Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 41 Issue S1 July 1993 pp 455-472 Particle Astrophysics
Volume 60 Issue 5 May 2003 pp 1023-1027
M M Aggarwal S K Badyal V S Bhatia S Chattopadhyay A K Dubey M R Dutta Majumdar M S Ganti A Kumar T K Nayak S Mahajan D P Mahapatra L K Mangotra B Mohanty S Pal S C Phatak B V K Potukuchi R Raniwala S Raniwala N KRao R N Singaraju Bikash Sinha M D Trivedi R J Veenhof Y P Viyogi
A novel gas-based detector using large arrays of honeycomb cells has been developed and tested for use as a pre-shower photon multiplicity detector (PMD) for STAR and ALICE experiments. The appropriate cell design was arrived at using GARFIELD simulations. Prototype chambers with cell dimensions corresponding to STAR and ALICE were fabricated and tested at CERN PS and SPS. The charged particle detection efficiency and the pre-shower characteristics have been studied using pion and electron beams.
Volume 82 Issue 1 January 2014 pp 71-78 Invited Talks
Microscopy using visible electromagnetic radiation can be used to investigate living cells in various environments. But bright field microscopy only provides two-dimensional (2D) intensity distribution at a single object plane. One of the ways to retrieve object height/thickness information is to employ quantitative phase microscopic (QPM) techniques. Interferometric QPM techniques are widely used for this. Digital holographic microscopy (DHM) is one of the stateof-the-art methods for quantitative three-dimensional (3D) imaging. Usually it is implemented in two-beam geometry, which is prone to mechanical vibrations. But to study dynamics of objects like red blood cells, one needs temporal stability much better than the fluctuations of the object, which the two-beam geometry fails to deliver. One way to overcome this hurdle is to use selfreferencing techniques, in which a portion of the object beam will act as the reference beam. Here the development of self-referencing QPM techniques is described along with the results.
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