Faculty Profile

Muhammad Bilal Siddique

Assistant Professor

School of Science

 : bilal.siddique@umt.edu.pk     : 3614   

Teaching Experience: 

Job Period 

College/University 

Designation 

Duration

Apr 2014 – Aug 2014 

King Saud University(KSU), Riyadh, Saudi Arab

Research Assistant (Visiting) Months 
Oct 2012 – Mar 2014 & Sep 2014 – Till Now  University of Management and Technology(UMT), Lahore, Pakistan  Lecturer (Full Time) 2.5 Year 
Sep 2011 - Mar 2012  Lahore Garrison University(LGU), Lahore, Pakistan  Lecturer (Full Time) 6 Months 
Oct 2011 - Nov 2011  Lahore University Of Management and Science(LUMS), Lahore, Pakistan  Research Associate (Part Time)  2 Months 

Education:  2008-2010 

Master in Photonics, Lund University, Sweden 

Study Session

Degree/Certificate

Institute/Board

2008-2010  Master in Photonics (MS)  Lund University, Sweden 
2004-2006  Master in Physics (M.Sc.)  University of the Punjab, Pakistan 
2002-2004  Bachelors  in Physics (B.Sc.)  Forman Christian College, Pakistan 
1999-2002  Faculty of Sciences (F.Sc.) Islamia College Civil Lines, Pakistan 
1997-1999  Matriculation Al-Faisal Model High School, Pakistan 

Course Work:

Courses have Taught

  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Mechanics
  • Modern Physics
  • Optics
  • Classical Mechanics

Courses Teaching

  • Nuclear Physics

Research Activities:

Master Thesis

Characterization of polymer solar cells’ materials using Time correlated single photon counting: In this project we used newly developed Time correlated single photon counting laser setup to acquire fluorescence spectra for the test of polymer solar cells in the wavelength range from 826nm upto 1250nm. We use the data to determine the intermediate emissive states in polymer solar cells. The aim of the study is to verify the ability of the instrument to detect the fluorescence from intermediate emissive states regardless of their low concentration and measure their life-times.

Projects/Term Papers 

Environmental and Medical Multispectral Imaging:The main object of this project report was to highlight the different aspects, functions and applications of multispectral imaging using fluorescent techniques which are presently used. In this project report the area that has been covered were medical and environmental applications using multispectral imaging techniques. The main emphasis was on the qualitative description of this approach. 

Optical Characterization of Bruises: The main objective of this project was to investigate the age of bruises using fluorescence spectroscopy. The bruises are probed at different wavelengths to determine the concentration of fluorophores, chromophores and of different compounds that varies with time and help to tell the age of bruises.
FRED, a modern non-sequential ray program: Using FRED we designed

1) Czerny-Tuner Spectrometer,

2) Different resonators,

3) Fiber Optics

 4) Different oscillators.

Research at KSU

Dynamics of Perovaskite Solar Cells: We have built a setup for Photo-voltage and Photo-current decay spectroscopy. Work is presented in two conferences and is now in proceeding in a conference paper (SPIE).

 Related Skills:

  • Proficient in English
  • Knowledge of MS office
  • Knowledge of FRED, qt-plot, Origin

References:

1. Prof. Anne L’Huillier
Department of Atomic Physics, Lund University
Tel: +46 46-22 7661
E-mail: Anne.Lhuillier@fysik.lth.se
2. Senior Lecturer Sven Goran Petterson
Department of combustionl Physics, Lund University
Tel: +46 46-22 27656
E-mail: sven-goran.pettersson@forbrf.lth.se

 

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