Grzegorz Fusiek

Research Fellow

Personal Statement

I am a Research Fellow in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde and a senior member of the Advanced Sensors Team within the Institute for Energy and Environment. My research concentrates on the design and development of optical sensors and sensor systems for applications in many industrial sectors including power and energy, oil and gas, nuclear and civil engineering.

I am a member of the IET, the IEEE, the OSA and a Fellow of the HEA.

Research Interests

Design and development of fibre-optic sensor systems dedicated for static and dynamic measurements of temperature, pressure, voltage, current, strain and vibration signature that can be utilised for

  • Electrical plant monitoring
  • Power system protection and metering
  • Power system fault detection
  • Nuclear fusion and fission reactor diagnostics
  • Harsh environment
  • Downhole monitoring
  • Remote monitoring
  • Structural health monitoring
  • Wind turbine foundation monitoring

Expertise & Capabilities

  • Design and development of fibre optic sensors based predominantly on spectrally encoded sensors such as fibre Bragg gratings (FBG) and Fabry-Perot (FP) Interferometers
  • Designing, modelling and prototyping electronic hardware and opto-electronic and fibre-optic systems including sensor interrogation systems
  • Optical sensors fabrication, encapsulation and packaging
  • Development of fibre-to-metal hermetic bonds and seals
  • Data acquisition and signal generation
  • Signal processing and data analysis
  • Condition monitoring and data interpretation
  • Real-time monitoring
  • Software development
  • Hardware and software integration
  • Network communication
  • LabVIEW programming
  • FEM modelling

Teaching Interests

  • EE108/19260 Electrical Circuits Tutor
  • EE979 Systems Engineering Project Tutor
  • Final Year Project/MSc/MPhil Student Co-supervisor
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