About Faculty

 | Post date: 2023/09/2 | 

Faculty of Physics:
 

The Faculty of Physics consists of three groups of Atomic-Molecular, Solid State and Astronomy and High-Energy, which has 20 faculty members and more than 350 students at various levels in various fields in various fields of physics, especially topics. Such as plasma, medical plasma, new energies, photonics, biofolios, lasers, computational physics, nano-physics, gravity and black holes, string theory, cosmology, astronomy and astrophysics.

The Faculty of Physics has 4 faculty members, 1 associate professor, 14 assistant professors and 1 trainer.

The research activities of the various groups are summarized as follows.

Atomic & Molecular Group:

    Plasma Medical and Plasma:

The medical field first began working in Iran and at Kharazmi University.

This group is equipping an advanced laboratory in the field of plasma and medical plasma.

There are several students studying and doing research in the plasma trends at the undergraduate and Ph.D. levels.

Faculty members active in these fields of research include Dr. Hassan Mahdian (professor), Dr. Ali Hassanbighi (Associate Professor) and Dr. Kamal Haji Sharifi (assistant professor).

 

    Photonics, Nanophotonic and Biofootonic and Nanophysics:

This group has 4 advanced research laboratories. In these labs in the field of nano-physics, solar cells, synthesizing and investigating nanoscale material properties, advanced optics, nonlinear optical materials, laser interaction and materials, bio-optics, and related subjects at the master's and doctoral level are carrying out various research projects. is.

Faculty members active in these fields are Dr. Mohammad Hossein Majlesara (professor), Dr. Somayeh Salmani (assistant professor) and Dr. Khalkhali (assistant professor).

 

    Laser theorem:

At the Faculty of Physics, research activities and numerous dissertations on theoretical laser are conducted at the master's and doctorate level.

Mr. Jafar Jahanpanah (professor) is working in this field.

 

Solid state group:

    Solid state theory:

 In the field of simulation, magnetic material of theoretical nano-physics, DFT, and related subjects, many activities are underway at the undergraduate and Ph.D. levels.

Faculty members active in this field include Dr. Faramarz Khanouri (assistant professor), Dr. Mohammad Bagher Fathi (assistant professor), Dr. Fahimeh Karimipour (assistant professor), Dr. Khalkhali (assistant professor), and Dr. Ali Esfandiar (assistant professor).

 

    Solid state Applied:

The Faculty of Physics has two research laboratories in the field, one of which has a very advanced layout device that is unmatched in the Middle East. In these laboratories, different types of solids, especially in the field of new energies such as solar cells, optical and electrical properties of thin films and related subjects, are carried out.

The faculty members are Dr. Mohammad Esmaeil Azim Iragi (Professor) and Dr Nima Arjomandi (assistant professor).

 

    Computational Physics:

At the Faculty of Physics, there are extensive activities in the field of computational physics, simulation of physical phenomena and related subjects at the master's and doctoral levels.

The faculty member is Dr. Faramarz Khanouri (assistant professor).

 

Astronomy and High Energy Group

    In the field of astronomy, extensive activities are done by faculty members both in the promotion of science and in the pursuit of astronomical research.

The Physics Faculty Observatory, located at the Karaj campus, includes various activities including observations of various astronomical phenomena with very good accuracy and theoretical calculations of these phenomena.

The faculty member in these fields is Dr. Farzan Momeni (assistant professor).

 

    In the field of fundamental particle physics, string theory, gravity, black hole physics, AdS / CFT duality, basic cosmology and data analysis, excellent research is done at the master's and doctorate levels.

Faculty members active in these fields are Dr. Shahram Khosravi (assistant professor), Dr. Solomeh Khomeini Moghadam (assistant professor), Dr. Ali Vahedi (assistant professor), Dr. Saeed Tavasoli (assistant professor) and Dr. Mohammad Ali Ganjali (assistant professor).



