Dr. C.R. Mariappan

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Dr Mariappan is currently working as an Associate Professor of Physics with the Physics Department, PondicherryUniversity. Recently, he has been Ranked World Top 2% Scientist list under Applied Physics-Materials (category) by Stanford Uni., USA (2021). He received the M.Sc. degree in Physics from Bharthiyar University, Coimbatore, in 1998, and the Ph.D. degree in 2004 from Pondicherry University, Pondicherry. His main research interests are development of ion conducting solids, metal oxide semi-conductors for advanced battery systems, supercapacitors and gas sensors and bio-c+B39eramics for bone replacements. He also worked as Postdoctoral
Research Fellow in France (2005), Alexander von Humboldt Fellow in Germany (2006-2008), European Research Fellow in England (2007), DFG funded Postdoctoral
Research Fellow in Germany (2009-2010) and visiting Scientist in IGCAR [DAE], Kalpakkam (2010-2012). He worked as an Assistant Professor in Tezpur University (2013), NIT Kurukshetra (2013-2021) and NIT Puducherry (2021-2023) as well.

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Notable Publications

Self-assembly of novel cobalt iron phosphate nanoparticles for the solid-state supercapattery and high-performance hydrogen evolution reaction, V. Gajraj, P. Devi, R. Kumar, N. Sundriyal, M.V. Reddy, C.R. Mariappan*, Int. J. Hydrog. Energy 48 (2023) 17868.

Multifunctionality exploration of NiCo2O4–rGO nanocomposites: photochemical water oxidation, methanol electro-oxidation and asymmetric supercapacitor applications, V. Gajraj, A. Kumar, D. Ekta, R. Kaushik, D. A. Jose, A. Ghosh, C. R. Mariappan*, Dalton Transactions 50 (2021) 18001.

Correlation between micro-structural properties and ionic Conductivity of Li1.5Al0.5Ge1.5P3O12 Ceramics. C. R. Mariappan*, C.Yada, F. Rosciano, B. Roling, J. Power Sources 196 (2011) 6456.

Bioactivity of electro-thermally poled bioactive silicate glass. C. R. Mariappan*, D.M. Yunos, A.R. Boccaccini and B. Roling, Acta Biomaterialia 5 (2009) 1274.

Conductivity and ion dynamic studies in the Na4.7+xTi1.3-x(PO4)3.3-x (0 <x <0.6) NASICON material, C. R. Mariappan and G. Govindaraj, Solid State Ionics 176 (2005)

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