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  1. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “Signal enhancement in fluorescence microscopy by micro-second pulsed excitation”, Current Science, 110(5), 768-769 (2016).

  2. Debjit Roy, Dipankar Mondal, and Debabrata Goswami, “Structure and dynamics of optically directed self-assembly of nanoparticles”, Scientific Reports, 6, 23318 (2016).

  3. Dipankar Mondal, and Debabrata Goswami, “Precise Control and Measurement of Temperature with Femtosecond Optical Tweezers”, Biophysical Journal, 110, 500a (2016).

  4. Kamaljit Singh, Shafali Arora, Krishnandu Makhal, Paramjit Kaur and Debabrata Goswami, “Nonlinear absorption in tetrathia[22]porphyrin(2.1.2.1)s: visualizing strong reverse saturable absorption at non-resonant excitation”, RSC Advances, 6, 22659-22663 (2016).

  5. Dipankar Mondal and Debabrata Goswami, “Controlling local temperature in water using femtosecond optical tweezer”, Biomedical Express, 6(9), 3190-3196 (2015).

  6. Debjit Roy, Debabrata Goswami, Arijit Kumar De, “Exploring the physics of efficient optical trapping of dielectric nanoparticles with ultrafast pulsed excitation”, Applied Optics, 54(23), 7002-7006 (2015).

  7. Arijit Kumar De, Debjit Roy, Vivek Bansal, Aditya Gupta and Debabrata Goswami, “Enhanced Detection of Tissue Auto-Fluorescence by One-Photon Ultrafast Pulsed Illumination”, Current Science, 109(1), 21-22 (2015).

  8. Ajitesh Kumar, S. K. Karthick Kumar, Sumit Singhal and Debabrata Goswami, “Study of two xanthene dyes using spectrally resolved three pulse photon echo spectroscopy”, Current Science, 108(10), 1801-1803 (2015).

  9. A. Kumar and Debabrata Goswami, “Effect of Zinc substitution on the molecular dynamics of Protoporphyrin-IX”, Indian Journal of Physics, DOI: 10.1007/s12648-015-0689-5, 1-10 (2015).

  10. Debabrata Goswami, Dhiman Das, and Soumendra Nath Bandyopadhyay, “Resolution Enhancement through Microscopic Spatiotemporal Control”, Faraday Discussions, 177, 203-212 (2015).

  11. Debjit Roy, Dipankar Mondal, and Debabrata Goswami, “Elucidating Microscopic Structure and Dynamics in Optically Tweezed Environments”, Chemical Physics Letters (COVER ARTICLE), 621, 203-208 (2015).

  12. Sirshendu Dinda and Debabrata Goswami, “On the Generation and Control of Femtosecond Supercontinuum”, Science Letters, 4: 137 (2015).

  13. Sandeep Kumar Maurya and Debabrata Goswami, “Probing the very weak interaction in binary liquid with femtosecond two photon induced fluorescence”, Science Letters, 4: 136 (2015).

  14. Pardeep Kumar, Arbaz Khan, Debabrata Goswami, “Importance of Molecular Heat Convection in Time Resolved Thermal Lens Study of Highly Absorbing Samples”, Chemical Physics, 441, 5-10 (2014).

  15. Dipak Kumar Das, Krishnandu Makhal, Soumendra Nath Bandyopadhyay, and Debabrata Goswami, “Direct Observation of Coherent Oscillations in Solution due to Microheterogeneous Environment”, Scientific Reports 4, Article number: 6097 (2014).

  16. Pardeep Kumar and Debabrata Goswami, “Importance of Molecular Structure on the Thermophoresis of Binary Mixtures”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 118 (51), 14852–14859 (2014).

  17. Pardeep Kumar, Sirshendu Dindha, Atanu Chakraborty and Debabrata Goswami, “Unusual behaviour of thermal lens in alcohols”, Physical Chemistry Chemical Letters, 16, 12291-12298 (2014).

  18. Pardeep Kumar, Sirshendu Dinda, Debabrata Goswami, “Effect of Molecular Structural Isomers in Thermal Lens Spectroscopy”, Chemical Physics Letters (COVER ARTICLE), 601, 163–167 (2014).

  19. M. Roy, T. S. Kusurkar, S. K. Maurya, S. K. Meena, S. K. Singh, N. Sethy, K. Bhargava, R. K. Sharma, Debabrata Goswami, S. Sarkar, M. Das, “Graphene oxide from silk cocoon: a novel magnetic fluorophore for multi-photon imaging”, 3 Biotech., 4, 67-75 (2014).

  20. Indrajit Bhattacharyya, Pardeep Kumar, and Debabrata Goswami, “Effect of isotope substitution in binary liquids with Thermal-Lens Spectroscopy”, Chemical Physics Letters, 598, 35–38 (2014).

  21. Dipak Kumar Das, Krishnendu Makhal, Sumit Singhal, Debabrata Goswami, “Polarization induced control of multiple fluorescence from a molecule”, Chemical Physics Letters, 579, 45–50 (2013).

  22. Ajitesh Kumar, S.K. Karthick Kumar and Debabrata Goswami, “Spectrally resolved photon-echo spectroscopy of Rhodamine-6G”, Journal of Spectroscopy & Dynamics (COVER ARTICLE) 3: 2 (2013).

  23. T. Goswami, D.K. Das and Debabrata Goswami, “Controlling the femtosecond laser-driven transformation of dicyclopentadiene into cyclopentadiene”, Chemical Physics Letters (COVER ARTICLE), 558, 1-7 (2013).

  24. Tapas Goswami, Dipak K. Das, S. K. Karthick Kumar and Debabrata Goswami, “Chirp and polarization control of femtosecond molecular fragmentation”, Indian Journal of Physics, 86, 181-185 (2012).

