Muralidhar Miryala had received Ph.D degree in High Tc Superconductivity from Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, in 1993. Afterwards (1994-1995), he had worked as a lecturer and principal investigator in a young-scientist project. Subsequently, he joined a superconductivity research laboratory (SRL), ISTEC as a research scientist and worked for 13 years. He developed a new class of mixed LRE-123 system which can be used up to 15 T at 77 K and high temperatures up to 90.2 K. He also developed a novel technology to produce a RE-123 type silver sheathed wire on the basis of solid state / liquid phase reaction. His intellectual mindset enabled him to produce a small type superconducting bulk magnet which is useful to magnetize both high-Tc superconducting materials and magnetic materials in a variety of industrial applications. Further, he also contributed to develop technology for the development of DC Superconducting Cable for Railway system applications. He is an author and co-author for more than 260 publications in international journals. He holds several Japanese national and international patents. Awards: Young Scientist Project Award, DST-Govt. of India (1995), Director’s Award, SRL-ISTEC (1998 and 2003), 1999 PASREG Award of Excellence (1999), Best Presentation Award at the IWCC11 (2003), Best Researcher Award, ISTEC-SRL (2007 and 2008), Best Researcher Award, Railway Technical Research Institute (2012). Now he is working at Shibaura Institute of Technology as a Professor (Full) and Global Program Advisor.

Muralidhar Miryala
Superconducting Materials Laboratory, Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT), Tokyo, Japan
Muralidhar Miryala had received Ph.D degree in High Tc Superconductivity from Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, in 1993. Afterwards (1994-1995), he had worked as a lecturer and principal investigator in a young-scientist project. Subsequently, he joined a superconductivity research laboratory (SRL), ISTEC as a research scientist and worked for 13 years. He developed a new class of mixed LRE-123 system which can be used up to 15 T at 77 K and high temperatures up to 90.2 K. He also developed a novel technology to produce a RE-123 type silver sheathed wire on the basis of solid state / liquid phase reaction. His intellectual mindset enabled him to produce a small type superconducting bulk magnet which is useful to magnetize both high-Tc superconducting materials and magnetic materials in a variety of industrial applications. Further, he also contributed to develop technology for the development of DC Superconducting Cable for Railway system applications. He is an author and co-author for more than 260 publications in international journals. He holds several Japanese national and international patents. Awards: Young Scientist Project Award, DST-Govt. of India (1995), Director’s Award, SRL-ISTEC (1998 and 2003), 1999 PASREG Award of Excellence (1999), Best Presentation Award at the IWCC11 (2003), Best Researcher Award, ISTEC-SRL (2007 and 2008), Best Researcher Award, Railway Technical Research Institute (2012). Now he is working at Shibaura Institute of Technology as a Professor (Full) and Global Program Advisor.

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