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Mentor: Brief CV

1. Mentor Information
a] Name S. RENGANATHAN
b] Present Designation Professor
c] Age as on today (Year/Months)
Date of Birth (dd/mm/yyyy) 50
d] Address of affiliated workplace Centre for Biotechnology,
Anna University,
Chennai - 600 025
e] Whether your workplace is UGC-recognized. Yes
f] Whether the workplace is eligible for planning & development
Yes
grant from UGC under 12B act 1956
g] Whether you will retire/superannuate/move from current
workplace within the next 3 years. If YES, a letter from the
No
concerned Head of the Department permitting to provide the
facilities to the DSKPDF fellow must be enclosed.
2. Number of Ph.D. students guided so far
a] Degree awarded 10
b] Currently working 12
3. Publications
a] Total Number of Publication in International Journals 59
b] Total Number of Publication in National Journals 58
c] List of publications in the last five years
(Title of the paper, Authors, Volume No, See Annexure- I
Page No/DOI No, Publication Year, Journal)
4. Laboratory Facilities
a] Whether the infrastructure and equipment needed for the Yes
proposed postdoctoral work for DSKPDF is available at laboratory If yes please specify in brief:
Almost all the instruments are
ready to use.
b] In case the mentor is a retired Professor/ Scientist, a letter from Not applicable
the concerned Head of the Department permitting Departmental
facilities the DSKPDF fellow to be availed must be enclosed. (Highlight your choice)

Name & signature of mentor


Annexure I

Vol. No.
Sr.
Author List Year Title of the Paper Full Journal Name Page No./
No.
DOI No.
