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It is a pleasure to thank many people who made this thesis possible. I would like
to gratefully acknowledge the enthusiastic supervision of Dr. Usha Philipose. This thesis
would not have been possible without her. She has taught me, both consciously and un-
consciously, how good experimental research is done. She was a fabulous advisor: sharp,
cheery, perceptive, and mindful of the things that truly matter. Her continuous motivation
and encouragement made me to participate in the international conference. I appreciate all
her contributions of time, ideas, and funding to make my thesis possible. I thank Dr. Nigel
Shepherd for the help with optical measurements. It is pleasure to thank my committee
members for providing their valuable comments and suggestions on my thesis work.
I am indebted to my many student colleagues Gopal Sapkota, Prathyusha Nukala
and Kiran Shrestha for numerous stimulating discussions, help with experimental setup and
general advices. The Department of Physics has provided the support and equipment required
to produce and complete my thesis. I am also thankful to the Department of Electrical
Engineering faculty for giving me the opportunity to pursue thesis in my area of interest and
grateful acknowledge to the financial support from Research Initiation Grant at the University
of North Texas.
I would like to show my gratitude to my brother Dr. Uvaraj Pulipakkam and my
sister-in-law Sujatha Pulipakkam for all the emotional support, comraderie, and caring they
This thesis is dedicated to my Parents, Late Parthasarathi Gali, Padmavathi Gali and
my brother Sandeep Gali who have supported me all the way since the beginning of my thesis.
There is no doubt in my mind that without their continued support to get through the difficult
times and counsel I could not have completed this process.
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