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Name: Prof. Dr. Farhan Saif
Designation: Professor
Department: Physics


Qualifications:

M.Sc, Department of Physics QAU (Gold Medal)
MPhil, Department of Electronics QAU (World Lab Fellow)
Doctorate, Department of Physics, University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany
Post Doc, University of Ulm, Germany; Univ. of Electro-Communication, Japan
Sabbatical, Department of Physics, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA (Fulbright Fellow)
Visiting Professor (International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy; UEC, Japan; UNESP Brazil, Al Azhar Univ. Egypt, Univ. of Darmstadt, Germany) Member, Pakistan Academy of Sciences

Abdus Salam Prize for Physics,
Pride of Performance
Gold Medal from Pakistan Academy of Sciences



Phone: +92-51 9064-2104
Email: farhan.saif@qau.edu.pk
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Research Interests Publications Conferences Research Projects

Nano Science and Technology

Quantum Optics, Atom Optics

Nano Electro Opto Mechanical Systems

Quantum Informatics

Bose Einstein Condensation

Classical Chaos, Quantum Chaos

1998

 

1.      F. Saif, I. Bialynicki-Birula, M. Fortunato, and W.P. Schleich,    "Fermi Accelerator in Atom Optics" Physical Review A 58, 4779 (1998).

 

2.      I. Marzoli, F. Saif, I. Bialynicki-Birula, O. M. Friesch, A. E. Kaplan, and W. P. Schleich,  "Quantum Carpets Made Simple" Acta Physica Slovaca 48 (3), 323 (1998). (Special Issue on Quantum Optics and Quantum Information)

 

1999

 

           Farhan Saif, ‘Dynamical Localization and Quantum Revivals in 

           Driven Systems’ (Hyperthesis Physik, Lehmanns Press, Berlin 1999).

 

2000

 

3.      Farhan Saif "Quantum Recurrences: A probe to study Quantum Chaos" Physical Review E 62, 6308 (2000).

 

4.      Farhan Saif "Dynamical localization and signatures of phase space" Physics Letters A, 274, 98 (2000).

 

5.      Farhan Saif, "Quantum Revivals in Fermi Accelerator", Journal of Physical Society of Japan, 69(8) 2363L (2000).

 

 

 

6.  F. Saif, G. Alber, V. Savichev, and W.P. Schleich, "Quantum Revivals in Dynamical Systems", Journal of Optics B 2, 668 (2000) (the Special Issue).

 

7.  F. Saif, K. Riedel, W.P. Schleich and B. Mirbach, Dynamical Localization and Decoherence Published in: ‘Lecture Notes in Physics, Decoherence: Theoretical, Experimental, and Conceptual Problems, Eds.: Ph. Blanchard, D. Giulini E. Joos C. Kiefer and I.-O. Stamatescu, p. 179-189 (Springer, Heidelberg, 2000).2001

 

8.  Farhan Saif “Atomic dynamics in driven gravitational cavity” Chinese Journal of Physics 39, 311 (2001).

 

9.  F. Saif, Fam Le Kien, and M. S. Zubairy,  “Quantum theory of a micromaser operating on the atomic scattering from a resonant standing wave” Physical Review A 64 , 043812 (2001).

 

2002

 

10.  Aeysha Khalique, and Farhan Saif “Quantum non-demolition state measurement via atomic scattering in Bragg regime” Journal of Physical Society of Japan, 71(11) 1L (2002).

 

11.  Farhan Saif, and Mauro Fortunato, "Quantum Revivals in Periodically Driven       Systems Close to Nonlinear Resonances" Physical Review A 65, 013401 (2002).

 

12.  Seiichi Tanabe, Shinichi Watanabe, Farhan Saif, and Michio Matsuzawa “Survival Probability of a Truncated Radial Oscillator Subject to Periodic Kicks” Physical Review A 65, 033420 (2002).

 

13.  Manzoor Ikram, and Farhan Saif “Engineering entanglement between two modes of cavity field” Physical Review A 66, 014304 (2002).

 

2003

 

14.  Manzoor Ikram, and Farhan Saif “Erratum: Engineering entanglement between two modes of cavity field” Physical Review A 67, 069901(E) (2003).

 

15.  Sadaf Saeed and Farhan Saif, “Quantum Recurrences in Delta Kicked Rotor” Islamabad Journal of Science 13, 36 (2003).

