SHRI G. S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, INDORE

Govt. Aided Autonomous Institute Estd. In 1952

Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal & Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore

Dr. J. T. Andrews

Professor and Head
Department of Applied Physics and Optoelectronics

Address:

Department of Applied Physics & Optoelectronics

Shri G S Institute of Technology & Science, Indore 452 003 MP India

Email: jtandrews [at] sgsits.ac.in

Experience : 25 years

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  • Brief Resume

    Dr. J. T. Andrews obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D degrees from SGS Institute of Technology & Science (Engineering Discipline, Devi Ahilya University), Indore in 1994 and 1998 respectively. He held faculty positions at SGSITS, Indore as well as at Birla Institute of Technology, - BITS, Mesra, Ranchi.

    He is presently Professor of Applied Physics at SGSITS, Indore. He has also worked at Raja Ramanna Center for Advanced Technology (RRCAT, Indore), Indore as well as at Humboldt University zu Berlin, Germany. He also worked for a short spell at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, and visited major R&D facilities in Europe.

    He is a recipient of Dr. K. S. Krishnan Award of Department of Atomic Energy, Mumbai and BOYSCAST Award of Department of Science & Technology, GOI, New Delhi, Young Scientist Award from Department of Biotechnology, GoI, New Delhi and nominated for Dr. N. S. Satyamurthy Award of Indian Physics Association. He has published over 75 peer-reviewed international papers and contributed a chapter each in three books. Eight students have awarded and two are pursuing for Ph.D. under his Guidance. More than 2 crores of rupees have generated through R&D Projects.

    Dr. Andrews’ research interests center around Optical Tweezers, Manipulation of nanomaterials, Biomedical Imaging, Non-invasive glucose measurements with Optical coherence tomography, Optical properties of Quantum dots, Quantum Optical Computer, and NDT&E using real-time holography, etc.

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  • Awards & Recognition

    Awards and Recognitions

    • Dr. K. S. Krishnan Award strong>by Department of Atomic Energy, Mumbai (2000)
    • BOYSCAST Award of Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi (2002).
    • Young Scientist, Department of Biotechnology under RGYST scheme (2007)
    • Nominated speaker for Dr. N. S. Satyamurthy Award of Indian Physics Association.
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  • Publications in Journals

    Published in Peer-Reviewed Journals

    S. No

    Title of the Research Paper

    Name & Journal

    Vol. No. & Page.

    Year / Remarks

    1.

    Rabi oscillations in III-V semiconductors,

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Solid State Commun.,

    90, 117-120

    1995

    2.

    Effect of magnetic field on Rabi oscillations in III-V semiconductors,

    J. T. Andrews, P. Sen and P.K. Sen,

    Nonlinear Optics,

    12, 327-337

    1995

    3.

    Fiber Optical Communication,

    J. T. Andrews, P. Sen and R. R. Puri Ed. A.K Sharma

    Viva, New Delhi

    1998

    (Book)

    4.

    Computers and Devices for Communication

    J. T. Andrews, P. Sen and P. K. Sen

    Allied, New Delhi

    1998

    (Book)

    5.

    Theory of free induction decay,

    J. T. Andrews, P. Sen and P. K. Sen

    Ind. J. Pure and Applied Physics,

    36, 655-660

    1998

    6.

    Effect of noncentrosymmetry on stark broadening in bulk Indium Antimonide crystal,

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    J. Quantum and Semiclassical Optics,

    10, 663-669

    1998

    7.

    Stark shift and self energy correction in noncentro-symmetric systems,

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Nonlinear Optics,

    19, 177-188

    1998

    8.

    Ultrafast Phenomena in Semiconductors

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Proc.SPIE

    3624, 57-66

    1999

    9.

    Absorption spectra of small semiconductor

    quantum dots,

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Superlattice and Nanostructures,

    26, 171-180

    1999

    10.

    Optical nutation and free induction decay in magnetized narrow gap III-V semiconductors,

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    J. Nonlinear Optical Phys. And Materials

    8, 431-441

    1999

    11.

    Optical absorption spectra of a QD in a microcavity

    J. T. Andrews, P. Sen and R. R. Puri

    J. Physics B, Cond. Matter

    11, 6287-6300

    1999

    12.

    Optical Pulse

    and Beam Propagation

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Proc. SPIE

    3927, 52-62

    2000

    13.

    Nonlinear Materials, Devices, and Applications

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Proc.SPIE

    3928, 234-244

    2000

    14.

    Laser Applications in Microelectronic and Optoelectronic Manufact.

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Proc.SPIE

    3933, 14-23

    2000

     

     

     

    15.

    Effect of polarisation state on Squeezed state generation in GaAs

    H. K. Gahir, P. Sen. J. T. Andrews and R. R. Puri

    J. Quant. & Semiclassical Optics,

    2, 1-10

    2000

    16.

    Steady state nonlinear gain in small quantum Dots

    P. Sen and J. T. Andrews

    Solid State Commun.

    120, 195-200

    2001

    17.

    Pump-probe absorption characteristics of small quantum dots

    P. K. Sen and J. T. Andrews

    29, 287-300

    2001

    18.

    Nonlinear Absorption in semiconductor quantum dots,

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    Virtual J. Nanoscale Science & Technology,

    Mar 11, 05

    2002

    19.

    Nonlinear Absorption in semiconductor quantum dots

    J. T. Andrews and P. Sen

    J. Appl. Physics

    91, 2877-2882

    2002

    20.

