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1st International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020)
16-18 June 2020 (Remotely), FoE-JUST, Irbid, Jordan

EngiTek 2020 Special

Registration includes a free group trip to Dead Sea (Lowest Location on Earth) and Petra (one of the New Seven Wonders of the World).
EngiTek 2020 is technically co-sponsored by CRC Press/Balkema - Taylor & Francis Group (Balkema)
Proceedings to be published by CRC Press/Balkema and submitted for Scopus indexing.
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EngiTek 2020
  • Introduction
  • Author Kit
  • Submissions
  • Events
  • Welcome
  • Why EngiTek 2020?
  • Dates
Welcome to EngiTek 2020
Welcome to the 1st International Congress on Engineering Technologies (EngiTek 2020). This event is intended to represent a major forum for researchers, professionals and students from all over the world to meet remotely to present their latest research results and to exchange new ideas and practical experiences.

EngiTek 2020 is planned to feature special sessions, keynote talks and tutorial sessions by leading experts, paper presentations, poster shows, demo shows, discussion panels, as well as other interesting technical activities.


Coming to Jordan represents a unique opportunity to witness the embrace of history and future. As small in area as it is, Jordan has a rich history spanning thousands of years, a history that a tourist can only admire. Places like Petra and the Dead Sea are only examples of the many one-of-a-kind places to visit in Jordan. On top of all that, Jordan, as a peaceful country in a turbulent area, enjoys extreme levels of safety and security. Jordanian people are internationally known for generosity, hospitality and cultural awareness and tolerance.

EngiTek 2020 Conferences


ElectriTek 2020

MechaniTek 2020
Why Take Part in EngiTek 2020?
* EngiTek 2020 is Technically Co-Sponsored by CRC Press/Balkema - Taylor & Francis Group.
Proceedings to be published by CRC Press/Balkema and submitted for Scopus indexing.
* Enjoy attending EngiTek 2020 at Faculty of Engineering - Jordan University of Science and Technology (FoE-JUST), in Irbid, Jordan.
* Enjoy moderate registration fees, and register up to two papers for the same registration fee. Students receive substantial registration discounts.
* Have the possiblity to extend and publish your conference papers with some of the top journal publishers.
* Only full paper submissions are allowed at all our conferences. No summary or abstract submissions are allowed. Conference topic coverage includes the most current and exciting fields of knowledge and research.
* Papers can be accepted to our conferences only after rigorous peer reviewing.
* Our outstanding reviewing process is facilitated by careful selection of technical program committee members from among the best international experts. Each submitted paper is subject to no less than two peer reviews before it can be considered for acceptance.
* Published papers of EngiTek 2020 are indexed by Google Scholar. More indexing is on the way.
* At each conference, and based on paper review scores, the paper with the highest scores receives the Best Paper Award. This is an award to which only presented papers are eligible. The best paper award is usually delivered to the presenter of the winning paper at the main conference dinner.
EngiTek 2020 Dates
EngiTek 2020 Days Tuesday - Thursday: 16-18 June 2020 (Remotely)
Event Proposal Submission Deadline
(Keynotes, Tutorials, Special Sessions, etc.)
Tuesday, 5 May 2020
Full Paper Submission Deadline - Extended Tuesday, 5 May 2020
Author Notifications Tuesday, 19 May 2020
Final Paper Submissions Deadline Friday, 29 May 2020
Registration Deadline Friday, 29 May 2020
Registration Cancellation Deadline Thursday, 4 June 2020
EngiTek 2020 Submissions
ElectriTek 2020

Paper Submissions Closed Poster Submissions Closed
MechaniTek 2020

Paper Submissions Closed Poster Submissions Closed
EngiTek 2020

EngiTek 2020 Event Submissions Closed
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  • Keynote Talks
  • 40.Key-10
Designs and Optimisation of Emerging Photonic Devices, a Key Enabling Technology

Speaker

Prof. Azizur Rahman, City, University of London, London, UK

B. M. Azizur Rahman received the B.Sc.Eng and M.Sc.Eng. degrees in Electrical Engineering with distinctions from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 1976 and 1979, respectively. He also received two gold medals for being the best undergraduate and graduate students of the university in 1976 and 1979, respectively. In 1979, he was awarded with a Commonwealth Scholarship to study for a PhD degree in the UK and subsequently in 1982 received his PhD degree in Electronics from University College London. In 1988, he joined City University, London, as a lecturer, and became a full Professor in June 2000. At City University, he leads a large research group on Photonics Modelling, specialised in the use of rigorous and full-vectorial numerical approaches to design, analyse and optimise a wide range of photonic devices. He has published more than 550 journal and conference papers, and his journal papers have been cited more than 4700 times and h-index of 33. He has supervised 31 students to complete their PhD degrees as their first supervisor and received more than £11 M in research grants. Prof. Rahman is Fellow of the IEEE, the Optical Society of America and the SPIE.

Summary

Since the emergence photonics following the development of lasers and optical fibres, the technology has matured and now, identified as one of the Key Enabling Technologies. Design and optimization of a range of modern photonic devices are presented by using numerically efficient and rigorous full-vectorial finite-element based approaches.

With the advent of semiconductor lasers and low-loss optical fibres in mid 60s, the progress of optical technology has been significant in the field of photonics. Recently, the novel photonic crystal fibre, hollow-core fibres, photonic crystals, slot-guides, silicon photonics, plasmonics, development of new materials, such as graphene, phase change materials or artificial metamaterials are showing great promise and expected to revolutionize the way we would transmits and process optical signals in the future. The concept of using mode, space and polarisation division multiplexing, or even complex vortex modes are being evaluated. EU has identified in their Horizon 2020 programme, Photonics as one the 6 Key Enabling Technologies, which is expected to shape the development of this 21st century.

As optical technology has reached maturity, the associated devices have themselves become more complex. The optimization of such advanced devices requires an accurate knowledge of their lightwave propagation characteristics and their dependence on the system fabrication parameters. The optimization of existing realistic designs or the evaluation of new designs for optoelectronic devices and sub-systems has created significant interest in the development and use of effective numerical methods, as simple analytical approaches are often inadequate. Of the different numerical approaches for modal solutions reported so far, the finite element method has been established as one of the most powerful and versatile methods. Over the last three decades this technique has been used to characterise a wide range of waveguides. Many important photonic devices, such as optical modulators, filters, polarization splitters, polarization rotators, power splitters, etc. may be fabricated by combining several butt-coupled uniform waveguide sections, which need advanced beam evolutionary optical methods. Similarly, complex light-matter interactions are also being exploited to advances in the device performances.

Numerically simulated results for many important guided-wave photonic devices, using the full-vectorial finite element-based approaches, will be presented, such as photonic crystal fibres, silicon photonics, slot waveguides, and optical bio-sensors.

Schedule

EngiTek 2020 Day1

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