Dalip Singh Mehta
Dalip Singh Mehta
Department of physics, Instrument Design Development centre, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
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A review on the light extraction techniques in organic electroluminescent devices
K Saxena, VK Jain, DS Mehta
Optical Materials 32 (1), 221-233, 2009
Enhanced photoluminescence in gold nanoparticles doped ferroelectric liquid crystals
A Kumar, J Prakash, DS Mehta, AM Biradar, W Haase
Applied Physics Letters 95 (2), 023117, 2009
Nonvolatile memory effect based on gold nanoparticles doped ferroelectric liquid crystal
J Prakash, A Choudhary, A Kumar, DS Mehta, AM Biradar
Applied Physics Letters 93 (11), 112904, 2008
Laser speckle reduction by multimode optical fiber bundle with combined temporal, spatial, and angular diversity
DS Mehta, DN Naik, RK Singh, M Takeda
Applied optics 51 (12), 1894-1904, 2012
Efficiency enhancement of organic light emitting diode via surface energy transfer between exciton and surface plasmon
A Kumar, R Srivastava, P Tyagi, DS Mehta, MN Kamalasanan
Organic Electronics 13 (1), 159-165, 2012
Effect of carbon nanotubes on response time of ferroelectric liquid crystals
J Prakash, A Choudhary, DS Mehta, AM Biradar
Physical Review E 80 (1), 012701, 2009
Fingerprint detection using full-field swept-source optical coherence tomography
SK Dubey, T Anna, C Shakher, DS Mehta
Applied Physics Letters 91 (18), 181106, 2007
Quantitative phase imaging of human red blood cells using phase-shifting white light interference microscopy with colour fringe analysis
D Singh Mehta, V Srivastava
Applied Physics Letters 101 (20), 203701, 2012
Surface plasmon enhanced blue organic light emitting diode with nearly 100% fluorescence efficiency
A Kumar, R Srivastava, DS Mehta, MN Kamalasanan
Organic Electronics 13 (9), 1750-1755, 2012
Simultaneous topography and tomography of latent fingerprints using full-field swept-source optical coherence tomography
SK Dubey, DS Mehta, A Anand, C Shakher
Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 10 (1), 015307, 2008
Quantitative phase imaging of biological cells using spatially low and temporally high coherent light source
A Ahmad, V Dubey, G Singh, V Singh, DS Mehta
Optics letters 41 (7), 1554-1557, 2016
Enhancement of light extraction efficiency of organic light emitting diodes using nanostructured indium tin oxide
A Kumar, R Srivastava, MN Kamalasanan, DS Mehta
Optics letters 37 (4), 575-577, 2012
Implementation of anti-reflection coating to enhance light out-coupling in organic light-emitting devices
K Saxena, DS Mehta, VK Rai, R Srivastava, G Chauhan, ...
Journal of Luminescence 128 (3), 525-530, 2008
Multispectral quantitative phase imaging of human red blood cells using inexpensive narrowband multicolor LEDs
V Dubey, G Singh, V Singh, A Ahmad, DS Mehta
Applied optics 55 (10), 2521-2525, 2016
Ultra-short longitudinal spatial coherence length of laser light with the combined effect of spatial, angular, and temporal diversity
A Ahmad, V Srivastava, V Dubey, DS Mehta
Applied Physics Letters 106 (9), 093701, 2015
Spectral changes due to source correlation in Young's interference experiment
HC Kandpal, JS Vaishya, M Chander, K Saxena, DS Mehta, KC Joshi
Physics Letters A 167 (2), 114-119, 1992
Intensity distribution across a source from spectral measurements
HC Kandpal, JS Vaishya, K Saxena, DS Mehta, KC Joshi
Journal of Modern Optics 42 (2), 455-464, 1995
Sinusoidal fringe projection system based on compact and non-mechanical scanning low-coherence Michelson interferometer for three-dimensional shape measurement
T Anna, SK Dubey, C Shakher, A Roy, DS Mehta
Optics Communications 282 (7), 1237-1242, 2009
Simple multifrequency and phase-shifting fringe-projection system based on two-wavelength lateral shearing interferometry for three-dimensional profilometry
DS Mehta, SK Dubey, MM Hossain, C Shakher
Applied optics 44 (35), 7515-7521, 2005
Optical tweezers as sub-pico-newton force transducers
CC Huang, CF Wang, DS Mehta, A Chiou
Optics Communications 195 (1-4), 41-48, 2001
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