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Debadrita Paria
Debadrita Paria
Postdoctoral Researcher, Johns Hopkins University
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Dynamical configurations and bistability of helical nanostructures under external torque
A Ghosh, D Paria, HJ Singh, PL Venugopalan, A Ghosh
Physical Review E—Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics 86 (3 …, 2012
1042012
Label-Free Spectroscopic SARS-CoV-2 Detection on Versatile Nanoimprinted Substrates
D Paria*, KS Kwok*, P Raj, P Zheng, DH Gracias, I Barman
Nano Letters, 2022
692022
Ultrahigh field enhancement and photoresponse in atomically separated arrays of plasmonic dimers
D Paria, K Roy, HJ Singh, S Kumar, S Raghavan, A Ghosh, A Ghosh
Advanced materials 27 (10), 1751-1758, 2015
672015
Velocity fluctuations in helical propulsion: How small can a propeller be
A Ghosh*, D Paria*, G Rangarajan, A Ghosh
The journal of physical chemistry letters 5 (1), 62-68, 2013
662013
Plasmonic interactions at close proximity in chiral geometries: route toward broadband chiroptical response and giant enantiomeric sensitivity
G Nair, HJ Singh, D Paria, M Venkatapathi, A Ghosh
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118 (9), 4991-4997, 2014
412014
Graphene–silver hybrid devices for sensitive photodetection in the ultraviolet
D Paria, HH Jeong, V Vadakkumbatt, P Deshpande, P Fischer, A Ghosh, ...
Nanoscale 10 (16), 7685-7693, 2018
332018
Silver‐Coated Disordered Silicon Nanowires Provide Highly Sensitive Label‐Free Glycated Albumin Detection through Molecular Trapping and Plasmonic Hotspot Formation
D Paria, A Convertino, V Mussi, L Maiolo, I Barman
Advanced healthcare materials 10 (3), 2001110, 2021
272021
Composite‐Scattering Plasmonic Nanoprobes for Label‐Free, Quantitative Biomolecular Sensing
C Zhang*, D Paria*, S Semancik, I Barman
Small, 1901165, 2019
272019
Directed microwave‐assisted self‐assembly of Au–graphene–Au plasmonic dimers for SERS applications
P Ghosh, D Paria, K Balasubramanian, A Ghosh, R Narayanan, ...
Advanced Materials Interfaces 6 (18), 1900629, 2019
212019
Towards rational design and optimization of near-field enhancement and spectral tunability of hybrid core-shell plasmonic nanoprobes
D Paria, C Zhang, I Barman
Scientific reports 9 (1), 16071, 2019
192019
Silver-coated silicon nanowire platform discriminates genomic DNA from normal and malignant human epithelial cells using label-free Raman spectroscopy
V Mussi, M Ledda, D Polese, L Maiolo, D Paria, I Barman, MG Lolli, A Lisi, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: C 122, 111951, 2021
142021
Optical properties of symmetry-breaking tetrahedral nanoparticles
P Zheng, D Paria, H Wang, M Li, I Barman
Nanoscale 12 (2), 832-842, 2020
132020
Spectroscopy‐Assisted Label‐free Molecular Analysis of Live Cell Surface with Vertically Aligned Plasmonic Nanopillars
C Zhang*, S Siddhanta*, D Paria, Y Li, C Zheng, I Barman
Small, 2100161, 2021
112021
Nanowire Assisted Mechanotyping of Cellular Metastatic Potential
D Paria*, A Convertino*, P Raj, K Glunde, Y Chen, I Barman
Advanced Functional Materials, 2101638, 2021
52021
Unconventional plasmonic sensitization of graphene in mid-infrared
D Paria, V Vadakkumbatt, P Ravindra, S Avasthi, A Ghosh
Nanotechnology 32 (31), 315202, 2021
52021
Label-Free Morpho-Molecular Imaging for Studying the Differential Interaction of Black Phosphorus with Tumor Cells
V Mussi*, I Fasolino*, D Paria*, S De Simone, M Caporali, M Serrano-Ruiz, ...
Nanomaterials 12 (12), 1994, 2022
32022
Molecular radiative energy shifts under strong oscillating fields
P Zheng, J Kang, D Paria, JU Kang, I Barman
Small 17 (3), 2007244, 2021
32021
Controlling evolution: The nobel prize in chemistry 2018
D Paria, PL Venugopalan
IEEE pulse 10 (4), 12-16, 2019
32019
Label-Free SARS-CoV-2 Detection on Flexible Substrates
D Paria, KS Kwok, P Raj, P Zheng, DH Gracias, I Barman
medRxiv, 2021.10. 29.21265683, 2021
12021
Surface enhanced raman spectroscopy method of pathogen detection and substrate for the same
KS Kwok, D Paria, I Barman, DH Gracias
US Patent App. 18/553,785, 2024
2024
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