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Indu Venu Sabaraya

My research project investigates the transformation of hybrid nanomaterials and heterostructures in the aqueous environment. I currently work on two collaborative research projects with different departments at UT Austin. One of these projects investigates the The second project, in collaboration with members from the Center for Nonlinear Dynamics, studies the influence of carbon nanotubes on the mechanical properties of P.aeruginosa biofilm. I have been working under the supervision of Dr. Saleh since May 2014.


Currently I am working on following projects:

» Transformation of hybrid nanomaterials and heterostructures in the aqueous environment.
» Role of nanomaterial dispersion in the enhancement of strength and rheological properties of asphalt.
» The influence of carbon nanotubes on the mechanical properties of P.aeruginosa biofilm.
» Aich, N.; Boateng, L. K.; Sabaraya, I. V.; Das, D.; Flora, J. R.; Saleh, N. B. Aggregation Kinetics of Higher Order Fullerene Clusters in Aquatic Systems. 2016, Environmental science & technology, 50 (7), 3562-3571.


» Das, D., Sabaraya, I.V., Aich, N., Saleh, N.B., Aggregation kinetics of carbon nanotube and metal or metal oxide nanohybrids in aquatic environment, 250th ACS National Meeting, August 16-20, 2015, Boston, MA.

Email: indu.venu@utexas.edu
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