PhD of engineering (2022), UNSW, Canberra, Australia
M.Sc. Eng. degree with distinction (2017). University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia.
B.Sc. Eng. degree with honour – first class position (2013). Taiz University , Taiz , Yemen.
Khalil As'ham is a Research Associate at the University of New South Wales, who has completed his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New South Wales at ADFA. With a strong passion for the fields of nanotechnology and optoelectronics, Khalil's research interests are focused on exploring innovative ways to use energy more efficiently to create a safer, more secure, and more comfortable world for the future. His cutting-edge research is centred around the development of optoelectronic devices, which have the potential to revolutionize the way we use and consume energy.
In addition to his research work, Khalil is dedicated to sharing his knowledge and expertise through teaching. He excels in instructing Digital Electronics and Microcontrollers, where he imparts comprehensive understanding to students. Khalil's teaching approach encompasses lecturing, facilitating laboratory sessions, conducting tutorials, and developing course materials. His commitment to education contributes to the growth and success of aspiring engineers in the field.
Furthermore, Khalil actively engages with the wider community by mentoring students and participating in initiatives aimed at promoting the field of nanotechnology and optoelectronics. His published research papers in reputable journals further attest to his expertise and unwavering commitment to advancing the field of nanotechnology.
With a multifaceted background spanning research, teaching, and community engagement, Khalil As'ham is a distinguished professional who demonstrates exceptional prowess in nanotechnology and optoelectronics while nurturing the next generation of engineers through his teaching endeavours.
University International Postgraduate Scholarship (2018-2022). Sponsored by University of New South Wales, Canberra.
OSHC for RTPs. Sponsored by University of New South Wales, Canberra.
University college PG TopUP (2018-2022). Sponsored by University of New South Wales, Canberra.
Award of Honouring graduates and excellent Yemeni Students (2017). Yemeni Embassy, Malaysia.
M.Sc. Scholarship Programme in Science and Technology (2016-2017). Sponsored by Islamic Development Bank.
ZEIT2208-Digital Electronics and Microcontrollers