  25. Debabrata Goswami and A. Nag, “Exploring control parameters of two photon processes in solutions”, Journal of Chemical Sciences, 124(1), 281-289 (2012).

  26. Jyotsana Gupta, C. Vijayan, Sandeep Kumar Maurya, and Debabrata Goswami, “Ultrafast nonlinear optical response of carbon nanotubes functionalized with water soluble porphyrin”, Optics Communications, 285(7), 1920-1924 (2012).

  27. Amit Nag and Debabrata Goswami, “Effect of linear chirp on femtosecond two-photon processes in solution”, Journal of Spectroscopy & Dynamics, 2: 11 (2012).

  28. Arijit Kumar De, Debjit Roy and Debabrata Goswami, “Selective two-photon fluorescence suppression by ultrafast pulse-pair excitation: control by selective one-color stimulated emission”, Journal of Biomedical Optics Letters, 16(10), 100505/1-100505/3 (2011).

  29. A.K. De and Debabrata Goswami, “Towards controlling molecular motions in fluorescence microscopy and optical trapping: a spatiotemporal approach”, International Reviews in Physical Chemistry, 30(3), 275299 (2011).

  30. Arijit Kumar De, Debjit Roy and Debabrata Goswami, “Two-photon fluorescence diagnostics of femtosecond laser tweezers”, Current Science, 101(7), 935-938 (2011).

  31. Jyotsana Gupta, Sandeep Kumar Maurya, Debabrata Goswami and C. Vijayan, “Efficient ultrafast optical limiting using single walled carbon nanotubes functionalized noncovalently with free base and metalloporphyrins”, Journal of Applied Physics, 109(11), 113101/1 - 113101/6 (2011).

  32. V. Chandrasekhar, M. D. Pandey, S. K. Maurya, P. Sen and Debabrata Goswami, “Two-photon absorption technique for selective detection of Cu2+ in aqueous solutions using a dansylpyrene conjugate”, Chemistry - An Asian Journal, 6(9), 2246-2250 (2011).

  33. Montu K. Hazra, Moitrayee Mukherjee, Debabrata Goswami, and Tapas Chakraborty, “Structure and hydrogen bond vibrations of the jet-cooled 1:1 complex between 7-azaindole and formamide: A laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy study”, Chemical Physics Letters, 503(4-6), 203–209 (2011).

  34. A. K. De, N. N. Mutyal, Debabrata Goswami, “Microscopic Probing of Two-photon Fluorescence for Cancer Diagnosis”, Current Science, 100(3), 294-296 (2011).

  35. I. Bhattacharyya, P. Kumar, Debabrata Goswami, “Probing Intermolecular Interaction through Thermal-Lens Spectroscopy”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 115(2), 262–268 (2011).

  36. A. K. De, D. Roy, Debabrata Goswami, “Fluorescence discrimination by tracing quantum interference in fluorescence microscopy”, Physical Review A. Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, 83, 015402 (2011).

  37. J. Gupta, C. Vijayan, S. K. Maurya and Debabrata Goswami, “An efficient nanocomposite based on carbon nanotubes functionalized with a fluorescent ink for ultrafast optical limiting”, Materials Letters, 65(5), 915917 (2011).

  38. D. Ray, A. Nag, A. Jana, Debabrata Goswami and P. K. Bharadwaj, “Coumarin derived chromophores in the donor-acceptor-donor format that gives fluorescence enhancement and large two-photon activity on presence of specific metal ions”, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 363(12), 2824-2832 (2010).

  39. T. Goswami, D. K. Das, Debabrata Goswami, “Towards Using Molecular Ions as Qubits: Femtosecond Control of Molecular Fragmentation with Multiple Knobs”, Pramana - Journal of Physics, 75(6) 1065-1069 (2010).

  40. A. K. De, D. Roy, Debabrata Goswami, “Selective suppression of two-photon molecular fluorescence in laser-scanning microscopy by ultrafast pulse-train excitation”, Journal of Biomedical Optics Letters, 15(6), 060502, 3 pages (2010).

  41. Amit Nag and Debabrata Goswami, “Polarization induced control of single and two-photon fluorescence”, Journal of Chemical Physics, 132(2), 154508 (2010).

  42. I. Bhattacharyya, A. Dutta, S. Ashtekar, S. K. Maurya, Debabrata Goswami, “Decoding coherent information in femtosecond shaped laser pulses”, Current Science, 99(4), 476-484 (2010).

  43. V. Chandrasekhar, R. Azhakar, B. Murugesapandian, T. Senapati, P. Bag, M. D. Pandey, S. K. Maurya, Debabrata Goswami, “Synthesis, structure, and two-photon absorption studies of a phosphorus-based tris-hydrazone ligand (S)P[N(Me)N=CH-C6H3-2-OH-4-N(CH2CH3)2)3] and its metal complexes”, Inorganic Chemistry, 49(9), 4008-4016 (2010).

  44. Arijit Kumar De, Debabrata Goswami, “Spatio-Temporal Control in Multiphoton Fluorescence Laser-Scanning Microscopy”, Biophysical Journal, 98(3) 586a (2010).

  45. A. K. De and Debabrata Goswami, “Fluorescence laser-scanning microscopy with one-photon ultrashort pulsed illumination”, Global Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 1(2), 130-133 (2010).

  46. Amit Nag, Prasad Chapekar, and Debabrata Goswami, “Applying Genetic Algorithm optimization to a folded geometry acousto-optic modulated spatial pulse shaper”, Reviews of Scientific Instruments, 81, 013101/1 - 013101/9 (2010).

