P. Ramasamy

P. Ramasamy completed his PhD in Physics in 1967 from the University of Madras and won the Governor-Chancellor’s Gold medal for best thesis of the year. He is a former Vice Chancellor of Alagappa University and Founder & Director of Crystal Growth Centre, Anna University. P. Ramasamy is a recipient of UNESCO instituted Neil Bohr’s Gold Medal in the year 1998 and has received the Kharazmi International Festival Award 1998 by the President of Islamic Republic of Iran. A study undertaken by National Institute of Science and Technology & Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India, named Dr. P. Ramasamy among the most productive scientists in India (Period 1996-2006). Dr. P. Ramasamy has been awarded more than 40 international fellowships and has written 7 books and edited 15. He has held memberships in more than 30 professional bodies including Vice President, Indian Physical Society; Vice President of Indian Chapter of International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy etc.