Farida Selim, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy Department
Joined the faculty in 2013
I use positron annihilation spectroscopy, perturbed angular correlation and other advanced spectroscopy techniques to study condensed matter systems. Current research activities include study of diluted magnetic semiconductors for spintronics, study of exciton dynamics in photonic materials and study of wide band-gap semiconductors for optoelectronics. Other research interests include physics of antimatter interactions and in flight positron-electron annihilation.
Book: Zinc Oxide, The Future Material for Electronics, A Comprehensive Review on ZnO Physics and Defects, Editor: Farida Selim, ISBN: 978-81-308-0392, Research Signpost, 2010, under release.
Center for Photochemical Sciences
Bowling Green State University
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