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Recent Advances in Graphene Nanophotonics (Advanced Structured Materials #190)

Recent Advances in Graphene Nanophotonics (Advanced Structured Materials #190)

Current price: $139.99
Publication Date: May 21st, 2023
Publisher:
Springer
ISBN:
9783031289415
Pages:
375
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Description

There are growing advantages to the use of graphene-based nanophotonics in communication, sensing, security, safety, spectroscopy, manufacturing, biomedicine, agriculture, imaging, and other fields. These advantages, as well as the numerous challenges associated with this technology and proposed solutions to these challenges, are summarized in this book. The key objective of the book is to serve as a single-source reference for the rapidly expanding application aspects of the technology of graphene-based nanophotonics, as well as the number of modules required for their successful implementation. This book seeks to give readers a comprehensive understanding of several elements of graphene-based nanophotonics, such as emerging application areas, the design and modelling of sensors, absorbers, optical fiber, encoders, etc. A complete view of the progress and breakthroughs in novel materials for sensing, detecting and encoding technology is presented. The book also emphasizes theconsequences of THz signals on human health, as well as the environmental components of THz. This book will be of tremendous value for those with an interest in electronic engineering, particularly those keeping an eye on this emerging technology.

About the Author

Shobhit K. Patel obtained his Ph.D. in Electronics & Communication Engineering at Charotar University of Science and Technology, Changa, India. He is currently working in the areas of photonics, metamaterial, antennas, optics and artificial intelligence. He has published several research papers in high impact SCI journals. He has also filed 7 Indian patents on different novel researches that he carried out. He received a DST international travel grant in the year 2014 to present a paper at the IEEE APS-URSI symposium in Memphis, TN, USA. He also received a DST International Travel Grant in the year 2017 to present a paper at the PIERS Symposium, NTU, Singapore. He was named on the "top 2% of scientists worldwide identified by Stanford University" list in 2021. He is currently working on many graphene-based projects and has received funding from SERB, DST, for his research. He has been honored with awards for his achievements in his area of research. Sofyan A. Taya obtained his Ph.D. degree from Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, in 2007. He worked as an assistant professor at the Physics Department of the Islamic University of Gaza in the period 2008-2013. He then became an associate professor of Physics from 2013-2018, and subsequently a full professor of theoretical physics -optoelectronics in the same department. His research interests focus on the fields of integrated Optics for sensor applications, waveguides, ellipsometry, OLEDs, numerical techniques, nonlinear optics, applications of left-handed materials and photonic crystals. He has published about 150 articles in international referred journals. He has participated in many international and local conferences. He was given the Abdul Hameed Shoman Award for Young Arab Researchers, Jordan, in 2012. He was named as one the top 2% of researchers around the world based on a study conducted by the global publishing house Elsevier and Stanford University in the United States in August 2021. Dr. Sudipta Das earned his Ph.D degree from the University of Kalyani, India. He is currently working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at IMPS College of Engineering and Technology, West Bengal, India. He has been teaching for 13 years and engaging in research for 9 years. His research interests are Microstrip Antennas for microwave, mm-wave and THz communication systems, Flexible antenna design, Filter design, FSS, RFID, microwave components, design and development of graphene-based THz antennas, metamaterials, and graphene-based photonic structures. He has contributed more than 140 research articles to various peer-reviewed international journals and conferences of repute. He has authored one book on 'Microstrip Filter Design, 'and edited three books on THz technology entitled "Advances in Terahertz Technology and its Applications", "Terahertz Wireless Communication Components and System Technologies," and " Terahertz Devices, Circuits and Systems,"as well as contributing chapters to several other books. He is associated with a number of different international journals as an Editorial board member. He was given the "Outstanding Teacher in Electronics & Communication Engineering" award by Global Outreach Research and Education Summit Awards in the year 2019. Dr. K. Vasu Babu obtained a B.Tech in Electronics & Communication Engineering from the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTUH), Andhra Pradesh, India, in 2006, an M.Tech. in Digital Electronics & Communication Systems from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTUK), Andhra Pradesh, India, in 2010, and a Ph.D in MIMO Antennas from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India, in 2020. He is working in different domains related to microwave, optical and THz devices, including antennas, absorbers, microwave filter characteristic mode analysis, Dielectric Resonator Antennas, Metamaterial Design, and MIMO Antenna design using Genetic Algorithms waveguides and transmission lines. Currently, he is working on THz MIMO design and absorbers. He has to date authored more than 20 research articles in different peer-reviewed SCI and SCOPUS journals, as well as presenting at 13 international and national conferences. He is also working as an active reviewer for various peer-reviewed journals, like the AEU- International Journal of Electronics and Communication Systems, Optical and Quantum Electronics, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, the International Journal of Electronics (Taylor & Francis), the Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers, the Journal of Instrumentation, etc.