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Dr. Muddasir Ali Shah
Assistant Professor
Department of Physics

SNS
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
NUST-School of Natural Sciences,Sector H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel : +92 51 9085 5592

Specialization
Plasma Physics

Education
PhD, Physics(GCU Lahore, Pakistan)

Education:

  • 2012: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Physics, Government College University, Lahore.
  • 2007: Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Physics, Government College University, Lahore.
  • 2003: Master of Science (MSc), Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.
  • 2000: Bachelor of Science (BSc), Punjab University.

Research interests:

  • My research interest is in Kinetic theory of Plasma waves. We use Non-Relativistic and Relativistic Distribution functions corresponding to different environments where we study the behavior of plasma, plasma waves and instabilities. 

Research Students (MPhil):

  •     Azra Kalsoom, 2012

Research ​Publications:
 
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​1. “Propagation of Ordinary and Extraordinary Modes in Ultra-Relativistic Maxwellian Electron Plasma” Muddasir Ali, Sadia Zaheer and G. Murtaza, Progress of Theoretical Physics 124, 1083 (2010). Impact factor: 2.553
​2. “Relativistic Bernstein waves in a degenerate plasma” Muddasir Ali, Azhar Hussain and G. Murtaza, Physics of Plasmas 18, 092104 (2011). Impact factor: 2.320
​3. “Study of high frequency parallel propagating modes in a weakly magnetized relativistic degenerate electron plasma” Gohar Abbas, M. Fraz Bashir, Muddasir Ali, and G. Murtaza, Physics of Plasmas 19, 032103 (2012).​
​4. ​Z. Iqbal, A. Hussain, G. Murtaza and Mudassir Ali Shah, On the damping of right hand circularly polarized waves in spin quantum plasmas, Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 21, 2014, Pages 10, IF 2.249
​5. ​M. Jamil, Mudassir Ali Shah, A. Rasheed, K. Zubia, and M. Salimullah, Dust-lower-hybrid instability with fluctuating charge in quantum plasmas, Physics of Plasmas, Vol. 22, 2015, Pages 5, IF 2.249​

Courses Taught

  •     Thermal Physics
  •     Electromagnetism 
  •     Plasma Physics