Dr. N. Chandrakumar has been with IIT Madras since Feb. 2001, joining as Professor. He has established the MRI-MRS Centre at IIT. He obtained his Ph.D. from IIT Kanpur (1979-‘80). Since July 2017, he is Professor Emeritus at IIT Madras. Formerly he is the Director-Grade-Scientist at CSIR-CLRI until Feb. 2001, where he founded Magnetic Resonance research, and multi-purpose NMR and EPR Labs from 1982 onwards. He has been DFG Visiting Professor at the Universität Ulm, Germany, Visiting Professor at the Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, and Visiting Professor at the Institute for Protein Research, Osaka, Japan.
Transferred Overhauser DNP: A Fast, Efficient Approach for Room Temperature 13C ODNP at Moderately Low Fields and Natural Abundance; A. Dey, A. Banerjee and N. Chandrakumar, J.Phys.Chem. B (2017) 121, 7156
Slow Molecular Motions in Ionic Liquids Probed by Cross-Relaxation of Nuclear Spins during Overhauser Dynamic Nuclear Polarization; A. Banerjee, A. Dey and N. Chandrakumar, Angewandte Chemie International Edition (2016) 55, 14756.
Quantification in Hyperpolarized NMR; A. Dey and N. Chandrakumar, J.phys.Chem.Letters (2016) 7, 771.
Triple quantum filtered spectroscopy of homonuclear three spin-1/2 systems employing isotropic mixing; A. Kirwai and N. Chandrakumar, J. Magn.Reson. (2016) 269.78.
Two-Dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: Exploiting Spin Echoes to maximize Information Content by Suppression of Diagonal Peaks in Homonuclear Experiments; A. Banerjee and N. Chandrakumar, J.Phys.Chem. A (2015) 119, 482.