Assoc. Prof. Dr. Angela Amphawan received her PhD in optical communications from University of Oxford, United Kingdom. She is currently Head of Optical Computing and Technology Research Group at School of Computing, Universiti Utara Malaysia and a Fulbright Research Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She serves on the IEEE Nanotechnology Council, IEEE Sensors Council, Editorial Board of Wiley Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, publicity co-chair for the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference International Conference (WCNC) and several others. She has won two Best Paper Awards and several exhibition medals. Her research has been funded by the Fulbright Foundation, Telekom Malaysia, German Academic Exchange and the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education. Due to her outstanding academic contributions, she has won the International Academic Award by the Deputy Prime Minister In addition, she is a reviewer for leading optical journals such as Optics Express, Optics Letters, Journal of Lightwave Technology and IEEE Photonics Journal. She has over 100 referred publications and a patent.
High-speed millimeter communication through radio-over-free-space-optics network by mode-division multiplexing
Multidiameter optical ring and Hermite–Gaussian vortices for wavelength division multiplexing–mode division multiplexing
Design of Excess 3 to BCD code converter using electro-optic effect of Mach-Zehnder Interferometers for efficient data transmission