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Masuduzzaman Bakaul is an established researcher in areas of photonics and microwave communications with 50 publications in leading journals and conferences. He is a recipient of Newport/Spectra-Physics Research Excellence Award in LEOS’2005. He is a member of IEEE and OSA; and has contributed in the organisation of many international conferences.