1. T. Suganya and 2016 Macroalgae and microalgae as a Renewable and Vol 55, 909941
S. Renganathan potential source for commercial Sustainable Energy
applications along with biofuels Reviews
production: A biorefinery
approach
2. Lavanya Melcure 2016 Hydrothermal liquefaction of Bioresource Technology 203,228-235
Raj and freshwater and marine algal
Renganathan biomass: A novel approach to
Sahadevan produce distillate fuel fractions
through blending and co-
processing of biocrude with
petrocrude
3. Ramaswami 2015 A comparative study on Polymer Composites DOI: 10.1002/pc.23654
Sachidanandan dielectric, structure, and thermal
Ernest and behavior of micro- and nano-
Sahadevan sized CCTO in nylon 6,9 matrix
Renganathan
4. Ramaswami 2015 Studies on the structural, Science and Engineering DOI 10.1515/secm-2014-0342
Sachidanandan thermal, and dielectric properties of Composite Materials
Ernest and of fabricated Nylon
Sahadevan 6,9/CaCu3Ti4O12
Renganathan nanocomposites
5. Nambirajan 2015 Bio-oil separation from potential Separation Science and Vol 50, Issue 13
Subramanian non-edible urban waste Technology
Renganathan Putranjiva roxburghii
Sahadevan
6. Subha V and 2015 Incorporation of biotranformed Polymer Science Series B vol.58, No.1,pp.61-72.
Renganathan S silver nanoparticles in plant
polysaccaridesin and their effect
on sustained drug release
7. S. Kirubanandan 2015 Repair and regeneration potential The Journal of Vol 4 (5), 253-258
and S.Renganthan of the fruits of Terminalia Phytopharmacology
bellarica
8. S. Kirubanandan 2015 Evalutation of antimicrobial Journal of Medicinal Vol 3 (6), 56-59
and S.Renganthan potential of aqueous and plants studies
alcoholic extract of Triphala
against wound pathogens
9. P. Kalainila and S. 2015 Anti-Bacterial Effect of Journal of nano science Vol 1(4), 225-232
Renganathan Biosynthesized Silver and nano engineering
Nanoparticles Using Kigelia
Africana
10. Subha V and 2015 Bioreduction of silver Asian J Pharm Clin Res Vol 8 (5), 0974-2441
Renganathan S nanoparticles from aqueous
extract of catharanthus roseus
and bactericidal effects
11. Subha V and 2015 An Eco-Friendly approach for Asian J Pharm Clin Res Vol 4(5), 0974-2441
Renganathan S synthesis of silver nanoparticles
using ipomoea pes-caprae root
extract and their antimicrobial
properties
12. P. Sivakumar 2015 Waste mediated synthesis of Journal of nano science Vol 4(3), 388-392
S. Renganathan alginate /Ag beads for tertiary and nano engineering
water treatment
13. S. Kirubanandan 2015 A short communication on International journal of Vol 4(3), 388-392
and S.Renganthan kinetics of anti mictobial agents pharmaceutical and
release from porous collagen chemical sciences
scaffolds
14. S. Kirubanandan 2015 An original research article on Journal of medicinal plants Vol 3(5), 38-41
and S.Renganthan enzyme inhibition and studies
antimicrobial potentail of
triphala against pseudomonas
aeruginosa
15. S. Kirubanandan 2015 Anti inflammatory activities of International journal of Vol 4 (3), 400-404
and S.Renganthan methanol extract of terminalia pharmaceutical and
chebula fruits chemical sciences
16. Sureshan 2015 Metabolism modification and Research journal of Vol.19(8).
Shiyamala Devi cell death induction in cancer chemistry and
And Sahadevan cell lines after the chloroform environment
Renganathan extract of Kocuria sp. SRS88
treatment
17. Pandian Sivakumar 2014 An Eco-Friendly Catalyst International Journal of 11: 886897
and Derived from Waste Shell Of Green Energy
Sahadevan Scylla tranquebarica For
Renganathan Biodiesel Production.
18. Suganya 2014 Ultrasonic assisted acid base Fuel Vol 128, Pages 347355
Tamilarasan and transesterification of algal oil
Renganathan from marine macroalgae
Sahadevan. Caulerpa peltata: Optimization
and characterization studies
19. Shiyamala devi 2014 Pyrrolo [1,2-A] Pyrazine-1,4- IJPRD Vol 6(02), (044-055).
Sureshan dione, hexahydro-3-(2-
Renganathan methylpropyl)- and phenol, 2,4-
Sahadevan Bis (1,1-dimethy ethyl)novel
antibacterial metabolites from a
marine Kocuria sp. SRS88:
