Education and Experience
Dr. Mohammad Abdul Matin did Bachelors (Honors) and Masters in Applied Physics and Electronics with First Class from Dhaka University, Bangladesh and PhD in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from Nottingham University in England in 1993. He then joined as post doctoral fellow (94-95), Research Engineer (95-98) at the Center for Electrophotonics Materials and Devices, McMaster University, Hamilton Canada. He moved to the University of Toronto, Canada as Senior Research Associate (1998-2000). In March 2000 he joined as an Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering, in the School of Engineering and Computer Science, University of Denver and Promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in the fall of 2006. He is a senior Member of IEEE, SPIE and OSA. Member of ASEE and Sigma Xi.
Areas of Research
Optoelectronic Devices (such as Sensors and Photovoltaics) Nanophotonics (such as Plasmonic Devices) Digital, Optical & Bio-Medical Signal & image Processing Engineering Management Pedagogy in Engineering Education