Physics, College of Arts & Sciences
UP Patterson Hall 103
Muhammad Khizar received his Ph.D. from the Department of Physics and Optical Sciences, Center for Optoelectronics and Optical Communication, UNC Charlotte in 2007. Dr. Khizar is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at the Department of Physics, University of South Dakota. He is engaged on the design and development of high purity single crystal Germanium radiation detector and high efficiency, low cost solar cells technology.
Quantum Mechanics, Detector Physics, Integrated Photonics, Semiconductor Materials and Devices, Applied Optics, Applied course on Solid State Physics and Engineering
•Radiation detectors, Nanoelectronics and Photonics (Including III - V Materials and Devices), Optical Materials and Photonic Devices, Quantum Engineering, Silicon Devices and Fabrication) . Underground Science, Radiation Detector and Sensors Technology •Modeling and Simulation of light emitting diodes and laser diodes •Engineering Management •Thin film Si/Ge solar Cells Technology •Advance ceramic materials synthesis •Bioelectronics Engineering (Including Bioinstrumentation) . Advance Material Science and Engineering . Nanotechnology
- Ph D, Interdisciplinary Physics and Optical Engineering, University of North Carolina, 2007
- MS, Applied Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, 1995
- MS, Applied Physics, Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad, 1993