Kiran Sreedhar Ram

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Kiran Sreedhar Ram is a researcher and lecturer in the North Australia Center for Autonomous Systems (NACAS) at Charles Darwin University (CDU). His educational journey showcases his passion for electronics and renewable energy, leading him from his Bachelor of Technology in India to Master of Engineering and Ph.D. in Organic Photovoltaics at CDU. Kiran's commitment to education extends beyond his research. At CDU, he has undertaken various teaching roles. His approachable teaching style and focus on student success have been instrumental in fostering a positive learning environment, both in-person and online.

Kiran's dedication to the field shines through in his volunteer experiences. As a team member of the NASA Pluto Occultation Mission, he played a role in the Hubble optics team, gaining expertise in setting up telescopes and conducting data analysis.

Kiran's passion for engaging young minds has also led him to work as Science Outreach Officer at InspiredNT. His enthusiasm for STEM education and his ability to create interactive workshops have successfully sparked an interest in robotics and programming among high school students in the local community.

Beyond his formal roles, Kiran has a wide array of research interests, evident in his numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals. His work, often in collaboration with other researchers, explores diverse themes within organic solar cells, including interfacial defects, nonradiative recombination losses, and the optimization of device structures.

In recognition of his efforts, Kiran has been nominated and a finalist for the prestigious "Emerging Professional Engineer of the Year" award by Engineers Australia. Kiran is a dynamic and multifaceted individual with a deep commitment to advancing the field of drones and energy research. 


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