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California State University, Long Beach

Chemical Engineering (ChE)

Raman Kalyanaraman

Raman Kalyanaraman


Fall 2015 Schedule

Schedule Sem/Lab Time Days Room
CHE 220 SEM 5:00-7:45PM Tu PH1-127
CHE 475 SEM 5:30-8:15PM M PH2-126
CHE 575 SEM 5:30-8:15PM M PH2-126


Professor Raman Kalyanaraman has been a Lecturer for CSULB from 2005 to the present. He has taught under-graduate and graduate level Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and Engineering Technology courses - Thermodynamics, Advanced Kinetics and Reaction Engineering, Engineering and Process Design, Project Cost Benefit Analysis, Occupational & Environmental Safety Engineering and Management, Environmental Pollution and Prevention, Air Pollution.

Professor Raman Kalyanaraman has over 30 years of experience in Production Management, Engineering, Research and Development, Strategic Planning, Management including 21 years in the global chemical/pharmaceutical company Bayer Corporation. He has significant accomplishments while working in chemical which include

  1. Invention of New Products - Inventor of two products (commercially exploited patents), resulting in significant increase in revenues on an ongoing basis. ($ 8 Million/Yr.) for the Polymer and Chemicals Divisions, Bayer Corporation.
  2. Operations, Environment and Safety Performance - Programs, Projects initiated and implemented resulted in outstanding results for the organization with respect to environmental compliance and savings.
  3. Strategic Planning and Competitive Intelligence - Helped Strategic Acquisitions, Expansions and mergers for the Polymer and Chemicals Divisions, Bayer Corporation.
  4. Compliance with ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 in all aspects of business.

Academic Qualifications and Achievements:

  1. M.S. Chemical Engineering, IIT, Bombay, India.
  2. M.S. Chemical Engineering, WVU, WV, USA.
  3. . Presented M.S. Thesis in Engineering Science Foundation Conference at Henniker, New Hampshire and European Coal Conference.
  4. Received two patents, commercially exploited, resulting in $ 8 million/yr profit. Invented the process for the manufacture of Methylene Diisocyanate with improved physical and chemical characteristics.
  5. Finance Management, Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling WV.
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