History:

     In 1391, the faculty of physics separated from the Faculty of Science and independently continued its work under the name of the Faculty of Physics.

Education:

The Faculty of Physics consists of three main groups of Atomic-Molecular, Solid State and Astronomy-High-Energy physics, which has 19 faculty members and more than 350 students at various levels, is active in various fields of physics, especially plasma, medical plasma, new energies, photonics, biophotonics, lasers, computational physics, nano-physics, gravity and black holes, string theory, cosmology, astronomy and astrophysics.

The Faculty of Physics has 19 faculty members, including 4 professors, 4 associate professors, 12 assistant professors and 1 lecturer.

 It also has facilities such as: three  different research centers including: 1-laser and optics 2- solid state physics 3- plasma physics, specialist library, well equipped laboratories and computer sites for graduate students and observatory.

 It should be noted that the field of plasma medicine was first established in the country at Kharazmi University.

This faculty has students undergraduate, graduate and PhD levels in various branches as follows:

Department

Fields and Branches

Bachelor

Masters

PHD

A) Atomic molecular

1-Atomic molecular Physics

2-Engineering of Physics (Laser and Optics)

3-Engineering of Physics (Plasma)

1- Optics

2-Plasma

3-Laser physics

4-Photonics

5-Nanophysics (Nano Science and Technology)

1- Plasma

2-Optics

3-Laser physics

4-Plasma Medical

B) Solid state

1-Solid State Physics

2- Engineering of Physics (Solid State)

1-Experimental Condensed Matter

2-Theoretical dense matter

1-Experimental Condensed Matter

2-Theoretical dense matter

C) Astronomy and High-Energy

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1-Astronomical physics

2- Gravity and Black holes

3- Cosmologies

4- String Theory

1-Astronomical physics

2- Gravity and Black holes

3- Cosmologies

4- String Theory

Research:

The research activities of the various groups are summarized as follows.

  1. Atomic & Molecular Group:
  1. Medical Plasma and Plasma physics:

The medical field first began working in Iran at Kharazmi University. The group is equipping an advanced laboratory for plasma and medical plasma.

There are many students studying and conducting research in the plasma trends in the Master and Ph.D. degrees.

Faculty members active in these fields of research are Dr. Hasan Mahdian (Professor), Dr. Ali Hasanbeigi (Associate Professor) and Dr. Kamal Haji Sharifi (Assistant Professor).

  

  1. Photonics, Nanophotonic, Biophotonics and Nanophysics:

This group has 4 advanced research laboratories. In these laboratories, many activites in the field of nanoscience, solar cells, synthesizing and investigating the properties of nanoscale materials, advanced optics, nonlinear optical materials, laser interactions and materials, bio-optics, and related subjects at the master's and doctoral level are doing.

Faculty members active in these fields are Dr. Mohammad Hossein Majlesra (Professor), Dr. Somayeh Salmani (Assistant Professor) and Dr. Mohammad Hossein Khalkhali (Assistant Professor) and Dr.Esmaeel Heydari (Assistant Professor).    Dr.Esmaeel Heydari (Assistant Professor)

  1. Theoretical Laser:

At the Faculty of Physics, research activities and numerous dissertations on theoretical laser are conducted at the master's and doctorate levels. The main goal of this group is based on researches on theoretical approaches for studying lasers properties in advanced level.

Dr. Jafar Jahanpanah (Professor) is the head of these research topics.

  1. Solid State Group:
  1. Solid State Theory:

 In the field of simulation, the magnetic material of theoretical nano-physics, DFT, and related topics, many activities are underway at the master's and doctorate levels.

Faculty members active in this field include Dr. Faramarz Kanjouri (Assistant Professor), Dr. Mohammad Bagher Fathi (Assistant Professor), Dr. Fahimeh Karimipour (Assistant Professor), Dr. Mohammad Hossein Khalkhali (Assistant Professor), and Dr. Salman Mohajer (Assistant Professor).