 

16.  Aeysha Khalique, and Farhan Saif “Engineering Entanglement between external degrees of freedom of atoms via Bragg scattering”, Physics Letters A 314, 37 (2003).

 

2004

 

17.  Mazhar Javed and Farhan Saif, “Engineering Quantum Computers and Channels in Quantum Electro- dynamical systems” Islamabad Journal of Science 14, 62 (2004).

 

 

2005

 

18.  Farhan Saif, “Dynamical Recurrences in Periodically Driven Systems”, Journal of Optics B: Quantum Semiclss. Optics 7, S116-S119 (2005). (Special Issue on the Nonstationary Casimir effect and Quantum Systems with Moving Boundaries).

 

19.  Farhan Saif, ‘Classical and Quantum Chaos in Atom Optics’, Physics Reports 419, 207 (2005).

 

2006

 

20. Farhan Saif, ‘Corrigendum:Classical and Quantum Chaos in Atom Optics’, Physics Report 425, 369 (2006).

 

21. Farhan Saif, “Nature of quantum recurrence in higher dimensional systems”, European Physical Journal D 39, 87 (2006).

 

22.  Farhan Saif,“Recurrence Tracking Microscope”, Physical Review A 73, 033618 (2006).

 

23. Shahid Iqbal, Qurat ul Ann and Farhan Saif, “Quantum Recurrences in Periodically Driven Power Law Potentials”, Physics Letters A 356, 231 (2006).

24.M. Abdel-Aty, Farhan Saif, "Quantum information of a three-level atom in one-dimensional photonic bandgap", Laser Physics Letters, Vol. 3, No. 12, 599-604 (2006).

 

25. Farhan Saif, “Radiation Pressure Force and Gravitational Wave Interferometer", Science Echoes, 3 (2006). www.ScienceEchoes.org (March Issue)

 

2007

 

26. Farhan Saif, and Inam ur Rehman, “Coherent acceleration of material wave packet by modulated optical fields”, Physical Review A 75, 043610 (2007).

 

27. Farhan Saif, and Pierre Meystre, “Coherent acceleration of material wave packet” NASA Workshop on Quantum to Cosmos: Fundamental Physics Research in Space. International Journal of Modern Physics D 16, 2593-2598 (2007).

 

28. Rameez ul Islam, Manzoor Ikram, and Farhan Saif, “Engineering Maximally Entangled N-Photon NOON field States using an Atom Interferometer based on Bragg regime cavity QED” Journal of Physics B: Atomic Molecular and Optical Physics 40,1359-1368 (2007).

 

29. Tasnim Azim, and Farhan Saif, “Quantum Tunneling for separation of atoms and molecules from a mixture”, Journal of Russian Laser Research 28, 136-141 (2007).

 

30. Farhan Saif, Rameez ul Islam and Mazhar Javed,  “Engineering Quantum Universal Logic Gates in Electromagnetic Field Modes”, Journal of Russian Laser Research 28, 529-534 (2007).

 

31. Farhan Saif, M Abdel Aty, M. Javed, and Rameez ul Islam, “Generation of Maximally Entangled states of two cavity field modes”,  Applied Mathematics and Information Science 1, 323-332 (2007).

 

32. Farhan Saif, R. ul Islam, M. Aqil, and A. Khosa, “Engineering entangled N00N states in cavity QED”, Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematics: Trends and Developments 2007, Cairo Egypt, Ed. A. S. Obada, Vol. 1, Pp. 247-270 (2007).

2008

 

33. Farhan Saif “Isotope separation via dynamical delocalization”, Chinese Physics Letters 25, 3660-3662 (2008).34.Rameez ul Islam, Manzoor Ikram, Ashfaq H. Khosa, and Farhan Saif,  “Remote Field and Atomic State Preparation”, International Journal of Quantum Information 6, 393-402 (2008).

 

35. Rameez ul Islam, Ashfaq H. Khosa, and Farhan Saif, “Generation of Bell, NOON and W-states via atom Interferometer",  Journal of Physics B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 41, 035505 (2008).

 

36. Rameez ul Islam, Ashfaq H. Khosa, Hai-Woong Lee, and Farhan Saif,“Generation of field cluster states through collective operation of cavity QED disentanglement eraser”, European Physics Journal D 48, 271-277 (2008)

 

37. A. E. Kaplan, I. Marzoli, F. Saif and W. P. Schleich, “Quantum Carpets of a Slightly Relativistic Particle", Fortschritte der Physik-Progress of Physics 56, 967-992 (2008).

