Teaching Experience: 24 years of teaching experience in various UG and PG level courses.

For UG Program :

  1. Phase equilibria and phase transformations
  2. Materials characterization
  3. X-ray diffraction and Electron microscopy
  4. Physical Metallurgy
  5. Introduction to Aerospace Materials
  6. Physics of Metals
  7. Science and Engineering of Materials
  8. Solidification Processing
  9. Phase Transformations
  10. Introduction to materials engineering

For PG Program :

  1. Advanced Phase transformations
  2. Advanced thermodynamics
  3. Heat treatment technology
  4. X-ray diffraction and electron metallography
  5. Advanced materials and processes
  6. Topics in Nanomaterials
  7. Electron diffraction
  8. Materials selection and design
  9. Thermodynamics and kinetics
  10. Role of Microstructure in Materials Selection and Design

Video Lectures :

  1. Advanced Metallurgical Thermodynamics. Click here for link.
  2. Advanced Materials and Processes. Click here for link
  3. Material Characterization


“Text book on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology”(2011), B.S. Murty, P. Shankar, Baldev Raj, B.B. Rath and J. Murday, Universities Press.


“High Entropy Alloys” (2014), B.S. Murty, J.W. Yeh and S. Ranganathan, Elsevier


“High Entropy Alloys” (2nd Edition(2019), B.S. Murty, Jien-Wei Yeh, S. Ranganathan, P. P. Bhattacharjee, Elsevier



“An Overview of High-energy Ball Milled Nanocrystalline Aluminium Alloys” (2017), R.K. Gupta, B.S. Murty and N. Birbilis, Springer


Books Chapters:

  1. B.S. Murty, “Nanocrystalline materials by mechanical alloying and rapid solidification processing”, Frontiers in the design of Materials, Universities Press, 2007, pp. 299-311.
  2. T. Venugopal and B.S. Murty, “Nanostructured materials by high energy ball milling”, Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Vol. 19 (2011) pp. 1-41.
  3. B.S. Murty and S. Kumar, “Aluminium based in-situ composites for automotive and other light-weight high strength applications”, Advances in Manufacturing Technology, Universities Press, pp. 348-359.