  1. Applied Solid State:

The Faculty of Physics has two research laboratories in the field, one of which has a very advanced layout that is notorious for the Middle East. In these laboratories, different types of solids, in particular in the field of new energies such as solar cells, optical and electrical properties of thin films and related subjects with the concentration on coating are being investigated.

Dr. Mohammad Esmaeil Azim Araghi (Professor) is the head of the field.

  1. Computational Physics:

In the Faculty of Physics, extensive activities are undertaken in the fields of computational physics, simulation of physical phenomena and related subjects at the master's and doctoral levels.

The faculty member is Dr. Faramarz Kanjouri (Assistant Professor)

  1. Astronomy-High Energy Group:

In the field of Astronomy-High Energy Group, extensive activities are carried out by faculty members both in the promotion of science and in the field of astronomical research.

  1. Theoretical Particle physics:

Theoretical Particle physics group studies on fields of fundamental particle physics, string theory, gravity, black hole physics, AdS / CFT duality, primary cosmology and data analysis and excellent research is done at the master's and doctorate levels.

Faculty members active in these fields are Dr. Shahram Khosravi (Assistant Professor), Dr. Ali Vahedi (Assistant Professor), Dr. Saeed Tavassoli (Assistant Professor) and Dr. Mohammad Ali Ganjali (Assistant Professor).

  1. Astronomy:

The astronomy section research program aims not only at understanding the main issue of modern physical astronomy but also develop it for popular science. Also the study of different object related to observation is one of the main goals of this section.

The Physics Faculty Observatory, located at the Karaj campus, involves various activities including observations of various astronomical phenomena with good accuracy and theoretical calculations of these phenomena.

Dr Farzan Momeni (Assistant Professor) is the head of this section.

 


Karaj campus

Alborz Province is one of the 31 provinces of Iran, centered in Karaj.
Situated northwest of Tehran, the Province of Alborz has 6 counties, Karaj County, Savojbolagh County, Taleqan County, Eshtehard County, Fardis County and Nazarabad County. Karaj is the seat of the province. Alborz Province is situated 35 km west of Tehran, at the foothills of the Alborz mountains, and is Iran's smallest province in area.
According to the National Census, in 2011 population of Alborz was 2,412,513 out of which 90,5% lived in urban areas.
 

Get in

By Train: Karaj is easily accessible using the metro system of Tehran. Line 5 takes passengers to the city in less than an hour. There are 3 metro stations in Karaj at the east, center and west. The trains are very comfortable and the price is 1200 Tomans.  It takes 15 minutes from Golshahr stations to university by taxi(Van).

By Car: Karaj is connected to Qazvin (80km) in the west and Tehran (35km) in the east. It takes less than an hour to drive from Tehran to Karaj. From Mazandaran province Karaj is connected to Chalous city by the famous Chalous road. It is one of the most beautiful roads of Iran, which runs between mountains. However it is not recommended in the winter season because the road may become a little slippery because of possible snow.
By Taxi: There are many taxi routes which are between Tehran and Karaj, most of which pass through Tehran-Karaj Highway. The best places where you can get a taxi to Karaj in Tehran are: Azadi Square, Vanak Square, Tajrish Square etc.
 

