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Prof. Keshav N. Shrivastava, University of Malaya, Malaysia

Prof. Keshav N. Shrivastava

University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur;

School of Physics, University of Hyderabad, India,

Keshav N. Shrivastava, obtained B.Sc. degree from the Agra University in 1961, M.Sc. degree from the University of Allahabad in 1963, Ph.D. from the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur in 1966 and D.Sc. from Calcutta University in 1980.

He worked at the Clark University during 1966-68, at the Harvard University during the summer of 1968, at the Montana State University during 1968-69, and at the University of Nottingham during 1969-70. He was Associate Professor at the Himachal Pradesh University Simla, India during 1970-74. He worked at the University of California Santa Barbara during 1974-75 and at the State University Utrecht during 1975-76. He was Professor at the University of Hyderabad where he worked from 1978 till 2005. He worked in Tohoku University during 1999-2000. He visited the University of Zurich for short times during 1984, 1985, 1988 and 1999. He worked in the University of Houston in the summer of 1990. He visited the Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm and the University of Uppsala during 1994. He visited the Technical University of Vienna ,Austria in the summer of 1995. He visited the Princeton University and the University of Cincinnati during 2003. He was Prof,essor in the University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur during 2005-2011. He is affiliated with the University of Hyderabad, India. He has worked in electron spin resonance, spin-phonon interaction, relaxation, Moessbauer effect, exchange interaction, superconductivity and the quantum Hall effect. He discovered the flux quantized energy levels in superconductors, the spin dependent flux, computational density-functional theory DFT and the correct theory of the quantum Hall effect. His work is cited by Nobel laureates, von Klitzing with R. Mani, K. Alex Muller and A. K. Geim. His letter on the microwave absorption in superconductors has received 768 citations in25 years(Thomson Reuter).He has published more than 230 papers in journals and he is the author of the following books. (i) Superconductivity: Elementary Topics, World Scientific Singapore 2000. (ii) Introduction to Quantum Hall effect, Nova Sci. Pub N.Y. 2002 and (iii) The quantum Hall effect: Expressions, Nova Sci. N.Y. 2005.

Prof. Shrivastava is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics London, Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences India and member of the American Physical Society.

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