  47. T. Goswami, S.K. Karthick Kumar, A. Dutta and Debabrata Goswami, “Probing the ultrafast solution dynamics of a cyanine dye in DCM solvent interfaced with water”, Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 113(51), 16332–16336 (2009).

  48. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “Ultrafast pulse pair induced control in multiphoton fluorescence imaging”, Journal of Biomedical Optics, 14(6), 064018/1 - 064018/5 (2009).

  49. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “Controlling molecular fluorescence in laser-scanning microscopy”, European Biophysics Journal, 38(S 1), S71 (2009).

  50. Arijit Kumar De, Debjit Roy, and Debabrata Goswami, “Stable Optical Trapping of Latex Nanoparticles with Ultrashort Pulsed Illumination”, Applied Optics, 48(31) G33-G37 (2009).

  51. Amit Nag and Debabrata Goswami, “Solvent effect on Two-Photon Absorption and Fluorescence of Rhodamine dyes”, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, 206(2-3), 188-197 (2009).

  52. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “A simple twist for signal enhancement in non-linear optical microscopy”, Journal of Microscopy, Rapid Publication, 235(2), 119-123 (2009).

  53. S.K. Karthick Kumar, T. Goswami, A. Kumar, and Debabrata Goswami, “Spectrally resolved femtosecond photon echo spectroscopy of Rhodamine dyes and metallo-porphyrins”, Chemical Physics Letters, 476(1-3), 3136 (2009).

  54. S.K. Karthick Kumar, T. Goswami, I. Bhattacharya and Debabrata Goswami, “Visible 20-femtosecond pulse generation by double pass non-collinear optical parametric amplifier (NOPA)”, Current Science, 96(11), 1496-1500 (2009).

  55. Tapas Goswami, S.K. Karthick Kumar, Aveek Dutta, and Debabrata Goswami, “Control of laser induced molecular fragmentation of n-propyl benzene using chirped femtosecond laser pulses”, Chemical Physics, 360(1-3), 47–52 (2009).

  56. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “A systematic study of fluorescence enhancement under single-photon pulsed illumination”, Journal of Fluorescence: Rapid Comm., 19(5), 931-937 (2009).

  57. Amit Nag, Arijit Kumar De, Debabrata Goswami, “Two-photon cross section measurements using an optical chopper: z-scan and two-photon fluorescence schemes”, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, 42, 065103 (2009).

  58. A.K. De and Debabrata Goswami, “Exploring the Nature of Photo-Damage in Two-Photon Excitation by Fluorescence Intensity Modulation”, Journal of Fluorescence, 19(2), 381-386 (2009).

  59. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “Adding new dimensions to laser-scanning fluorescence microscopy”, J. Microscopy, 233(2), 320-325 (2009).

  60. Indrajit Bhattacharyya, Shekhar Priyadarshi, and Debabrata Goswami, “Molecular structure-property correlations from optical nonlinearity and thermal-relaxation dynamics”, Chem. Phys. Lett., 469(1-3), 104-109 (2009).

  61. D. Ray, A. Nag, Debabrata Goswami and P.K. Bharadwaj, “Acyclic donor-acceptor-donor chromophores for large enhancement of two-photon absorption cross section in presence of Mg(II), Ca(ll) or Zn(ll) ions”, Journal of Luminescence, 129(3), 256–262 (2009).

  62. A.K. De, D. Roy, B. Saha, and Debabrata Goswami, “A simple method for constructing and calibrating an optical tweezer”, Curr. Sci., 95(6), 723-724 (2008).

  63. A. Jana, S. Y. Jang, J.-Y. Shin, A. Kumar De, Debabrata Goswami, D. Kim, P. K. Bharadwaj, “Attachment of Different Donor Groups to a Cryptand for Modulation of Two-Photon Absorption Cross-Section”, Chemistry—A European Journal, 14(34):10628-38 (2008).

  64. Prathyush Samineni and Debabrata Goswami, “Coded Nano Scale Self Assembly”, Pramana—Journal of Physics, 71(6), 1345-1351 (2008).

  65. J.C. Davis, M.R. Fetterman, W.S. Warren and Debabrata Goswami, “Propagation of complex shaped ultrafast pulses in highly optically dense samples”, J. Chem. Phys., 128(15), 154312 (2008).

  66. A. Jana, A.K. De, A. Nag, Debabrata Goswami, P.K. Bharadwaj, “Diaza-18-crown-6 based chromophores for modulation of two-photon absorption cross-section by metal ions”, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 693, 1186-1194 (2008).

  67. S. Das, A. Nag, K. K. Sadhu, Debabrata Goswami, P. K. Bharadwaj, “Metal induced enhancement of fluorescence and modulation of two-photon absorption cross-section with a donor–acceptor–acceptor–donor receptor”, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 692, 4969-4977 (2007).

  68. Debabrata Goswami, “Probing Coherence Aspects of Adiabatic Quantum Computation and Control”, Journal of Chemical Physics, 127(12), 124305 (2007).

  69. A.K. De, U.S. Pawar, S.K.K. Kumar and Debabrata Goswami, “Modulation of Cross-correlation traces by pulse-shaping with spatial mask”, Current Science, 92(10), 1346-1349 (2007).

  70. Debabrata Goswami, “On the practicality of Adiabatic Quantum Computing with Optical Schemes”, International Journal of Quantum Information, 5(1-2) 179-188 (2007).

  71. R. Kumar, R. Misra, T. K. Chandrashekar, A. Nag, Debabrata Goswami, E. Suresh, C. H. Suresh, “One-Pot Synthesis of Core-Modified Rubyrin, Octaphyrin, and Dodecaphyrin: Characterization and Nonlinear Optical Properties”, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, 27, 4552–4562 (2007).

