Profile

College / Department

Teaching areas

All courses offered by Physics Department

Research areas

My research interests have evolved from f-electron systems to complex magnetic oxides, the recurring themes being the study of correlated electron materials and the use of neutron scattering methods. I have been investigating a wide range of perovskite systems, mainly cobaltites and manganites. These transition metals oxides have a very diverse range of physical properties from a wide variety of magnetic orderings to metal-insulator transitions, spin-state transitions.

Education

BsC, Yarmouk University, Jordan, 1994
MsC, New Mexico State University, USA, 2004
PhD, New Mexico State University, USA, 2007

Professional experience

Sample synthesis and structural characterization using x-ray diffraction.
High magnetic fields and helium cryogenics expertise
Physical property characterization techniques
Multiple neutron scattering techniques

Memberships

American Physical Society (APS), neutron scattering society of america (NSSA)
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