetics of esterification of methanol with acetic acid using mineral homogeneous acid catalyst. Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering.2015, 23(1), 100-105.
  4. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, Kinetic Study of Esterification of Acetic acid with Methanol Over Indion 190 Acidic Solid Catalyst. Kinetics and Catalysis, 2015, 56, 419-427.
  5. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli,Kinetics of esterification of acetic acid and methanol using Amberlyst 36 cation-exchange resin solid catalyst. Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, 2015, 40, 367-382.
  6. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli,Simulation of Continuous Packed bed Reactive Distillation Column for the Esterification Process using Activity Based Kinetic Model. Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering, 2016, 50,404-413.
  7. Mallaiah Mekala, and Venkat Reddy Goli, Optimization studies on a continuous catalytic reactive distillation column for methyl acetate production with response surface methodology, Journal of Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2016,69, 25-40.
  8. Anand Kishore Kola, Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, Experimental design data for the biosynthesis of citric acid using Central Composite Design method.  Data in Brief, Volume 12, June 2017, Pages 234-241.
  9. Mallaiah Mekala, Anand Kishore Kola and Venkat Reddy Goli, Catalytic reactive distillation for the esterification process: Experimental and Simulation.  Chemical and Bio-Chemical Engineering Quarterly, 2017, 31, 293-302.
  10. Mallaiah Mekala, Venkateshwarlu Chimmiri, Kinetic behaviour of esterification of acetic acid with methanol over solid acid catalysts. Austin Chemical Engineering, 2017, 4(2), 1-5.
  11. Mallaiah Mekala, Data on acetic acid-methanol-methyl acetate-water mixture analysed by dual packed column gas chromatography. Data in Brief, 2018, 18, 947-960.

Conference Proceedings: Paper presentation 

International Conferences

  1. Mekala Mallaiah and Goli Venkat Reddy, Development of kinetic models for esterification reaction between methanol-acetic acid for Homogeneous and Heterogeneous catalysts, CHEMCON-2012, December 27-30, 2012, NIT, Jalandhar, P-34.
  2. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, “Kinetic model for esterification of acetic acid -methanol with cat-ion-exchange resin as catalyst”, Mathematics in Chemical Kinetics and Engineering (MaCKiE- 2013), February 4-6, 2013, IIT, Madras, P.No. 82-84.
  3. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli, “Modelling and Simulation of Reactive Distillation for the Esterification Process”,International conference on Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering-India (ICCBPE-IN, 2013), November 16-17, 2013, NIT Warangal, P.No. 42.
  4. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli,“Modeling and simulation of reactive distillation column for methyl acetate production in presence of ion-exchange resin catalyst”, CHEMCON-2014, December 27-30, 2014, Punjab University, Chandigarh, India.
  5. Mallaiah Mekala and Venkat Reddy Goli,“Conceptual design and Simulation of Reactive Distillation for Comparison of Equilibrium and Non-equilibrium stage models”, INCEEE-2015, March 20-21, 2015, NIT Warangal.
  6. Mallaiah Mekala, S.Srinath and Venkat Reddy Goli,“Optimization studies on the reactive distillation process for the production of methyl acetate”, INCEEE-2015, March 20-21, 2015, NIT Warangal. 
  7. G. Srinivas, M. Mallaiah, S. Kishore Kumar, Y. Pydi Setty, "Determination of optimum conditions in a continuous wall heated fluidised bed dryer". International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118, No.24 (B), 2018.

National Conferences

  1. M. Mallaiah, G.Uma Sankar and Ch. Venkateswarlu, “Dynamic modelling and inferential control of a continuous Packed Bed Reactive distillation Column”, CHEMCON-2005, December 14-17, 2005, IIT Delhi, India. 

