Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 82 Issue 6 June 2014 pp 1085-1101 Research Articles
A theoretical study of pump–probe experiment in single-layer, bilayer and multilayer graphene
Enamullah Vipin Kumar Upendra Kumar Girish S Setlur
The pump–probe experiment is typically used to study relaxation phenomena in nonlinear optical systems. Here we use it as a tool to study the phenomenon of anomalous Rabi oscillations in graphene that was predicted recently in single-layer graphene. Unlike conventional Rabi oscillations, anomalous Rabi oscillations are unique to graphene (and possibly to surface states of topological insulators (TIs)), attributable to the pseudospin (conventional spin for TI) degree of freedom and Dirac-fermion character of the graphene system. A pump pulse of a finite duration long enough to contain a large number of cycles induces a current density that oscillates with the frequency of the pump pulse. The amplitude associated with these fast oscillations is seen to exhibit much slower oscillations with a frequency given by $2\omega^2_R/\omega$–the anomalous Rabi frequency, where $\omega_R$ is the conventional Rabi frequency and 𝜔 is the frequency of the external pump field. This effect is easily probed by a probe pulse subsequent to the pump, where it manifests itself as periodic oscillations of the probe susceptibility as a function of pump duration at each probe frequency. Alternatively, it is also seen as an oscillatory function of the pump–probe delay with other variables remaining fixed. This period corresponds to the anomalous Rabi frequency. An analysis of the previously reported experimental data confirms the presence of anomalous Rabi oscillations in graphene.
Volume 83 Issue 4 October 2014 pp 597-617 Research Articles
Coherent nonlinear electromagnetic response in twisted bilayer and few-layer graphene
Vipin Kumar Enamullah Upendra Kumar Girish S Setlur
The phenomenon of Rabi oscillations far from resonance is described in bilayer and few-layer graphene. These oscillations in the population and polarization at the Dirac point in 𝑛-layer graphene are seen in the nth harmonic termin the external driving frequency. The underlying reason behind these oscillations is attributable to the pseudospin degree of freedom possessed by all these systems. Conventional Rabi oscillations, which occur only near resonance, are seen in multiple harmonics in multilayer graphene. However, the experimentally measurable current density exhibits anomalous behaviour only in the first harmonic in all the graphene systems. A fully numerical solution of the optical Bloch equations is in complete agreement with the analytical results, thereby justifying the approximation schemes used in the latter. The same phenomena are also described in twisted bilayer graphene with and without an electric potential difference between the layers. It is found that the anomalous Rabi frequency is strongly dependent on twist angle for weak applied fields – a feature absent in single-layer graphene, whereas the conventional Rabi frequency is relatively independent of the twist angle.
Volume 96 All articles Published: 8 September 2022 Article ID 0172 Research Article
Results on Hilfer fractional switched dynamical system with non-instantaneous impulses
VIPIN KUMAR MUSLIM MALIK DUMITRU BALEANU
This paper concerns with the existence, uniqueness, Ulam’s Hyer (UH) stability and total controllability results for the Hilfer fractional switched impulsive systems in finite-dimensional spaces. Mainly, this paper can be divided into three parts. In the first part, we examine the existence of a unique solution. In the second part, we establish the UH stability results, and in the third part, we study the total controllability results. The main outcomes are acquired by utilising the nonlinear analysis, fractional calculus,Mittag–Leffler function and Banach contraction principle. Finally, we have given two examples to validate the obtained analytical results.
Volume 97, 2023
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