Reuben Amedalor, MSc.
Reuben Amedalor is a Ph.D. student at the University of Eastern Finland. He is currently pursuing his doctorate degree in the field of Nanophotonics and Quantum Optics, a subject that he is passionate about and interested in. As a Ph.D. student, Reuben is engaged in research, which involves exploring Nanophotonic and Quantum effects in meta-grating structures via light manipulation. He does this through structure designs, conducting experiments, analyzing data, and writing reports.
Prior to his doctoral studies, Reuben completed his MSc. Photonics degree at the University of Eastern Finland and previously acquired a BSc. in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Ghana in his home country. His academic background prepared him for the rigorous demands of PhD-level work, including the ability to think critically, conduct independent research, and communicate his findings effectively.
He has published several research papers in the fields of Photonics and material science and his work has been cited by other researchers in the field. Reuben's publications can be found on his Google Scholar, ResearchGate, or his academic.edu profile.
In addition to his academic pursuits, Reuben is also active on LinkedIn, where he has a profile that showcases his skills and accomplishments. He has experience as a research assistant at Tampere University, Finland, where he worked on the design and development of nanophotonic structures
and the characterization of those structures.
Reuben is also a member of is a student member of Photonics Finland, Optica, and Photonics Ghana, an organization that promotes the development of photonics research and education in Ghana. His involvement in this organization reflects his commitment to advancing the field of photonics and helping to create opportunities for other researchers and students in the field.
Overall, Reuben Amedalor is a driven and ambitious individual who is pursuing his academic and personal goals with dedication and enthusiasm. He wishes himself the best of luck in his studies and future endeavors.