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सीएसआईआर-केंद्रीय काँच एवं सिरामिक अनुसंधान संस्थान

CSIR-Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute

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Scientists ▸ Dr Atasi Pal
Dr Atasi Pal

Dr Atasi Pal

Principal Scientist

Fiber Optics and Photonics Division

Contact Information:

Phone: +91-33-24838083 (Ex. 3285)
Fax: +91-33-24730957
E-mail: atasi@cgcri.res.in

Dr Atasi Pal

Dr Pal joined CGCRI on 21st April, 2005 as Junior Scientist (Scientist B)

Professional Career

Institution Position Period
CSIR-CGCRI Principal Scientist April 2018 to Till Date
CSIR-CGCRI Senior Scientist April 2013 to March 2018
CSIR-CGCRI Scientist April 2009 to April 2013
CSIR-CGCRI Junior Scientist April 2005 to April 2009
CSIR-CGCRI Junior Research Fellow (CSIR/GATE) March 2004 - March 2005
IIT Kharagpur Junior Project Assistant June 2003 - February 2004


Degree Discipline University; Year
B.E. Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Jadavpur University, India in 2003
Ph.D. Measurement and Instrumentation School of Engineering and Mathematical Science, City University London, UK in 2013

Patent Filed / Granted

  1. Atasi Pal, Debasis Pal, Sourav Das Chowdhury and RanjanSen, “Air-cooled diode pumped all fiber CW/QCW thulium laser for operating wavelength of 1.94 µm,” Patent no. IN 201911001722 (2019)

Research Interest

  • CW, Short Pulsed and tunable fiber laser for industrial and medical applications
  • High power and high energy fiber laser and amplifier
  • Components for high power fiber laser
  • Specialty optical fiber, specifically Radiation Resistant and Polarization Maintaining (PM) optical fiber for sensing applications

