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Getting post-doctoral : JASLEEN LUGANI, Department of Physics, IIT Delhi

Publié le : 23 juin 2014

JASLEEN LUGANI
C/o Prof. K. Thyagarajan,
Department of Physics, IIT Delhi,
New Delhi, India

Nationality/Sex : Indian/Female
Date of birth : 5th
Contact number : +33 753 26 01 98
Email : jaslphy gmail.com

EDUCATION

  • PhD in quantum optics : (Degree awarded) (November 2013)
    Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
  • Masters in Physics Honors (2007)
    Department of physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
    • First division, percentage of marks obtained : 66.2%.
    • Master’s thesis : Solitons in physical systems.
    • Relevant courses taken : Classical mechanics, quantum mechanics (basic and advanced), electronics, classical electrodynamics, Fortran-77, mathematical physics, optics, solid state physics, nuclear physics, particle physics (basic), statistical physics, optical electronics, fiber optics, etc
  • Bachelors in Physics Honors (2005)
    Department of physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India
    • First division with distinction, percentage of marks obtained : 77.5%.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

PhD thesis title : Studies on guided wave devices and cold atoms for applications in quantum optics and quantum information. (November, 2013)
Advisors :
Prof. K.Thyagarajan (Head of Physics Department), IIT Delhi, India
Prof. Sankalpa Ghosh, Physics Department, IIT Delhi, India

  • Proposed and analyzed different waveguide designs for efficient generation and manipulation of entangled photon pairs in various degrees of freedom such as polarization, spatial modes, path, etc, through spontaneous parametric down conversion (SPDC) in non-linear waveguide configurations.
  • In the field of ultracold atoms, we have focused on the determination of the quantum phase of cold atoms in optical lattices using cavity quantum electrodynamics. We have proposed methods to distinguish between different insulating phases and their transition to superfluidity using cavity transmission spectrum.
  • Methods used : Scalar Variational analysis and modal analysis for waveguides, RSOFT simulation software, perturbation theory approach, exact diagonalization method, variational ansatz approach, etc.
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