Nagaraju K. ( 2002 to 2009 )
Faculty at Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore
Post Ph.D Tenures :
  1. 2015 - present: Faculty at IIA
  2. 2010-2015 : Postdoc at MPS
  3. 2009-2010 : Postdoc at IIA

Thesis Details : Spectropolarimetry of Active regions on Sun with K. E. Rangarajan as guide.

Testimonials : My PhD thesis was on 'Spectropolarimetry of active regions on the Sun' carried out under the guidance of Prof. K. E. Rangarajan. Post PhD I was a postdoc at IIA for a brief period before moving to Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research, Germany. I spent slightly more than 5 years at MPS and then joined IIA as Reader in 2015. My main research goal is to infer magnetic field simultaneously at multiple heights in the solar atmosphere. Multi-line spectropolarimetric observations is the main observatonal technique adapted for this purpose. Magnetic field dynamics at subarcsecond spatial resolution to global scale are being explored. I have worked on instrumentation, observations and modeling of spectropolarimetric data and continuing work to achieve the above stated goal. For more details, Please contact

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