Optimization and its application
in medical cotton gauze cloth
against bacterial wound
pathogens
20. K. Saranya Devi 2014 Synthesis and characterization of International journal of Vol 6, NO 10, 4533-4541
and coper nano particle using chem tech research
S. Renganathan Capparis zeylanica
21. P. Kalainila and 2014 Effect Of Synthesized Silver International Journal of Vol 6, No.10.pp 4542-4549
S. Renganathan Nanoparticles Incorporated With ChemTech research
Gelatin For Sustained Drug
Release
22. K. Saranyaadevi 2014 Green synthesis and Asian J Pharm Clin Res Vol 7, Suppl 2, 44-48
and characterization of silver
Sahadevan nanoparticle using leaf extract of
Renganathan capparis zeylanica
23. P. Kalainila and 2014 Synthesis and characterization of Asian J Pharm Clin Res Vol 7, Suppl2, 39-43
Sahadevan silver nanoparticle from
Renganathan erythrina indica
24. G. Baskar 2014 Optimization, equilibrium, Desalination and Water Volume 52, Issue 19-21
S. Renganathan kinetic modeling, and Treatment
thermodynamic studies of
biosorption of aniline blue by the
dead biomass of Aspergillus
fumigates
25. Sneha Yadav and 2014 Accumulation of Malachite Asian Journal of Vol. 26, Article 9
Renganathan Green and Crystal Violet Dye Chemistry
from Synthetic Effluents using
Single Cell Microalgae
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
26. Pandian Sivakumar 2013 Optimization and kinetic studies Fuel Volf 103, Pages 693-698
Sahadevan on biodiesel production from
Renganathan underutilized Ceiba Pentandra oil
27. P. Sivakumar and 2013 Studies on Sonochemical Bulletin of Chemical 8 (2), 89-96.
S. Renganathan Biodiesel Production using Reaction Engineering and
smoke deposited Nano MgO Cataysis,
catalyst
28. Ramachandran .K 2013 Lipid Extraction from natural Korean Journal of DOI: 10.1007/s11814-013-
Renganathan S. Plant Source of Adenanthera Chemical Engineering 0241-2
pavonina using mixed solvent by
superheated extractor
29. Padmanaban 2013 Synthesis of Silver Nanorods Industrial and Engineering Doi.org/10.1021/ie4009327
Sivakumar and from Food Industrial Waste and Chemistry Research
Sahadevan Their Application in Improving
Renganathan the Keeping Quality of Milk.
