Dr. Jonathan Bradley Assistant Professor and Barber–Gennum Chair in Information Technology
Jon Bradley is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Engineering Physics at McMaster University. He received his B.Eng. and M.A.Sc. degrees in Engineering Physics from McMaster University (2003 and 2005) and his Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Twente (2009). In addition to postdoctoral and research scientist appointments at Harvard University (2010-12) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2012-13, 2014-15), he taught undergraduate physics and photonics as an assistant professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada (2013-14). He currently holds the McMaster University Barber–Gennum Chair in Information Technology. His research interests include integrated optics, on-chip amplifiers and lasers, microresonator devices, nonlinear nanophotonics, and silicon photonic microsystems. Dr. Bradley has contributed to more than 150 journal and conference papers in the field of photonics.
Email: jbradley "AT" mcmaster.ca
Dr. Renjie Wang Postdoctoral Fellow
Renjie received his B.Sc. degree from Zhejiang University (China), M.Sc. degree from University of Houston (USA) and Ph.D. degree (electrical engineering) from McGill University. Now he is working as a postdoc researcher at McMaster University in the department of Engineering Physics. His current research interests include the design, simulation, fabrication and characterization of on-chip integrated optical amplifiers and lasers.
Email: wangr171 "AT" mcmaster.ca
Dawson Bonneville Ph.D. Student
Dawson received his B.Eng in Engineering Physics from McMaster University in 2017. His research in the group is focused on the design and fabrication of silicon based lasers and resonators, as well as the characterisation of grating structures. In the future Dawson plans on completing a PhD based on micro-photonic systems either for the telecom and/or health-care industry. In his free time, Dawson enjoys reading, playing the drums, and portaging in cottage country.
Email: bonnevd "AT" mcmaster.ca
Henry Frankis Ph.D. Student
Henry received his B.Eng in Engineering Physics from McMaster University in 2016, with a focus towards optics and nanofabrication technologies, and graduated with distinction. His research interests include the design, simulation, and fabrication of silicon-based photonic devices for on chip amplifiers and lasers. In his free time, Henry enjoys running, fine dining, and piloting quadcopters.
Email: frankihc "AT" mcmaster.ca
Hamidu Mbonde Ph.D. Student
Hamidu is from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. He received his Master degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Abdullah Gul University, Turkey, in 2018, focusing on fiber optic communication and nonlinear pulse propagation in fibers. His current research interests are in Silicon Photonics; active devices’ design, simulation and fabrication as well as the study of nonlinear optical effects in integrated optical devices. In his free time Hamidu enjoys playing soccer, watching soccer games, skiing and weekends on the beach.
Email: mbondeh "AT" mcmaster.ca
Khadijeh Miarabbas Kiani Ph.D. Student
Khadijeh received her Masters degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, from Shiraz University, Iran, focusing on fabricating photonic and optoelectronic devices. Two main areas that she worked on are “Fabrication of polymeric tapered-waveguides”, and “LiNbO3 optical waveguide fabrication by proton exchange technique”. Her research interests include Photonics, Silicon Photonics, Optoelectronics, Nonlinear Optics, and Nanophotonics. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and playing badminton. Email: miarabbk "AT" mcmaster.ca
Jeremy Miller Ph.D. Student
Jeremy has completed his B. Eng in Engineering Physics with high distinction in 2013 from Carleton University and is currently undertaking his PhD at McMaster University in the department of Engineering Physics. His research interests include silicon photonics, thin films, and rare earths. Jeremy enjoys the great outdoors and is an avid backcountry camper. He has been actively involved with the McMaster outdoors club where he organises trips in the region.
Email: millej29 "AT" mcmaster.ca
Cameron Naraine Ph.D. Student
Cameron received his B.Sc. in Honours Physics from Wilfrid Laurier University and M.A.Sc. in Engineering Physics at McMaster University. His research interests include design and simulation of silicon photonics systems as he undertakes research projects in the group that involve the study and characterization of novel silicon waveguide structures and amplifiers. In his free time, Cameron enjoys fitness activities, golfing, skiing, playing billiards and playing guitar and piano.
Email: narainc "AT" mcmaster.ca
Bruno Luís Segat Frare Ph.D. Student
Bruno received both his B.Sc. in Physics and B.Eng. in Engineering Physics with an emphasis in Technology Production from the State University of Campinas (Unicamp, Brazil) in 2018. His research in the group involves the design, fabrication, and characterization of on-chip nanophotonic cavity structures and lasers. Bruno’s main goal as a researcher is to apply his knowledge in projects that will benefit society and he is interested in new product development and innovation. His hobbies include playing guitar and practicing physical activities as well as watching movies and TV shows.
Email: segatfrb "AT" mcmaster.ca
Pooya Torab Ahmadi Ph.D. Student
Pooya received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Materials Science and Engineering from Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST). In his Master’s thesis, he focused on crystallization properties of erbium-doped oxyfluoride glass-ceramics. In his PhD project, he works on light-emitting rare-earth-doped thin films. In his spare time, he enjoys watching movies and drawing.
Email: torabahp "AT" mcmaster.ca
Parimal Edke Master's Student
Parimal received his B.A.Sc. in Engineering Science from the University of Toronto in 2019 and is now a M.A.Sc. student in Engineering Physics at McMaster University. His current research focusses on developing thermally tuned waveguide structures for use in satellite communication technologies. In his free time, Parimal enjoys playing chess, video games and weight training.
Email: edkepu "AT" mcmaster.ca
Chenglin Zhang, M.A.Sc. student
Sam Bovey, undergraduate research student
Alex Van Kralingen, undergraduate research student
Arthur Méndez-Rosales, undergraduate research student
Shenmao Lin, undergraduate exchange student
Benjamin Jarvis-Frain, undergraduate research student