Phd. in Applied Physics: Applied Optics

Birla Institute of Technology
In Ranchi, Allahabad, Jaipur and 3 other venues

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Allahabad
B-7, Industrial Area, Naini, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Jaipur
27, Malviya Industrial Area, 302017, Rajasthan, India
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Kolkata
Southend Conclave, 4th Floor 1582 Rajdanga Main Road, 700107, West Bengal, India
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Noida
A-7 Sector 1, 201301, Uttar Pradesh, India
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Patna
Near Patna Airport, P.O. Bihar Veterinary College, 800014, Bihar, India
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· Requirements

An applicant for admission to the Ph.D. programme of this Institute shall possess, normally, an M.Phil./Master’s degree in the concerned subject with a minimum of 60% marks (55% in caseof Full-Time Sponsored candidates with a minimum of three years professional experience, and SC/ST candidates) at Master’s level or an M.Phil./Master’s Degree.

Course programme

The Institute offers Phd. in Applied Physics: Applied Optics. Applied Optics (Holography, Optical coherence tomography, Quantum Dot, Optical Imaging, Digital Holography, Optical tweezer). The Applied Optics Group concentrates on three areas –

1. Digital real-time holography for material testing and diagnoses. A home made innovative setup developed has made real-time holography a simple technique. The instrument developed is adopted for testing solid samples for faults, voids, cracks etc. A digital holography setup developed at the Institute is adopted for the measurements on plasma parameters.

2. Optical coherence tomography for (a) non-invasive blood glucose measurements and (b) non-invasive, non-contact measurement of skin burn depth. This work has received active theoretical support from Dr. Pratima Sen of SGSITS, Indore.

3. Optical properties of quantum dots. Fiber optic Spectroscopic measurements are adopted for the measurements on plasma parameters such as electron temperature, emissivity profile, etc. Using Abel inversion method, software is developed for the reconstruction of emissivity profile from the integrated intensity data.


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