Jerin Geogy George

Jerin Geogy George

Research Scholar

IIT Madras


Jerin Geogy George is a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at IIT Madras. He is presently working in the design and fabrication of meta-optical elements for generating complex light with tailored properties. He is also exploring the use of deep learning models to improve the efficieny of these flat optical elements

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  • Meta-optics
  • Computational Electromagnetics
  • Dielectric metasurface
  • Deep learning
  • PhD in Electrical Engineering (current)

    Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

  • M.Tech. in Automotive Electronics, 2014

    Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore

  • B.Tech in Electronics and Communication, 2012

    Cochin University of Science and Technology


Teaching Assistant - Optical Engineering
Jun 2021 – Oct 2021 Chennai

Responsibilities include:

  • Preparing assignments for the online course
  • Responding to the forum questions
IIT Madras
Project Associate
Oct 2019 – Oct 2020 Chennai

Responsibilities include:

  • Designing optical elements for high-speed optical communication
  • Fabricating diffractive optical elements (DOE) using photolithography
Amal Jyothi College of Engineering
Assistant Professor of Automotive Electronics
Jul 2014 – Oct 2019 Kottayam
I worked in Automobile Engineering department and offered courses mostly related to Automotive electronics. I was also incharge of the Automotive electronics laboratory and BOSCH joint certification center. Apart from the academic responsibilities, my role involved mentoring graduate students and giving proper career guidance.


(2023). Engineering Axial Intensity of Bessel Beams using Meta-axicons with Amplitude and Phase Control. Photonics 2023, Bengaluru.


(2023). Generation of Bessel-like beams with reduced sidelobes for enhanced light-sheet microscopy. Optics Continuum.


(2022). Sidelobe-Suppressed Bessel Beam using Hologram. CLEO PR, Sapporo.

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(2021). Design of multi-wavelength dielectric metasurfaces using finite element software. Asian Journal of Physics.

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(2015). Real Time Secure Video Transmission Using Multicore CPUs and GPU. Advances in Computing.

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(2015). Frequency Domain MMSE one-tap Equalizer for FBMC-OQAM System. International Journal of Research and Innovations in Science and Technology.


Computational Electromagnetics
Optical Engineering
VLSI Technology
Wave Propagation in Communication