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Dr. Ramesh Padamati


SENIOR RESEARCH FELLOW (Polymer Materials Research Unit)

Born 20 Jan 1971, India Position: Research Manager in Materials Ireland (MI) Polymer Research Centre at Trinity College, Dublin. Dr. Ramesh graduated from the University of Bombay, India in 1998 with a Ph.D. in Chemistry. He has worked in Clariant Gmbh and Asahi Kasei Corporation, Japan where his research work involved the development of new patented nanocomposites for applications including membranes, packing film, automotive components and foam applications. The current position involves the scientific, commercial and administrative management of an advanced materials research centre located in Trinity College Dublin. The Centre's primary focus is advanced materials and nanotechnology research under European, National and Industrial funded programmes. Our charter is to promote innovation and competitiveness by identifying and developing new research for Irish industry based on nanotechnology. Currently Dr. Ramesh is Principal Investigator (PI) on projects sponsored by Enterprise Ireland to develop polymer nanocomposites for Irish Industries under Innovation partnership Scheme. He is also actively involved in various EU programmes and collaboration with European universities in the areas of carbon nanotubes and nanocomposites. Research Interests: Nanocomposites and their applications, Nanotubes and composites, Quantum dot polymer composites, Smart polymers, Synthesis and characterization polymers, Textile Chemicals and Membrane Technology
Kataria, R. and Woods, T. and Casey, W. and Cerrone, F. and Davis, R. and O'Connor, K. and Ruhal, R. and Babu, R., Surfactant-mediated hydrothermal pretreatment of Ryegrass followed by enzymatic saccharification for polyhydroxyalkanoate production, Industrial Crops and Products, 111, 2018, p625-632 , Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Reddy, C.S. and O†Connor, K. and Babu P, R., The Influence of Biobased Olegomeric Diisocyanate on Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate), Macromolecular Symposia, 365, (1), 2016, p223-229 , Notes: [cited By 0], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Heinrich, D. and Raberg, M. and Fricke, P. and Kenny, S.T. and Morales-Gamez, L. and Babu, R.P. and O'Connor, K.E. and SteinbÃŒchel, A., Synthesis gas (syngas)-derived medium-chainlength polyhydroxyalkanoate synthesis in engineered Rhodospirillum rubrum, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 82, (20), 2016, p6132-6140 , Notes: [cited By 1], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Cerrone, F. and Davis, R. and Kenny, S.T. and Woods, T. and O'Donovan, A. and Gupta, V.K. and Tuohy, M. and Babu, R.P. and O'Kiely, P. and O'Connor, K., Use of a mannitol rich ensiled grass press juice (EGPJ) as a sole carbon source for polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) production through high cell density cultivation, Bioresource Technology, 191, 2015, p45-52 , Notes: [cited By 9], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Davis, R. and Duane, G. and Kenny, S.T. and Cerrone, F. and Guzik, M.W. and Babu, R.P. and Casey, E. and O'Connor, K.E., High cell density cultivation of Pseudomonas putida KT2440 using glucose without the need for oxygen enriched air supply, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 112, (4), 2015, p725-733 , Notes: [cited By 7], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Choudhari, Santosh K. Cerrone, Federico Woods, Trevor Joyce, Kieran Flaherty, Vincent O' Connor, Kevin O' Babu, Ramesh, Pervaporation separation of butyric acid from aqueous and anaerobic digestion (AD) solutions using PEBA based composite membranes, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 23, 2015, p163-170 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
Walsh, M. and O'Connor, K. and Babu, R. and Woods, T. and Kenny, S., Plant oils and products of their hydrolysis as substrates for polyhydroxyalkanoate synthesis, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Quarterly, 29, (2), 2015, p123-133 , Notes: [cited By 6], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Murugan, R. and Woods, T. and Fleming, P. and Sullivan, D. and Ramakrishna, S. and Ramesh Babu, P., Synthesis and photocatalytic application of ZnO nanoarrows, Materials Letters, 128, 2014, p404-407 , Notes: [cited By 12], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Guzik, M.W. and Kenny, S.T. and Duane, G.F. and Casey, E. and Woods, T. and Babu, R.P. and Nikodinovic-Runic, J. and Murray, M. and O'Connor, K.E., Conversion of post consumer polyethylene to the biodegradable polymer polyhydroxyalkanoate, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 98, (9), 2014, p4223-4232 , Notes: [cited By 7], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Cerrone, F. and Duane, G. and Casey, E. and Davis, R. and Belton, I. and Kenny, S.T. and Guzik, M.W. and Woods, T. and Babu, R.P. and O†Connor, K., Fed-batch strategies using butyrate for high cell density cultivation of Pseudomonas putida and its use as a biocatalyst, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 98, (22), 2014, p9217-9228 , Notes: [cited By 4], Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI

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