  72. Debabrata Goswami, “Erratum to “High sensitive measurements of absorption coefficient and optical nonlinearities" [Opt. Commun. 261 (2006) 158–162]”, Optics Communications, 278(E), (2007).

  73. R. Misra, R. Kumar, T. K. Chandrashekar, C. H. Suresh, A. Nag and Debabrata Goswami, “22π Smaragdyrin Molecular Conjugates with Aromatic Phenylacetylenes and Ferrocenes; Syntheses, Electrochemical and Photonic Properties”, Journal of The American Chemical Society, 128(50) 16083-16091 (2006).

  74. Amit Nag, Sherdeep Singh and Debabrata Goswami, “Structure property correlations in alcohols through two-photon absorption cross-section measurements”, Chemical Physics Letters, 430(4-6), 420–423 (2006).

  75. S. Dasgupta, T. Kushawaha, Debabrata Goswami, “Dependence of adiabatic population transfer on pulse profile”, Pramana—Journal of Physics, 66(6) 999-1015 (2006).

  76. Debabrata Goswami, “High sensitive measurements of absorption coefficient and optical nonlinearities”, Optics Communications, 261(1), 158-162 (2006).

  77. H. Rath, V. Prabhuraja, T. K. Chandrashekar, A. Nag, Debabrata Goswami, B. S. Joshi, “Aromatic core modified decaphyrins with the largest two-photon absorption cross-sections: Syntheses and characterization”, Organic Letters, 8(11) 2325-2328 (2006).

  78. S. Das, A. Nag, Debabrata Goswami and P.K. Bharadwaj, “Zinc(II)- and copper(I)-mediated large two-photon absorption cross sections in a bis-cinnamaldiminato Schiff base”, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 128(2), 402-403 (2006).

  79. R. Misra, R. Kumar, T. K. Chandrashekar, A. Nag, and Debabrata Goswami, “Modified (22π) smaragdyrins with large two-photon absorption cross section: A structure function correlation”, Organic Letters, 8(4), 629-631 (2006).

  80. Debabrata Goswami, “Multiphoton coherent control in complex systems”, Journal of Optics B, 7(10), S265– S269 (2005).

  81. Debabrata Goswami, “Adiabatic quantum computing with phase modulated laser pulses”, Journal of Physics A, 38(38), L615-L626 (2005).

  82. H. Rath, J. Sankar, V. P. Raja, T. K. Chandrashekar, A. Nag and Debabrata Goswami, “Core-modified expanded porphyrins with large third-order nonlinear optical response”, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127(33), 11608-11609 (2005).

  83. Debabrata Goswami, “Quantum Computation with Ultrafast Laser Pulse Shaping”, Resonance 10(6), 8-14 (2005).

  84. Alok Srivastava and Debabrata Goswami, “Polarization-induced modulation of a femtosecond nonlinear process”, Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics, 341(5-6), 523-526 (2005).

  85. Debabrata Goswami, “Optical Computing: 2. Research Trends”, Resonance 8(7), 8-21 (2003).

  86. Alok Srivastava and Debabrata Goswami, “Control of supercontinuum generation with polarization of incident laser pulses”, Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, 77(2-3), 325-328 (2003).

  87. Debabrata Goswami, “Optical pulse shaping approaches to coherent control”, Physics Reports, 374(6), 385481 (2003).

  88. Debabrata Goswami, “Optical Computing: 1. Optical Components and Storage Systems”, Resonance 8(6), 5671 (2003).

  89. Debabrata Goswami, “Decoherence Control in Quantum Computing with Simple Chirped Pulses”, Pramana—Journal of Physics, 59(2), 235-242 (2002).

  90. Debabrata Goswami, “Erratum: Laser phase modulation approaches towards ensemble quantum computing”, Physical Review Letters, 89(E), 279901 (2002).

  91. Debabrata Goswami, “Laser phase modulation approaches towards ensemble quantum computing”, Physical Review Letters, 88(17), 177901 (2002).

  92. Alok Sharan and Debabrata Goswami, “Prospects of ultrafast pulse shaping”, Current Science, 82(1), 30-37 (2002).

  93. M.R. Fetterman, J.C. Davis, H.-S. Tang, W. Yang, Debabrata Goswami, J.-K. Rhee and W.S. Warren, “Fast-frequency-hopping modulation and detection demonstration”, Journal of the Optical Society of America B, 18(9), 1372-1376 (2001).

  94. Weiguo Yang, Matthew R. Fetterman, Debabrata Goswami, and Warren S. Warren, “High-ratio electro-optical data compression for massive accessing networks using AOM-based ultrafast pulse shaping”, Journal of Optical Communications, 22(1), 15-18 (2001).

  95. S.A. Hosseini and Debabrata Goswami, “Coherent control of multiphoton transitions with femtosecond pulse shaping”, Physical Review A. Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, 64(3), 033410 (2001).

  96. Arvinder S. Sandhu, Sudeep Banerjee and Debabrata Goswami, “Suppression of supercontinuum generation with circularly polarized light”, Optics Communications, 181(1), 101-107 (2000).

  97. Boyd M. Goodson, Debabrata Goswami, Herschel Rabitz, and Warren S. Warren, “Driving wave packet recurrences with optimally modulated laser pulses”, Journal of Chemical Physics, 112(11), 5081-5090 (2000).

  98. M. Fetterman, J.C. Davis, Debabrata Goswami, W. Yang and W. S. Warren, “Propagation of complex laser pulses in optically dense media”, Physical Review Letters, 82(20), 3984-3987 (1999).

