Profile

College / Department

Teaching areas

Undergraduate Physics; Experiment & Theory

Research areas

Dr. Hasan has completed his PhD from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA. Heavy-ion interaction of 24Mg + 24Mg at 60 MeV lab energy was conducted utilizing the Argonne National Laboratory facility. His areas of research are: the experimental study of heavy-ion reactions; a study of the formation, equilibration and the de-excitation processes of the compound nucleus formed in fusion-fission collisions, and a study of atomic and molecular interactions; and a study of charge-transfer processes.

Education

B. Sc. in physics, June 1976, The University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan.
M. Sc. in Atomic Physics, May 1984, University of Louisiana, Department of Physics
Ph.D. in Experimental Nuclear Physics, December 1993, University of Kansas, Department ofPhysics and Astronomy, Lawrence, Kansas.

Professional experience

American University of Sharjah: Professor 2010-present
American University of Sharjah: Associate Professor: 2003-2010
University of Sharjah: Assistant Professor:1998-2003.

Memberships

Editorial Board Member SJPShttp://www.sjps.org/ Referee:Physical Review & Research International Referee:Journal of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physicshttp://www.hindawi.com/journals/jamop/editors.html. Referee: Journal of Chromatography A.