Atik Faysal

Atik Faysal
Oklahoma State University - Stillwater | Oklahoma State · School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Current Project: Inverstigation of optical properties of luminophores for stimulated luminiscent solar concentrators. Description: Semiconductor nanoparticles have a wide absorption band and small reabsorption probability, which makes them great candidates for luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs). We use Monte-Carlo simulations of photon transport to predict the performance of LSCs based on quantum dots. These computations suggest that semiconductor-based LSCs can be highly efficient. The optimum performance is reached with a fairly long LSC with a photovoltaic cell covering only one edge. These results are encouraging for cost-effective LSC designs based on semiconductor nanoparticles.
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January 2022 - present
Oklahoma State University - Stillwater
Position
  • PhD
Description
  • I am working on meta-learning and few-shot learning for image classification.

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Publications (10)
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PurposeDeep Neural Networks (DNNs) typically require enormous labeled training samples to achieve optimum performance. Therefore, numerous forms of data augmentation techniques are employed to compensate for the lack of training samples.Methods In this paper, a data augmentation technique named ensemble augmentation is proposed to generate real-lik...
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Vibration-based signal processing is the most popular and effective approach for fault diagnosis of bearing. In this paper, timefrequency domain analysis, i.e. empirical mode decomposition (EMD) was applied to the raw vibration signal. Intrinsic mode function (IMF) containing the characteristics of vibration data was analysed to obtain 90 statistic...
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Rotating machinery is one of the major components of industries that suffer from various faults due to the constant workload. Therefore, a fast and reliable fault diagnosis method is essential for machine condition monitoring. In this study, noise eliminated ensemble empirical mode decomposition (NEEEMD) was used for fault feature extraction. A con...
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PurposeAlthough noise-assisted decomposition methods, ensemble empirical mode decomposition (EEMD) and complementary EEMD (CEEMD) can reduce the drawbacks of empirical mode decomposition (EMD), they cannot fully eliminate the presence of white noise. Moreover, they require large number of ensembles for a desired output which takes much computationa...
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The pipeline is used as a medium of transportation in global gas and oil industries, providing the most efficient, convenient and transportation method for natural gas and oil from downstream to upstream production of the economical mode of the power station, refineries, and domestic needs. However, the pipeline leakages become a major concern as t...
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Luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs) offer a cost-effective alternative of harvesting the conventional concentrated solar energy. It uses fluorescent materials embedded in an optical waveguide to absorb, reemit, and concentrate incident solar irradiance to the edges of the waveguide, where small Photovoltaic (PV) cells are attached. Quantum dot (...
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Bangladesh is located in the tropical area and it is blessed with enormous solar energy. The sun is up for most of the time of the year. Sunlight falls on solar photovoltaic modules and it is then converted into electricity. With the increase of photovoltaic grid-connected capacity, photovoltaic generation will bring many impacts on the distributio...
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Bangladesh is a developing country with sufficient amount of energy in different form but it is a densely populated country. As a result energy is being consumed at a high rate which will finish the energy resources within a few decades. To mitigate the continuously increasing demand it is necessary to estimate the energy reserved in Bangladesh, us...
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Bangladesh is an agricultural country. One-third land of this country is in off-grid area which force farmers to use diesel for irrigation purpose. Several research works show that PV Solar technology is useful for irrigation system rather than conventional fossil fuels using various simulation software. But the ambiguities arise to select simulati...
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This research work aimed to develop not only technical but also other necessary skills for the design of large-scale commercial grid-connected solar PV system in Bangladesh based on government and non-governmental organizational requirements. The procedure is developed to design of a 30MWp grid-connected solar PV system at the rural area in the Ban...

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Can someone help me by providing any relevant documents to calculate the envelope power spectrum? Thank you.
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I have obtained residual from EMD and EEMD individually. I want to show the better residual with the explanation. Can someone help me with the theories and maths for it?
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[V,D] = eig(A,B)
returns diagonal matrix D of generalized eigenvalues and full matrix V whose columns are the corresponding right eigenvectors, so that A*V = B*V*D.

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Semiconductor nanoparticles have a wide absorption band and small reabsorption probability, which makes them great candidates for luminescent solar concentrators (LSCs). We use Monte-Carlo simulations of photon transport to predict the performance of LSCs based on quantum dots. These computations suggest that semiconductor-based LSCs can be highly efficient. The optimum performance is reached with a fairly long LSC with a photovoltaic cell covering only one edge. These results are encouraging for cost-effective LSC designs based on semiconductor nanoparticles.