Mohammad Upal Mahfuz, Ph.D.
Assistant ProfessorNatural and Applied Sciences (Engineering Technology)
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
Green Bay, WI, 54311
Office: ES 307
Phone: (920) 465-2790
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- (Dec. 2016) Dr. Mahfuz was interviewed by the Fox 11 TV News channel to speak on the aspects of rural broadband Internet access project for the state of Wisconsin. The complete news story and the interview can be found here.
(Oct. 2016) UW-Green Bay Electrical Engineering Technology students led by Assistant Professor Mohammad Mahfuz went to an industry tour to Georgia-Pacific, one of world’s renowned and leading manufacturers of paper, towels, tissues, and many other products. The UW-Green Bay student group visited the Georgia-Pacific facilities in Green Bay, Wisconsin, to learn more about electrical control systems, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, and the overall industrial manufacturing process. Georgia-Pacific has more than 200 facilities worldwide and approximately 35,000 employees. For the UW-Green Bay students, Georgia-Pacific is a source of inspiration and stands with great opportunities in the field of engineering technology. [NEWS & PHOTO]
(Sep. 2016) Two of our peer-reviewed articles have been listed in the “Popular Articles (July 2016)” list published by the IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience journal. The "Popular Articles” list publishes the top 50 most frequently downloaded documents for this journal based on the usage statistics published each month. The two articles, ranked 14th and 37th respectively, are as follows:
Rank 14th: “Concentration-Encoded Subdiffusive Molecular Communication: Theory, Channel Characteristics, and Optimum Signal Detection” by Mohammad Upal Mahfuz, Dimitrios Makrakis, and Hussein T. Mouftah, Publication Year: 2016.
Rank 37th: “A Comprehensive Analysis of Strength-Based Optimum Signal Detection in Concentration-Encoded Molecular Communication With Spike Transmission” by Mohammad Upal Mahfuz, Dimitrios Makrakis, and Hussein T. Mouftah, Publication Year: 2015, Page(s):67- 83.
The “Popular Articles (July 2016)” list can be found here. [Link]
Currently, I am looking for visiting researchers as well as interested and/or visiting undergraduate students to do research in the Emerging Telecommunications Laboratory.
- University of Wisconsin-Green Bay [Website]
- Natural and Applied Sciences department [Website]
- UW-Green Bay Engineering Technology Program [Website]
- Cofrin Library, UW-Green Bay [Website]