Professor Krishnan Balasubramanian (Balu)

Professor Emeritus, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ

Fulbright Distinguished Professor

Two-Time Fulbright Research Award; Camille & Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar ; Alfred P. Sloan Fellow; Award for Distinction in Graduate Teaching ; Joint Prize of Minister of Education, Poland; Birla Institute of Technology & Science Distinguished Alumnus Award ; Phi Kappa Phi & Alpha Chi Sigma; 700 publications, 2 books; G-Scholar Citations: 18200; H-index:69; I5-index:535; I10:452; Robert S. Mulliken Lecturer ; Lawrence Livermore Distinguished Service Award; Padmashri Gemini Ganesan Centennial Lecture ; Rev. Yeddanapalli Memorial Award; Elected Member of International Academy of Mathematical Chemistry; Excerpts from Interview of Prof. K. S. Pitzer: Chemist and Administrator at UC Berkeley, President Rice University, President Stanford University, and the Director Atomic Energy Commission, 1935-1997
"K. Balasubramanian had joined me as a postdoc. I can remember him walking through the door and saying, "Balasubramanian is too long a name. Call me Balu." [laughs] His first name was Krishnan; he's obviously from India. He was a bundle of energy and a very agreeable young man.. We keep pretty close touch. I checked with the latest list of publications that he'd sent in, and he has over 340 papers, which for a man of his age [38] is well-nigh a record, far more than many people get in their entire career. He's a very, very interesting person, and as I say, very successful by almost any standard."

" Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall" Oliver Goldsmith (Confucius)

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