Jayaraj Jayamani

Jayaraj Jayamani

Lecturer Material Engineering, Material Science
Teaching: Materials and Surface Characterization, Failure Analysis and Prevention, Supervising: Master Student’s Thesis, Research: Corrosion Behavior Of High Entropy Alloys and Conventional Alloys, Establishing: International Research Collaboration

Educational Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical and Production, 2000), Annamalai University, India
  • Master of Engineering (Production, 2002), Annamalai University, India.
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Material Science and Engineering, 2007), University of Science and Technology-Korea Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea.

Work Experience:

  • Until 2018: Scientist- Indira Gandhi Centre For Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam, India, Field: Corrosion evaluation and development of advanced alloys for aqueous reprocessing spent nuclear fuels.
  • 2009-2011: JSPS Fellow, National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba, Japan, Project: Development of precipitation-hardenable wrought Mg-Ca-Al alloys
  • 2007-2009:  Humboldt Fellow, IFW-Dresden, Germany, Project: Development of bulk metallic glass composites with enhanced mechanical and corrosion properties.

Field of Interest:

  • Development of Advanced Materials (Metallic glass,  High Entropy alloys)
  • Phase formation and transformation (XRD, OM, SEM-EDS, TEM, 3D-atom probe)
  • Electrochemical corrosion (Polarization, Impedance)
  • High-Temperature Oxidation
  • Surface Modification(Coating, Passivation, Chemical treatment, Alloying)
  • Surface analysis (XPS, AES)
  • Structure-property relationship


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