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Dr Naoise MacSuibhne

Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies (AIPT)

Dr Naoise MacSuibhne
I joined Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies in 2013 after completing my BE(Hons) in Electronic and Microelectronic Engineering and a PhD in optical communications from the department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland. I am currently an EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow studying the potential benefits of spatial and orbital light for advanced optical transmission systems along with studies into spatially multiplexed systems, novel fibres and nonlinear transmission techniques. 

Position: Research Fellow 
Room: NW701
Phone: 0121 204 5213
Email: 
n.mac-suibhne@aston.ac.uk 

•PhD in optical communications University College Cork, Ireland.

•BE(Hons) in Electronic and Microelectronic Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland.

I have worked on several internships during my undergraduate and postgraduate studies including, Analog Devices in Ireland, AT&T Bell Labs in New Jersey and a CE and FCC mark test Engineer in ElectroMagnetic Technologies Ltd.
Advanced optical communications, optical fibre and photonic technologies.
Currently an EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow. Previously worked on EU projects MODE-GAP and INSPACE
Any individuals who are interested in the area of optical communications. Particularly related to novel fibre use, fibre nonlinearity and spatial division multiplexing are free to contact me at any time.