Invited Speaker

Kisalaya Chakrabarti

Kisalaya Chakrabarti

Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Haldia Institute of Technology, India
Speech Title: Application of metamaterial photonic crystal array for confinement of light pulses

Abstract: We have designed for the first time, a Position chirped Photonic crystal fiber (which is made up of metamaterials) having a negative refractive index and being able to confine the light pulse inside it completely. As a consequence, it can be used as a storage device for light pulses. In reality, we cannot completely stop any light pulse and store it, to date. The effectiveness of this structure is; by storing the light pulse we can construct an optical computer, where all the computations will be done in the light domain. It will be much faster than existing electrical computers because of the speed of the light and it is electromagnetic interference-free, noiseless structure. Here the presence of stored light pulse will be considered as "1" and the absence of light pulse is considered as "0".


Biography: Professor (Dr.) Kisalaya Chakrabarti has 20 years of teaching and research experience in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering. His research domain covers different areas of Optical Communications.
He has obtained Doctoral from University of Tsukuba, Japan and two Postdoctoral certificates from Utsunomiya University and National Institute for Material Science also from Japan.
He has administrative experiences as Chair Professor in the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Bengal Institute of Technology and Management (Santiniketan), where he has also worked as Dean (R&D) for few months. He rendered his duties as Principal at Secom Engineering College situated at Sankrail, Howrah and Pailan College of Management and Technology (PCMT), Kolkata for around two years.
The title of his PhD thesis was “An Investigation of Photonic Crystals and Time-Reversed Scattering using Nonstandard FDTD”.
Presently he is working as a Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Haldia Institute of Technology, ICARE Complex, HIT Campus, Haldia, Purba Medinipur, India.
He was the Senior Member of IEEE and he is the Life Fellow of Optical Society of India since 2005. He was the recipient of prestigious MONBUKAGAKUSHO (MEXT) Scholarship for his Doctoral Program at University of Tsukuba from the Japanese Government.



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