Workshops Attended 

  1. Mathematical Modeling & Numerical Techniques (MMNT), 17-21 Jan 2011, NIT Warangal, India.
  2. Workshop on “The Research Process in Engineering and Innovation: An Interactive Workshop for the Ph.D Scholars of NITW”, February 13, 2013, NIT Warangal, India.
  3. Workshop on “Sono Process Engineering and Reactors for Nanomaterials”, February 23-24, 2013. NITW, India.
  4. Workshop on “Advanced flow Reactors”, October 4th, 2013, NIT Warangal, India.
  5. Workshop on “Stepping into Advanced flow Reactors”, October 4th, 2013. NITW, India.
  6. Workshop on “Advances in Electron microscopy”, December 9th-13th , 2013. NITW, India.
  7. Work shop on “Research Methodology and Scholarly Writing Skills”, 25-26 January 2014, NITW, India. 

Technical Ppers Prsented 

  1. Mekala Mallaiah, “Rejection of Nitrogen by using Membranes”, TECHNOVISTA-2002, December 19th and 20th, 2002, SVEC, Suryapet, A.P. 

 

M.Tech.:NIT Surathkal, Karnataka, 2011.
B.Tech.: Osmania University, 2009.
PhD.: Pursuing from Osmania University registered in 2016

Teaching Experience – 6 years

Mr. B. Shiva Kumar

Assistant Professor
shivakumar.b @bvrit.ac.in

Contact Number: 9640685464

JNTUH Registration ID: 9067-150407-225225

BVRITN Employee ID: 592

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 10 students
  2. No. of international journal & international conference publications: 2
  3. No. of national conference proceedings & paper presentations: 2

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Bio Process Engineering
  2. Process Modeling
  3. Artificial Intelligence
  4. Multi Phase Flow

Fields of interest:

  1. Bio Process Engineering
  2. Process Modeling
  3. Artificial Intelligence
  4. Multi Phase Flow

Research Papers Published

  1. B. Shiva Kumar, Ch. Venkateswarlu, “Estimating Biofilm Reaction Kinetics Using Hybrid Mechanistic-Neural Network Rate Function Model”, Bioresource Technology, pp:300-308,Volume 103, Issue 1, January 2012.
  2. B. Shiva Kumar and Ch. Venkateswarlu, Inverse Modeling Approach for Evaluation of Kinetic Parameters of a Biofilm Reactor Using Tabu Search. Water Environmental Research, pp. 675-686, Volume 86(8), August 2014.

M.Tech.:IIT Madras, 2014.
B.Tech.: Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Ananthapur ,2012.

Teaching Experience – 3 Year

Mr. P.Ramesh

Assistant Professor,
ramesh.p @bvrit.ac.in

Contact Number: 9440353867

JNTUH Registration ID: 28150407-141-751

BVRITN Employee ID: 591

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 5 students
  2. No. of national conference proceedings & paper presentations: 1

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Fluidization Technology

Fields of interest:

  1. Fluidization Technology
  2. Reaction Engineering

Prasad KSNV
M.Tech:SVU Thirupathi, 2003.
B.Tech: Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, 2000.
Teaching Experience – 8 Years

Mr,K.S.N.V. PRASAD

Assistant Professor
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Contact Number: 9885108611

JNTUH Registration ID: 1756-150428-133618

BVRITN Employee ID: 688

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 10 students
  2. No. of international journal & international conference publications: 1
  3. No. of national conference proceedings & paper presentations: 5

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Chemical Enginnering

Fields of interest:

  1. Chemical Enginnering

Srividya
M.Tech.:NIT Trichy, 2012.
B.Tech.: Vignan Engineering College, 2010 .

Teaching Experience – 3 Years

Mrs. R. Srividya

Assistant Professor
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Contact Number: 9908608646

JNTUH Registration ID: 6811-160223-153109

BVRITN Employee ID: 739

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Computational Fluid Dynamics

Fields of interest:

  1. Fluidization
  2. Optimization

Ms. Dheena
M.Tech.:NIT Tirchy,2015.
B.Tech.: Sri Venkateswara University, 2011.
Total Experience: 1 Year

Ms. M. Dheenamma

Assistant Professor
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Contact Number: 8985836585

JNTUH Registration ID: 3258-160224-111152

BVRITN Employee ID: 740

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Chemical Enginnering

Fields of interest:

