Asanulla

Dr. R. Mohamed Asanulla

Research Associate-ll, Crustal processes (CrP)

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Education:

Ph.D : 2014, Physics, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu, India.
Thesis : Rock magnetic and geomagnetic field intensity determinations on some archaeological artifacts from Tamilnadu, India.
M.Phil : 2009, Physics, Jamal Mohamed College (Bharathidasan University), Tamilnadu, India.
M. Sc. : 2007, Physics, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu, India

Professional career:

2015 - Present Research Associate-II, National Centre for Earth Science Studies, Kerala.
2010 - 2012 Junior Research Fellow, Faculty of Marine Sciences, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu.
2008 -   Technical Assistant, Faculty of Marine Sciences, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu.

Training:

  • National workshop on Continental Crust and Cover Sequences in the Evolution of the Indian Sub-Continent held at ESSO-National Centre for Earth Science Studies, MoES, Trivandrum. (20-21th January 2015).
  • Training Program on Oil Spill Modelling and Sensitivity Mappingat Integrated Coastal and Marine Area Management (ICMAM), MoES, Chennai. (14-16th February 2012)
  • Training Program on Archaeological Sample Collection and Field Work held at Department of History, Annamalai University. (5-6th May 2010)
  • Workshop on Research Methodology held at Department of Economics, Annamalai University, Tamilnadu. (13-17th April 2010)

Research Interest:

Rock/Environmental magnetism, Archaeomagnetism, palaeomagnetism and Geomagnetic Field Model

Publications:

  1. G.S. Soumya, R. Mohamed Asanulla, and T. Radhakrishna, (2017). Rock magnetism in relation to magnetic mineralogy of anorthosites in the southern granulite region of the Indian shield, Geophysical Journal International, 209, 1768–1778. (Impact Factor: 2.484)
  2. R. Venkatachalapathy, R. Mohamed Asanulla, C. Manoharan, and T. Radhakrishna, (2013). Rock magnetic and geomagnetic field intensity studies on Megalithic archaeological pottery samples from Tamilnadu, India, Quaternary International, 298, 57-67. (Impact Factor: 2.383)
  3. C. Manoharan, P. Sutharsan, S. Dhanapandian, R. Venkatachalapathy and R. Mohamed Asanulla, (2011). Analysis of temperature effect on ceramic brick production from alluvial deposits Tamilnadu, India, Applied Clay Science, 54, 20-25. (Impact Factor: 3.065)
  4. S. Veerasingam, R. Venkatachalapathy, P. Raja, S. Sudhakar, V. Rajeswari, R. Mohamed Asanulla, R. Mohan, and P. Sutharsan. (2011). Petroleum hydrocarbon concentrations in ten commercial fish species along Tamilnadu coast, Bay of Bengal, India, Environmental science and pollution research, 18, 687–693. (Impact Factor: 2.760

Conference Proceedings:

  1. R. Mohamed Asanulla and R. Venkatachalapathy, Comparison of Global Geomagnetic Model on Iron Age Archaeological artifacts from Tamilnadu, India. In: National workshop on Continental Crust and Cover Sequences in the Evolution of the Indian Sub-Continent, (2015).
  2. R. Mohamed Asanulla, R. Venkatachalapathy and S. Veerasingam, Seasonal variation and sources of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) in coastal waters along Chennai, Bay of Bengal, India. In: National conference on advanced materials and its applications, (NCAMA-2014), ISBN-13,978-81-909240-9-2.
  3. C. Manoharan, P. Sutharsan, S. Dhanapandian, R. Venkatachalapathy and R. Mohamed Asanulla, Infrared and Mossbauer Spectroscopy in the Characterization Ancient Pottery. In:International conference on recent frontiers in applied spectroscopy (ICORFAS-2010).