  99. Weiguo Yang, Feng Huang, Matthew R. Fetterman, Jennifer C. Davis, Debabrata Goswami, and Warren S. Warren, “Real-time adaptive amplitude feedback in an AOM-based ultrafast optical pulse shaping system”, IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 11(12), 1665-1667 (1999).

  100. Weiguo Yang, Dorine Keusters, Debabrata Goswami and Warren S. Warren, “Rapid ultrafine-tunable optical delay line at the 1.55-µm wavelength”, Optics Letters, 23(23), 1843-1845 (1998).

  101. M.R. Fetterman, Debabrata Goswami, D. Keusters, W. Yang, J.-K. Rhee, W.S. Warren, “Ultrafast pulse shaping: amplification and characterization”, Optics Express, 3(10), 366-375 (1998).

  102. Warren S. Warren, Debabrata Goswami, and Suzanne Mayr, “Laser enhanced NMR spectroscopy, revisited”, Molecular Physics, 93(3), 371-375 (1998).

  103. J. S. Melinger, Suketu R. Gandhi, A. Hariharan, Debabrata Goswami, and W. S. Warren, “Erratum: Adiabatic population transfer with frequency-swept laser pulses”, J. Chem. Phys., 102(E), 5574 (1995).

  104. Debabrata Goswami and Warren S. Warren, “Effects of Pulses with Simple Phase and Amplitude Modulations”, Physical Review A, 50(6), 5190 (1994).

  105. J. S. Melinger, Suketu R. Gandhi, A. Hariharan, Debabrata Goswami, and W. S. Warren, “Adiabatic population transfer with frequency-swept laser pulses”, Journal of Chemical Physics, 101(8), 6439-6454 (1994).

  106. C.W. Hillegas, J.X. Tull, Debabrata Goswami, D. Strickland, and W.S. Warren, “Femtosecond laser pulse shaping by use of microsecond radio-frequency pulses”, Optics Letters, 19(10), 737-739 (1994).

  107. Debabrata Goswami and Warren S. Warren, “Control of Chemical Dynamics by Restricting Intramolecular Vibrational Relaxation”, Journal of Chemical Physics, 99(6), 4509-4517 (1993).

  108. W. S. Warren, S. Mayr, Debabrata Goswami, and A. P. West, Jr., “Laser-enhanced NMR spectroscopy: Theoretical considerations—Response”, Science, 259(5096), 835-836 (1993).

  109. W. S. Warren, S. Mayr, Debabrata Goswami, and A. P. West, Jr., “Laser-enhanced NMR spectroscopy”, Science, 255(5052), 1683-1685 (1992).

  110. Debabrata Goswami, R.S. Sarpal, and S.K. Dogra, “Fluorescence Quenching of few Aromatic-Amines by Chlorinated Methanes”, Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 64(10), 3137-3141 (1991).

EDITORIALS & DISCUSSIONS


  1. Debabrata Goswami, “Editorial”, Journal of Spectroscopy & Dynamics (Special Hochstrasser Memorial Issue), 4(4) (2014).

  2. E. D. Jemmis, Sankarampadi Aravamudhan, Elangannan Arunan, Abhishek Shahi, Neil Hunt, Christoph Schnedermann, John R. Helliwell, Mike Ashfold, Himangshu Prabal Goswami, Artur Nenov, Volker Deckert, Priyadarshi Roy Chowdhury, Kenneth Ghiggino, R. J. Dwayne Miller, Debabrata Goswami, Wolfgang Junge, Judith Howard, Keisuke Tominaga, Tim Brandt van Driel, Martin Zanni, Siva Umapathy, Martin Meedom Nielsen, R. Pal and Shaul Mukamel, “Future challenges: general discussion”, Faraday Discussions, 177, 517-545, DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90019K (2015).

  3. Martin Zanni, E. D. Jemmis, Sankarampadi Aravamudhan, Elangannan Arunan, Neil Hunt, Sanghamitra Mukhopadhyay, Helena J. Shepherd, Srihari Keshavamurthy, Arend G. Dijkstra, Mike Ashfold, Himangshu Prabal Goswami, Artur Nenov, Himani Medhi, Kenneth Ghiggino, Kiran Moirangthem, R. J. Dwayne Miller, Debabrata Goswami, Siva Umapathy, John R. Helliwell, Jonathan D. Hirst, Stephen Meech, Shaul Mukamel, Biman Bagchi and Marylise Buron-Le Cointe, “Local and Global Dynamics: general discussion”, Faraday Discussions, 177, 381-403, DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90018B (2015).

  4. Martin Zanni, Jemmis E D, Sankarampadi Aravamudhan, Anuradha Pallipurath, Elangannan Arunan, Christoph Schnedermann, Ashok Kumar Mishra, Mark Warren, Jonathan D. Hirst, Franklin John, R. Pal, John R. Helliwell, Kiran Moirangthem, Shamik Chakraborty, Arend G. Dijkstra, Priyadarshi Roy Chowdhury, Kenneth Ghiggino, R J Dwayne Miller, Stephen Meech, Himani Medhi, Mahesh Hariharan, Freek Ariese, Alison Edwards, Ajith R. Mallia, Siva Umapathy, Martin Meedom Nielsen, Neil Hunt, Zhen-Yu Tian, Jonathan Skelton, Gopinathan Sankar and Debabrata Goswami, “Time and Space resolved Methods: general discussions”, Faraday Discussions, 177, 263-292, DOI: 10.1039/c5fd90017d (2015).

