Sunday, November 26, 2017
Part of the Particle Physics and High-Energy Accelerators Lecture

The Physics Department at the Arab American University organized a Masterclass in Particle Physics and High-Energy Accelerators for the second year in a row as part of the “Physics without Frontiers” by the International Centre for Theoretical Physics ICTP, Italy.

The Masterclass supervised by Dean of Faculty of Science Muaiad Abu Saa, faculty member at Physics Department Dr. Adli Saleh, and a number of researchers and students.

Sunday, September 17, 2017
Researcher Qutaiba Abdullhadi Al-Karam Thesis Defense

Researchher Qutaiba Abdullhadi Al-Karam, physics student at the Arab American University Faculty of Graduate Studies, defended his master thesis titled “Resistance Spectrum, Structural Properties and Depending on Composite Ceramics Temperature”.

In his thesis, he explored some of the bismuth zinc niobium oxide ceramic composed with lanthanum characteristics, due to its famous high insulation application. Lanthanum concentration was changed in the range x =0.10 – x =0.22. X-ray diffraction analysis showed that ceramics grow individually from 33 – 57 nm when lanthanum concentration increases from 0.10 – 0.20.

Sunday, July 23, 2017
Researcher Olfat Abdelfattah Omarieh Physics student at Faculty of Graduate Studies

Researcher Olfat Abdelfattah Omarieh, Physics student at Arab American University Faculty of Graduate Studies, defended her master thesis titled “Physical Design and Diagnosis of Germanium / Indium Selenide / Gallium Sulfide Hybrid Devices”.

The researcher discussed diagnosing hybrid formula, manufactured from germanium, indium selenide and gallium sulfide chips, 200 nanometers thick each. Also using two layers of germanium and indium selenide as a base to sediment gallium sulfide. Those chips made using physical evaporation method. Structural and photodynamic studies, resistance spectrum, voltage curves and flow proved that this hybrid formula sounds promising to use in micro-transistors as it works like plasmodium devices and microwave resonator.



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