Siddharth Ramachandran

Distinguished Professor, Engineering (ECE, Physics, MSE)

BTech. 1991: Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
MS 1993: University of Wisconsin, Madison
PhD 1998: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
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Siddharth Ramachandran is a Distinguished Professor of Engineering (ECE, Physics, MSE). He started his career at Bell Labs, and after a decade in industrial research labs, returned to academia as a member of the faculty at Boston University. He is currently a Distinguished Professor of Engineering at BU, with appointments in the departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Physics, and the division of Materials Science. His research focuses on the optical physics of guided waves. His contributions to the understanding and development of lightwave devices comprising spatial, vectorial and topological complexity have been applied in the fields of quantum computing and communications, optical networks, brain imaging, as well as laser based defense systems. For his contributions, he has been named a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff at OFS (2003), a fellow of Optica, formerly OSA (2010), IEEE (2019) and SPIE (2019), an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer (2013-2015), a Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the UK Royal Society of Engineering (2016), and a Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow (2019).


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