Dr Tawfique Hasan

Subject Engineering
Fellow type Lecturers, Professors and College Officers
Year started 2013

Biography


Tawfique Hasan gained his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge. During his PhD, he worked on carbon nanotube solutions for ultrafast optical pulse generation. Prior to his PhD, he obtained a MEng. in Microelectronics from University of New South Wales, Australia and a BSc in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Islamic University of Technology, Bangladesh. Following his PhD, Hasan joined Cambridge University Engineering Department as a Research Assistant and then as a Research Associate. He is joining Churchill College from King’s where he was a Junior Research Fellow in Engineering from 2009 to 2013. He was elected as a National Natural Science Foundation of China International Young Scientist Research Fellow in 2012. Hasan is currently a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow and a lecturer in Electronic Materials and Devices at the Cambridge Graphene Centre, Engineering Department. His research focuses on solution process of nanomaterials and their up-scalable applications including ultrafast lasers, printable and flexible (opto)electronic and energy devices


College positions


Present

Director of Studies - Engineering (Part IIA & IIB)