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Image:Murtaza.jpg| [http://lums.edu.pk/sbasse/physics/member-details.php/murtaza.saleem Dr. Murtaza Saleem] joins Physlab as the Senior Research Scientist. He is a Ph.D from University of the Punjab and has a vast experience in the fields of Material Science, Experimental Plasma Physics, Crystallography, Chemical Physics, Magnetic Materials as well as theoretical materials simulation techniques.  
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Image:Murtaza.jpg| [http://lums.edu.pk/sbasse/physics/member-details.php/murtaza.saleem Dr. Murtaza Saleem] joins us as Senior Research Scientist (in Electron Microscopy). He is a Ph.D from University of the Punjab and has considerable technical experience in the fields of materials, plasma, magnetism and first principles simulations of materials.
Image:magneto_optical_article.JPG| An article on [https://www.osapublishing.org/ao/viewmedia.cfm?uri=ao-54-17-5549&seq=0 Ultralarge magneto-optic rotations and rotary dispersion in terbium gallium garnet single crystal] is published in Applied Optics. The article describes how rotary dispersion data can be used to model Faraday rotation based on an effective electric dipole transition, calculating the transition probability in the process.
Image:magneto_optical_article.JPG| An article on [https://www.osapublishing.org/ao/viewmedia.cfm?uri=ao-54-17-5549&seq=0 Ultralarge magneto-optic rotations and rotary dispersion in terbium gallium garnet single crystal] is published in Applied Optics. The article describes how rotary dispersion data can be used to model Faraday rotation based on an effective electric dipole transition, calculating the transition probability in the process.

Revision as of 05:59, 1 September 2015

The following are the goals of the SSE Physics Lab:

1. Preparing an institutional and national platform for student-driven experimental research in physics.
2. Indigenous development of experiments for the laboratory and demonstrations for the classroom environment.
3. Training SSE students in world class experimental physics through required and optional lab courses.
4. Sharing expertise, resources and training in physics education with sister institutions and organizations in the country and the region.

Round-up: A round-up of Physlab's activities over the past five years. Written by Sabieh Anwar (January 2015).


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