  5. Kunal Dhoke, Martin Zanni, Upendra Harbola, Ravi Kumar Venkatraman, Elangannan Arunan, King-Chuen Lin, Artur Nenov, Jonathan Skelton, R J Dwayne Miller, Jonathan D. Hirst, Vincenzo Aquilanti, John R. Helliwell, Srihari Keshavamurthy, Sai Ramesh, Mike Ashfold, Anuradha Pallipurath, Priyadarshi Roy Chowdhury, Sanghamitra Mukhopadhyay, Jemmis E D, Himani Medhi, Debabrata Goswami, Prasenjit Halder, Wolfgang Junge, Mahesh Hariharan, Santosh Kumar Singh, Siva Umapathy, Adithya Lakshmannam, Martin Meedom Nielsen, Sankarampadi Aravamudhan, Volker Deckert, Kenneth Ghiggino, Keisuke Tominaga and Alison Edwards, “Dynamics of chemical bond: general discussions”, Faraday Discussions, 177, 121-154, DOI: 10.1039/C5FD90016F (2015).

  6. Debabrata Goswami, “Preface”, pp. vii-viii, Editor: D. Goswami, “Quantum Computing: Back Action”, AIP Proceedings 864, AIP Press, New York, USA, 294 pages, Dec. 2006.


CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS


  1. Dipankar Mondal, Debjit Roy and Debabrata Goswami, “Spatiotemporal control of energy transfer in optically trapped systems”, International Young Scientists Forum on Applied Physics (YSF-2015), September 29 – October 2, 2015, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, 978-1-4673-6977-0/15, IEEE Xplore, Pages: 1 - 4, DOI: 10.1109/YSF.2015.7333207 (2015).

  2. Sumit Singhal and Debabrata Goswami, “Importance of Hydrogen Bonding in Thermal Lens Study of Highly Absorbing Liquids”, Frontiers in Optics: The 99th OSA Annual Meeting and Exhibit/Laser Science XXXI (FiO), Fairmont San Jose Hotel from October 18-22, 2015 in San Jose, California, USA.

  3. Dipankar Mondal and Debabrata Goswami, “Calibration of femtosecond optical tweezer as a sensitive thermometer”, SPIE Proc. 9548, 95481N-95481N-4 (2015).

  4. Debabrata Goswami, Pardeep Kumar, “Measurement Constraints in Laser Based Thermal Lens Experiments”, SPIE Proc. 9654, 965406-965406-7 (2015).

  5. Dipankar Mondal and Debabrata Goswami, “Controlling the effect on solvent by resonant excitation in femtosecond optical tweezer”, Optical Trapping Applications (OTA) 2015, Optical Manipulation Applications III (OtT4E), paper OtT4E.3, OSA Technical Digest (online) (2015).

  6. Debabrata Goswami, “Highly Nonlinear Femtosecond Processes in Liquid Phase: Water Cluster Raman Spectra and Microheterogeneity Induced Coherent Oscillations”, International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics (PHOTONICS-2014), 1-3 (2014). OSA Technical Digest (online) paper: T4C.2 (2014).

  7. Debabrata Goswami, Debjit Roy and Arijit Kumar De, “Fluorescence advantages with microscopic spatiotemporal control”, SPIE Proc. 8573, 857302- 857302-9 (2013).

  8. Debabrata Goswami and A. Bose, “Insignificance of Relative Time delay between Photons for an Ultrafast Two-photon Process”, International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics (PHOTONICS-2012), 1-3 (2012); International Conference on Fibre Optics and Photonics (Photonics) 2012 paper: W1B.2, OSA Technical Digest (online) (2012).

  9. Sandeep Kumar Maurya, Sumit Singhal and Debabrata Goswami, “Study of self-defocusing in liquids using single beam Z-scan with High repetition rate laser pulses”, International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics (PHOTONICS-2012), 1-3 (2012); International Conference on Fibre Optics and Photonics (Photonics) 2012 paper: TPo.44, OSA Technical Digest (online) (2012).

  10. D. Goswami, T. Goswami, and D. K. Das, “Towards Using Molecular States as Qubits”, AIP Conf. Proc., 1384, 251-253 (2011).

  11. Dipak Kumar Das, Tapas Goswami, Debabrata Goswami, “Control of femtosecond laser driven retro-Diels-Alder-like reaction of dicyclopentadiene”, SPIE Proc. 8173, 81730O (2011).

  12. Ajitesh Kumar, S.K. Karthick Kumar, Aditya Gupta and Debabrata Goswami, “Spectrally Resolved Femtosecond Photon Echo Spectroscopy of Astaxanthin”, SPIE Proc. 8173, 817325 (2011).

  13. Debjit Roy, Arijit Kumar Roy, and Debabrata Goswami, “Polarization Modulated Ultrafast Pulse-Pair Control in Two-Photon Fluorescence Laser Scanning Microscopy”, Frontiers in Optics (FiO) 2011, Laser Science (LS), OSA Technical Digest, paper JWA3 (2011).

  14. Pardeep Kumar, Indrajit Bhattacharyya, Debabrata Goswami, “Thermal-Lens Spectroscopy in Binary Liquids Mixtures: Effect of Isotope Substitution”, OSA Frontiers in Optics 2011, Laser Science (LS) 2011 paper: JTuA25, OSA Technical Digest, Oct.18, Exhibit Hall (Fairmont), San Jose, California, Oct. 16-20 (2011).

  15. Debabrata Goswami, “Femtosecond Spatiotemporal Control with Multiple Knobs”, Invited Speaker at the Joint CLEO/QELS Symposium on Quantum Control, CLEO-2010, McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, May 1621 (2010); Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference (QELS) 2010 paper: JThF1, OSA Technical Digest CD, 2010.

