Resume of Suresh Maran


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  • Ph.D (2004), MS(1999) , University of Pittsburgh, USA.
  • BE (1999), CEG, Anna University, Chennai, India



  1. Suresh K Maran, Emotions, Relationship and Human Advancement, bookset (to be published).
  2. Suresh K Maran, A Framework of principles for Planck Scale Physics with Time and Reduction.
  3. Video: RQ-TQ Imbalanced Evolution: Greatest Challenge Facing humanity?
  4. RQ-TQ Imbalanced Evolution2: Physical vs Human Sciences
  5. Design, Development, maintainer, and author of websites,, and


4 Relational Experience


  1. Philosophical Discussion Group (Pittsburgh).
  2. Objectivist Club (Carnegie Mellon University).
  3. Path Finder Club (Pittsburgh).
  4. CMU Ballroom Dance Club (Pittsburgh).


4.2 Places travelled for social experience

Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, Utrecht, London, Oxford, Nottingham, Florida, San Francisco, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Atlanta, Bangalore, Thiruvanthapuram, etc. Future scheduled travel: India, Europe and USA, rest of the world.


4.3 Some Relevant Talks

  1. Introduction to being a teaching assistant - (new student orientation, University of Pittsburgh, 2002).
  2. Human Relationships and Freedom of women - (in a conference for women's advancement, University of Pittsburgh, 2004).
  3. Artificial intelligence Vs Natural Intelligence - (at Philosophical discussion group, University of Pittsburgh, 2001).



  1. Teaching Assistant, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Pittsburgh: Fall 1997 to summer 2004.
  2. Instructor in the Research Experience for Under Graduates program during summer 1998 at the University of Pittsburgh.


5 Technical Experience

5.1 Computing SKILLS

  1. C#, PHP, Drupal CMS, Mathcad, Matlab, Mathematica, Maple.
  2. Knowledge of computer hardware and electronics.
  3. Editing software: MS OFFICE, Latex, Scientific Workplace.
  4. Data Software: MS ACCESS, MYSQL, MS EXCEL.


5.2 Technical projects

  1. Worked on a 3D night sky simulation software.
  2. Wrote a Mathematica program for Brookhaven national laboratory (E865) project for data analysis.
  3. C++ programming for particle data analysis involving CDF detector at Fermi lab (Chicago).
  4. Worked on a software test bed for broadband communication using c++ and matlab.
  5. Worked on the project called automated house control for promoting the Electronic Hobby Centre at Anna University. Did overall management and integration of various subcomponents. (undergraduate experience).
  6. Experience in particle data acquisition hardware in the Brookhaven national laboratory (E865) project for study of synchrotron radiation from a low energy electron beam.



  1. Visitor, Perimeter Institute, September 23, 2005 to October 8, 2005.
  2. Visitor, DAMTP, University of Cambridge, October 31, 2005 to November 18, 2005.
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    Variety of talks on quantum gravity at various places such as the following:

    1. Loops 2005, Germany, Max Planck Institute.
    2. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Sept. 15, 2005.
    3. Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Oct. 6, 2005.
    4. University of Nottingham, UK, November third week. 2005.
    5. Spinoza Institute, Utrecht, October third week.
    6. University of Cambridge, University of Pittsburgh)


    5.5 Published work (Physics)

    1. Suresh K Maran, Relating Spin Foams and Canonical Quantum Gravity: (n-1)+1 Formulation of n Dimensional Spin Foams, Phys. Rev. D 70 124004 (2004), gr-qc/0412011.
    2. Suresh K Maran, A systematic derivation of the Riemannian Barrett-Crane model, gr-qc/0511002, J. Math. Phys. 47, 022503 (2006) (7 pages).