 

38. Muhammad Aqil, and Farhan Saif, "Atomic beam splitter from a mixture of atoms in the Bragg regime", Journal of Russian Laser Research 29, 587-592 (2008).

 

39. Javed Akram and Farhan Saif, Engineering CNOT gate in a cavity QED scenario", Journal of Russian Laser Research 29, 538-543 (2008).

 

40. Shahid Iqbal and Farhan Saif, "Quantum Computing with particle in a driven square well", Journal of Russian Laser Research 29, 587-592 (2008).

 

2009

 

41. Arbab Ali Khan, and Farhan Saif, "Isotope separation via atom optics in Bragg Regime",  Journal of Russian Laser Research 30, 82-87 (2009).

 

42. Rameez ul Islam, M. Ikram, R. Ahmed, A. H. Khosa and Farhan Saif, "Atomic State Teleportation: From internal to external degrees of freedom", Journal of Modern Optics 56 (7), 875-880 (2009)

43. Javed Akram, Khalid Naseer and Farhan Saif, "Controlled accelerated dynamics of quantum bouncer", Journal of Russian Laser Research 30 (2), 157-163 (2009).

 

44. K. Berrada, M. El Baz, Farhan Saif, Y. Hassouni, and S. Mnia, "Beam Splitter and deformed Spin Coherent States", Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 42, 285306 (2009)

45. Farhan Saif, “Optimal Quantum Clocks based on Wave Packet Recurrences”, Journal of Russian Laser Research 30, 242 (2009).

 

46. Tasawar Abbas, Rameez ul Islam, Ashfaq H. Khosa, and Farhan Saif, “Generation of cavity field cluster and GHZ states using Bragg regime atom interferometer”, Journal of Russian Laser Research 30, 267 (2009).

 

47. Rameez ul Islam, Ashfaq H. Khosa, and Farhan Saif, "Atomic Cluster and Graph States: An engineering proposal", Journal of Physical Society of Japan 78, 114401 (2009).

 

48.  Muhammad Ayub, Khalid Naseer, Manzoor Ali, and Farhan Saif, “Atom Optics Quantum Pendulum”, Journal of Russian Laser Research 30, 205 (2009).

 

49. Javed Akram, Khalid Naseer, Inam ur Rehman and Farhan Saif, "Acceleration of material waves in Fermi accelerator" ‘Mathematical Problems in Engineering: Theory Methods and Applications’ volume 2009, Article ID 246438 (2009).

 

50. J. Akram, K. Nasser and F. Saif. ‘Accelerated Quantum Bouncer’ 1(2), 22 (2009).

 

2010

 

51. Shahid Iqbal, Paula Revere and Farhan Saif, "Space-Time dynamics of Gazeau-Klauder Coherent States in Power Law Potentials", ’International Journal of Theoretical Physics’ 49, 2540 (2010).

 

52. Remote preparation of atomic and field Cluster states from a pair of tri-partite GHZ states, Ashfaq H. Khosa, Rameez ul Islam, and Farhan Saif, Chinese Physics B 19, 040309 (2010)

 

53. Tasawar Abbas and Farhan Saif, “Dynamical Revivals in Spatio-temporal Evolution of Driven one Dimensional Box”, Journal of Mathematical Physics 51, 102107 (2010)

 

54.  Muhammad Aqil, Aarouj, Fauzia Bano and Farhan Saif, "Engineering NOON states in cavity QED", Journal of Russian Lasers Research’ 31, 343 (2010).

 

55. Farhan Saif, Rameez-ul-Islam and Ashfaq H. Khosa, "Engineering two-mode field NOON state in cavity QED", Journal of Physics B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 43 015501 (2010).

 

56. Manzoor Ali, M. Wasim, M. Arif, Jamshed Hussain Zaidi, Yasir Anwar, Farhan Saif “Determination of the Natural and Anthropogenic Radioactivity in the Soil of Gilgit-A Town in the Foothills of Hindukush Range”, Health Physics, 98(2), S69-S75, (2010).

 

57. Hayat Ullah and Farhan Saif, "Tracing Bose-Einstein condensates effects in Recurrence Tracking Microscope", Journal of Russian Lasers Research 31, 408 (2010).