  16. Arijit Kumar De, Debjit Roy and Debabrata Goswami, “Spatio-temporal control in multiphoton fluorescence laser-scanning microscopy”, SPIE Proc. 7569, 756972/1 - 756972/6 (2010).

  17. A. K. De, D. Roy, and D. Goswami, “Towards Stable trapping of single macromolecules in solution”, Optical Trapping and Optical Micromanipulation VII, SPIE Proc. 7762, 776203 (2010).

  18. I. Bhattacharyya, P. Kumar, D. Goswami, “Thermal lens spectroscopy in binary liquid mixtures”, OSA Frontiers in Optics 2010, FWXI, Rochester Riverside Convention Center, Rochester, N.Y, Oct. 24-28 (2010).

  19. D. Roy, A.K. De and Debabrata Goswami, “Towards spatio-temporal control in optical trapping”, SPIE Proc. 7400, 74000G, 7 pages, (2009).

  20. Arijit Kumar De and Debabrata Goswami, “Three-dimensional image formation under single-photon ultra-short pulsed illumination”, SPIE Proc. 7378, 737827 (2009).

  21. A. K. De and D. Goswami, “Coherent control in multiphoton fluorescence imaging”, SPIE Proc. 7183, 71832B (2009).

  22. Amit Nag, Arijit Kumar De, Debabrata Goswami, “A Sensitive Technique for Two-Photon Absorption Measurements: Towards Higher Resolution Microscopy”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 80, 012034 (2007).

  23. S.K. Karthick Kumar and D. Goswami, “Time Comb Pulses through Ultrafast Pulse Shaping”, Session: THz Generation and Material Probing, Controlling Light with Light: Phtorefractive Effects, Photosensitivity, Fiber Grating, Photonic Materials, and More (PR) 2007, paper MB61, OSA Technical Digest (CD), ISBN: 1-55752-8489, Olympic Valley, CA, USA, Oct. 14 – 16 (2007).

  24. P.A. Kurian, C. Vijayan, A. Nag and D. Goswami, “Nonlinear optical properties of free standing films of PbS quantum dots in the nonresonant femtosecond regime”, SPIE Proc. 6639, 66390M (2007).

  25. D. Goswami, “Adiabatic Quantum Computation: Coherent Control Back Action”, Quantum Computation Back Action 2006, AIP Proceedings 864, AIP Press, New York (2006) pp273-294.

  26. Debabrata Goswami, “Ensemble CNOT gate with ultrafast pulse shaping”, Session: Quantum Computing, 2002 OSA Annual Meeting/ILS-XVIII, Hyatt Orlando, Orlando, Florida, September 29 – October 3 (2002).

  27. Alok Srivastava, Alok Sharan, Debabrata Goswami, “Implementation of Quantum Computing over Optical Communication Networks”, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on High Performance Computing (HPC Asia 2002), Bangalore, India, pp. 275-280, Dec. 18-21 (2002).

  28. Debabrata Goswami and E.W. Castner, Jr., “Ultrafast Photophysics and Photochemistry in Solution”, Indian Journal of Chemistry A, 41, 129 (2002).

  29. S.A. Hosseini, A. Sharan, and D. Goswami, “Novel Femtosecond Setup for High Sensitive Absorption Coefficient and Optical Nonlinearities Measurements”, Nonlinear Optics: Materials, Fundamentals and Applications (NLO) 2002, Session: THz Generation and Material Probing, 2002 Nonlinear Optics, Wailea, Maui, Hawaii, July 29 –August 3, 2002, paper: MB4 OSA Trends in Optics and Photonics (2002).

  30. S.A. Hosseini, A. Sharan and Debabrata Goswami, “Femtosecond z-scan spectra of water—some surprising results”, 2001 OSA Annual Meeting/ILS-XVII, TuD, Long Beach Convention Center, Long Beach, CA, USA, October 14-18 (2001).

  31. Syed Abbas Hosseini and Debabrata Goswami, “Multiphoton control with ultrafast pulse shaping”, International Conference on Quantum Information, PA29, University of Rochester, June 13-16 (2001).

  32. A.S. Sandhu, S. Banerjee, D. Goswami, “Femtosecond continuum: Polarization induced control”, 2000 OSA Annual Meeting/ILS-XVI, TuAA, Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, RI, USA, October 22-26 (2000).

  33. S. Banerjee, A.S. Sandhu, and D. Goswami, “Polarization Induced Efficiency Variations in Femtosecond Supercontinuum Generation”, OSA Annual Meeting (Post Deadline Paper), Santa Clara, CA, USA, September 26-30 (1999).

  34. Jennifer C. Davis, Matthew R. Fetterman, Debabrata Goswami, Weiguo Yang, Dorine Keusters and Warren S. Warren, “Altering excitation dynamics in optically dense media using shaped ultrafast laser pulses”, IQEC, Intl. Quantum Electronics Proc. (CLEO) 107-108 (1999). Quantum Electronics and Laser Science Conference (QELS) 1999 paper: QTuM7, OSA Technical Digest (1999).

  35. M.R. Fetterman, J.C. Davis, H.-S. Tan, W. Yang, D. Goswami, J.-K. Rhee, and W.S. Warren, “Demonstration of a communication protocol based on wavelength-time modulation and detection of ultrafast laser pulses”, OSA Annual Meeting, WLL140, Santa Clara, CA, USA, September 26-30 (1999).

  36. Mathew Fetterman, Debabrata Goswami, Jennifer Davis, Dorine Keusters, Weiguo Yang, June-Koo Rhee, and W.S. Warren, “Adiabatic Passage using Ultrafast Pulse Shaping”, OSA Annual Meeting, ThI5, Baltimore Convention Center, Maryland, USA, Oct. 4-9 (1998).

