Srinivasa R. Raghavan

Professor and Patrick & Marguerite Sung Chair
Associate Chair and Director of Graduate Studies
Dept. of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Affiliate Appointments: Chemistry & Bioengineering
1227C, Chem-Nuc Building 090
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-2111

(301) 405-8164
(301) 405-0523


Postdoctoral Fellow, Chemical Engineering Dept., University of Delaware, 1998-2001
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 1998
B.Tech., Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, India, 1992


For more information on research, see: Complex Fluids & Nanomaterials Group
For movies related to research, see here or see the Complexfluids Channel on YouTube.

(for full list, see here)

M. B. Dowling, A. S. Bagal and S. R. Raghavan
Self-destructing “mothership” capsules for timed release of encapsulated contents.
Langmuir, 29, 7993 (2013)
H. Oh, A. M. Ketner, R. Heymann, E. Kesselman, D. Danino, D. Falvey and S. R. Raghavan
A simple route to fluids with photo-switchable viscosities based on vesicle-micelle transitions.
Soft Matter, 9, 5025 (2013)
V. R. Basrur, J. Guo, C. S. Wang and S. R. Raghavan
Synergistic gelation of nanoparticles and molecules to yield conductive free-standing electrolytes.
ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 5, 262 (2013)
H-Y. Lee, H. Oh, J. H. Lee and S. R. Raghavan
Shedding light on helical tubules: Real-time observations of tubule self-assembly by light microscopy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134, 14375 (2012)
S. J. Banik, N. J. Fernandes, P. C. Thomas and S. R. Raghavan
A new approach for creating polymer hydrogels with regions of distinct properties.
Macromolecules, 45, 5712 (2012)
S. R. Raghavan and J. F. Douglas
The conundrum of gel formation by nanofibers, micelles, and proteins: Gelation without cross-links?
Soft Matter, 8, 8539 (2012)

Last updated: September 13, 2013

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