Fathima Shabana Mullackalparampu Abdul Jabbar

  Fathima Shabana M.A. is from Kerala, India. She has completed her five year integrated MSc degree in Photonics from International School of Photonics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India in 2018. For her Master thesis, she completed a project entitled “Development of nano-engineered Erbium doped Hafnium-Bismuth-Silica glass-based optical fiber for broadband light sources” under the supervision of Dr. Mukul Chandra Paul at Fiber Optics and Photonics Division, Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, Kolkata, India.

During her Bachelor's degree, She did her mini project entitled as “Preparation and characterization of silica beads using StÖber method for photonic applications” from the International school of Photonics, CUSAT under the supervision of Prof. Sheenu Thomas. She also has research experience in the field  of plasma physics from the Institute for plasma research, Gujarat, India, where she worked on “Thermal properties measurement of the Ti coated Graphite sample and brazed joint samples using Laser Flash system”.

In February 2019, she started her PhD at LEUKOS, Limoges, France in collaboration with XLIM research institute under the frame of SUPUVIR, a new European Marie Skłodowska- Curie Action Innovative Training Network. Her PhD project is termed as “Supercontinuum sources in emerging wavelength regimes for biomedical applications”. Her line of research will especially focus on nonlinear fiber optics and supercontinuum system design according to the technical specifications of definite biomedical applications.

Link to research groups LEUKOS and XLIM