Biography


Salih Z. Silahli, PhD, is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Department of Electrical Engineering at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (SUNY). He received his B.S. Electronic Communication Engineering from Suleyman Demirel University in 2006 and M.S degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Rochester in 2010 and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from University at Buffalo in 2016.

Education


  • Ph.D. Electrical Engineering, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, 2016.

  • GPA: 3.8/ 4.0 completed coursework and qualification

    Qualifying Exam Score: 67/70

  • M.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Rochester, USA, 2010.

  • B.Sc. Electronic Communication Engineering, Turkey, Suleyman Demirel University, May 2006.

Research


  • Optics, Photonics

  • Digital Signal Processing

Research Project


  • Experimental realization of the effects nonlinear optical propagation of structured light in metallic silver and gold nanosuspensions.

  • Experimental realization of the effects nonlinear optical propagation of structured light in nonlinear engineered colloidal suspensions.

  • Structured light propagation in air and demonstrated the possibility of formation chiral photonic structures and large arrays of chiral filaments.

  • Nonlinear propagation of structured light in colloid-based metamaterial.

  • Light manipulation in negative-index engineered media..

  • Auction based DSR (Dynamic Source Routing) protocol optimization.

  • Detection of phase modulated signals with unknown frequency via repeated filtering and squaring.

  • Implementation of Matched and Mismatched Filters by utilizing the autocorrelation of Barker 13, (Sequential and Codes in DSP apps), Spring 2013. Implementation of matched filters by using autocorrelation, mismatched filters using sidelobe inversion. Analyzing the system performance for no synchronization and chip synchronization cases.

Articles in Journals

Conferences and Presentations

Dissertation