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    that intrigued me most in your university are Electronics and Photonics. For graduate study USA is my first choice for obvious reasons. I feel a PhD degree from this country will broaden my ken to its true potential. In addition, University of California at Santa Barbara has highly modern and state of the art laboratory facilities on the areas that intrigue me most. The areas where I am confident to be beneficial are electronics, photonics and micro fabrication. I am particularly interested in Electronics and Photonics. If asked about my other interested areas, I would like to name computer engineering specially nanotechnology. I believe with the use of my analytical skill and patience I can carry out useful researches in these areas. I know that career in research and academics requires a high level of aptitude, unwavering commitment and a lot of sacrifice. I also believe that I would meet all of the mentioned qualities and would try to be an asset to your prestigious university. The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in your university possesses several modern laboratories that attracted me most. Among them the research work of Optical Communications and Photonic Networks Group mostly attracted my interest. Their research work and publications on Indium Phosphide Photonic Integrated Circuits enthralled me. Beside this the Optoelectronics Research Lab are also doing some valuable work on Silicon Photonics, Laser, Photovoltaics, Low Dimensional…

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    Photonics Importance

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    Photonics play a significant role by improving the different kinds of applications that are used in an increasing number of fields. It provides a better and unique solutions which create a better world for us to live in, whereby the technologies today are improving in terms of speed, capacity and accuracy. It shows us the importance of the impact of photonics in our daily lives. As we know lights are very important in our daily lives whereby everyone uses it every day. Without light, we will be…

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    Light As Pesticide Essay

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    lights • Photonic fence • Light shield Solar pest control: This is a device which was developed to help the farmers who struggle to control the fruits borers which are present wherever eggplant (Brinjal) is grown. This device also helps control from white flies which are present in Jasmine grown farms. These pests cause damage to the shoots of the eggplants and the jasmine crops. This device used the UV rays of the sun which are known to have toxic effects to drive away the fruit borers and…

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    Cooper Boundaries

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    rapidly in response to temperature and pressure changes. They typically have a density, viscosity, and diffusivity (a substance’s ability to diffuse) that is in-between gases and liquids. Supercritical fluids have no surface tension, and are miscible. Photonic matter is just as it sounds: matter composed of photons. Unlike all the previously-mentioned nonclassical states of matter, photonic matter occurs naturally in sunlight without human intervention. Because photons have so much energy, they…

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    On his way out of the Founders’ Day awards ceremony, Dr. Shin-Tson Wu, pegasus professor of the College of Optics and Photonics at UCF, was congratulated by numerous colleagues for his recognition and awards he received at the ceremony. With a big smile and a lot of humility, he graciously accepted the congratulations. “I want to thank God and my family for their support, my students for their creative work and UCF for such a great opportunity,” Wu said. Wu was one of the many faculty, staff…

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    Brain Initiative Essay

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    brain injury. The Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX) effort will develop “human-ready” implantable electronic microsystems that interact with sensory and motor nerves, which will allow amputees to feel with their prosthetic limb through sensory feedback as well as gain advanced limb control (Fact). Systems-Based Neurotechnology for Emerging Therapies, SUBNETS, has the goal of demonstrating the first set of closed-loop medical devices able to measure and modulate networks of…

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    (carried at central wavelength =530 nm and FWHM of instantaneous intensity (380as), Fig. 1b). This is a new tool in the science of light that combines the energy range and the power of few-cycle pulses and the temporal resolution of a EUV attosecond pulses. The ability to control the field of the OAP offers direct drive and control of bound electrons motion in atoms, molecules, and nanostructures with attosecond precision. I have used the field-controlled OAP to reveal the nonlinear response…

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    Crazy Fact Research Paper

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    the higher the quantity of light, we absorb, the more our intake of oxygen increases. Biophotonic emissions are nothing more than weak electromagnetic waves. They can be emitted by celestial bodies, organic life-forms etc. For example, the sun generates a combination of electromagnetic waves, ranging from infrared to ultraviolet. Make no mistake, there are countless forms of light, but none could exist without the bio-electromagnetic force that drives them. The light, which propels all others,…

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    The Rhine research is a study to see if organisms give off ultraviolet light which is used to move information between cells and organisms. The ultraviolet light is energy that could be a part of ESP experiences in humans. They would like to find out more about bio photonic and to see if self healing can be effectively self taught. This site also talks about an OBE experiment. It is a pilot designed to see if there is any physical indicators that can be measured by scientific equipment when an…

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    Fiber Optic Sensor Essay

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    detection of pollutants in soil, water, air with biological sensors which has attracted interest as these facts are directly related to human health. Plus these sensors averted the need of setting up a lab and gathering samples for investigation which is expensive, time consuming and invasive. High sensitivity, minimum weight and large bandwidth makes fiber optic sensors the optimum photonic devise in radiative environment like nuclear power plants, where there is a need of evaluation and…

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