My research delves at the interface optical physics and communication engineering. I explore fundamental properties of electromagnetic waves and its interaction with matter, to build a foundation for next generation of communication and imaging technologies.
I am looking for motivated students at Ph.D. and masters level to work on a range of challenging research problems in theoretical and experimental domains. I am also offering a series of undergraduate level hardware as well as software development projects. Interested students are encouraged to send an email and schedule a meeting to discuss the details.
PT-symmetric spectral singularity and negative-frequency resonance by Pendharker S., Guo Y. , Khosravi F. , Jacob Z. Physical Review A 95 033817- (2017)
Axial super-resolution evanescent wave tomography by Pendharker S., Shende S. , Newman W. , Ogg S. , Nazemifard N. , Jacob Z. Optics Letters 41 5499-5502 (2016)
Optically controlled frequency-reconfigurable microstrip antenna with low photoconductivity by Pendharker S., Chandorkar A. N., Shevgaonkar R. K. IEEE antennas and wireless propagation letters 13 99-102 (2014)
Thermal graphene metamaterials and epsilon-near-zero high temperature plasmonics by Pendharker S., Hu H. , Molesky S. , Starko-bowes R. , Poursoti Z. , Pramanik S. , Nazemifard N. , Fedosejevs R. , Thundat T. , Jacob Z. Journal of Optics 19 055101- (2017)
Time-Variant Non-Reciprocal Component for mmWave Applications Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB)
Area of Research: mmWave components and antenna systems for 5G applications
Anik Naha Biswas
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