Jonathan Ingham


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Jonathan Ingham read electrical and electronic engineering at Imperial College London, receiving the IEEE award for the best final-year project in communications engineering. He was an EPSRC-supported research student in the Centre for Communications Research, University of Bristol, receiving the PhD for research in optical data communication systems. He joined the Centre for Photonic Systems in the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, on its foundation and has been active in many UK and EU projects in optical communication systems and optoelectronics. In addition to projects with academic partners, he has been involved in industrial activities, including contributions to international standards bodies, having given invited presentations at Fibre Channel (INCITS T11) meetings. His contributions to the modelling of optical fibre channels in 10 Gigabit Ethernet (IEEE 802.3aq) lead to an award from IEEE Standards Association. He has acted as a consultant to several companies in the semiconductor and communications industries and has authored over 70 peer-reviewed papers in leading journals and at international conferences. Jonathan is currently a Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge, having previously held a Junior Research Fellowship at the College.

Jonathan Ingham is (or has formerly been) affiliated with Cambridge University and Centre for Photonic Systems, University of Cambridge.

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