Dr Low Khee Lam

Email: kheelam.low@kdupg.edu.my

Dr Low received his PhD in Applied Physics from Universiti Sains Malaysia in year 2011. His doctorate research focused on investigating the characteristics of photonic crystals. Photonic crystal is an artificial material. It is composed by a periodic dielectric, metal- dielectric or even superconductor microstructures or nanostructures. It can be used to control and manipulate light flow. Dr Low has observed that the current calculation method is limited to frequencies independent materials. Consequently, his research is focused on developing a new calculation model that will be used to understand the characteristics of the photonic crystal.

PhD Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2006 – 2011
Research Title: An Investigation of Band Gap Structure for Metallic Photonic Crystals

Bachelor of Science (Pure Physics) Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2003-2006

Year Title
2018 K. L. Low, M. Z. Mat Jafri, and S. A. Khan, “Group Velocities and Resonance State in Metallic Photonic Crystals”, in Progress in Electromagnetic Research Symposium (PIERS-Toyama), 2018

K. L. Low, M. Z. Mat Jafri, S. A. Khan, and D. G. S. Chuah, “Surface Plasmon Effects And Resonance State On Square Lattice Of Metallic Photonic Crystals And Defect Mode In H Polarization,”, Progress in Electromagnetic Research C, vol. 83, p. 45, 2018

2017 K. L. Low and M. Z. Mat Jafri, “An Investigation of Surface Plasmon Effects on Metallic Photonic Crystals in H Polarization,” in META’17, the 8th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics, Incheon, South Korea, 2017

Title: Simulation and characterization of Photonic Crystals as Waveguide in Microwave Region (Member)
Duration: 1/6/2007 – 28/7/2009
Sponsors/ Grant: FRGS (203/PFZIK/671164)
Amount: RM36700

Title: Simulation and Application of Photonic Crystals in Terahertz region (Member)
Duration: 1/4/2010 – 1/4/2012
Sponsors/ Grant: FRGS (203/PFIZIK/6711164)
Amount: RM62320

Gold Medal
KASS Best Invention Award and WIPO Best Invention Award, Intelligent Air Pollution Warning System, ITEX 2006, 19th – 21st May 2006