School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Dr Md Hasanuzzaman Sagor

Md Hasanuzzaman


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


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


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.