Dr John Williams

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General

John Williams received his B.Sc in Physics in 1986 and PhD on the development, characterisation and optimisation of various new modelocked laser sources in 1990 from Imperial College of Science and Technology, London.

He has been working in the Photonics Research group, Aston University since 1992 and has been a Reader there since 2000.

He has authored and co-authored over 100 journal and conference papers in photonics related fields.

Research interests

As a member of the Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies research interests include the design and fabrication of in-fibre Bragg Gratings and their application as sensors, for the control of short pulses and for the processing and control of sub-carrier multiplexed microwave signals. 

My other interests include wireless sensor networks -  using theoretical, experimental and CAD design techniques used to investigate novel architectures and protocols through to implementation on hardware and field trials.

Teaching Activity

  • EE2IDD: Intermediate Digital Design
  • EE1CPS: Computational Problem Solving
  • EE4024: Distributed Network Applications
  • EE3PRJ/EE3PRJ: Final Year Individual Project
  • EE4019: Masters Project Preparation
  • EE4006: Masters Project

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