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Pg Dr Emeroylariffion Abas Assistant Professor, Faculty of Integrated Technologies

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Pg Dr Emeroylariffion Abas

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Integrated Technologies emeroylariffion.abas@ubd.edu.bn


ABOUT ME

For my bachelor degree, I did Information System Engineering at Imperial College, London before pursuing my PhD in Communication System at the same university. My thesis addresses the issue of resource allocation in a W-CDMA W-LAN system, using different optimisation techniques.

After completion, I went to work as a network administrator, maintaining the connection between private practices and NHS trusts in UK. In 2013, I joined Centre of Science and Technology Research and Development (CSTRAD), Ministry of Defence, Brunei as an engineer and I was involved in maintaining RBAF's C4I network and Combat Network Radio (CNR) system. I was the technical lead for the ADMM Direct Communication Link (DCL) project for phase 1 and 2 which aim to establish secure communication between ASEAN Defence Ministers.

Currently, I am working as a lecturer at the FIT, in the System Engineering Group. My main focuses are on Information Communication, Networks and Simulations. I am also affiliated to UBD|IBM centre which focuses on data analytics.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Information Security, Data analytics


RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1) “Measurement and Mitigation of a Magnetic Field of a Microwave Oven”
Rate Allocation for Constrained Throughput Maximisation
Graph Theoretic Multiple Access Interference Reduction for CDMA based Radio LAN


TOP PUBLICATIONS

Measurement and Mitigation of a Magnetic Field of a Microwave Oven
Rate Allocation for Constrained Throughput Maximisation
Graph Theoretic Multiple Access Interference Reduction for CDMA based Radio LAN


INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Has industry experience