  1. Chemical engineering
  2. CFD

 Dr. Praveen
Ph.D.: IIT - Madras, 2015
M.Tech.: IIT - Kharagpur, 2010
B.Tech.: Vignan's Engineering, 2004 
Teaching Experience – 2 Years

Dr. BVS Praveen

Assistant Professor
praveen.bvs@bvrit.ac.in

Contact Number: 9791074572

JNTUH Registration ID: 33150407-111134

BVRITN Employee ID: 758

Professional Affiliations

Life member IIChE

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided more than 15 students
  2. No. of international journal & international conference publications: 06
  3. No. of national conference proceedings & paper presentations: 07

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Chemical Mechanical Polishing
  2. Particle Synthesis and Characterization
  3. Catalysis

Fields of interest:

  1. Membrane Synthesis
  2. Reaction Kinetics

No. of M Tech Projects Guided: 02

Research Papers Published

  1. V.S. Praveen, R. Manivannan, T.D. Umashankar, Byoung Jun Cho, Jin Goo Park and S. Ramanathan. Abrasive and additive interactions in high selectivity STI CMP. Microelectronic Engineering, 114 (2014) 98 -104.
  2. V.S. Praveen, Jin Goo Park,  S. Ramanathan, Effect of La Doping of Ceria Abrasives on STI CMP Selectivity, ECS Transactions, 61(17) (2014) 27-35.
  3. V.S.Praveen, Byoung Jun Cho, Jin Goo Park and S. Ramanathan. Effect of lanthanum doping in ceria abrasives on chemical mechanical polishing selectivity for shallow trench isolation. Material Science in Semiconductor Processing, 33 (2015) 161 – 168.
  4. Fathima Fasmin, B.V.S. Praveen and S. Ramanathan, A kinetic model for the anodic dissolution of Ti in HF in the active and passive regions. Journal of Electrochemical Society 162 (9) (2015) H604 - H610.
  5. Nagalakshmi, B.V.S.Praveen and G.Bhanu Radhika, "Synthesis of Fe Doped Titania Nanoparticles for the Removal of Hexavalent Chromium from Synthetic Cr(VI) Solution"inInternational Journal of Engineering, Technology, Science and Research (IJETSR) Vol 4 Issue 11.
  6. V.S. Praveen, G. B. Radhika and P. Vamsi Krishna, Removal of reactive yellow (RY) AZO dye using activated carbon synthesized from fire stick wood, International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7 (3.29) (2018) 495-498.

Patents:

  1. B.V.S. Praveen, R. Manivannan, T.D. Umashankar, Byoung Jun Cho, Jin Goo Park and S. Ramanathan. Lanthanum doping of ceria abrasive to obtain robust CMP polish rates (Indian Patent filed, Ref. No. 4103/CHE/2013).

Conference Presentations:

  1. B.V.S. Praveen, Jin-Goo Park and S. Ramanathan. Effect of La Doping of Ceria Abrasives on STI CMP Selectivity, ECS Meetings, May 2014 Orlando, FL, USA. 61(17) (2014) 27-35.
  2. B.V.S. Praveen and S. Ramanathan. Effect of additives on polishing of silicon dioxide and silicon nitride for STI CMP, International conference on advanced functional materials (ICAFM), February 2014, Trivandrum, India.
  3. B.V.S. Praveen, R. Manivannan, T.D. Umashankar, Byoung Jun Cho, Jin Goo Park and S. Ramanathan. Abrasive effects on HSS STI CMP, 53rd Korea CMPUGM, May 2013, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea.
  4. P. Nagalakshmi, B.V.S.Praveen and G.Bhanu Radhika, "Synthesis of Fe Doped Titania Nanoparticles for the Removal of Hexavalent Chromium from Synthetic Cr(VI) Solution" in 5th International Conference on science, technology & Management (ICSTM-2017).
  5. M.V.S.Jaya Krishna and B.V.S.Praveen, Modeling and Simulation of Reactive Distillation Column using ASPEN PLUS in CHEMCON 2017 held at Haldia Insitute of Technology, West Bengal.
  6. B.V.S.Praveen and G. Bhanu Radhika,  "Effect of pretreatment on microwave drying kinetics of bitter gourd (momordica charantia) samples - estimation of mass transfer parameters and mathematical modeling" in International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Sciences (ICRTES 2018) held on 20-22 Vishakapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.
  7. B.V.S. Praveen, G. B. Radhika and P. Vamsi Krishna, Removal of reactive yellow (RY) AZO dye using activated carbon synthesized from fire stick wood in International conference on Research Advancements in Applied Engineering Sciences, Computer and Communication Technologies (ICRAAESCCT – 18)  held on 12th – 13th July, 2018 at B. V. Raju Institute of Technology (BVRIT), Narsapur (Medak), Greater Hyderabad, Telangana.