    A novel scanning technique

    for Optical coherence tomography

    J. T. Andrews, H. S. Patel and P. K. Gupta

    J. Optics

    30, 151-157

    2002

    21.

    Optical binding in a

    line trap

    S. K. Mohanty, J. T. Andrews and P. K. Gupta

    Optics Express

    12, 2746-2753

    2004

    22.

    Quantum Optical Phenomena in Semiconductor Quantum Dots

    J. T. Andrews

    Quantum Dots: Research Developments,

    Ed. P. A. Ling

    Nova, New York

    149-161

    2005

    (Book)

    23.

    Errors in Abel inversion

    Transformations

    R. K. Paul, K. Bose, J. T. Andrews & P. K. Barhai

    Plasma Devices & Applications

    13, 281-289

    2005

    23.

    Measurement of scattering

    coefficient with blood glucose concentration using diffuse reflectance,

    R. Poddar, S. R. Sharma, P. Sen & J. T. Andrews

    J. Biochem. & Biotechnology

    10, 312-315

    2006

    24.

    Digital real-time holography for fault detection

    K. Bose, J. T. Andrews and P. K. Barhai

    Int. J. Mat. Science

    2, 137-144

    2006

    25.

    Understanding

    laser modes using Optical Coherence Tomography

    R. Poddar, S. R. Sharma, K. Bose, P. Sen & J. T. Andrews

    Am. J. Physics

    74, 569-571

    2006

    26.

    Stimulated emission from the biexciton in a single quantum dot

    I. A. Akimov, J. T. Andrews & F. Henneberger

    Phys. Rev. Lett.

    96, 067401

    2006

    27.

    Low cost experiments with

    laser and personal computer

    J. T. Andrews, B. Gupt, K. Bose and A. Kumar

    Transactions on Engineering Education

    4, 155-157

    2007

    28.

    Study of Correlation

    Between Glucose concentration and Reduced Scattering Coefficients in Turbid media using Optical Coherence Tomography

    R. Poddar, S. R. Sharma, P. Sen and J. T. Andrews

    Current Science

    95, 340-346

    2008

    29.

    Diagnosis of thermal

    damage in tissue using PS-OCT

    S. R. Sharma, R. Poddar, P. Sen and J. T. Andrews

    Afr. J. Biotechnology

    7, 2049-2054

    2008

    30.

    Optical Coherence

    Tomography

    R. Poddar, S. R. Sharma, P. Sen and J. T. Andrews Optical Coherence

    Tomography News,

    Aug. 3

    2008

    31.

    All optical quantum

    CNOT gate in semiconductor quantum dots

    Md. S. Qureshi, P. Sen, J. T. Andrews and P. K. Sen

    IEEE. J. Quantum Electronics

    45, 59-65

    2009

    32.

    Impact of shell thickness on exciton and biexciton binding energies of a ZnSe/ZnS core–shell quantum dot

    P. Sen, S. Chattopadhyay, J. T. Andrews, P. K. Sen

    Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids

    71, 1201-1205

    2010

    33.

    Towards a Wearable Non-invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring Device

    J. T. Andrews,

    J. Solanki, Om P Choudhary, S. Chouksey, N. Malvia, P. Chaturvedi and P. Sen.

    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser.

    365, 012004

    2012

    34.

    Effect of Shell and Shell Thickness on Photoluminescence (PL) of a CdSe/ZnS Core – Shell

    Quantum Dot

    S. Chattopadhyay, P. Sen, J. T. Andrews, P. K. Sen

    J. Phys.: Conf. Ser.

    365, 012037

    2012

    35.

    Semiconductor core-shell quantum dot: A low temperature nano-sensor

    Material

    S. Chattopadhyay, P. Sen, J. T. Andrews, P. K. Sen

    J. Appl. Phys

     

    111, 034310

    2012

    36.

    Blood glucose monitoring in human subjects using

    optical coherence tomography

    J. Solanki, P. Sen, J. T. Andrews & K. K. Thareja

    J. Optics

    41, 127-133

    2012

    37.

    Cyclic Correlation of Diffuse Reflected Signal with Glucose Concentration and Scatterer Size

    J. Solanki, P. Sen, J. T. Andrews & K. K. Thareja

    J. Modern Physics

    3, 1745

    2012

    38.

    Special Mention in News

    OCT News

    Feb. 21

    2012

    39.

    Polarization sensitive optical low-coherence reflectometry for blood glucose

    monitoring in human subjects

    J. Solanki, O.P. Choudhary, P. Sen, J. T. Andrews

    Review of Scientific Instruments

    84, 073114

    2013

    40

    Trapping sub-micron sized particles in holographic optical tweezers,

    G. Dwivedi, A. Gupta, M. Shukla, S. Kanaujia, S. Yede, J. T. Andrews,

    J. Physics. CS

    534, 012066

    2014

    41

    MOEMS Optical delay line for optical coherence tomography

    O. P. Chaudhary, S. Chouksey, P. K. Sen, P. Sen, J. Solanki, J. T. Andrews

    J. Physics. CS

    534, 012066

    2014

    42

    Microelectronics Facilities at SGSITS, Indore

    J. T. Andrews

    Sc. Res. in Appl. Sciences,

    3, 27-32

    2015

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Professor & Head,

Applied Photonics Laboratory

Department of Applied Physics & Optoelectronics

Shri G. S. Institute of Technology & Science, Indore

Indore 452 003 (MP) India

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