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Name Dr. Usman Masood
Designation Assistant Professor
Department Electronics Engineering (Taxila)
Highest Qualification
Specialization Optics,Semi conductors,Laser,OPtoelectronics,Bio Medical applications,Sensors
Phone No +92-51-9047-725
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Email [email protected]

Ph.D Electrical Engineering

(Universität Kassel)

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

(Universität Kassel)

 

Selected Topics

Biomedical Sensors

Optics 

Electronics

Signal Processing

Image Processing

Digital Communication

Optoelectronics

Microwaves

Artificial Intelligence

Selected Publications

2012                 ‘Multimode Competition in Lasers in the Light of Optical Feedback’, published in 10th IEEE International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT).

2012                 'An Analysis of Newton’s Method in Wireless Systems using Gabor Frames', published in 15th IEEE International Multi Topic Conference (INMIC).

2011                 ‘Development of an optical sensor for the detection of Volatile Organic Compounds’, published in 9th IEEE International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT).

2010                 ‘An Application of Newton’s Method in Wireless Systems’, published in 8th ACM International Conference on Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT).

2007     Multirate Signal Processing: Some Useful Graphical Results” published in IEEE Third International Conference on Emerging Technologies (ICET).

Selected Courses

Optics

Engineering Mathematics

Linear Algebra

Digital Signal Processing

Differential Equations

Electronic Devices

Digital Communication

Selected Supervised Theses

Time resolved intra cavity absorption spectroscopy techniques

Optical feedback analysis in semiconductor lasers in multimode setup

Relative Intensity Noise in semiconductor lasers in multimode setup

Automatic Control of an Oscilloscope by LabVIEW® in ICAS setup

Design of Tight Gabor Frames via Semidefinite Programming

Analyzing laser rate equations using DDE-BIFTOOL

Metal Detection Robot for Industrial and Security Purpose

Amplitude, phase and frequency modulation using an optical modulator

Automatic Plant Irrigation System