  37. Weigo Yang, Debabrata Goswami, Mathew Fetterman, and Warren S. Warren, “Fast Programmable Coherent Spectral Encoder for Femtosecond Optical Pulses”, OSA Annual Meeting, ThOO2, Baltimore Convention Center, Maryland, USA, Oct. 4-9 (1998).

  38. Weiguo Yang, Jennifer Davis, Debabrata Goswami, Matthew Fetterman, and Warren S. Warren, “Optical wavelength domain code-division multiplexing using an AOM-based ultrafast optical pulse shaping approach”, SPIE Proc. 3531, 80-87 (1998).

  39. Matthew Fetterman, Debabrata Goswami, Dorine Keusters, June-Koo Rhee, and Warren S. Warren, “Generation of amplified shaped pulses for highly adiabatic excitation”, Springer Series in Chemical Physics 63, 2426 (1998).

  40. W. Yang, D. Goswami and W.S. Warren, “Ultrafast optical communications using acousto-optic pulse shaping at 1550 nm”, Proc. 32nd Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, TP-4, pp. 618-619 (1998).

  41. M. Fetterman, D. Goswami, D. Keusters, W. S. Warren and X.-J. Zhang, “Shaping, Amplification and Characterization of Ultrafast Pulses”, Proc. 32nd Conf. on Information Sciences and Systems, TP-2, USA, Mar. 18-20 (1998).

  42. J. X. Tull, C. W. Hillegas, Debabrata Goswami, and W. S. Warren, “Molecular Pulse Shaping”, Ultrafast Phenomena IX, 1994 Technical Digest Series, 7, p. 553 (1994).


BOOKS


  1. Vishal Sahni and Debabrata Goswami, Nanocomputing, The power of computing, ISBN-13: 9780070248922, McGraw-Hill India, New Delhi, 174 pages, July 2008.

  2. Editor: D. Goswami, “Quantum Computing: Back Action”, AIP Proceedings 864, AIP Press, New York, USA, 294 pages, Dec. 2006.

  3. Debabrata Goswami, “Control of Chemical Dynamics Using Arbitrary Shaped Optical Pulses and Laser-Enhanced NMR Spectroscopy”, PhD. Thesis, (Princeton University, 1994).


BOOK Chapters


  1. Debabrata Goswami, “Lasers and their Applications”, Light and Its Many Wonders, Chapter 7, Editor: A.K. Ghatak, Viva Publishers, New Delhi, India (2015).

  2. Amartya Bose and Debabrata Goswami, “Investigating the science of few-cycle pulses on simple model systems”, Advances in Laser Physics and Technology, Chapter 3, pp.37-52, Editor: Man Mohan et al, Cambridge University Press, New Delhi, India (2015).

  3. Debabrata Goswami, “Quantum Distributed Computing Applied to Grover's Search Algorithm”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, C.S. Calude et al. (Eds.): (Gruska Festschrift) 8808, 192–199 (2014).

  4. T. Goswami and D. Goswami, “Hot Chemistry with Cold Molecules”, Laser Pulse Phenomena and Applications, pp.371-388, Editor: F. J. Duarte, InTech Publishers, Vienna (December, 2010).

  5. Debabrata Goswami and W.S. Warren, “Control of Chemical Dynamics with Lasers”, Lasers in Chemistry, vol.2, pp.1057-1072, Editor: Maximilian Lackner, Wiley-VCH, NY USA (2008).

  6. Debabrata Goswami, “Laser Enhanced Spectroscopy and Coherent Control”, Lasers in Chemistry, vol.1, pp.439-461, Editor: Maximilian Lackner, Wiley-VCH, NY USA (2008).

  7. S.K. Karthick Kumar and Debabrata Goswami, “Ultrafast Pulse Shaping Developments for Quantum Computation”, Current Topics in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte Ltd. Singapore, 133-142 (2007).

  8. D. Goswami, “Ultrafast pulse shaping: Applications in microscopy, molecular control and computing”, Directions: Reach Symposium 2007, 8(2), 124-128 (2007).

  9. Debabrata Goswami, “Single Experimental Setup for High Sensitive Absorption Coefficient and Optical Nonlinearities Measurements”, Lasers and Electro-Optics Research at the Cutting Edge (ISBN: 1-60021-1941), Editor: S.B. Larkin, Nova Publishers, NY USA, pp.43-61 (2006).

  10. Debabrata Goswami, “Scalability in Ensemble Quantum Computing with Phase Modulated Laser Pulses”, Quantum Information, Computation and Communication (ISBN: 81-8424-064-3), Allied Publishers, New Delhi, 2006, pp. 99-110.

  11. Debabrata Goswami, “Ultrafast Pulse Shaping and its Applications”, Frontiers in Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics, 3, 389 (2003).

  12. Debabrata Goswami and A.S. Sandhu, “Modern Perspective on Coherent Control”, Advances in Multiphoton Processes and Spectroscopy, editors: S.H. Lin, A.A. Villaeys, & Y. Fujimura, World-Scientific, Singapore, 13, 131 (2001).


PATENTS


  1. Mohit Sinha and Debabrata Goswami, “System and Method for Improved Coherent Pulsed Communication System having Spectrally Shaped Pulses”, US Patent 7587143, Sept. 8, 2009.

  2. “Optical enhancement of two-photon absorption process”, Patent Application No. 704/DEL/2008; Filed: 19-03-2008, Inventors’ Name: Dr. D. Goswami, Chemistry, and students Sumit Ashtekar, M.Sc. & Amit Nag, Graduate Student, Chemistry Dept., Indian Pat. Appl. (2009), IN 2008DE00704 A 20091002.



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