Computational Optics

1. Introduction

Computational Optics Research Group (CORG) is a research group founded by Ton Duc Thang University. This group mainly focuses on optical device theory and design, from which the simulation of the device functions and characteristics is based on the realistic device parameters that can be fabricated and practical used. The simulation methods are the current available commercial software programs such as MATLAB, Opti-wave, Lumerical FDTD etc.

2. Mission and vision

• (A) Design and manipulation of the multi-function electronic device based on the plasmonic devices and circuits, (B) Design and manipulate the naked-eye 3D perception using a micro-ring conjugate mirror, (C) Design, manipulate and fabricate the optical force and torque probe for molecule trapping and transportation and (D) Theoretical study, design and manipulate the photons behaviors in a microring system, (E) Design and manipulate the photonic crystal nano-cavity for the optical devices.

• Outreach activities such as academic-industry collaboration, exchange students, conducting world class seminars, workshops on cutting-edge technologies, organizing symposiums and conferences and high impact paper publications.

3. Research topics

1) Plasmonics

Plasmonic devices, circuits and waveguides

Plasmonic antenna

Multifunction electronic devices based on plasmonics

2) Bio-and Microphotonics

Optical forces, torques and motors

Drug delivery and networks

Deep cells 3D Naked-eye imaging

3) Opto-electronics

Waveguide, Optical switch, Modulator

Silicon photonics

Optical MIMO devices

4) Micro-nano-optics

Nano-communication and networks

Sensors and measurements

Micro-nano crystal cavity

5) Quantum optics based on micro-nano optical devices

Quantum formalism of photons in microring resonator

Quantum computer and information

Quantum sensors based microring resonator

Quantum interferometer

6) Photonic Crystal Nano-cavity Devices

Microring resonator

Maczhender Interferometer

Sensors

4. Current members

CORG Preecha Yupapin

Dr. Preecha Yupapin

Position: Head of Computational Optics Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Areas of expertise: Computational Nano-optics: is the study of the behavior of light on the nano-meter scale regime, and of the interaction of nanometer-scale objects with light, which is a branch of optics, optical engineering, electrical engineering, and nanotechnology. The combination between metallic and optical components is also included that can transport both electron and light using the surface plasmon behaiors. The new device using the graphene material is also the research targets

Research track record (until October of 2016):

• ISI papers: 264

• Total ISI Citations: 2240

• ISI H-index: 24

• Top ISI journals (at most 5):

1. Optics Express
2. IEEE Photonics Technology Letter
3. IEEE Photonics Journal
4. IEEE/OSA Light-wave Technology
5. IEEE Quantum Electronics

CORG Iraj Sadegh Amiri

Dr. Iraj Sadegh Amiri

Position: Member of Computational Optics Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Areas of expertise: Optical soliton communications, Laser physics, Photonics, Optics, Nanotechnology engineering

 CORG Nithiroth Pornsuwancharoen

Dr. Nithiroth Pornsuwancharoen

Position: Member of Computational Optics Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Areas of expertise: Optical science and Technology, optical communication, optical sensor

CORG Phichai Youplao

Dr. Phichai Youplao

Position: Member of Computational Optics Research Group, Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Areas of expertise: Optical ring resonator, Optical communication application, Quantum key distribution protocol

5. Former members (name, title, picture)

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6. Publications (ISI or Scopus only)

5. R. R. Poznanski, L. A. Cacha, J. Ali, Z. H. Rizvi, P. Yupapin, S. H. Salleh, A. Bandyopadhyay (2017); Induced mitochondrial membrane potential for modeling solitonic conduction of electrotonic signals; PLOS ONE (ISI).

4. R. R. Poznanski, L. A. Cacha, Y. M. S. Al-Wesabi, J. Ali, M. Bahadoran, P. P. Yupapin, J. Yunus (2017); Solitonic conduction of electrotonic signals in neuronal branchlets with polarized microstructure; Scientific Reports (ISI).

3. Cacha L. A, Ali J, Rizvi Z. H, Yupapin P. P, Poznanski, R. R (2017); Nonsynaptic plasticity model of long-term memory engrams; Journal of Integrative Neuroscience (ISI).

2. Rohit L. Vekariya, Abhishek Dhar, Pabitra Kumar Paul, Subhasis Roy (2017); An overview of engineered porous material for energy applications: a mini-review; Ionics (ISI)

1. T. Saktioto, R.F. Syahputra, S. Punthawanunt, J. Ali, P. Yupapin (2017); GHz frequency filtering source using hexagonal metamaterial splitting ring resonators; Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol 59 (6), pp. 1337–1340 (ISI).

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