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Mustafa Abushagur

Professor
Department of Microsystems Engineering Ph.D.
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

585-475-4661
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Office Mailing Address
KGCOE 09-3205

Mustafa Abushagur

Professor
Department of Microsystems Engineering Ph.D.
Kate Gleason College of Engineering

Education

BS, Tripoli University (Libya); MS, Ph.D., California Institute of Technology

585-475-4661

Currently Teaching

EEEE-771
3 Credits
To provide an introduction to the operating principles of optoelectronic devices used in various current and future information processing and transmission systems. Emphasis in this course will be on the active optoelectronic devices used in optical fiber communication systems. Topics include optical resonators, quantum states of light, semiconductor optics, fundamental of lasers, light-emitting diodes, laser diodes, semiconductor photon detectors, optical modulators, quantum wells, and optical fiber communication systems.
EEEE-605
3 Credits
This course provides a broad overview of modern optics in preparation for more advanced courses in the rapidly developing fields of optical fiber communications, image processing, super-resolution imaging, optical properties of materials, and novel optical materials. Topics covered: geometrical optics, propagation of light, diffraction, interferometry, Fourier optics, optical properties of materials, polarization and liquid crystals, and fiber optics. In all topics, light will be viewed as signals that carry information (data) in the time or spatial domain. After taking this course, the students should have a firm foundation in classical optics.
MCSE-771
3 Credits
To provide an introduction to the operating principles of optoelectronic devices used in various current and future information processing and transmission systems. Emphasis in this course will be on the active optoelectronic devices used in optical fiber communication systems. Topics include pulse propagation in dispersive media, polarization devices, optical fiber, quantum states of light, fundamental of lasers, semiconductor optics, light-emitting diodes, laser diodes, semiconductor photon detectors, optical modulators, quantum wells, and optical fiber communication systems.
EEEE-505
3 Credits
This course provides a broad overview of modern optics in preparation for more advanced courses in the rapidly developing fields of optical fiber communications, image processing, super-resolution imaging, optical properties of materials, and novel optical materials. Topics covered: geometrical optics, propagation of light, diffraction, interferometry, Fourier optics, optical properties of materials, polarization and liquid crystals, and fiber optics. In all topics, light will be viewed as signals that carry information (data) in the time or spatial domain. After taking this course, the students should have a firm foundation in classical optics.

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Journal Editor
Abushagur, Mustafa A.G., ed. Optics & Laser Technology. Atlanta: ELSEVIER, 2017. Print.
Abushagur, Mustafa A.G., ed. Advances in Optical Technologies. London: HINDAWI, 2017. Web.