Professor; School of Materials Science & Engineering
Dr. Mohan Srinivasarao is a Professor with the School of Materials Science and Engineering. Dr. Srinivasarao received his Ph.D. in Chemistry in 1990 from Carnegie Mellon University, a M.Sc in Applied Chemistry in 1981 from PSG College of Technology (University of Madras, India), and a B.Sc in Applied Science in 1979 from Madurai University, India.
Dr. Srinivasarao specializes in physical chemistry of polymers, physics of nematic liquid crystals, optics of liquid crystals, rheology/rheo-optics of polymeric fluids and liquid crystals, polymer/liquid crystal dispersions, various forms of light microscopy including confocal microscopy and photon tunneling microscopy, color science, and nano-optics in the biological world (color of butterfly wings, beetles, moths, and bird feathers).
Dr. Srinivasarao is a member os several professional organizations including the American Chemical Society, Materials Research Society, Optical Society of America, Society of Rheology, American Physical Society, and the American Association for the Advancement
Georgia Institute of Technology
Conducting Polymers; Optical Materials; Bio-Inspired Materials; Advanced Characterization; Biomaterials; Nanocellulose Applications; Biocomposites; Polymer & Fiber