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- Satellite communication, multimedia communication, and telecommunication
- High-speed optical communication systems and devices
- Optical fibres, materials, devices and technology
- Image, speech and signal processing
- Microwave and millimetre wave technology; radar and sonar systems
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Professor Chris Toumazou, Director of the Biomedical Institute of Imperial College London, UK
With a background in low power analogue circuit design and current-mode circuits and systems, his current research interests are in bio-inspired technology including ultra-low power devices for both medical diagnostics and therapy.
Professor Ian White, Head of Photonics Research at the University of Cambridge, UK
His current research interests are high-speed communication systems, optical data communications, laser diodes for communications and engineering applications and RF over fibre systems.
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