Dr. G. N. Rameshaiah

Dr. G. N. Rameshaiah



Research Interests: Biochemical Engineering, Bioprocess Engineering, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Chemical Engineering Termodynamics, product development using Chemical engineering concepts


Dr. G N Rameshaiah received his Ph.D. degree in Morphology related production of CHITINASE and its localization in Trichoderma harzianum with the Professor T Panda at Indian Institute of technology Madras, Chennai (2010). A technical paper was presented on fungi research at Nancy, France. His primary field is bioprocessing with research emphasis on enzyme production related to morphology of fungi. He has recently entered in to the area of developing processes for bio fertilizer production using mycology. He is associated with Visvesvaraya Technological University, India for various academic accomplishments. His group is publishing the work on Green Distillation Using Solar Still in discovery publications. He was research scholar at Indian Institute of technology Madras, at Biochemical engineering Laboratory 2004 - 2007. He is professing at BMS College of Engineering in the areas of chemical reaction engineering from past sixteen years. Currently, Dr. Rameshaiah is Principal Investigator of the project process development for the production of Biofertilizers –Using Fungi (Trichoderma Species).


Selected Publications

Additional Responsibilities

  • Head of Department since December 2016 to till date
  • Department Advisory Board, Dept. of Biotechnology, PES University Bengaluru
  • Head of Department – Incharge both at MVJCE and BMSCE , Bangalore
  • Warden for BMSETH Boys Hostel Unit -III
  • College Coordinator for VTU theory examination program
  • College Coordinator for autonomous theory examination program
  • College Coordinator for autonomous theory valuation
  • Member anti raging committee
  • Member canteen committee
  • BOE committee Member in the department of biotechnology
  • BOS committee Member in the department of chemical Engg. & biotechnology
  • Represented the college for NANO initiative group
  • Initiated Intellectual Property Right Cell Development in the college

Other Information

Six products have been developed using chemical/Biochemical engineering unit processes and unit operations.
Member, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers LM25568
Member, Indian Society for Technical Education LM36689

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