Workshops Attended:

  1. Participated in faculty development program on “Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Chemical Processes” during 17th -19th November, 2016 at Anurag Group of Institutions, Hyderabad.
  2. Participated in workshop on “Scientific Educational Practices” during 2nd – 4th November, 2016 at Vishnu Educational Development and Innovation Center (VEDIC), Hyderabad.
  3. Participated in GIAN workshop on “New Frontiers in Membrane Technology” during 14th – 18th March, 2016 at National Institute of Technology Warangal.
  4.  Participated in faculty development program in "Entrepreneurship" during 8th-22nd March 2017 at B.V. Raju Institute of Technology.

 Devi
M.Tech.:NIT Warangal, 2014
B.Tech.: Govt. Engineering College, Thrissur, 2010
Industry Experience - 1 Year
Teaching Experience – 0.5 Year

Mrs. M.S. Devi

Assistant Professor
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Contact Number: 9347082706

JNTUH Registration ID: 9318-161216-205309

BVRITN Employee ID: 785

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Computer Aided Process Equipment Design

Fields of interest:

  1. Reaction Kinetics
  2. Fluid Dynamics

PHOTO21
M.Tech.:Maharashtra University, Maharashtra, 2008.
B.Tech.: Osmania University, Hyderabad, 1979.
Industrial Experience: 37 Years
Teaching Experience: 1 Year

Mr. S. Surya Prakash Rao

Adjunct faculty 
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Contact Number: 7331142351

JNTUH Registration ID: 4261-160308-074435

BVRITN Employee ID: 

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Chemical Enginnering

Fields of interest:

  1. Petrochemicals
  2. Environmental science
  3. Safety and pollution controls

 Kishore
Ph. D: Chemical Engineering, I.I.T. Kharagpur, 2017
M.Tech:Chemical Engineering, I.I.T. Kharagpur, 2012
B.Tech: A.M.I.I.Ch.E., I.I.Ch.E. Kolkata, 2007
Industry Experience – 1 years
R&D Experience: 4 years
Teaching Experience – 8 years

Dr. Kishore Kumar Sriramoju

Assistant Professor
Chemical Engineering. Dept. 
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Contact Number: +91 9849560747

JNTUH Registration ID: 3259-161221-153152

BVRITN Employee ID: 980

Professional Affiliations

  • Life Associate Member in I.I.Ch.E, Kolkata
  • Member in M.R.S. U.S.A.

Fields of Specialization

  • Polymers and Polymer nanocomposites, Molecular Dynamics & simulations 

Research Papers Published 

  1. Kishore Kumar S. and Padmanabhan V. Self-assembly of bare/polymer-grafted nanoparticle blends in homopolymer,  Macromolecular Theory and Simulations, 25, 582-590, 2016.
  2. Kishore Kumar S. and Padmanabhan V. , Controlling the location of bare nanoparticles in polymer/nanoparticle blend films using polymer-grafted nanoparticles, Physical Review Letters, 114, 258301, 2015.
  3. G. Srinivas, M. Mallaiah, S. Kishore Kumar, Y. Pydi Setty, "Determination of optimum conditions in a continuous wall heated fluidised bed dryer". International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118, No.24 (B), 2018.