 

58. Rameez ul Islam, Ashfaq H. Khosa, Farhan Saif and Hai-Woong Lee, “Remote preparation of atomic and field cluster states from a pair of tri-partite GHZ states” Accepted for Publication in J. Phys. B (2010)

 

59. Farhan Saif, Hayat ullah Khan, "Recurrence Tracking Microscope based on Bose Einstein Condensates" Published in the proceedings of “Environment, Development, and Nanotechnology, Seventh International Scientific Conference, Al-Azhar University (ISCAZ 2010).


2011


60. A. El Allati, Y. Hassouni, F. Saif, "Deterministic secure communication via atomic momentum state", Optik: International Journal for Light and Electron Optics 122, 1965 (2011).

Impact Factor: 0.454


61. A. El Allati, M. El Baz, Y. Hassouni, A. Kassou Ou Ali and F. Saif,  "Loss of Atom Interference by Random Phase", Journal of Russian Lasers Research’ 32, 177 (2011).

Impact Factor: 0.642


62. Muhammad Ayub, Khalid Naseer, and Farhan Saif,  "Robust Dynamical Recurrences based on Floquet spectrum", European Physical Journal D 64, 491-498 (2011).

Impact Factor: 1.513


63. Edson D. Leonel, Juliano A. de Oliveira, Farhan Saif, “Critical exponents for transition from integrability to non-integrability via localization of invariant tori in Hamiltonian systems” Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 44(30), 302001  (2011).

Impact Factor: 1.641


64. Shahid Iqbal, Farhan Saif, ‘Generalized coherent states and their statistical characteristics in power-law potentials’, Journal of Mathematical Physics 52, 082105 (2011).

Impact Factor: 1.291


65. Shahid Iqbal, Farhan Saif, "Comment on ‘Generalized Heisenberg algebra coherent states for power-law potentials’", Physics Letters A 376, 1531-1533 (2012).

Impact Factor: 1.963


2012


66. Shahid Iqbal, Farhan Saif, "Comment on ‘Generalized Heisenberg algebra coherent states for power-law potentials’", Physics Letters A 376, 1531-1533 (2012).

Impact Factor: 1.963


67. M. Abdul and F. Saif, ’Synchronized Chaotic Attractor and Spatio Temporal Chaos in Two mode Lasers’, Applied Mathematics and Information Science 6, 35 (2012).

Impact Factor: 0.643


68. Muhammad Ayub, Farhan Saif,  "Delicate and robust dynamical recurrences of matter waves in driven optical crystals’, Physical Review A 85, 023634 (2012).

Impact Factor: 2.861


69. M. Asjad and Farhan Saif, ’Engineering Entanglement mechanically’, Physics Letters A 376, 2608-2612 (2012).

Impact Factor: 1.963


70. Farhan Saif,

’Talbot Effect with Matter Waves’

Journal of Laser Physics 22 (12), 1874-1878 (2012).

Impact factor: 3.65


71. F. Saif and M. Yameen, ’Scanning Probe Microscopy based on Matter Wave Surface Trap’, Journal of Russian Lasers Research 33(5), 490 (2012)


72. M. Abdul and Farhan Saif “Two-mode ring laser as stable, instable and irregular behaviors in coupled lasers logistic equations”, Appl. Math. Inf. Sci. 6, 29-33 (2012).


73. Tasawar Abbas, and Farhan Saif, ’Dynamics Quantum Revivals in Phase Space’ Journal of Russian Laser Research, 33(5), 448 (2012).


2013


74. A. H. Khosa, Rameez ul Islam, Farhan Saif and Janos Bergou, ’Generation of atomic cluster and graph states via cavity QED’, Quantum Information Processing 12(1) 129-148  (2013). Impact Factor: 2.085


75. M. Ali, M. Wasim, S. Iqbal, M. Arif, and Farhan Saif

’Determination of the risk associated with the natural and anthropogenic radionuclides from the soil of Skardu in Central Karakoram’, Radiation Protection Dosimetry 156(2), 213-22 (2013). Impact Factor: 0.95


76. Shahid Iqbal and Farhan Saif, ’Gazeau-Klauder Coherent States of the Triangular-Well Potential’, Journal of Russian Laser Research, 34(1), 77 (2013).


77. F. Saif and M. Yameen, Isotope Separation using Quantum revival phenomenon in Nano-Fibers, Journal of Russian Lasers Research 34(4) 255 (2013). Impact Factor: 0.715


78. M. Abdul, U. F. Zubairy and Farhan Saif, “Complexity Beyond Steady State in Coupled Two-mode Lasers” Journal of Basic and Applied Physics (2013).


