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Hire Saravana Karthikeyan S.
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Scientific writer with 7+ years of experience in Computational Materials Physics, Nanoscience and Technology research.

Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Writing Technical Writing
Research Gray Literature Search, Systematic Literature Review
Work Experience

Senior Research Associate

Hindustan Unilever Research Limited

December 2019 - Present

Research Assistant

Kyung Hee University

August 2016 - July 2019

Senior Research Fellow

Anna University

December 2015 - November 2016

Project Assistant


January 2013 - June 2015


M.Tech (Nanoscience and Technology)

Anna University

April 2009 - July 2011

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K. Prasanna, T. Subburaj, Yong Nam Jo, P. Santhoshkumar, S. K. S. Saravana Karthikeyan, Kumaran Vediappan, R. M. Gnanamuthu, Chang Woo Lee(2019). Chitosan complements entrapment of silicon inside nitrogen doped carbon to improve and stabilize the capacity of Li-ion batteries . Scientific Reports. 9. (1). Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}
S. K. S. Saravana Karthikeyan, P. Santhoshkumar, Youn Cheol Joe, Suk Hyun Kang, Yong Nam Jo, Hyeong Seop Kang, Chang Woo Lee(2018). Understanding of the Elastic Constants, Energetics, and Bonding in Dicalcium Silicate Using First-Principles Calculations . The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 122. (42). p. 24235--24245. American Chemical Society ({ACS})
S. Maheswaran, S. Kalaiselvam, S.K.S. Saravana Karthikeyan, C. Kokila, G.S. Palani(2016). $\upbeta$-Belite cements ($\upbeta$-dicalcium silicate) obtained from calcined lime sludge and silica fume . Cement and Concrete Composites. 66. p. 57--65. Elsevier {BV}