Notable Research Contribution

  • Pilot laser module of Thulium fiber laser at 1.94 µm for Lithotripsy
  • Preclinical trial for COM stone fragmentation with clinical acceptable stone fragmentation size
  • Prototype module of high power Thulium fiber laser at 1.94 µm for soft tissue surgery
  • Award of ‘DAAD-Research Stay for University Academics and Scientists from India’ for two months to carry out the proposed research project on 2 µm fiber laser at Fiber Optics Group, Laser Zentrum Hannover, Germany.
  1. Debasis Pal, Aritra Paul, Nishant Kumar Shekhar, Sourav Das Chowdhury, Ranjan Sen, KabitaChatterjee, and Atasi Pal ‘COM Stone Dusting and Soft Tissue Ablation With Q-Switched Thulium Fiber Laser’ IEEE JOURNAL OF SELECTED TOPICS IN QUANTUM ELECTRONICS, VOL. 25, NO. 1, JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 [IF: 3.465]
  2. Debasis Pal, Aritra Paul, Sourav Das Chowdhury, Mrinmay Pal, Ranjan Sen, and Atasi Pal, “Hybrid pumped gain-switched thulium fiber laser at a high repetition rate,” Applied Optics, vol. 57 no.13, pp.3546-3550,2018 [IF: 1.598]
  3. Sourav Das Chowdhury, Atasi Pal, Sayan chatterjee, Ranjan Sen, and Mrinmay Pal “Diverse mode of operation of an all-normal-dispersion mode-locked fiber laser employing two nonlinear loop mirrors” Applied Optics, Vol. 57(5), pp. 1225 (February 2018) DOI: 10.1364/AO.57.001225 [IF: 1.598]
  4. Sourav Das Chowdhury, Atasi Pal, Debasis Pal, Sayan chatterjee, Mukul Paul, Ranjan Sen, and Mrinmay Pal, “High Repetition Rate Gain Switched 1.94 μm Fiber Laser Pumped by 1.56 μm Dissipative Soliton Resonance Fiber Laser” –Opt. Lett. Vol.42, No. 13 (July 1 2017).  F: 3.416
  5. Debasis Pal, Ranjan Sen and Atasi Pal “Design of all-fiber Thulium laser in CW and QCW mode of operation for medical use” – Phys. Status Solidi C, 1– 5 (14 Nov. 2016) DOI: 10.1002/pssc.201600127. I.F:
  6. Debasis Pal, Aditi Ghosh, Ranjan Sen and Atasi Pal “CW and QCW Thulium-doped all-fiber laser: implementation on kidney stone fragmentation” – Applied Optics, Vol. 55, No. 23 / pp. 6151-6155 (August 2016). I.F: 1.650
  7. Atasi Pal, Anirban Dhar, Aditi Ghosh, Ranjan Sen, Babita Hooda, Vipul Rastogi, Martin Ams, Mathias Fabian, Tong Sun and K T V ‘Grattan Sensors for Harsh Environment: Radiation Resistant FBG Sensor System’ Journal of Lightwave Technology, 99 (2016). I.F: 3.671
  8. Anirban DharMukul Chandra Paul, Sourav Das Chowdhury, Mrinmay Pal, Atasi Pal, Ranjan Sen ‘Fabrication and properties of rare-earth-doped optical fiber using barium as an alternate codopant: Rare-earth-doped optical fiber using barium as an alternate codopant’ Phys. Status Solidi A, 1–7 (2016). I.F: 1.775
  9. Aditi GhoshArpita Sinha RoySourav Das ChowdhuryRanjan SenAtasi Pal ‘All-fiber tunable ring laser source near 2 μm designed for CO2 sensing’ Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Vol 235, 1, 547–553(2016). I.F: 5.401
  10. Maitreyee Saha, Sourav Das Chowdhury, Nishant Kumar Shekhar, Atasi Pal, Mrinmay Pa, Chandan Guha and Ranjan Sen ‘Yb-Doped Pedestal Silica Fiber Through Vapor Phase Doping for Pulsed Laser Applications’ IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, 1 (2016). I.F: 2.375
  11. Sen, Maitreyee Saha, Sourav D. Chowdhury, Nishant K. Shekhar, Debasis Pal, Aditi Ghosh, Anirban Dhar, Atasi Pal and Mrinmay Pal, “High Power Fiber Lasers- Fundamentals to Applications”, Science and Culture, Vol. 81, No. 11-12 (Dec 2015). I.F: 0.771
  12. Babita HoodaAtasi Pal, Vipul Rastogi, Ranjan Sen, Jimit Gandhi, Jens Kobelke ‘Segmented cladding fiber fabricated in silica-based glass’ Optical Engineering 54(7):075103, July (2015). I.F: 1.082
  13. Maitreyee Saha, Atasi Pal, Mrinmay Pal,and Ranjan Sen ‘An Optimized Vapor Phase Doping Process to Fabricate Large Core Yb-Doped Fibers’ JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY, VOL. 33, NO. 17, SEPTEMBER 1, 2015. I.F: 3.671
  14. Shuang YaoShu Ying Chen, Atasi PalKort BremerBaiOu GuanTong SunKenneth T.V. GrattanCompact Tm-doped fibre laser pumped by a 1600 nm Er-doped fibre laser designed for environmental gas sensing’ Sensors and Actuators A Physical; 226 (2015). I.F: 2.499
  15. MaitreyeeSaha, Atasi Pal, Mrinmay Pal, RanjanSen ‘Influence of aluminum on doping of ytterbium in optical fiber synthesized by vapor phase technique’ Optics Communications 334 (2015) 90–93. I.F: 1.588
  16. R Sen, M Saha, A Pal, M Pal, M Leich and J Kobelke ‘High power laser fiber fabricated through vapor phase doping of Ytterbium’ Laser Phys. Lett. 11 (2014) 085105 (4page). I.F: 2.391
  17. Saha, A. Pal, and R. Sen ‘Vapor Phase Doping of Rare-Earth in Optical Fibers for High Power Laser’, Photonics Technology Letters 26, 58 (2014). I.F: 2.375
  18. A Pal, S Y Chen, R Sen, T Sun, and K T V Grattan ‘High-Q low threshold Thulium-doped silica microsphere laser in the 2 µm wavelength region designed for gas sensing applications’, Laser Physics Letters, Vol. 10, 085101 (6 pages) (2013). I.F: 2.391
  19. K Bremer, A Pal, S Yao, E Lewis, R Sen, T Sun and K T V Grattan ‘Sensitive Detection of CO2 Implementing Tuneable Thulium-doped ‘All-fibre’ Laser’, Applied Optics, Vol. 52, Issue 17, pp. 3957-3963 (2013). I.F: 1.650
  20. A Pal, R Sen, K Bremer, S Yao, E Lewis, T Sun and K T V Grattan ‘All-fiber’ Tunable Laser in the 2 µm region, designed for CO2 detection’ Applied Optics, Vol. 51 Issue 29, pp.7011-7015 (2012). I.F: 1.650
  21. Pal, Atasi; Dhar, Anirban; Das, Shyamal; Annapurna, K; Schwuchow, Anka; Sun, Tong; Grattan, Kenneth T V; Sen, Ranjan “Energy-transfer parameters in a Tm/Yb doped single mode silica fiber” JOSA B, Vol. 27 Issue 12, pp.2714-2720 (2010). I.F: 1.843
  22. AtasiPal, AnirbanDhar, Shyamal Das, Shu Ying Chen, Tong Sun, RanjanSen, Kenneth T V Grattan ‘Ytterbium sensitized Thulium doped fibre laser at near IR with 980 nm pump’ OPTICS EXPRESS Vol. 18, No. 5068-50745, 2010 . I.F: 3.307
  23. DebashriGhosh, Samudra Roy, Mrinmay Pal, Atasi Pal, Shyamal K. Bhadra, John McCarthy, Henry Bookey, and AjoyKar ‘Generation of supercontinuum and its theoretical study in three-ring silica microstructured optical fibers’ Applied Optics, Vol. 48, No. 31, Pages G12-G20, 1 November 2009. I.F: 1.650
  24. Nagaraju, M.C. Paul, M. Pal, A. Pal, R.K. Varshney, B.P. Pal, S.K. Bhadra, G. Monnom, B. Dussardier ‘Design and fabrication of an intrinsically gain flattened Erbium doped fiber amplifier’ Optics Communications, Volume 282, Issue 12, 15 June 2009, Pages 2335-2338. I.F: 1.588
  25. Somnath Bandyopadhyay, Palas Biswas, Atasi Pal, Shyamal Kumar Bhadra, and Kamal Dasgupta ‘Empirical relations for design of linear edge filters using apodized linearly chirped Fiber Bragg Grating’, Journal of Lightwave  Technology, Vol. 26, No. 24, December 15, 2008, Pages 3853-3859. I.F: 2.862
  26. Anirban Dhar, Atasi Pal, Mukul Ch. Paul, P. Ray, Himadri S. Maiti, RanjanSen ‘The mechanism of rare earth incorporation in solution doping process’, Optics Express, Vol. 16 Issue 17, pp 12835-12846,  I.F: 3.307

Last Updated on February 3, 2021