Prof. Kamal Alameh
Chief Technology Officer
Professor Kamal Alameh is the Director of the Electron Science Research Institute, Edith Cowan University, and Director of the WA Centre of Excellence for MicroPhotonic Systems. He is a world renowned authority in optics and nanophotonics and a World-Class University (WCU) Professor with the Department of Nano-bio Materials and Electronics at Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea, Adjunct Professor at Glamorgan University, Wales, UK, and Guest Professor at Southeast University, Nanjing, China. Professor Alameh has pioneered the integration of microelectronic and photonic sciences and developed a new and practical research area, “MicroPhotonics” that achieved innovative solutions for the ICT, Agriculture, Health, Consumer Electronics, Renewable Energy, Oil and Gas, Security and Defence sectors. Kamal has a PhD in Engineering (Photonics), Sydney University, Australia, 1993; Masters of Engineering (Photonics), Melbourne University, Australia, 1989. Prof Alameh has published over 250 peer reviewed journal and conference papers including three book chapters. In addition he has filed 22 patents over technologies and discoveries that have commercial potential.
Optical Development Engineer
Dr Mikhail Vasiliev is a Seniior Research Fellow at Ediith Cowan University and a multi-skilled expert in the fields of optical physics, optical engineering, photonics, nano-engineered functional materials and also in scientific software development. He has been with Edith Cowan University (Perth, Western Australia) since 2005 and has been working on ClearVue Technologies’ projects since 2010. Mikhail has a PhD (Physics), Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia), 2002 and has co-authored multiple high-impact research articles published in international peer-reviewed journals.
Mohammad has been working at Electron Science Research Institute (ESRI), ECU as a PhD student since July 2008. His research interests are in the areas of design and fabrication of photonic nanostructures, magneto-optic (MO) materials (rare-earth and bismuth–doped iron garnet compounds). He has expertise in synthesis and characterisation of various types of thin film materials as well as optical coatings. Besides his PhD study he is is heavily involved in the ClearVue Technologies’ projects. Mohammad has a M. Sc (Physics), University of Chittagong, Bangladesh and is PhD student, ESRI, Edith Cowan University, Australia. He has co-authored several high-impact research articles published in international peer-reviewed journals.