School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Dr Md Hasanuzzaman Sagor

Md Hasanuzzaman


Telephone: +44 20 7882 3713
Room Number: Engineering, Eng 206


Digital Circuit Design (BUPT joint programme)

Microprocessors for Embedded Computing (BUPT joint programme)

The course examines the structure, applications and programming of microprocessors and their support devices. There will be practical work on using a real hardware processor as part of the module. The course is available only to students on the H6NI BSc (Eng) Internet of Things Engineering programme. The course includes: - Microprocessor / Microcontroller Architecture - Instruction Cycle - Program Development Program Life Cycle - Program Structures - Data Structures - 8051 Microcontroller Overview - Hardware Summary (Memory Map and Register Function) - Instruction Set - Addressing Modes - Assembly Language - Testing and Debugging - Interrupts and Timers - Internal and External Memory: RAM, ROM, EPROM, EEPROM - 8051 ADO Pin Demultiplexing - Von Neumann / Harvard Architecture - Principles of Interfacing - Dedicated I/O Memory Mapped I/O - Address Decoding - Timing Diagrams - Handshaking - Busses - Tri-state logic - Parallel Interfacing - Serial Interfacing - Analogue / Digital Conversion - PWM - Comparators - Polling and Interrupts for Interface Management - 8051 Supporting Hardware - Oscillator and Reset Circuits - Reset Behaviour - LEDs, LCDs, Intelligent Displays - Switches, Keypads / Keyboards - Opto-isolators

Microwave Electronics (BUPT joint programme)


Research Interests:

My research interest include but not limited to:
  • Transparent and Flexible 5G Antennas
  • Compact and Conformal Antennas
  • Antennas for On-body Communication
  • mmWave Antennas for Tracking Applications
  • Active Balanced Antennas 
  • Rectenna for Energy Harvesting 
  • Graphene Based THz Antennas

Research Projects: 
  • Co - PI and Head of Ground Station Design Team, "BRAC Onnesha, The First Ever Satellite Project of Bangladesh" (~£225k)
    - BRAC Onnesha was a part of the "Joint Global Multi-Nation BIRDS Satellite project" supported by Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan, which received the prestigious GEDC Airbus Diversity Award in 2017. The satellite was sent to the space from NASA`s Kennedy Space Center by SPACEX Falcon-9 rocket and was deployed into the space in July 2017 from International Space Station.