I'm particularly interested in light-matter interactions in nanoscale, like plasmonics and photonics from the perspectives of both experimental and theoretical approaches. I'm dealing with spectroscopy and imaging of up-converting materials doped with rare-earth metals, as well as computations of rate equations describing the kinetics of up-conversion processes in single nanoparticles.
Monika Nath is a PhD student in Physics Department at University of Science and Technology Meghalaya, Meghalaya, India. She received her BSc degree in Physics from Birjhora Mahavidyalaya(Bongaigaon)and MSc degree in Physics( Nano Technology, Molecular and laser spectroscopy, General theory of relativity and cosmology, statistical and numerical methodology) from Guwahati University. Her research focuses on investigation of nonlinear phenomena in Semiconductor Quantum Well using EIT( Electromagnetically Induced Transparency ).
I am a third-year undergraduate student majoring in Photonic Engineering at UCF’s CREOL, the College of Optics and Photonics. I have a general interest in optics and photonics but am favoring fiber optics. I am also a leader in the undergraduate community, now being president of the Society of Optics Students for two years and being involved in the planning and managing of CREOL-wide events. My current goal is to further my understanding of optics through internships and research as well as grow and promote diversity in the undergraduate population.
ebasmita Banerjee has received her bachelor's degree in technology from the West Bengal University of Technology and has worked as a Visiting Research Scholar at the Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics prior to joining the EE dept. of the University of Southern California as a Ph.D. stude
Leonard Shayo is a young researcher and director of technologies and innovation at Olduvai Space Center based in Tanzania, East Africa. His experience ranging from designing, manufacturing and integration of Electronic and Photonics systems. His undergraduate studies were Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering at Dar es salaam Institute of Technology while his Masters was in Photonics Sciences at University of Eastern Finland.
Muhammad Noaman Zahid received his Ph.D. degree with the honor of excellent student from Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), China, and M.S. degree from Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST), Pakistan, in 2021 and 2015, respectively. He is currently working as a Technical Expert (TE) at Hunan University of Humanities, Science and Technology, located in the southern part of China namely Hunan. Form 2018 he published more than 30 research papers in well peer reviewed academic journals and conferences (SCI and EI) at home and abroad. His primary area of expertise is RF circuit designing and fabrication for wireless and RFID applications, and his secondary research interest includes optical communication, and intelligent transportation
Abhijit Shyam is a PhD student in Physics Department at University of Science and Technology Meghalaya, Meghalaya, India. He received his BSc degree in Physics from LOKD,College (Dhekiajuli) and MSc degree in Physics(High Energy Physics and Non-linear optics). His research focuses on investigation of Slow and fast light dynamics and non-linear optics.
Laxman Mandal, a PhD scholar at IIT Madras working in optical metrology. I have done M.Tech in Nanotechnology and B.Tech in mechanical engineering.
Jaspal Singh, a Ph.D. Scholar at IIT Madras and working in the field of Adaptive Optics under the supervision of Prof. A R Ganesan. I have completed my M.sc in Physics at NIT Hamirpur.