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Dr. G. Hanu Phani Ram

Assistant Professor

Ph.D.: Biomedical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad,2020

M. Tech.: Biomedical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad,2014

B.Tech.: Electronics and Communication Engineering, BSIT, JNTUH, Hyderabad,2012


Teaching Experience:  1 year 6 Months

Research Experience: 6 years

Contact Number: 9701751828

BVRITN Employee ID: 1139

JNTUH Registration ID: 8030-210202-222807

  • Biophotonics
  • Bioinstrumentation
  • Signal Processing
  1. Awarded the third prize in Samsung innovation awards 2018 for proposal of “Smartphone-based method to study cells for early detection of oral cancers”. ( innovations-by-IIT-Hyderabad-students).
  2. Best paper award at a national conference on “Innovation and design challenges in Electrical and Medical electronics” Hyderabad, 2015.
  3. Certificate of Research excellence is awarded for the year 2014-15. Silver medallist in degree for securing top CGPA in the department of biomedical engineering (2012-14).
  4. Certificate of academic excellence is awarded for outstanding academic performance in Aug-Dec 2012 semester.
  5. Awarded with Ministry of Human Resource Development Scholarship through GATE-2012 for pursuing M.Tech at IIT Hyderabad, India.
  6. GATE Qualified for consecutive years 2011 and 2012 in Electronics and communication (EC) paper
  1. Vikas Thapa, Ashwini Galande, Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, and Renu John “TIE-GANs: single-shot quantitative phase imaging using transport of intensity equation with integration of GANs,” J. Biomed. Opt. 29(1), 016010 (30 January 2024).
  2. Ashwini S. Galande, Vikas Thapa, Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, and Renu John, “Untrained deep network Powered with explicit  denoiser for phase recovery in inline holography”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 122(13), 133701 (2023),
  3.  Ashwini S Galande, Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, Aruna Priya K, Vijaya Sree V, Qurratulain Hasan, and Renu John, “Quantitative phase imaging of biological cells using lensless inline holographic microscopy through Sparsity assisted iterative phase retrieval algorithm”, J. Appl. Phys. 132(24), 243102 (2022)
  4. Prem Kumar M, Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, and P. Lochan Srikar. “A portable posture monitoring device For gymgoers.” ECS Transactions 107 (1), 14869 (2022)
  5. Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, Prashanth Panta, Vimal Prabhu Pandiyan, Inayathullah Ghori, Renu John, “Digital holographic microscopy for quantitative and label-free oral cytology evaluation,” Opt. Eng. 59(2) 024105 (13 February 2020)(
  6. Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, Aswini Subhash Galande, Renu John, “Nanometric depth phase imaging using low cost on-chip inline lensless inline holographic microscopy”, Opt. Eng. 59(10), 104105 (2020),(https://doi: 10.1117/1.OE.59.10.104105).
  7. Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, Aswathy Vijay, Vikas Thapa, Aswini Subhash Galande, Renu John, “Quantitative phase imaging techniques: Clinical practices”, Asian Journal of physics. 28 (2019), 1103-1126.
  1. Ashwini S Galande, Aswathy Vijay, Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, and Renu John, “Physics aware semi-trained deep framework for phase retrieval in digital inline holography,” in Optica Imaging Congress , Technical Digest Series (Optica Publishing Group, 2023), paper CTu5B.4
  2. Kumar, M., Hanu Phani Ram Gurram, and P. Lochan Srikar. “A Portable Posture Monitoring Device for Gymgoers.” ECS Transactions 107.1 (2022): 14869.
  3. G.Hanu Phani Ram, V. Bansode, and R. John. “Lensless holographic microscope of biological samples”. in Imaging and Applied Optics 2018. Orlando, Florida: Optical Society of America.
  4. G. Hanu Phani Ram, R. John. “Quantitative phase imaging of low-cost digital in-line holography in comparison with off-axis digital holographic microscopy”. In SPIE Photonics Europe. 2018. SPIE.
  5. G.Hanu Phani Ram, Vimal Prabhu Pandiyan, Renu John.” Low-cost microscopy for three-dimensional imaging using Digital holographic microscopy”. [Special issue], IJRET, 4(12), 66-68, oct-2015.
  6. G.Hanu Phani Ram, Vimal Prabhu Pandiyan, Renu John. “3D Reconstruction of E.Coli Bacteria Using Synthetic Aperture Digital Holographic Microscopy” in 12th International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics, OSA Technical Digest (online) (Optical Society of America, 2014), paper M4A.1.
  7. P. Vimal Prabhu, G. Hanu Phani Ram, and Renu John. “Quantitative phase imaging of microfluidic flows using digital holographic microscopy” in the conference on recent trends in Information and quantum opticsIOQO 2014, IIT Patna, November 2014.
  8. G.Hanu Phani Ram, P.Vimal Prabhu and Renu John, “Synthetic Aperture Digital Holographic microscopy” in International Conference on Photonics, VLSI and Signal Processing- ICPVS 2014, KU College of Engineering & Technology, Kakatiya University, Warangal, 28-29 March 2014