Technical Paper presentations

  1. S. Kishore Kumar and V. Padmanabhan Anisotropic Self Assembly of Bare/Polymer Grafted Nanoparticle Blends in Homopolymer Material Research Society (MRS) Fall Meeting & Exhibit-2016, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 27th November – 2nd Decemeber 2016. 
  2. S. Kishore Kumar and V. Padmanabhan Self Assembly of Bare/Polymer Grafted Nanoparticle Blends in Homopolymer Matrices COMPFLU-2016, IISER, Pune, 2-4th January 2016. 
  3. S. Kishore Kumar and V. Padmanabhan Self assembly of a binary mixture of Bare/polymer grafted nanoparticles  CHEMCON-2014, 67th Annual Session of IIChE, Chandigarh, 27-30th December 2014.
Workshops / short-term courses
  1. Workshop on Communication Skills for Effective Teaching in Higher Education, NIT, Warangal 24th – 26th February 2017.
  2. Advance Course in Mineral Processing, conducted by GIAN, IIT – Kharagpur (2016).
  3. Workshop on Scholarly publishing by Wiley & IIT Kharagpur 23rd March 2015.
  4. Author Workshop jointly organized by Spinger & IIT-Kharagpur 12th Feb ruary 2014.
  5. Participated in the Short Term Course on Computational Statistics (CS 2010), conducted by Vinod Gupta School of Management (VGSOM), IIT - Kharagpur.

 G Srinivas
Ph. D: Chemical Engineering, NIT Warangal, 2014
M.Tech:Chemical Engineering, I.I.T. BHU, 2009
B.Tech: Chemical Engineering, Osmania University, 2006
  
Industry Experience – 3 months
R&D Experience: 0
Teaching Experience – 3years

Dr. G. Srinivas

Assistant Professor
Chemical Engineering. Dept. 
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Contact Number: +91 8985233323

JNTUH Registration ID: 0647-170521-101358

BVRITN Employee ID: 978

Professional Affiliations

  • Lifetime Member of Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN) (Application number 2015150139060)

Fields of Specialization

  • Fluidization, Drying, CFD, CO2 capture 

Research Papers Published 

  1. G. Srinivas and Y. Pydi Setti, Drying behavior of uniform and binary mixture of solids in a batch fluidized bed dryer, Powder Technology, Elsevier, 241 (2013) pp. 181-187. (SCI Journal - Impact factor - 2.942) (Citationas received: 11)
  2. G. Srinivas and Y. Pydi Setty, Heat and Mass Transfer Studies in a Batch Fluidized Bed Dryer using Geldart group D particles, Heat and Mass Transfer, Springer, 50 (2014), 1535 – 1542. (SCI Journal – Impact factor – 1.233)
  3. G Srinivas, T Sunil Kumar and Y Pydi Setty, Simulation and validation of a model for a batch wall heated fluidized bed dryer, Powder Technology, Elsevier, 270 (2015) pp. 368 – 377.(SCI Journal – Impact factor – 2.942).
  4. G Srinivas and Y Pydi SettyA Study of CFD Modelling on Variation of solid fraction in a Batch Fluidized Bed”. Particulate Science and Technology, Taylor & Francis. 33, 2015, pp. 610 – 616. (SCI Journal – Impact factor – 0.707)
  5. D. Yogendrasasidhar, G. Srinivas, Y. Pydi Setti, "Effect of distribution on performance of a continuous fluidized bed dryer" Heat Mass Transfer, September 2017, DOI: 10.1007/s00231-017-2169-2. (Impact Factor - 1.233)
  6. G. Srinivas, M. Mallaiah, S. Kishore Kumar, Y. Pydi Setty, "Determination of optimum conditions in a continuous wall heated fluidised bed dryer". International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 118, No.24 (B), 2018.