79. F. Saif and M. Umar, ’Recurrence Tracking Microscope based on magnetic mirror’, Journal of Russian Lasers Research 34, 154 (2013).


80. M. Asjad, M.A. Shahzad, and Farhan Saif, ’Quantum degenerate Fermi Gas Entanglement in Opto-mechanics’, European Phys. J. D 67; 198 (2013).


81. F. Saif, ’Fermionic Coherent state in Optical Lattice’, Journal of Russian Lasers Research 34(5), 496 (2013)


82. M. Ali, S. Iqbal, M. Wasim, M. Arif, and Farhan Saif,

’Soil radioactivity levels and radiological risk assessment in the highlands of Hunza, Pakistan’ Radiation Protection Dosimetry 153, 390-7 (2013).


83. Farhan Saif, I. Rehman, ’Acceleration Modes in Fermi Accelerator’, Journal of Russian Laser Research 34(6), 515-522 (2013).


84. M. Abdul, Y. F. Zubairy, F. Saif, ’Complexity Beyond Steady State in Coupled Two-mode Lasers’ Journal of Basic and Applied Physics 2(3), 173 (2013). Impact factor 0.71


85. Sami ul Haq, and F. Saif, ’Extended entanglement to quantum networks’, Optik – International journal of light and electron optic 124(23), 5914-5917  (2013). Impact factor 0.77


2014


86. M. Ayub, K. Ammar and Farhan Saif, ’Dynamical Localization of Matter Waves in Optomechanics’ International Journal of Laser Physics 24(11), 115503 (2014). Impact factor (1.03)


87. Tasawar Abbas, Farhan Saif, ‘Information Entropy to Probe Revivals in Dynamical Systems’, International Journal of Theoretical Physics 53, 1961-70 (2014).


88. Hayat Ullah, M. Umar, M. Javed Akram and F. Saif, ’Recurrence Tracking Microscope based on TWO magnetic mirrors’, Journal of Russian Lasers Research 35(4), 401-407 (2014). Impact factor (0.61)


89. Farhan Saif, K. Naseer, M. Ayub, ’Atomic Bullets: Non-Dispersive, Accelerated Matter-Waves’ Euro. Phys. J. D 68(4), 75 (2014).

DOI: 10.1140/epjd/e2014-40415-2, Impact factor 1.51


90. F. Saif and M. Asjad, ’Normal mode splitting in Hybrid BEC-cavity opto-mechanical system’ Optik: International journal of light and electron optics 125(19), 5455-5460 (2014). Impact factor 0.77


91. Sami ul Haq, and F. Saif, ’Remote entanglement for quantum networks’ Optik: International journal of light and electron optics 125(22), 6616-6619 (2014). Impact factor 0.77


92. F. Saif, ’Short time dynamics of a Fermionic Coherent state and Schrodinger  Cat state in Optical Lattice’, submitted for publication in Optik: International journal of light and electron optics


93. K. A. Yasir, M. Ayub, and Farhan Saif, ’Exponential Localization of moving-end mirror in Optomechanics’ J. of Modern Optics 61(16), 1318-1323 (2014). Impact factor 1.17


94. M. Javed Akram and Farhan Saif, “Adiabatic Population Transfer Based on a Double Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage”, J. Russian Laser Research 35(6), 547-554 (2014).


2015


95. Farman ullah, Davron Matrasulov, and Farhan Saif, Quantum dynamics of circular billiards in the presence of external forcing, submitted to JRLR


96. M. Javed Akram, Fazal Ghafoor and Farhan Saif, “Electromagnetically Induced Transparency and Tunable Fano Resonances in Hybrid Optomechanics” published in Journal of Phys. B: Atm. Mol. Opt. Phys.  48, 065502 (2015).

Impact factor (2.03)


97. M. Javed Akram, and F. Saif, ’Complex Dynamics of Nano-Mechanical Membrane in Cavity Optomechanics’ accepted for publication in Nonlinear Dynamics Impact factor 2.42


98. M. Abdul and Farhan Saif, “Synchronized Attractors and entrained Chaos” submitted in International Journal of Engineering Computer Science (2013).


