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Sameen Ahmed Khan

  • PhD
  • Assistant Ptofessor
  • Dhofar University
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Research interests

Mathematical Physics

About

Dr. Sameen Ahmed Khan an Assistant Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Sciences, Dhofar University, Salalah, Sultanate of Oman (http://www.du.edu.om/). He did PhD on the Quantum theory of charged-particle beam optics, from the Institute of Mathematical Sciences (MATSCIENCE/IMSc), Chennai, India, under the supervision of Prof. Ramaswamy Jagannathan. He did Post-Doctoral research at the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN), Padova, Italy and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), Cuernavaca, México. He has twelve years of teaching experience in Oman. He has developed a unified treatment of light beam optics and light polarization using quantum methodologies. This formalism describes the beam-optics and light polarization from a parent Hamiltonian, which is exact and derived from the Maxwell's equations. He has presented his work at numerous conferences across the continents. He has authored three books; eight book chapters; and about sixty technical publications in journals and proceedings of repute. He has over 200 publications on science popularization. Dr. Sameen is a Member of the Working Group, “Ibn Al Haytham” set-up by the International Steering Committee of the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies. He is a signatory to six of the Reports on the upcoming International Linear Collider. Further details at http://SameenAhmedKhan.webs.com/

Co-authors (11)

Publications

Iran launches the mustafa prize for sciences

  • Khan S
Current Science (2016)
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2015 Declared the international year of light and light-based technologies

  • Khan S
Current Science (2014)
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Farey sequences and resistor networks

  • Khan S
Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences: Mathematical Sciences (2012)
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Medieval Arab understanding of the rainbow formation [1]

  • Khan S
Europhysics News (2006)
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The Foldy-Wouthuysen transformation technique in optics

  • Khan S
Optik (2006)
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Professional experience

Assistant Ptofessor

Dhofar University

September 2015 - Present

Education history

PhD

University of Madras

August 1991 - September 1997(6 years)