Ilamaran Sivarajah

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Ph.D Physics

Ilamaran Sivarajah is an experimental atomic/molecular/optical physicist by training who works at the interface of quantum technology and business development.

Articles from Ilamaran

Studying Intrinsically Disordered Proteins Using Atomic Force Microscopy

Application of Atomic Force Microscopy in Bitumen Materials

Electrochemically Deposited Electroactive Polymer Improves Mass Spectrometric Analysis

Enhancing Photo-Acoustic Spectroscopy with an Additively Manufactured Detection Module

Study Addresses Reliability Issues Associated with 3D Plant Measurements

Laser Breakthrough Could Make Our Technology Faster

Fluorescence-Based Analytical Technique for Recycled Plastic Content Quantification

Short-Message Communication Ranging Enhances GEO Satellite Accuracy

New Insight Into Demodulation of OAM in Optical Underwater Communication

Using X-ray Pulsar Observation Data to Estimate Pulsar Rotation Parameters

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