National Journals

  1. G. Vinay Kumar, G. Srinivas and Y. Pydi Setty, “Drying of Solids in a Circulating Fluidized Bed”, The IUP Journal of Chemical Engineering, 3 December  (2011) pp.1-10. (Citations received: 3)  
Conference Proceedings: International Conferences 
  1. G Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, “Drying of Solids in a Batch Fluidized Bed”, 14th Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering Congress, 21-24, February, 2012, Singapore, ISBN: 978-981-07-1445-1, doi: 10.3850/978-981-07-1445-1_231.
  2. G Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty“Effect of Various parameters on continuous fluidized bed drying of solids”, ICCBPE-IN-2013, 16-17 November, 2013, NIT Warangal ISBN: 978-81-928314-0-4, pp -15.
  3. G Srinivas and Y Pydi SettyA Study of CFD Modelling on Variation of solid fraction in a Batch Fluidized Bed”, PGBSIA-2013, November 28-30, 2013, Thapar University, Patiala, Punjab, India. pp.16.
  4. G Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, “Comparison of Wall Heated Fluidized Bed Dryer with Forced Draft Dryer”, ASME-ISHMT-2013, IIT Kharagpur, Kharagpur, India, December 28-31, 2013.HMTC1300129.
  5. G. Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, Heat and Mass Transfer Studies in a Wall Heated Bubbling and Spout Fluidized Beds, INCEEE – 2015, NIT Warangal, 20-21st March -2015, 167 – 168.
  6. G. Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, Dynamic Drying Characteristics for Uniform and Binary Solid Mixtures in a Continuous Wall Heated Fluidized Bed Dryer, 2nd International Conference on Powder, Granule and Bulk Solids: Innovations and Applications – December 1 to 3, 2016, Jaipur, INDIA, Ref.No.P8.
  7. D Yogendrasasidhar, G Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, Experimental Investigation on Drying Characteristics of Geldart Group B and Group D Particles in a Fluidized Bed Dryer, 2nd International Conference on Powder, Granule and Bulk Solids: Innovations and Applications – December 1 to 3, 2016, Jaipur, INDIA, Ref.No.P12.
  8. M Vamshi Krishna, G Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, Drying of Coriander Seeds in a Wall Heated Fluidized Bed Dryer, 2nd International Conference on Powder, Granule and Bulk Solids: Innovations and Applications – December 1 to 3, 2016 Jaipur, INDIA, Ref.No.P19.

National Conferences 

  1. Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, “Experimental Investigation On Drying Of Solid in a Fluid Bed Dryer Using Binary Solid Mixtures”, CHEMCON-2012, 27-30 December, 2012,  NIT Jalandhar.P-44, pp.66.
  2. G Srinivas, T Sunil Kumar and Y Pydi Setty, Simulation of wall heated Fluidized Bed Dryer”, December 27-30, 2014., pp.1540 – 1541, CHEMCON – 2014, Punjab University, Chandigarh, India.
  3. MPreethi, G Srinivas and Y Pydi Setty, Hydrodynamic Study of a Gas Solid Batch Fluidized Bed Using Paddy, December 27-30, 2014. pp. 1546 – 1547, CHEMCON – 2014, Punjab University, Chandigarh, India.
  4. Srinivas G, "Determination of optimum conditions in a continuous wall heated fluidized bed dryer", March 20-21 2018, BVRITN, Telangana, India

Patents

Indian patent

  1. Patent has been filed against “Counter Current Continuous Multistage Wall Heated Fluidized Bed Dryer”. Application number: 3338/CHE/2014 A. Date of Filing: 7/7/2014. Publication date: 18/07/2014.

 

 

 Radha
Ph. D: RMIT University Australia, 2016
M.Tech:JNTU Anantapuramu, 2010
B.Tech: SVU Tirupathi, 2007
 
Industry Experience – 0 Year
Teaching Experience – 1 year 11 months

Dr. M. Radha Kumari

Assistant Professor
Chemical Engineering. Dept. 
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Contact Number: 9493163576

JNTUH Registration ID:3919-170521-115934

BVRITN Employee ID: 879

Fields of Specialization:

  1. Physicochemical, thermochemical and biochemical treatment of biomass
  2. Biodiesel & Bioethanol production
  3. Reaction Engineering 
  4. Mass Transfer Operatios
  5. Biochemical Engineering

