Research

He has taught different courses for graduate and under graduate students including, Plasma Physics for BS and MS students, Electrodynamics for MS students, Electromagnetisms I and II, Mathematical Physics I, II and III, Fundamental Physics I and II, General Physics I and II for non-physics majors, Classical Mechanics I and II, Special Topics in Plasma Physics and Nonlinear Optics for MS students, Technical English Language for Physics and Engineering Students. He is the author of a textbook entitled “Technical English for physicists” published by the University of Mohaghegh Ardabili Publishing Centre (2017) which is taught for the under graduate physics students. His knowledge of English and Russian languages helps him to use some original references for teaching different courses with high quality.

Interests

  • Plasma Medicine
  • Nano-plasma
  • UHF Electronics
  • Laser-Plasma Interaction
  • Laser-Nanoparticles Interaction
  • Instabilities in Plasma
  • Free Electron Laser
  • Electrodynamic Phenomena
  • Nonlinear Optics
  • Plasmonics
  • Theoretical Nano-optics

Current Group Members

Current Group Members …

Asef Kheirandish

PhD Student

Ramin Rozedar Moghadam

Ramin Rozedar Moghadam

PhD Student

Research Projects

  • Nonlinear Optic

    Nonlinear Optic

    dynamics of the interaction of intense electromagnetic fields with metallic nanoparticles

    The study of the dynamics of the interaction of intense electromagnetic fields with metallic nanoparticles is a great interest of some applied nonlinear phenomena in nano-optics and plasmonics. These phenomena include harmonics generation, nano-focusing, self-focusing, nonlinear modes and nano-waveguiding. Using a relativistic modified Drude model, we analytically solve the motion equations of conduction electrons of spherical nanoparticles in a linear chain interacting with a linearly-polarized laser propagating perpendicular to the symmetry axis of the chain.