Pankaj Kumar Choudhury
Pankaj Kumar Choudhury
Institute of Microengineering & Nanoelectronics (IMEN), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
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Hyperbolic metamaterial-based UV absorber
MA Baqir, PK Choudhury
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 29 (18), 1548-1551, 2017
842017
Broadly tunable multi‐wavelength Brillouin‐erbium fiber laser in a Fabry‐Perot cavity
MN Mohd Nasir, Z Yusoff, MH Al‐Mansoori, HA Abdul Rashid, ...
Laser Physics Letters 5 (11), 812-816, 2008
652008
Low threshold and efficient multi-wavelength Brillouin-erbium fiber laser incorporating a fiber Bragg grating filter with intra-cavity pre-amplified Brillouin pump
MNM Nasir, Z Yusoff, MH Al-Mansoori, HAA Rashid, PK Choudhury
Laser Physics Letters 6 (1), 54, 2008
462008
Brewster mode‐enhanced sensing with hyperbolic metamaterial
KV Sreekanth, P Mahalakshmi, S Han, MS Mani Rajan, PK Choudhury, ...
Advanced Optical Materials 7 (21), 1900680, 2019
452019
Design and analysis of nanostructured subwavelength metamaterial absorber operating in the UV and visible spectral range
MA Baqir, M Ghasemi, PK Choudhury, BY Majlis
Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications 29 (18), 2408-2419, 2015
452015
Tunable plasmon induced transparency in graphene and hyperbolic metamaterial-based structure
MA Baqir, PK Choudhury, A Farmani, T Younas, J Arshad, A Mir, S Karimi
IEEE Photonics Journal 11 (4), 1-10, 2019
432019
On the metasurface based comb filters
M Ghasemi, M Baqir, PK Choudhury
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 28, 1100-1103, 2016
412016
Widely tunable multi-wavelength Brillouinerbium fiber laser utilizing low SBS threshold photonic crystal fiber
MNM Nasir, Z Yusoff, MH Al-Mansoori, HAA Rashid, PK Choudhury
Optics Express 17 (15), 12829-12834, 2009
412009
On the pH response of fiber optic evanescent field absorption sensor having a U-shaped probe: An experimental analysis
PK Choudhury, T Yoshino
Optik 114 (1), 13-18, 2003
392003
Analysis of the guidance of electromagnetic waves by a deformed planar waveguide with parabolic cylindrical boundaries
PK Choudhury, P Khastgir, SP Ojha, LK Singh
Journal of Applied Physics 71 (11), 5685-5688, 1992
391992
On the analysis of a weakly guiding doubly clad dielectric optical fiber with an annular core
BC Sarkar, PK Choudhury, T Yoshino
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 31 (6), 435-439, 2001
362001
Nanostructured concentric gold ring resonator-based metasurface filter device
M Ghasemi, PK Choudhury
Optik 127 (20), 9932-9936, 2016
342016
Chirofibers with helical windings–an analytical investigation
KY Lim, PK Choudhury, Z Yusoff
Optik 121 (11), 980-987, 2010
342010
Modal propagation analysis of a waveguide with a regular pentagonal cross section with conducting and nonconducting boundaries
V Misra, PK Choudhury, P Khastgir, SP Ojha
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters 8 (6), 280-282, 1995
341995
Design of hyperbolic metamaterial-based absorber comprised of Ti nanospheres
MA Baqir, PK Choudhury
IEEE Photonics Technology Letters 31 (10), 735–738, 2019
332019
Towards the dispersion relations for dielectric optical fibers with helical windings under slow-and fast-wave considerations-a comparative analysis
D Kumar, P Choudhury, O Singh II
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 80, 409-420, 2008
332008
Metamaterial absorber comprising chromium–gold nanorods-based columnar thin films
M Ghasemi, PK Choudhury, MA Baqir, MA Mohamed, ARM Zain, ...
Journal of Nanophotonics 11 (4), 043505, 2017
322017
Some multilayered and other unconventional lightguides
PK Choudhury, ON Singh
Electromagnetic Fields in Unconventional Structures and Materials, 289-357, 2000
312000
Elliptical metallic rings-shaped fractal metamaterial absorber in the visible regime
RMH Bilal, MA Saeed, PK Choudhury, MA Baqir, W Kamal, MM Ali, ...
Scientific RepoRtS 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
302020
An exact analytical treatment of parabolically deformed planar waveguides near cutoff
PK Choudhury, P Khastgir, SP Ojha, KS Ramesh
Optik (Stuttgart) 95 (4), 147-151, 1994
301994
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