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Full Name: 
Mohammad Khalil Mohammad Elsaid
Gender: 
Male
Birthday: 
Thu, 1958-07-10
Martial Status: 
Married

Contact Information

Faculty: 
Science
Email addresses: 
[email protected]
Office Phone: 
+970 9 2345113 Ext (2317)
Country: 
Palestine

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About me: 

Short Curriculum Vitae

Education: 
  • "Doctor of Philosophy" (Ph.D. in Physics), Middle East Technical University (METU) Thesis "Properties of Shallow Impurities in Quantum Wells" (Theoretical Work), Ankara, Turkey, 1986-1990.
  • "Master of Science" (M.Sc. in Physics) METU, Thesis" Quarkonium With WKB Approximation, (Theoretical Work), Ankara, 1984-1985.
  • "Bachelor of Science" (B.Sc. in Physics). University of Jordan, Amman Jordan, 1977-1981.
Employment history: 
  • 2010- Continue , Professor of Pysics , An-Najah National University,Nablus ,Palestine .
  • 2005-2010 , Professor of Physics , University of Hail (UOH ), Dept. of Physics.
  • 1.9.2000-2005 , Professor of Physics ,King Fahed University of Petroleum and Minerals ( KFUPM )/ Hail Community College (HCC), Dept. of Science , Hail, Saudi Arabia.
  • 13.11.1999-31.8.2000, Professor of Physics, EMU, G. Mağusa, Mersin 10, Turkey.
  • 2. 1.2.1994-12.11.1999, Assoc. Prof. of Physics, EMU, G. Mağusa, N. Cyprus, Turkey.
  • 7.10.1990-31.1.1993, Assist. Professor, Department of Physics, EMU, G. Mağusa, N.Cyprus, Turkey.
  • 2.1.1987-7.10.1990, Research Assistant, Department of Physics, METU, Ankara, Turkey.
Research Interests: 
  • I have done various contributions to the subject Semiconductor Nanostructures by solving the Impurity Hamiltonian for systems with reduced dimensions under the effects of applied Magnetic Field (Zeeman Effect) and Electric Field (Stark Effect). Different quantum methods are implemented to calculate the eigenenergies of the systems with different Dimensionalities .We have also studied the electronic and optical properties of semiconductor nanostructures like: 1) Quantum Wells (2D), 2) Quantum Well Wires (1D) 3) Quantum Dots (0D). 4) Quantum Rings (QRs) 5) Graphene Nanotubes and Nanoribbons These Nanostructure Systems, which have characteristic lengths comparable to the electron Compton wavelength, are considered, in deed, as Quantum LABS where you can design artificially the desired quantum systems and test the laws of Quantum Physics.
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