|Phone:||+ 39 02 50317653|
|PhD School Cycle:||25|
|Research Area:||Non-Neutral Plasma (Trap Physics)|
|Bio:||Muhammad Ikram Safi graduated (BSc) from the Peshawar university, Pakistan in 1997. He obtained a Master of Science in Physics from the Gomal University, Pakistan in 2000 with the dissertation “The Study of Radioactive Decay of Cs137” and a Master of Philosophy in Physics from the Physics department Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, Pakistan in 2003 with the thesis “Langmuir Probe Measurements of AC Discharge Plasmas”. In his thesis spectroscopic and Langmuir probe measurements are used to characterize the argon glow discharge plasma generated by a radio-frequency power source. |
He was junior and then senior research associate in the Experimental Plasma Physics Laboratory of the Quaid-i-Azam university Islamabad (February 2001 to April 2004). Later on he joined the Department of Physics of the Hazara University as a Lecturer (July 2004) and then Assistant Professor of Physics (February 2009 to now). He is currently on study leave for a PhD in the Plasma Physics group of the University of Milano. The main subject of his thesis is the radio-frequency generation of an electron plasma in a Malmberg-Penning trap and its interaction with a continuous or pulsed electron beam within the framework of the INFN experiment ELEBEAM.