99. M. Javed Akram and Farhan Saif, “Tunable Fast and Slow Light in a Hybrid Opto Mechanical system” submitted for publication in Phys. Rev. A


100. M. Javed Akram, Khalid Naseer and Farhan Saif, “Efficient Tunable Switch from Slow light to Fast light in Quantum Opto-Electro-Mechanics” accepted for publication in Scientific Reports


101. M. Javed Akram and Farhan Saif, “Fano Resonances Control and Slow Light in Opto Mechanics with Bose Einstein Condensates” submitted for publication in Phys. Rev. A


102. Farman ullah, and Farhan Saif, Quantum dynamics of Elliptical billiards in the presence of external forcing, submitted for publication in Optik


103. Farooq, M. Abdul and Farhan Saif, “Discrete Dynamical Laser Equation for Critical Onset of Bistability, Entanglement and Disappearance ”, Submitted in journal of Optik


104. Rafaqat Ali and Farhan Saif, “Chiral Phase Transition and Quantum Revivals in Graphene”submitted for publication


105. M. Miskeen Khan and Farhan Saif, “Single Phonon State of Mechanical Mode via Photon Subtraction in Cavity Opto Mechanics”      submitted for publication


BOOK CHAPTERS


106. F. Saif, K. Riedel, W.P. Schleich and B. Mirbach

Dynamical Localization and Decoherence

Published in: Lecture Notes in Physics, Decoherence: Theoretical, Experimental,       

and Conceptual Problems,

Eds.: Ph. Blanchard, D. Giulini E. Joos C. Kiefer and I.-O. Stamatescu,

p. 179-189  (Springer, Heidelberg, 2000).


107. F Saif, P. Meystre

Coherent Acceleration of Material Wavepackets

Published in ’From Quantum to Cosmos: Fundamental Physics Research in Space’         

Ed. Slava G. Turyshev, p. 727-732 (World Scientific, London, 2009)


108. F. Saif, ’Quantum Computation’

in ’Quantum Mechanics’ by Fayyazuddin and Riazuddin, (World Scientific, London, 2012).


 

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  1. Farhan Saif, “Quantum Scanning Microscope” 

    Published in the proceedings of “International conference on Physics in Industry”,

          Eds. Anwar-ul-Haq, Mushtaq Ahmad, Karachi (2001).


  2. Farhan Saif and Azhar Rizvi “Quantum cryptography and entanglement” 

    Published in the proceedings of “International conference on Physics in Industry”,

           Eds. Anwar-ul-Haq, Mushtaq Ahmad, Karachi (2001).  

  3. Sadaf Saeed and Farhan Saif “Classical and Quantum Chaos in Delta Kicked Rotor” Published in the Proceedings of the ninth national symposium on Frontiers in Physics, Ed. G. Murtaza, N. A. D. Khatak, H. A. Shah, Lahore (2003). 

  4. Farhan Saif, R. ul Islam, M. Aqil, and A. Khosa

      ’Engineering entangled N00N states in cavity QED’ 

     Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematics:   Trends and Developments 2007, Cairo Egypt, Ed. A. S. Obada, Vol. 1, Pp. 247-270 (2007).

  5. Javed Akram, Khalid Naseer, and Farhan Saif ’Nano-Bullets: Accelerated and Localized Material Waves’ Published in the proceedings of the 12th national symposium on  Frontiers in Physics, Ed. G. Murtaza (2009).

  6. Farhan Saif’ Near field matter wave diffraction from a diffraction grating’    Published in Proceedings of ’NUST Conference on Applications and Methods of Physics 2011’, Ed. F. Saif and A. Qadir. (2011).

  7. M. Abdul and Farhan Saif, ’Phase entrained chaos and Synchronized Attractors’   Published in Proceedings of ’NUST Conference on Applications and Methods of Physics 2011’, Ed. F. Saif and A. Qadir. (2011).

  8. Farhan Saif, ’Atomic Bullets: Non Dispersive, Accelerated Atoms   Published in Proceedings of ’International Conference and Workshop on NanoScience and Technology 2013’ Ed. F. Saif (2012).     

  9. M. Yameen and Farhan Saif ‘Matter wave trapping for nanoscopy’  Published in Proceedings of ’NUST Conference on Applications and Methods of  Physics 2011’, Ed. F. Saif and A. Qadir. (2011).    

  10. M. Yameen and Farhan Saif,’ Recurrence Tracking Microscopy based on surface trap’ Published in Proceedings of ’International Conference and Workshop on Nano Science and Technology 2013’ Ed. F. Saif (2012).  

  11. M. Abdul and Farhan Saif, “Synchronized Attractors and entrained Chaos”  in Proceedings of International Multi-Conference of Engineers and Computer Scientists, 11-14 June, Page No. 90 (2013). 



         



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