Kanika Bansal
Kanika Bansal
Post-doc, Columbia University & US Army Research Laboratory
Verified email at columbia.edu - Homepage
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Experimental observation of chimera and cluster states in a minimal globally coupled network
JD Hart, K Bansal, TE Murphy, R Roy
Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science 26 (9), 094801, 2016
862016
Voltage modulated electro-luminescence spectroscopy to understand negative capacitance and the role of sub-bandgap states in light emitting devices
K Bansal, S Datta
Journal of Applied Physics 110 (11), 114509, 2011
212011
Temperature dependent reversal of voltage modulated light emission and negative capacitance in AlGaInP based multi quantum well light emitting devices
K Bansal, S Datta
Applied Physics Letters 102 (5), 053508-053508-4, 2013
182013
Personalized brain network models for assessing structure–function relationships
K Bansal, J Nakuci, SF Muldoon
Current opinion in neurobiology 52, 42-47, 2018
152018
Cognitive chimera states in human brain networks
K Bansal, JO Garcia, SH Tompson, T Verstynen, JM Vettel, SF Muldoon
Science advances 5 (4), eaau8535, 2019
112019
Data-driven brain network models differentiate variability across language tasks
K Bansal, JD Medaglia, DS Bassett, JM Vettel, SF Muldoon
PLoS computational biology 14 (10), 2018
82018
Negative activation energy and dielectric signatures of excitons and excitonic Mott transitions in quantum confined laser structures
A Bhunia, K Bansal, M Henini, MS Alshammari, S Datta
Journal of Applied Physics 120 (14), 144304, 2016
82016
Dynamics of electronic transitions and frequency dependence of negative capacitance in semiconductor diodes under high forward bias
K Bansal, M Henini, MS Alshammari, S Datta
Applied Physics Letters 105 (12), 123503, 2014
32014
Dielectric Response of Light Emitting Semiconductor Junction Diodes: Frequency and Temperature Domain Study
K Bansal, S Datta
MRS Online Proceedings Library Archive 1635, 49-54, 2014
22014
Role of light emission and sub‐bandgap defects in the dielectric response of electroluminescent diodes
K Bansal
physica status solidi c 10 (4), 593-596, 2013
22013
Scale-specific dynamics of large-amplitude bursts in EEG capture behaviorally meaningful variability
K Bansal, JO Garcia, N Lauharatanahirun, SF Muldoon, P Sajda, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2003.06463, 2020
2020
Applying linear additive models to isolate component processes in task-evoked pupil responses
SM Thurman, RAC Hoffing, N Lauharatanahirum, DE Forster, K Bansal, ...
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 305c-305c, 2019
2019
Data-driven brain network models predict individual variability in behavior
K Bansal, JD Medaglia, DS Bassett, JM Vettel, SF Muldoon
arXiv preprint arXiv:1802.08747, 2018
2018
Impact of British Raj on the Education System in India: The Process of Modernization in the Princely States of India–The case of Mohindra College, Patiala
K Bansal
Creative Space 5 (1), 13-28, 2017
2017
Creat. Sp.
K Bansal
Education 5 (1), 2017
2017
Symmetries and stability of chimera states in small, globally-coupled networks
JD Hart, K Bansal, TE Murphy, R Roy
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 62, 2017
2017
Learning Python in an Urban After-School Middle School Program
S Schmeelk, A Aho, S Wortel-London, K Bansal
Conference Proceedings. The Future of Education, 282, 2017
2017
\textbf {Bias activated dielectric response of excitons and excitonic Mott transition in quantum confined lasers structures.}
K Bansal, A Bhunia, S Datta, MS Alshammari, M Henini
Bulletin of the American Physical Society 61, 2016
2016
Bias activated dielectric response of excitons and excitonic Mott transition in quantum confined lasers structures.
A Bhunia, K Bansal, S Datta, MS Alshammari, M Henini
APS March Meeting Abstracts, 2016
2016
Chimeras in small, globally coupled networks: Experiments and stability analysis
JD Hart, K Bansal, TE Murphy, R Roy
APS Meeting Abstracts, 2016
2016
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