Nezam Uddin

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HIGHLIGHTS
 Ph.D. student in Electrical Engineering with 4+ years experience on fiber-optic sensors, sensor instrumentation, thin film and photonic devices
 Hands on experience of dealing optical instruments, optical devices and electrical instruments to work in fiber optic system
 Experience in thin film deposition (physical vapor deposition) and characterization system
 Experience with data analysis, signal processing using MATLAB, heat transfer modelling using COMSOL

EDUCATION
 Ph.D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering, Michigan State University, USA July 2022
 M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, South Dakota State University, USA July 2017
 B. Sc in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh July 2012

WORK EXPERIENCES
Graduate Research Assistant, Michigan State University January 2018-present
 Demonstrated the constant temperature (CT) operation of a fiber-optic anemometer for the first time
• an improvement in the response time more than 300 times
• 3-dB bandwidth was increased from 0.5 Hz for CP operation to 2 kHz for CT operation
 Demonstrated the method of directivity reduction of a fiber-optic water flow sensor
• directivity reduced to 4% at a speed of ~1.4 ms-1 in comparison to the 44% for the original sensor.
 Demonstrated the temperature compensation of the fiber-optic water flow sensor based on silicon Fabry-Perot cavity
 Performance Improvement of the fiber-optic bolometer based on a high-finesse silicon Fabry-Pérot interferometer
• response time was decreased to 150ms from 400 ms
• fabricated the gold disk with the designed mask
Graduate Research Assistant, South Dakota State University August 2015-July 2017
 Microfluidic Enhanced Fabry-Perot Etalon Based Optical Biosensors for the Detection of Biological Substances

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