See

Karaj has a very pleasant climate in all four seasons. It is very famous for the natural attractions. The stunning Alborz Mountainrange provide a natural beauty to the landscape of Karaj. Karaj is also the starting point for a pleasant drive along spectacular Chalous road forced north through the alborz mountain to the Caspian Sea.
  • The stony fire-temple of Takht-e-Rostam belong to Parthians and Sassanian eras,
  • Shams Palace also called as Pearl palace remained from Pahlavi dynasty. It is located in Mehrshahr district. It was built in 1966 for Shams, the twin sister of Mohammad Reza Shah. The whole complex is around 50,000 square ft. There is an artificial lake surrounding the main building.
  • Soleimanieh palace (which is currently part of the Agriculture faculty of University of Tehran), once inside the university, you can visit the Museum of Zoology and
  • Shah Abbasi Caravanserai(from Safavid Era),
  • pre-Islamic bridge
  • Mausoleum of Shahzadeh Soleiman are among Karaj's cutural heritage.
  • Imamzadeh Hasan a mosque and tomb to one of Shiaa Imamzadehs.
  • Taleghan town an amazing old town beside Karaj with stunning landscapes of lakes and mountains. Beside that, Taleqan is quite rich in culture and history. There are numerous pre Islamic and medieval fortresses. The most famous are Arjang qale, Qale Keiqobad, Qale Mansoor, Qale Dokhtar and so on. There is a graveyard which dates back to Iron age and several tombs around the town. A glacier is located near Khodkavand Village beside Taleqan. The town itself has a very old structure, in which most of buildings are from several centuries ago.
  • Gachsar on Chalus road. It is very famous for its Annual Tulip Festival. The mountains and the road which runs through the forests makes it one of the most beautiful roads of Iran. There are a lot of different types of traditional restaurants(Sofre khane, Kababi, and so on) on its way which let you enjoy various types of Iranian foods beside Cahlous river in the forest.
  • Urs Tree a 2500 years old tree located at Shahrestunak, a beautiful village near Karaj. It is 17meters high.
  • Baraghan is a small village near Karaj with a fascinating nature. It is surrounded by a forest with a lot of trees which possess different colors from green, yellow, orange and red. The Village which has a very long history, is preserved well. In Baraghan you can visit a 700 years old mosque, the Greater Hussainieh, a Safavid era bridge and several other things. Baraghan is home town of some of leading figures of Iranian contemporary history including Shahid e Sales and Fatemeh Baraghani the founder of Baiani faith. To get to Baraghan you can take a taxi from Baghestan district of Karaj. Another route is through Kordan village.
  • Apple Garden a huge garden located at Mehrshahr. It makes stunning landscapes in spring and summer. It is 400 Hectares and located near Shams Palace.
  • Yakhmorad cave a very interesting cave in Gachsar area. It is located 2640m above the sea level. The best time of the year to visit it is February-April and it is characterized by amazing icicles. The other unique feature of this cave is that it consists of different floors. The fossils of molluscs at its entrance suggest that the cave used to be beneath the seas 50 million years ago.
  • Atashgah Atashgah is a village, which lies deep in the Alborz mountain range north of Karaj. It needs 20 km of drive in a very beautiful road. The village is very old, and has a lot of ancient structures. One of the most interesting things is Atashgah itself. It means the Zoroastrian fire temple. It belongs to preIslamic era, possibly during Sassanid Empire.

Do

  • Hiking Azimie mountain is very fun activity. On Fridays, a lot of people come there for Picnic and spending the weekend from the early morning. The mountain is easy to climb but gives opportunity to meet a lot of people. Climbing takes 2 to 3 hours to first peak. There are different routes for coming back. The nearest one ends in a spring with a pleasant water drink which is located in a small park with some of facilities for exercise, relaxing as well as Tea houses. The other route continues to Chalous Road which has stunning nature during spring and fall but it needs probably half a day to come back to the city.
  • Amir Kabir dam lake in the road of Chalus. This area is used for sports such as canoeing, fishing, water skiing, swimming and gliding. The lake behind the dam makes a stunning view to enjoy your time.
  • Skiing Karaj surrounded by mountains provides an amazing spot for skiing. There are a lot of resorts around it. Dizin Ski resort is one of the oldest and the longest route in whole middle east and one of the longest in the world. The other resorts are Khur ski resort and so on. All of them provide all services including cable cars, equipment renting etc.
  • Khanevadeh Park - biking roads.
  • Road to Chaloos which is the most beautiful road in Iran.
  • Varian Village; the only means of accessibility to the village of Varian is by canoe from the lake of the dam.

 
 




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