Suhas Eswarappa Prameela

Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI)
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 21218

Email: seswara3 [at] jhu [dot] edu
Office: Malone Hall 43

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About Me

I am interested in creating novel microstructures of light weight metals for improved ballistic performance. My research interests lie at the intersection of processing, microscopy and mechanics.

Currently, I am a PhD candidate working at Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute, Johns Hopkins University. My research adivsor is Prof. Timothy Weihs. Our research focuses on enhancing dynamic performance of magnesium alloys using experimentally validated modelling and alloy design for body armor applications.

In June 2016, I completed my MS in Material Science and Engineering at ASU working with Prof. Jagannathan Rajagopalan on MEMS based testing of nanocrystalline thin films. Before that, I graduated with bachelor’s in mechanical engineering (summa cum laude) from RV College of Engineering, Bangalore.

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