Prof. Rajadurai Chandrasekar, School of Chemistry has been invited to join the Advanced Optical Materials Hall of Fame, which was created “to recognise those researchers who have been and are responsible for the greatest advances and thought leadership in the field“. After the discovery of “Passive Organic Micro-Waveguides” in 2012 by his laboratory, his group has been working on the exploration of miniaturised organic solids for various nanophotonic applications. As a member of Hall of Fame, he will be writing an invited review on “Organic Optical Micro-Resonators” for publication in Advanced Optical Materials journal (JIF: 7.4). He is an Editorial Advisory Board member of this journal.

He is also part of the Editorial Advisory board of journal Micro and Nano: No Small Matter with an Impact Factor of 10.856 published by Wiley-VCH Verlag, Germany making him the second scientist from India after Prof. C N R Rao on the board. 

Apart the above he has also been on the Editorial Advisory board of Journal of Materials Chemistry C with an Impact Factor of 6.641 published by Royal Society of Chemistry, for the past two years and again the only scientist from India on the board.

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