The Bio-Optics and Nano-Photonics Group of IISER-K
The main research area of the group are
- Amplification of spin-optical effects E.g. optical spin Hall effect.
- Quantitavite detection of tiny polarization anisotopy effects.
- Natural weak value amplification of magneto-optical effects.
- Weak measurement using spectral degree of freedom of light.
- Basic studies on light-matter interactions at the nano scale.
- studies on localized surface plasmon resonance in metal nano-structures.
- Studies on coupled plasmons, plasmonic Fano resonances.
- Spin Orbit interaction of light in micro and nano optical systems.
- Genarating orbital angular momentum carrying beam using spatially tailored metasurfaces.
- Orbital Hall effects of light.
- FEM & FDTD simulation for studying optical responses.
- Simulation of Mueller matrix for the desired smaples.
- Basic studies on polarization (spin)optical effects.
- Theoretical and experimental studies on polarization (Mueller matrices, Stokes vectors, Jones matrices) and coherence characteristics of scattered light in random medium.
- Develop novel optical spectroscopic approaches to probe sub-diffractional information on the morphology of complex systems such as biological tissues.
- Mueller matrix polarimetry and its applications in biophotonics.
- Investigate various optical spectroscopic approaches (Elastic scattering, Fluorescence, Raman) for probing biological systems and other complex systems.
- Prof. Nirmalya Ghosh received G.G. Stokes Award in Optical Polarization