Dr M S Giri Nandagopal

Dr M S Giri Nandagopal

DesignationAsst. Professor .Sr
EducationM.Tech, Ph D.
Professional Experience 
Teaching  : 5

Research : 5


UG : Biotechnology (Anna University)

PG : Chemical Engineering (Anna University)
Ph.D  : Microfluiidcs (NIT Calicut)



  1. M.S.Giri Nandagopal, Eldho Abraham and N. Selvaraju, “Advanced Neural Network prediction and System Identification of Liquid-Liquid Flow Patterns in circular microchannels with varying angle of confluence” Chemical Engineering Journal, 309 (2017) 850–865 DOI.org/10.1016/j.cej.2016.10.106.
  2. M.S.Giri Nandagopaland N. Selvaraju, “Prediction of Liquid-Liquid Flow Patterns in a Y junction circular Microchannel using advanced neural network techniques” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research,2016, 55 (43), pp 11346–11362. DOI:10.1021/acs.iecr.6b02438.
  3. Padmanaban V C, M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Madhangi Priyadharshini.G , Maheswari.N , Janani Sree.G and N. Selvaraju, “Advanced Approach for Degradation of Recalcitrant by NanoPhoto catalysis Using Nano Composites and their Future Perspectives” International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, Vol 13, June 2016, 1591-1606. DOI:10.1007/s13762-016-1000-9.
  4. N.Saranya ,Nakkeeran E, M.S.Giri Nandagopaland N. Selvaraju, “Optimization of Adsorption Process Parameters by Response Surface Methodology for Hexavalent Chromium Removal from Aqueous Solutions using Annona Reticulata Linn Peel Microparticles ” Water Science and Technology ( IWA Publishing Group) DOI:10.2166/wst.2017.092.
  5. Padmanaban V C, M.S.Giri Nandagopal,Anant Achary, Vasudevan V N and N. Selvaraju, “Optimization of radiolysis of Reactive red 120 dye in aqueous solution using ionizing 60Co gamma radiation by response surface methodology”Water Science and Technology, Vol. 73, Issue 12, June 2016, pp. 3041-3048. DOI:10.2166/wst.2016.175.
  6. Rangabhashiyam S, M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Nakkeeran E and  N. Selvaraju , “Adsorption of hexavalent chromium from synthetic and electroplating effluent on chemically modified Swietenia mahagoni shell in a packed bed column” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment  Vol 188, Issue 7, July 2016, Article 411: 1:13. DOI:10.1007/s10661-016-5415-z.
  7. M.S.Giri Nandagopal,Nakkeeran E, R. Prasanna Venkatesh,and N. Selvaraju, “Advance microfluidic approach over conventional batch and CTR for improving the efficiency of E-coli Cell Lysis by CuO NP nanoparticles” InternationalJournal ofChemical Reactor Engineering (Accepted for publication).
  8. Nakkeeran E, Saranya N, M.S.Giri Nandagopal, Santhiagu A and N. Selvaraju ,“Hexavalent  chromium  removal  from  aqueous  solutions  by  a  novel powder,   prepared  from  Colocasia  esculenta  leaves” International Journal of Phytoremediation, Vol. 18, Issue 8, August 2016, pp. 812-821. DOI:10.1080/15226514.2016.1146229.
  9. Nakkeeran E, Rangabhashiyam S, M.S.Giri Nandagopal, and N. Selvaraju , “Removal of Cr(VI) from aqueous solution using Strychnos nux-vomica shell as an adsorbent”. Desalination and Water TreatmentVol 57, Issue 50- October 2016,23951-23964. DOI:10.1080/19443994.2015.1137497.
  10. M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Rahul Antony and N. Selvaraju, “Comparative study of liquid – liquid extraction in miniaturized channels over other conventional extraction methods” Microsystem Technologies,Vol 22 , Issue 2- February 2016, 349-356. DOI:10.1007/s00542-014-2391-5.
  11. Nidhin Sreekumar,M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Rahul Antony, Aneesh V and N. Selvaraju, “Marine microalgal culturing in open pond systems for biodiesel production – critical parameters” Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, Vol. 8, April 2016, Issue 2, pp. 023105(1-18).DOI:10.1063/1.4945574.
  12. Rangabhashiyam S, M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Nakkeeran E, Keerthi.R and N. Selvaraju , “Use of Box-Behnken design of experiments for the adsorption of Chromium using immobilized macroalgae” Desalination and Water Treatment (In Press) DOI:10.1080/19443994.2016.1163514.
