Syam Mohan Padinjarottu Charinjathil Mohanan

Syam Mohan Padinjarottu Charinjathil Mohanan

Dr., MR.

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Syam graduated from University of Kerala (India) with a master’s degree in Optoelectronics and Optical communication in 2011. Later he joined in Vinvish Technologies Pvt. Ltd. India (2011-2014) as an Optics engineer, where he was working in various projects including development of photodynamic therapy laser & reflective confocal microscope.

In 2014, he joined National Centre for Laser Applications (NUIG Galway) Ireland as a researcher in laser technology, there he worked in a Biophotonics project in collaboration with Teleflex medical USA. In 2019, Syam received a Biophotonics PhD from Heriot-Watt University. The objective of his PhD was to develop a high precision and minimally invasive ultrafast laser tool for the surgical procedure of early stage colon cancer. He joined in QMRI (University of Edinburgh) as a device engineering research associate in October 2019.

His current research interests revolve around the design and development of PDT & fluorescence imaging devices. He also interested in ultrashort pulse laser applications using hollow core fibres.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD Physics, PhD Physics, Thesis: Picosecond laser procedures to enhance the efficacy of tissue resection, Heriot-Watt University

2019 → …

Award Date: 21 Jun 2019

Dept. of Optoelectronics, Master of Technology in Optoelectronics and Optical Communication, University of Kerala

Award Date: 17 Aug 2011

External positions

Researcher in Laser Technology, National University of Ireland, Galway (National Centre for Laser Applications)

Jun 2014May 2015


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