In memoriam of Jeevan M Rao to support his family.

by Claudio Paoloni in Bailrigg, England, United Kingdom

In memoriam of Jeevan M Rao to support his family.

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Jeevan was the main financial support for his mother. Your donations will be of great help for his mother.

by Claudio Paoloni in Bailrigg, England, United Kingdom

Jeevan was the main financial support for his mother. The loss of Jeevan has been devastating for her family and his mother, with also the loss of his important financial support.

The crowdfunding hopes to provide the Jeevan's mother of a sum to comfortably.

Jeevan was a wonderful person, calm, kind, generous. He always helped whoever asked his help. This is time to help him, by helping his mother.

Jeevan (4th June 1988 -  25th December 2020) was researcher and PhD student at Engineering Department at Lancaster University.

In the following the excellent professional bio of Jeevan, a recognised expert in vacuum electronics.

Jeevan was awarded the Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in Electronics and Communication Engineering  at B.M.S College of Engineering, Bangalore, India in 2010.

He worked at M.Tech in Microwave Engineering Kerala University, India.

Then he was Senior Research Fellow, (2013 ) at Microwave Tubes Research and Development Centre, Bangalore, India, where he worked on Gyrotrons.

In 2014, he got the Product Development Engineer position at Bharat Electronics Ltd, Bangalore, India, the most important vacuum tube company in India, where successfully developed Microwave Power Modules.

Jeevan joined my research group in November 2018 to work on the development of novel sub-THz traveling wave tubes. He immediately demonstrated his value. He was the right person at the right time.

By his expertise in high voltage power supplies for traveling wave tubes, he contributed and built some of the facilities that now permit to say the Engineering at Lancaster is one of the few academic laboratories worldwide equipped to build state of the art sub-THz tubes. 

He  supported  the Lancaster’s community devoting his weekend volunteering for the Oxfam shop at Lancaster.

He also was a very talented PhD student part time and produced very high quality research.

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