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Farzan Momeni

Scientific Position: Assistant Professor

Address: Faculty of Physics, Kharazmi University, P.O.Box 15614, Tehran, Iran

Phone:  +982188309294

Fax:+982188309294

Email:  momeni@khu.ac.ir

 


Education

Ph.D.: Astrophysics, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Iran

M.Sc.: Astrophysics, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Iran

B.Sc.: Applied Physics, Department of Physics, Sharif University of Technology, Iran


Research Interests

Theoretical Astrophysics, Astrometry, Statistical Mechanics, New Energies, Physics Education, Philosophy of Science.


Courses

 

Bs.c courses

  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Mathematical Physics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Statistics Mechanics
  • Modern Physics
  • Astronomy
  • Special Relativity
  • Elementary Particles
  • Analytical Mechanics
  • Philosophy of Science

 

Ms.c courses

  • Astronomical Physics
  • Statistics Mechanics
  • Advanced Quantum Mechanics
  • Classical Mechanics

 


References

 

Books Translated to Persian:

Astronomy Today

Eric Chaisson

Steve McMillan

 

 


Journal Articles

[1]F. Momeni, On the Possibility of Direct Conversion of Solar Energy to Mechanical Work , Energy Sources A  38 (8), p. 1089-1095 (2016).

 

[2]F. Momeni, et al., Determination of the Sun's and the Moon's sizes and distances: Revisiting the Aristarchus' Method, accepted for publication in American Journal of Physics (2016).

 

[3]F. Momeni, Making and Analyzing Dynamical Prototypes of Bird-Like Wings, Journal of  Modares Mechanical Engineering 14 (15), p. 17-23 (2015).

 

[4]F. Momeni and J. Samimi, Towards an Environmental Explanation for GRBs' Logarithmic Duration Distribution, Acta Physica Polonica B 45, p. 959-984 (2014).

 

[5]F. Momeni, Let us derive Lorentz Transformation Equations through a more heuristic way for students, Latin-American Journal of Physics Education 8 (1),      p.  174-172(2014).

 

[6]F. Momeni and J. Samimi, Effective Compton Cross-Section in Non- Degenerate High-Temperature Media, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy & Radiative Transfer 95, p. 61-69 (2005).

 


List of papers presented in conferences

 

  1. F. Momeni, Accretion Discs . 1st Meeting on Research in Astronomy.  Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences , Zanjan (1997).
  2. F. Momeni, Gamma Ray Bursts . 6th Meeting on Research in Astronomy.  Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences , Zanjan (2002).
  3. F. Momeni, A Dense Cloud Mode for GRBs, 4th National Meeting on Cosmology, Sharif University of Technology (2006).
  4. F. Momeni, TZOs as GRB Sources, 10th Meeting on Research in Astronomy.  Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Tehran (2004).
  5. F. Momeni, Photon-Electron Cross Section in Compact Stars, 11th Meeting on Research in Astronomy.  Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan (2005).
  6. F. Momeni, Will our Planet Be Destroyed in 2012? American Association of Physics Teachers (2011).
  7. F. Momeni, Dancing interference of visual light, American Association of Physics Teachers (2011).
  8. S. F. Mirhashemi  and F. Momeni, The Connection Between Superluminal Neutrinos and Dark Matter, 8th National Meeting in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran (2015).
  9. A. Pakniyat and F. Momeni, A Fuzzy Expert System for Star Classification,  4th Iranian Joint Congress on Fuzzy and Intelligent Systems, Sistan and Baluchestan U., Zahedan (2014).

 


 

Thesis and Dissertations

Title

Student

Graduated

The Study of Configuration of Crystallized Core and Electronic Energy Levels of a Neutron Star

Mohammad Pouranvari

2012

Numerical  Solving  of  Many-Body  Problem  in  Newtonian  Gravity,  and  its Planetary  Applications

Marjan Nikdast

2012

Modeling of the Apparent Movement of Far Celestial Objects on the Sky Sphere

 

Shahram Dehvan

2012

Effective Thompson Cross-Section for the Degenerate

Electron Gas

Mozhgan Shahbazi

2013

Determination of the Moon's and the Sun's Dimensions, and their Distances from the Earth, through Studying the Moon's Phases and Eclipse

Elnaz Mehdizade Asiaban

2013

The Prediction of Solar and Lunar Eclipses on the Basis of Celestial Dynamics in the Observatory of Kharazmi University

Zohre Dadejani

2013

The Consideration of Fine Effects in Prediction of Lunar and Solar Eclipses in Kharazmi University Observatory

Ahdiye Ebadi

2015

Effective Klein-Neshina Cross Section for Classic Ultra-relativistic

Electron Gas with Power Law Energy Distribution

Maryam

Forghani

2015

Massive Neutrino and its Connection with Dark Matter

Atena Yazdani

2015

Determination of the Beginning of Lunar Months

in Kharazmi University Observatory

Mehri Pajoohi

2016

Monitoring of the Solar System Objects and Determining Their Orbits and Trajectories in Kharazmi University Observatory

Sedighe Hosseinmohammad

2016