Prof Suresh Thennadil

PhD

Discipline Leader - Chemical Engineering

Teaching

  • Integrated Chemical Engineering Design
  • Instrumentation
  • Project Management

Research Interests

  • Process Control
  • Optical Sensors
  • Simulation Techniques

Selected Publications

  • Steponavicius R, Thennadil SN. Full correction of scattering effects by using the Radiative Transfer Theory for improved quantitative analysis of absorbing species in suspensions. Applied Spectroscopy 67(5) 526 – 535 (2013).
  • Chen YC and Thennadil SN. Insights into information contained in multiplicative scatter correction parameters and the potential for extracting particle size information from these parameters. Analytica Chimica Acta 746, 37 – 46 (2012).
  • Dzhongova E, Harwood CR, Thennadil SN. Monitoring bacterial culture growth by calibration models built on bulk optical properties, in: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy, Edited by M. Manley, C.M. McGoverin, D.B. Thomas and G. Downey, Cape Town, South Africa, pp. 107 – 111 (2012).
  • Chen YC and Thennadil SN. Extracting physical information of turbid suspensions using multiplicative scatter correction. in: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy, Edited by M. Manley, C.M. McGoverin, D.B. Thomas and G. Downey, Cape Town, South Africa, pp. 127 – 129 (2012).
  • Jin JW, Chen ZP, Li LM, Steponavicius R, Thennadil SN, Yang J, Yu RQ. Quantitative Spectroscopic Analysis of Heterogeneous Mixtures: The Correction of Multiplicative Effects Caused by Variations in Physical Properties of Samples. Analytical Chemistry 84, 320 - 326 (2012).
  • Pariset C, Thennadil SN. Inversion of Spectroscopic Measurements for Extracting Particle Size Distribution. Transactions on Systems, Signals & Devices, Issues on Sensors, Circuits & Instrumentation Systems. 6 (4), 399 (2011). Dzhongova E, Harwood CR, Thennadil SN. Effect of sample thickness on the extracted near-infrared bulk optical properties of Bacillus subtilis in liquid culture. Applied Spectroscopy 65 (11), 1223-1324 (2011).
  • Steponavicius R, Thennadil SN. Extraction of Chemical Information of Suspensions Using Radiative Transfer Theory to Remove Multiple Scattering Effects: Application to a Model Multicomponent System. Analytical Chemistry 83 (6), 1931-1937 (2011).
  • Pariset C and Thennadil SN. Inversion of spectroscopic measurements for extracting particle size distribution. In: SSD09, 6th International Multi-conference on Systems, Signals & Devices vol. 1 and 2, 1046-1050 (2009). Steponavicius R, Thennadil SN. Extraction of Chemical Information of Suspensions Using Radiative Transfer Theory to Remove Multiple Scattering Effects: Application to a Model Two-Component System. Analytical Chemistry 81 (18), 7713-7723 (2009).
  • Dzhongova E, Harwood CR, Thennadil SN. Changes in the absorption and scattering properties in the Near-infrared region during the growth of Bacillus subtilis in liquid culture. Applied Spectroscopy 63 (1), 25-32 (2009).

Patents

  • Thennadil SN, Yi-Chieh Chen. Apparatus and method for estimating bulk optical properties of suspensions. UK patent application no. 112 0075.5 filed on November 21st, 2011.
  • Ruchti TL, Blank TB, Lorenz AD, Monfre SL, Hazen KH, and Thennadil SN. Indirect measurement of tissue analytes through tissue properties. US Pat. No. 7,039,446 (2006).
  • Ruchti TL, Thennadil SN, Blank TB, Lorenz A and Monfre SL. Noninvasive measurement of glucose through the optical properties of tissue. US Pat. No. 6,990,364 (2006).
  • Hazen KH, Thennadil SN, Ruchti TL. Combinative multivariate calibration that enhances prediction ability through removal of over-modeled regions. US Pat. No. 6,871,169 (2005).
  • Hazen KH, Welch JM, Malin SF, Ruchti TL, Lorenz AD, Troy TL, Thennadil SN, and Blank TB. Intra-serum and intra-gel for modeling human skin tissue. US Pat. No. 6,777,240 (2004).
  • Blank TB, Monfre SL, Ruchti TL and Thennadil SN. Multi-tier method for developing localized calibration models for non-invasive blood analyte prediction. US Pat. No. 6512937 (2003).
  • Monfre SL, Blank TB, Ruchti TL and Thennadil SN. Multi-tier method of classifying sample spectra for non-invasive blood analyte prediction. US Pat. No. 4512936 (2003).
  • Ruchti TL, Thennadil SN, Malin SF, and Rennert J. A system for the non-invasive estimation of relative age. US Patent No. 6501982 (2002)
  • Ruchti TL, Malin SF, Thennadil SN, Kees GA, Malin SF, and Rennert J. Classification system for sex discrimination, and tissue characterization. US Pat. No. 6493566 (2002).

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Contacts

T: +61 8 8946 6564
E: suresh.thennadil@cdu.edu.au
F: +61 8 8946 6680

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