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

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