30. J. Sivapriya and 2013 Kinetics and Equilbrium uptake Indian Journal of 33 (12), 1014-1023
S. Renganathan on Biosorption of Acid Black 24 Environmental Protection
using Azolla caroliniana
31. J. Jisha and 2013 Equilibrium and Kinetic Indian Journal of Vol 33 (10), 793-803
Renganathan Modelling on Biosorption of Environmental Protection
Acid Red 88 from Aqueous
Solution using Typha latifolia
32. G. Geoprincy and 2013 Antifungal Effects of Cadmium World Journal of Vol 2 (5), 1840-1848
S. Renganathan Sulphide Nanoparticles Pharmaceutical Research
Synthesized through Wet
Chemical Precipitation
33. P. Sivakumar and 2013 Biosynthesis of silver nano cubes Asian Journal of Vol. 6, Issue 4
S. Renganathan from active compound quercetin- Pharmaceutical and
3-O-B-D-Galactopyranoside clinical Research
containing plant extract and its
antifungal application
34. G. Geoprincy and 2013 A review on green synthesis of Asian Journal of Vol. 6, Issue 1, pp. 8-12
S. Renganathan silver nano particles Pharmaceutical and
Clinical research
35. K. Ramachandran 2013 Recentdevelopments for Renewable and sustainable Vol.22,pp.410-418
and biodiesel production by energy reviews
S. Renganathan ultrasonic assist
transesterfication using different
heterogeneous catalyst:A review
36. S. Kirubanandan 2013 Activities of Triphala towards International Journal of Vol. 5, Issue 2, pp. 54-62
and promoting collagen synthesis at Pharmacy and
S. Renganathan wound site and inhibiting Pharmaceutical Science
Methicillin resistant
Staphylococcus aureus and its
enzymes
37. M. Reema and 2013 Equilibrium and kinetic studies International Journal of Vol. 5, Issue 2, pp. 194-205
Renganathan on removal of Acid Green 27 dye Environmental Protection
using positively charged
biosorbent Ocimum tenuiflorum
38. Parthasarathy 2013 Bioremediation of textile dyes Indian Journal of Vol. 33, Issue 7, pp. 567-577
Saranya and using terrestrial and aquatic Environmental Protection
Renganathan plants- A Review
39. E. Thiyagarajan 2013 of Reactive Red 2 using Journal of Saudi Chemical doi:10.1016/j.jscs.2013.05.004
and positively charged Metapenaeus Society
S. Renganathan monoceros shells
40. M. 2013 Phytoaccumulation of Basic Red Indian Journal of Vol. 33, Issue 7, pp. 593-601
Divyamahalakshmi 23 dye using fresh water Environmental Protection
and submerged live Ceratophyllum
S. Renganathan demersum plant
41. Gurunathan 2012 Optimization of Culture J. Microbiol. Biotechnol 22(7), 923929
Renganathan Conditions and Bench-Scale
Sahadevan Production of L-Asparaginase by
Submerged Fermentation of
Aspergillus terreus MTCC 1782
42. Pandian Sivakumar 2012 Optimization of extraction Industrial & Engineering 51 (26), 8992-98.
Sahadevan process and Kinetics of Sterculia Chemistry Research
Renganathan foetida seed oil and its process
augmentation for biodiesel
production
43. P. Saravanan and 2012 of Acid Green 1 Using Dried Indian journal of vol: 32, no: 3 pp 207-214
S.Renganathan Rhoduturula Glutinis Biomass Environmental protection
44. G. Geoprincy and 2012 novel antibacterial effects of International Journal of Vol.4,No.3
S.Renganathan alumina nano particles on Pharmacy and
bacillus cerus and baillus subtilis Pharmaceutical Sciences
in comparison with antibiotics
45. P. Saravanan 2012 Bioaccumulation of reactive red Indian journal of Vol.32,No.3
S.Renganathan 11 using live yeast rhodotorula Environmental protection
glutinis
46. Pandiyan 2011 Enhanced removal of free fatty Elixir Chem. Engg Vol.38, 4113-4117
Sivakumar and acid from waste oil for biodiesel
Sahadevan production
Renganathan
47. Gurunathan Baskar 2011 Production of L-Asperginase Inter. J. Chem. React. Vol 9(1), A73. (0.64).
and Sahadevan from natural substrates by Engg
Renganathan Aspergillus terreus MTCC 1782:
Optimization of carbon sources
and operating conditions
48. Gurunathan Baskar 2011 Statistical and evolutionary Chemical Papers Vol. 65, Issue 6, 798-804.
and Sahadevan optimization of process (0.754
Renganathan, conditions for enhanced
production of fungal L-
asparaginase
49. K. Ramachandran 2011 Production of biodiesel from Bioresource Technology Vol.102, 72897293. (4.365).
and mixed waste vegetable oil using
S. Renganathan an Aluminium hydrogen sulphate
as a heterogeneous acid catalyst
50. G. Baskar and 2011 Modeling and Optimization of L- International Journal of Vol. 2, No. 2, 98- 100
S. Renganathan asparaginase production by Chemical Engineering and
Enterobacter aerogenes using Applications,
Artificial Neural Network linked
Genetic Algorithm
51. G. Baskar and 2011 Statistical optimization of International Journal of Vol. 13, No. 1, 41- 49,
S. Renganathan polysaccharide production by Medicinal Mushrooms
submerged cultivation of Lingzhi
or Reishi medicinal mushroom,
Ganoderma lucidum (W. Curt.:
Fr.) P. Karst. MTCC 1039
(Aphyllophoromycetideae)
52. Gurunathan Baskar 2011 Optimization of media Chiang Mai Journal of Vol.38 (2). 270-279
and Sahadevan components and operating Science
Renganathan conditions for exogenous
production of fungal L-
asparaginase
53. G. Baskar and S. 2011 Design of Experiments and ANN Biotechnology and Vol. 16, No.1. 50-58.
Renganathan linked Genetic Algorithm for Bioprocess Engineering
Modeling and Optimization of L-
asperginase Production by
Aspergillus terreus MTCC 1782,
54. J. Kalpana 2011 Equilibrium modelling on Indian Journal of Vol. 31, Issue 10, pp. 825-832
S. Renganathan biosorption of basic violet 1 dye Environmental protection
using Calotropis gigantea
biomass
55. G. Baskar and S. 2011 Screening of supplementary International Journal of Vol. 1 (1), pp. 1-7
Renganathan nitrogen source for fungal L- Research in Biotechnology
asparaginase production from and Biochemistry
soya bean meal flour using latin
square design
56. S. Renganathan 2011 Biosorption of Reactive Red 5B Research Journal of pp. 3-9
from an aqueous solution using Biological Science
Vitex negundo Linn
57. G. Baskar and 2011 Statistical screening and Biotechnology, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 47-58
S. Renganathan optimization of exo- Bioinformatics and
polysaccharide production by Bioengineering
medicinal mushroom using
design of experiments