Our Physics Project will be presented at APS March Meeting 2019
We are glad to announce that our collaborative work with Physics Department will be presented at APS March Meeting this year. The title of our talk is “Wavelength Estimation of Light Source via Machine Learning Techniques using Low Cost 2D Layered Nano-material Filters.”
Session L55: Devices from 2D Materials — Optical Spectroscopy
11:15 AM–1:39 PM, Wednesday, March 6, 2019
BCEC Room: 254B
Abstract: We created a vector of low-cost filters for estimating the wavelength of a light source in the range of 300nm-1100nm using gradually differing mixtures of nano-flakes of semiconducting materials, Molybdenum-Disulfide (MoS2) and Tungsten-Disulfide (WS2). The nano-flakes were produced by method of Liquid-Phase Exfoliation and Sonication. We studied the incident and transmitted intensities of light passing through these filters and derived a statistical model for the behavior pattern of the filters for incident light. By employing machine learning techniques we estimated the wavelength distribution of incident light with accuracy of ≤ %1 using the incident and transmitted sensor readings for intensity of light.