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Ghanshyam Singh

Dr. Ghanshyam  Singh

Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
MNIT Jaipur
J. L. N. Road
Jaipur  302017

tel: +91-141-2713531
fax: +91-9549654233
E-mail: gsingh.ece@mnit.ac.in
Web: www.mnit.ac.in/dept_ece/preprofile.php

Area of Expertise

Optical Switches, Optical Logic Gates & Circuits, Non-linear optics, Photonic Crystal Fibers, Nanophotonics, Nano-structured Materials


Dr. Ghanshyam Singh, a recipient of Distinguished Lecturer Award from IEEE Photonics Society for term 2017-18, received B. Tech. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from NIT Silchar (then REC Silchar), M. Tech. and PhD degrees in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Malaviya National Institute of Technology (MNIT) Jaipur. In early 1999, he joined the academic staff of MNIT Jaipur, where he is a Professor with the Department of EC Engineering. Prof. Singh had also worked as visiting researcher/visiting Professor for various periods with the Department of Physics, Herriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK (March 2009), the Institute of Photonics, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland (January - June 2010) under the CIMO Fellowship (Govt. of Finland) and the Department of EEE, Keio University, Hiyoshi Campus, Japan (October 2013). Prof. Singh has extensive teaching, research and sponsored R&D experience (for various funding agencies from India and abroad) on many aspects of Optical Communication and Photonics Engineering and has published/reported over 125 research papers/review articles in peer reviewed International journals/ conferences. He had delivered invited/expert talks on related research topics in India and abroad (including the Germany, Finland, UK, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Ukraine, Belarus, China, Australia, Malaysia, Poland, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal and USA). Prof. Singh is a senior member of OSA, IEEE and Fellow of OSI and IETE and Member of SPIE. He is also a life member of other professional societies including the BESI, OSI, ISTE, IE (India), etc. Prof. Singh had been engaged with joint R&D projects with Keio University (Japan), University of Vienna (Austria), Lviv National Polytechnic University, Lviv (Ukraine). Presently he is part of team from MNIT Jaipur for joint research with Cairo University (Egypt). His current research interest includes Micro and Nano-structured Photonic Devices, All optical circuits and networks, Non-linear characteristics of Photonic Crystal Fibers, Integrated Photonics, Photonics Sensors, etc.

Lecture Title(s)

Research Methodology: Suggestions to Early Stage Researchers
General but requisite points and suggestion for early stage researchers to come up with a timely and result oriented research work shall be addressed. Well defined objectives may leads to handle probable research limitations in better way. Such practices help to build a particular finding and addressing flaws in research. Development of strategies to share study results for feedback and data preparation before referring to evaluation/reviewers are equally important however neglected by most of the young researchers.

Photonic Integrated Devices and Systems: Technology for Next Generation Communication Networks
The talk will enlighten the progress made in Integrated Photonics, issues and challenges in implementing optical functional devices & systems on substrate. The lecture will also cover the performance comparison of Silicon Photonics and direct bandgap, group III-V materials based Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs). Possible methods to achieve robust, flexible and reliable PICs for real time applications. Integration techniques for very small photonic components and interconnect to build high density Photonic PICs.

Realization and performance analysis of all optical devices
The lecture will cover waveguide structuring for realization of all optical switches, power splitters, couplers based on conventional structures such as MZI, MMI and Y-junction waveguides. Later part of the talk shall be covering implementation of optical logic gates and circuits using the Microring resonating structures.

Structuring of grating waveguides to implement optical filters, resonators and Biosensors
Effectiveness of Taguchi method for the optimization of narrowband optical filters and temperature stable with high quality factor photonic biosensor based on grating waveguides. Porous Silicon based Bragg-Grating Resonator for Refractive Index Biosensing. Optical biosensor based on a cladding modulated grating waveguide

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