Rohit Chatterjee

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Automated visual tracking of cells from video microscopy has many important biomedical applications. In this paper, we track human monocyte cells in a fluorescent microscopic video using matching and linking of bipartite graphs. Tracking of cells over a pair of frames is modeled as a maximum cardinality minimum weight matching problem for a bipartite graph(More)
Magnetophotonic crystal comprising electro-optical layer for controlling helicity of light Multimodal strong coupling of photonic crystal cavities of dissimilar size Appl. Highly modified spontaneous emissions in YVO4:Eu3+ inverse opal and refractive index sensing application Appl. High quality factor two dimensional GaN photonic crystal cavity membranes(More)
Automated visual tracking of cells from video microscopy has many important biomedical applications. In this paper, we model the problem of cell tracking over pairs of video microscopy image frames as a minimum weight matching problem in bipartite graphs. The bipartite matching essentially establishes one-to-one correspondences between the cells in(More)
—We describe and demonstrate nanomechanical near-field proximity perturbation for tuning the effective refractive index of silicon-based high-density photonic integrated circuits. The proximity perturbation technique causes an antisymmetric refractive index change in a directional-coupler implementation, enabling switching action from the cross to the bar(More)
We demonstrate an optical hitless bypass switch based on nanomechanical proximity perturbation for high-bitrate transparent networks. Embedded in a single-level pi-imbalanced Mach-Zehnder interferometer, the two nanomechanical-based Deltabeta-directional couplers permit broadband signal rerouting on-chip, while the selected wavelength remains unaffected at(More)
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