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Sudip Gurung


Sudip Gurung is a Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Physics at Baylor University since January 2016. He has received the Graduate School Fellowship from Baylor University. He is a transfer student from (MS&T) Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO. He has completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He joined MS&T in Spring 2014. He was a Research Assistant in Linear Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics(MS&T) and is a co-author of 4 papers in Journal of Physics B: Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics. 

Sudip is interested in Nano-Optics, Plasmonics, Metamaterials and its application. Plasmonics is a promising new field of physics. It offers a simple and unique solution to the age old diffraction limit. Optical signals can be squeezed into miniscule wire using light to produce electron density wave called Plasmons. Plasmonics devices can be used to make ultrafast computing, improving the resolution of microscope, increase the sensitivity of chemical and biological sensors, cloaking (making object invisible to a certain spectrum of Electromagnetic radiation), efficient light emitting diodes, ultrathin variable focal length Lenses and Bio-Medical physics. Finally, he believes that any research work should have some kind of practical applications.

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  1. Separation of single- and two-center interference in ionization of H2 by proton impact TP Arthanayaka, S Sharma, BR Lamichhane, A Hasan, J Remolina, S Gurung, M Schulz, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 48 (2015) 139501
  2. S. J. B. Gurung and Dr. Raju Khanal,  Effect of Presheath Current Density on the Sheath Structure of Plasma, Himalayan Physics (2012)