  13. Aneesh V, Rahul Antony, M.S.Giri Nandagopal, Ganesh Paramasivan and N. Selvaraju, “Resilient Controller Design Availing Recursive Technique Rooted Lyapunov Function for a Dynamic System” Microsystem Technologies (In Press) DOI:10.1007/s00542-015-2733-y.
  14. M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Rahul Antony, Rangabhashiyam S,Nidhin Sreekumar and N. Selvaraju , “Overview of Microneedle System- A Third Generation Transdermal Drug Delivery Approach” Microsystem Technologies, Vol 20 , issue 7- July 2014, 1249-1272. DOI:10.1007/s00542-014-2233-5.
  15. Rahul Antony, M.S.Giri Nandagopal , Rangabhashiyam S, Anu N and N. Selvaraju, “Numerical Investigation of Stratified Flow-Parallel Reaction Microchannel System: A Deterministic Approach” Indian Journal of Chemical Technology, Vol.22, September 2015, 258-263.
  16. Rahul Antony, M.S.Giri Nandagopal , Nidhin Sreekumar and N. Selvaraju, “Detection principles and development of Microfluidic Sensors in the last decade” Microsystem Technologies,Vol 20 , issue 6- June 2014, 1051-1061. DOI:10.1007/s00542-014-2165-0.
  17. Rangabhashiyam S, Anu N, M.S.Giri Nandagopal and N. Selvaraju, “Relevance of isotherm models in biosorption of pollutants by agricultural byproducts ” Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Vol 2, issue 1,2014, 398-414.DOI:10.1016/j.jece.2014.01.014.
  18. Rangabhashiyam S, Anu N, M.S.Giri Nandagopal and N. Selvaraju, “A Novel approach of the modified BET Isotherm towards continuous column study” Journal of Scientific and industrial Research, (SCI Impact Factor 2015: 0.385)Vol.73, July 2014, 489-494. hdl.handle.net/123456789/29008.
  19. Rahul Antony, M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,C Manikrishna, and N. Selvaraju, “Experimental comparison on efficiency of alkaline hydrolysis reaction in circular microreactors over conventional batch reactor” Journal of Scientific and industrial Research, Vol.74, July 2015, 390-394. hdl.handle.net/123456789/31775
  20. Rahul Antony, M.S.Giri Nandagopal, Nidhin Sreekumar, Rangabhashiyam S, N.Selvaraju,” Liquid- liquid slug flow in a microchannel reactor and its mass transfer properties- A review ” Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 9 (3), 2014, 207-223 . DOI:10.9767/bcrec.9.3.6977.207-223.
  21. Rahul Antony, M.S.Giri Nandagopal , Rangabhashiyam S, and N. Selvaraju, ” Probabilistic Neural Network prediction of liquid- liquid two phase flows in a circular microchannel” Journal of Scientific and industrial Research (SCI Impact Factor 2015: 0.385) Vol.73, August 2014, 524-529. hdl.handle.net/123456789/29196.
  22. M.S.Giri Nandagopal ,Rahul Antony,Rangabhashiyam S, and N. Selvaraju, “Advance approach on environmental assessment and monitoring – A Review” Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment . Vol.18 (7) July (2014), 78-90.
  23. Anu N, M.S.Giri Nandagopal, Aneesh V and N. Selvaraju, “Coupled Receptor-Dispersion Model Evaluation for the assessment of Area Source Emission Rate” Journal of Scientific and industrial Research, Vol.74, May 2015, 296-301. hdl.handle.net/123456789/31450.


  1. Dr.M.S.Giri Nandagopal and Chinthu Prasad.S.D. participated in the “ National Workshop on Challenges & Modern Techniques In Realising Complex Infrastructure”on 5th March 2018, jointly organized by Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR,ISRO, Sriharikota & ISSE Sriharikota-Chennai Chapter.
  2. Dr. M.S. Giri Nandagopal, has delivered an expert talk for the FDP on  “Recent Advances in Nanotechnology” sponsored by KTU organized by Government Engineering College, Idukki on 19.12.2017.

R & D Projects
Dr. M.S. Giri Nandagopal, Assistant Professor (Sr.) received a research grant of Rs. 1,31,150/- for his project entitled, “Experimental Investigation on nano-photocatalytic degradation of ammonia expulsing from latex industry” from CERD (Centre for Engineering Research & Development), Trivandrum.

Research interest

  1. Microfluidics
  2. Adsorption
  3. Waste water treatment using Advanced Oxidation Process


  • Dr. M.S. Giri Nandagopal, Assistant Professor (Sr.) received a research grant of Rs. 1,31,150/- for his project entitled, “Experimental Investigation on nano-photocatalytic degradation of ammonia expulsing from latex industry” from CERD (Centre for Engineering Research & Development), Trivandrum