Dr. Bhagwan Das received his PhD degree in Optical Communication from Department of Communication Engineering, Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Malaysia in OCT 2017. He succeed in achieving a patent and 8 copyrights for his research and innovation. Dr. Bhagwan Das is the recipient of BEST MAN INVENTOR 2016 award given by International Federation of Inventors Associations (IFIA), Geneva, Switzerland. He won COMMERCIAL AWARD given by Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) in 2016. He also received BEST INNOVATION AWARD from Malaysian Research & Innovation Society (MyRIS) in 2017. He has won seven gold medals in international innovative competitions held in different countries for his research work. He has presented his research and innovation work in Denmark, Sweden, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Turkey, Dubia (UAE), Singapore, Malaysia, China, Cambodia, and in Vietnam. He has more than 10 years combined experiences of teaching and industry. He has published three book chapters with world’s well known publisher i.e. Springer and IGI Global. He has published more than 40 articles in reputed ISI impact factor journals and in conferences having indexing in SCOPUS, ISI (Thomson Reuters), EI compendex (Elsevier) and etc. He is member of professional bodies such as Pakistan Engineering Council, Pakistan Engineering Congress, IEEE (USA), IFIA (Switzerland), SCIEI (Hong Kong), IAENG (Hong Kong), Internet Society (USA). Dr. Bhagwan Das appointed as nominated International Program Committee member in ICOCI 2015 (ISI indexed conference), SCDS 2015, 2016 (Published by Springer). He is the member of Technical Program Committee and Reviewer of several Scopus, Springer and ISI (Thomson Reuters) indexed conferences. He has served as reviewer for many ISI (Impact factor) and Scopus indexed journals. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor in QUEST, Pakistan. His area of research includes optical system design, optical signal processing, and energy efficient optical communication.
Development and Real Time Implementation of Optical Signal Regeneration for Different Modulation Schemes Using ULTRASCALE FPGA
Optical Signal Regeneration (OSR) is a demanding research area for long haul optical communication systems. Electronic signal regeneration is limited due to its real-time infeasibility in terms of data rate and accumulated losses. The existing optical signal regeneration techniques have not been able to facilitate low power consumption, demonstration of real-time low cost commercial based design systems and application for the optical systems. This create a huge need of developing the new high-speed energy efficient OSR techniques for long haul optical communication. In this talk, I will be discussing the development of new OSR technique that offers low power consumption, low BER and commercial based design for real-time high-speed optical degraded signal. The new OSR is demonstrated for different modulation formats of high-speed degraded signal transmitted at different transmission distances between 50 km to 250 km over single mode fiber using UFPGA. Aim of the talk of is to give overview about low power real-time implementation of optical system design using UFPGA.