Asha Devi (She/Her)

Research Fellow, Quantum Nanophotonics group, Trinity College Dublin


Asha’s research is currently focused on coherent perfect absorptions in plasmonic systems. She has worked on the field of cavity quantum electrodynamics with multi-level interacting dipoles. The effect of dipole-dipole interaction on different coupling regimes is a noted attribute of the study with application in quantum information processing and quantum sensing. Her work also entails the coherent and incoherent pumping to study the effect of higher energy levels of the atom considering semi-classical as well as full quantum dynamics to provide accurate and complete description of the system.


Research Interests:

  • Quantum Optics
  • Nanoplasmonics



Asha Devi, Sarath D Gunapala, Mark I Stockman, and Malin Premaratne, Nonequilibrium cavity QED model accounting for dipole-dipole interaction in strong-, ultrastrong-, and deep-strong-coupling regimes, Phys. Rev. A 102, 013701,2020.

Asha Devi, Sarath D Gunapala, and Malin Premaratne, Coherent and incoherent laser pump on a five-level atom in a strongly coupled cavity-QED system, Phys. Rev. A 105, 013701, 2022.



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