Postdoctoral Researcher

KarampuriY@shanghaitech.edu.cn      SIST Building 2-213

Dr. YADAGIRI KARAMPURI earned his PhD degree in Physics from Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, HBNI University, Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu, India. He joined SMALL in 2019/03 and his current research topic is multiferroic materials and transducers.



Ph.D. Physics.

(Multiferroic materials)

Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, HBNI University, Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu, India 2018
M.Sc. Solid State Physics. University College of Science, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Telagana, India 2008-2010
B.Sc. Maths, Physics and Industrial chemistry. Silver Jubilee Govt. Degree College, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India 2005-2008


Research and Work Experience
Awards & Activities
  • CSIR-NET (Lectureship) qualified - June 2012.
  • Research fellowship from Dept. of Atomic Energy, India:   2012-2017.
  • China Post-Doc exchange program fellowship - 2019
  1. Yadagiri and R.Nithya, “Structural and micro-Raman studies of DyMnO3 with potassium substitution at Dy site”. DOI: 10.1039/C6RA13808J, RSCAdv.,6, (2016),95417-95424.( IF=3.1)
  2. K.Yadagiri, R.Nithya, Neeraj Shukla and A.T.Satya, “Role of trivalent bismuth ion substitution at Dy site on the physical properties of DyMnO3” DOI: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2016.11.373. J. Alloy .Compd. 695, (2017), and 2959-2964. ( IF=3.1)
  3. K.Yadagiri, R. Nithya, Neeraj Shukla and A.T. Satya,“ Effects of Dy sub lattice dilution on transport and magnetic properties in Dy1-xKxMnO3” . DOI: 10.1063/1.4977717 (2017); AIP Advances 7, (2017),035003 (1-10); ( IF=1.7).
  4. K.Yadagiri, R. Nithya, A.T. Satya, and K. Sethupathi,“Hole doping effect on structure, transport and magnetic properties of Dy1-BaxMnO3 (0<x<1)”,J. Alloy .Compd. 744 (2018), 82-89.( IF=3.1)
  5. K.Yadagiri, R. Nithya, Shilpam Sharma and A.T.Satya, “Modification of low temperature magnetic interactions in Dy1-xEuxMnO3.DOI: 10.1039/c8ra00224j (RSC Adv., 8, (2018), 13537-13545. (IF=3.1)