KHAN Imran

Imran Khan is a PhD student in the Astroparticle Physics unit of GSSI.
He did his M.Sc in Optoelectronics and Photonics Engineering from Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey. He worked as research assistant in Koç University Microphotonics Research Laboratory (KUMRL), where he worked on the optical tuning of Whispering Gallery Modes (WGMs) in Silicon microsphere towards his M.Sc. thesis. He also worked as teaching assistant at the physics department of Koç University. He did his bachelors of science in Telecommunication Engineering from NUCES-FAST Pakistan. He served Nayatel Pvt. Ltd, a Islamabad based company that provides fiber to the home (FTTH) service as Network Engineer in the transmission department for around 1.5 years. His interests are in Optical micro/nano resonators, Optical fiber technology, Nonlinear optics and Optical properties of materials. At present, he is working in the Advanced Virgo (AdV) squeezing group responsible for the development of a squeezed states of light source for AdV Gravitational Waves detector.

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  • Area: Astroparticle Physics
  • Education

    BS Telecommunication Engineering- FAST NUCES Peshawar - Pakistan
    M.Sc. Optoelectronics and Photonics Engineering- Koç University
    Istanbul - Turkey

  • Keywords: Optical micro/nano resonators, Optical fiber technology, Nonlinear optics, Optical properties of materials
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