Author: GUO Naifei |
On December 7, foreign expert Srinivasa Rao Konda from the GPL Photonics Laboratory of CIOMP gave a talk entitled "High order harmonic generation from plasma plumes of silver and Ni CsPbBr3 2D nanocrystals and Terahertz time domain spectroscopy of MAPbBr3 and MAPbI3 single crystals". The International Cooperation Office of CIOMP and the GPL Photonics Laboratory sent invitations to all employees and students of the institute to attend Konda’s talk.
Dr. Srinivasa Rao Konda until now published 52 influential peer-reviewed papers and 1 monograph in his research carrier. In addition, he has served as a reviewer for several journals, including “Symmetry”, “OSA Continuum”, “Journal of Chemical engineering”, “Journal of Nanoparticle Research”, “Coatings”, “SN Applied Sciences”, “Scholarly Journals”, and “American journal of Ophthalmology-Glaucoma”, etc. Moreover, he served as a member of the editorial board of “Global Journal of Astronomy and Applied Physics”, “International Journal of Physics Research and Applications”, and “American Journal of Optics and Photonics”. In 2016, Dr. Konda won the Indian Laser Association “Best Thesis Award” in National Laser Symposium -25, held at KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India.
Dr. Konda Currently works in GPL Photonics Laboratory and his research work is focused on simultaneous generation of higher order harmonics and terahertz generation from novel materials. Also, he built the terahertz generation and detection scheme in GPL and working on THz time domain spectroscopy of newly synthesized materials to find their nonlinear refraction index, absorption coefficients and dielectric properties.
In this talk, Dr. Konda presented that the high harmonic generation (HHG) from gases, solids, and laser-induced plasma plumes (LIPs) have attracted researchers' great attention due to their application in attosecond physics and nonlinear spectroscopy. The harmonics intensities and cut-off were significantly affected by different materials. The enhancement of higher-order harmonics from intentionally designed two-dimensional (2D) nanocrystals was shown in the GPL laboratory.
After the talk, participants had a warm discussion with Dr. Konda. In the future, the International Cooperation Office will hold more CHANGGUANG International Forums to speed up the international process of CIOMP.