Prof. Hamed Dalir

Senior Member | Associate Professor at Univ of Florida
Dalir, Hamed
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SPIE Membership: 7.3 years
SPIE Awards: Senior status | 2020 SPIE Community Champion
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Area of Expertise: VCSEL, Optical Modulators, Photonics Integrated Circuits, AI Accelerator, Reservoir Computing, Quantum AI
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Dr. Dalir is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Florida (UFL), where he leads a research team working on high-speed photonics computing, quantum AI, and cryptography. As the CEO of Optelligence LLC, located in Virginia and Maryland, he focuses on the design, implementation, and verification of novel AI devices, ASICs, digital-to-analog converters, blockchain, and secure hashing algorithms. Dr. Dalir's research has been recognized with numerous awards, including the Yoshida Foundation Award for the Development of Future Leaders for Changing Times, and the Young Scientist Award from JSPS. He is also an Associate Editor of Printed Electronics and EPJ Quantum Technology journals.
Dr. Dalir has raised over $18 million in funding from organizations such as AFWERX, NASA, Army, AFRL, BAH, Broadcom, ONR, JSPS, NIST, and private investors. He has co-authored over 70 academic journal articles, many of which have been published in prominent magazines such as Nature Communications, Optica, Laser Photonics Review, and Applied Physics Review. He has also given over 100 keynote speeches, invited talks, and themed lectures at universities and major international conferences.

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