Academic & Professional accomplishments:

  1. B.Tech. project guidance: Guided 3 students
  2. No. of international journal publications: 07
  3. No. of national conference proceedings & paper presentations: 07

Research Programs Attended 

1.  Summer Faculty Research Fellow (SFRF) 2018 at Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD)

Awards and Recognitions 

1. PerkinElmer Pty. Award 2015, RMIT University Australia

2. Dr. Megan Clark Excellence Award 2016, RMIT University Australia 

Research Papers Published 

  1. Optimization of glucose formation in karanja biomass hydrolysis using Taguchi robust method, M. Radhakumari, Andy Ball, Suresh K. Bhargava, B. Satyavathi*, Bioresource Technology, 166, 2014, 534-540.
  2. Pyrolysis characteristics and kinetics of algal biomass using TGA analysis based on ICTAC recommendations, M. Radhakumari, D. Jaya Prakash, B. Satyavathi*, Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, 6, 2016, 189-195.
  3. Modelling and simulation of batch kinetics of non-edible karanja oil for biodiesel production: A mass transfer study, Vineet K. Aniya, Radha K. Muktham, K. Alka, B. Satyavathi*, Fuel, 161, 2015, 137-145.
  4. Study of thermal behavior of deoiled karanja seed cake biomass: Thermogravimetric analysis and pyrolysis kinetics, M. Radhakumari, Andy Ball, Suresh K. Bhargava, B. Satyavathi*, Energy Science and Engineering 4, 2016, 86-95.
  5. A review on 1st and 2nd generation bioethanol production-Recent progress, M. Radhakumari, Suresh K. Bhargava, B. Satyavathi, Andrew S. Ball*, Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems, 6, 2016, 72-92.
  6. Bioethanol production from de-oiled Pongamia pinnata seed cake-optimization of acid hydrolysis followed by fermentation, M. Radhakumari, Andrew S. Ball, Suresh K. Bhargava, B. Satyavathi*, Industrial Crops and Products, 94, 2016, 490-497.
  7. Pongamia pinnata seed residue-a low cost inedible resource for lignocellulases and sustainable ethanol production, M. Radhakumari, Mohamed Taha, Esmaeil shahsavai, Suresh K. Bhargava, B. Satyavathi Andy Ball*, Renewable Energy, 103, 2017, 682-687. 

Conference Presentations

  1. A technical paper entitled “Production of biodiesel using crude and degummed oils - A comparison” was presented at an International conference on sustainable technologies for energy and environment in process industries CHEMCON-2012 at NIT Jalandhar, India.
  2. Technical paper “Kinetic evaluation for esterification of free fatty acids in Palmolein oil” was presented in CHEMCON-2012 at NIT Jalandhar, India.
  3. Technical paper “Application of factorial design of experiments for esterification of free fatty acids present in karanja oil” was presented in CHEMCON-2012 at NIT Jalandhar, India.
  4. Technical poster “Pretreatment method for de-oiled, dried karanja cake by acid hydrolysis for C5 & C6 sugars” was presented in CHEMCON-2013 at ICT Mumbai, India.
  5. Technical poster “Kinetic evaluation of gas liquid reactions: Alkylation of toluene with isobutylene to get para tertiary butyl toluene” was presented in CHEMCON-2013 at ICT Mumbai, India.
  6. Technical paper “Experimental study on intra-particle transport effect in nitration of toluene using solid acid catalyst” was presented in CHEMCON-2014 at NIT Chandigarh, India.
  7. Technical poster "Macroalgae - a promising resource for ethanol production - A review" was presented in BioSD 2018 at CSIR-IICT Hyderabad, India.

  Workshops/Faculty Development Programs attended

  1. FDP on "Computational Research Techniques Using MATLAB" at Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, B V Raju Institute of Technology, Narsapur, Medak 502313, TS, India.

Non Teaching Faculty

 

ITI: - Govt. ITI College, Sangareddy, 1996.

B.A.: Govt. Degree College, Narsapur, 2013.

Mr. S. Venkatesh

Attender – 14 years