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Mr Haithem Mustafa

PhD Project

Adaptive optical splitters employing an Opto-VLSI processor and a 4-f imaging system

The aim of the project is to develop an adaptive optical power splitter device based on Opto-VLSI technology for optimizing the use of optical power in optical communication networks, and for realising photonic signal processors.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in Nano and Micro-Electromechanical system (MEMS/NEMS), University of Trento, ITALY, December 2008.Thesis title: Development of an innovative MEMS-based device for measuring gas flows.
  • MEng(Electrical Engineering), CPUT, South Africa, December 2007.Grade: CUM LAUDE. Thesis title: Development of a non-contact current sensor based on MEMS technology.
  • BEng(Electrical Engineering), CPUT, South Africa, December 2005. Project title: Development of a bulk optical solar compass.
  • BSc (Physics & Mathematics) in 2002, Faculty of Science, University of Khartoum, SUDAN. Grade: Distinction in Physics.

Recent Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

  • H. A. B. Mustafa & M. E. T. Khan. MTE “Microstructure cantilever beam for current measurement”, South African journal of Science, Vol. 105, July/August, 2009.
  • H. A. B. Mustafa & M. E. T. Khan, “Micro-structure cantilever-beam for current measurement”, (Oral presentation), SANi conference, UCT, November 2006.
  • H. A. B. Mustafa & M. E. T. Khan. “Development of a bulk optical solar compass”, B-Tech annual Conference, CPUT, 2005.

Supervisors


Contact

PhD Student
Mr Haithem Mustafa
Joondalup Campus: Building 8, Room 8.118
Telephone: (61 8) 6304 5146
Email: hmustafa@student.ecu.edu.au 

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