Team Member

Venkata SubbaRao Redrouthu

Post : Research Associate

I am currently positioned as a Research Associate within the esteemed Chemistry Department and Center for Quantum and Topological Systems at New York University Abu Dhabi. My primary research revolves around the development of cutting-edge pulsed DNP (Dynamic Nuclear Polarization) sequences meticulously crafted for high-field measurements and quantum sensing applications.


I commenced my doctoral journey at the Department of Chemical Sciences, IISER Mohali, India, under the guidance of Prof. Ramesh Ramachandran. Throughout my Ph.D., I immersed myself in time-dependent quantum mechanics, specializing in developing an analytical framework for deriving effective Hamiltonians. My research seamlessly integrated Floquet theory and van-Vleck transformation, with a particular emphasis on RF pulse dynamics in quadrupolar spins.

Following the completion of my doctoral studies, I embraced a postdoctoral opportunity within the Solid-State NMR group, led by Prof. P. K. Madhu and Dr. Vipin Agarwal at the TIFR Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences, Hyderabad, India. During my tenure at TIFR, I extensively investigated the behavior of both strongly and weakly dipolar-coupled spins in RFDR experiments.


Driven by my keen interest in interdisciplinary endeavors, I expanded my research horizon by joining the Magnetic Resonance group, led by Dr. Guinevere Mathies at the Department of Chemistry, University of Konstanz, Germany. Here, I spearheaded the design and implementation of two state-of-the-art pulsed-DNP sequences – the XIX DNP and TPPM DNP sequences, making notable contributions to the advancement of DNP methodologies.