Judu V. Ilavarasu, PhD
Associate Professor, VaYU
- Ph.D. Yoga from Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana, Bangalore in 2014.
- M.Sc. Psychology from University of Madras, in 2011.
- M.Sc. Chemistry from The American College (Madurai Kamaraj University), in 2006.
- B.Sc. Chemistry from Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya (Bharathiar University), in 2004.
Awards and Proficiency:
- Qualified GATE-2007 in Chemistry.
- Qualified CSIR-UGC NET exam in Chemical Science.
- Qualified UGC NET exam in Psychology.
- Qualified UGC NET exam in Yoga.
Computer Knowledge: C, Java and Internet Programming, Oracle with RDBMS and other general computer applications.
Research Position: From January 2014, working as Associate Professor, in the Division of Yoga and Physical Sciences, S-VYASA, a Yoga University in Bangalore, India.
January 2009 to January 2014: Research Scholar at Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Samsthana (S-VYASA), Bangalore, India.
September 2007 to January 2009: Worked as a Research Fellow at the Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi, India.
Research and Teaching Experiences:
- Research Methodology.
- Biostatistical Analysis and Synopsis Presentation.
- Energetic Models and Measurements in Medicine.
- Science and Consciousness.
- Introduction of Modern Science.
List of Publications:
- Kumar, K. S., Srinivasan, T. M., Ilavarasu, J., Mondal, B., & Nagendra, H. R. (2018). Classification of electrophotonic images of yogic practice of mudra through neural networks. International journal of yoga, 11(2), 152.
- Park J. S., Rajesh, S. K., Ilavarasu, J. V.,&Bhat R. G. (2016). Development of implicit measure for virtue based on ancient Indian scripture: Issues and challenges. Indian Journal of Health and Wellbeing, 7(2), 212.
- Kushwah, K. K., Srinivasan, T. M., Nagendra, H. R., Ilavarasu, J. V., (2015). Development of normative data of electro photonic imaging technique for healthy population in India: a normative study. International Journal of Yoga, 9(1), 49.
- Kushwah, K. K., Srinivasan, T. M., Nagendra, H. R., Ilavarasu, J. V., (2015). Effect of yoga based technique on stress and health indices using electro photonic imaging technique in managers.Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine, 7(2), 119-123.
- Singh, R., Singh, M., Rajesh, S. K., Ilavarasu, J. V., Pradhan, B., Deshpande, S. (2015). Hindi version of Vedic Personality Inventory-reliability and construct validity. International Journal of Yoga-Philosophy, Psychology and Parapsychology, 3, 1-4.
- Ilavarasu, J. V., Rajesh, S. K., & Hankey, A. (2014). Implicit measure for yoga research: Yoga Implicit Association Test. International Journal of Yoga, 7(2),120–125.
- Rajesh, S. K., Ilavarasu, J. V., Srinivasan, T. M., & Nagendra, H. R. (2014). Stressand its expression according to contemporary science and ancient indianwisdom: perseverative cognition and the Pañca kośas. Mens SanaMonographs,12(1), 139-152.
- Rajesh, S. K., Ilavarasu, J. V., & Srinivasan, T. M. (2014). Effect of BhramariPranayama on Response Inhibition: Evidence from the Stop Signal Task.International Journal of Yoga, 7(2), 138–141.
- Dayananda H. V., Ilavarasu J. V., Rajesh S. K., Babu N. (2014). Barriers in the pathof yoga practice: An online survey. International Journal of Yoga, 7(1), 66-71.
- Ilavarasu, J. V., Mohan, S., & Hankey, A. (2013). Triguna as personality concept: guidelines for empirical research. International Journal of Yoga-Philosophy, Psychology and Parapsychology,1(1),15–20.
- Ilavarasu, J. V., Rajesh, S. K., & Hankey, A. (2013). Influence of language on implicit association test scores in Indian population. Asian Journal of Multidimensional Research, 2(9), 43–52.
- Rajesh, S. K., Ilavarasu, J. V., & Srinivasan, T. M. (2013). DispositionalMindfulness and its Relation to Impulsivity in College Students. InternationalJournal of Yoga- Philosophy, Psychology and Parapsychology, 1(1), 49–52.
- Rajesh, S. K., Ilavarasu, J. V., & Srinivasan, T. M. (2012). The relationship between dispositional mindfulness and well-being in a sample of college students. Indian Journal of Positive Psychology, 3(3), 299-301.