Dr. Daniel Ford, Executive Director and Chief Scientist for Mobility and The Internet of Things for Dell Research in San Jose, California. Dr. Ford has twenty-eight issued US patents and dozens of peer reviewed publications. Dr. Ford earned his . in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo in 1992.
Prof. Bahram Jalali, University of California, Los Angeles, USA. Prof. Jalali received his MS (1986), MPhil (1987), and PhD (1989) in applied physics from Columbia Engineering.
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Prof. B. M. A Rahman, City University, London. Professor Rahman received BSc Eng and MSc Eng degrees in Electrical Engineering with distinctions from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh and his PhD in Electronic Engineering from University College, London in 1982
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Prof. Brian Culshaw, University of Strathclyde,Glasgow, United Kingdom. He received a BSc in Physics and a PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from University College London. At Strathclyde, he served as vice Dean (Engineering) for six years and as Head of Department for five years.
Prof. Graham Reed, University of Southampton Guildford, United Kingdom. He is a member of several conference committees, and has published over 250 papers in the field of Silicon Photonics.
Prof. James Cole, University of Tsukuba,Japan. His areas of interest include computational photonics and electromagnetics , optimization and pattern recognition.
ürgen Jahns , Professor for Optical Information Technology, Fern Universität in Hagen, Germany, at the University of Hagen. He is author of several books on Microoptics and Advisory Editor of the Journal of the Optical Society of Korea.
Prof. Motoharu Fujigaki, University of Laval, Quebec, Canada. He received his BE and ME in Mechanical Engineering and his PhD from Osaka University.
Prof. Raman Kashyap, Polytechnique Montreal, Canada. His research interests include optical fibres, optical devices, lasers etc.
Prof. Takeo Sasaki, University of Tokyo, Japan. Prof. Sasaki graduated from Tokyo University of Science. In 1994, he received his PhD from the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Prof. Randy H. Katz, University of California Berkeley. He joined the Berkeley faculty in 1983, where, since 1996, he has been the United Microelectronics Corporation Distinguished Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.