Faculty Profile

Dr Bilal Ramzan

Assistant Professor, HEC Approved Phd Supervisor

School of Science

Department of Physics

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My primary research interest is to understand the mechanism behind the galactic outflows in the presence of cosmic rays and waves. I have particularly worked on the mechanisms of interaction of cosmic rays with their surroundings, focusing on Hydrodynamical model. I am insterested in studying the effect of these interactions with in the galaxies specifically the cosmic ray driven outflows with in the galaxies is the area of my interest. I used analytical as well as numerical methods to model the gas outflows problem. Interstellar medium is there to serve cosmic rays which has numerous interactions between different other components which exists in surroundings (i.e. magnetic field and thermal plasma). By adding different pressure components together with thermal pressure, I want to see the impact of cosmic rays on the galactic type outflows.

  • Galactic Winds, Cosmic rays, Outflows, Cosmic ray Propagation (Theory)
  • Dark Matter (Theory)
  • Three and Four Fluid Models
  • Cosmic ray Viscosity (Theory)
  • Cosmic ray Driven Transonic Winds
  • Quasi Thermal Outflows
  • Continous Solutions of Four-fluid Model
Name of Organization Designation Start Date End Date
National Central University Taiwan Graduate Research Assistant 15-09-2015 29-10-2021
Lahore General Hospital Lahore Lecturer 19-08-2009 28-08-2015
COMSATS Institute of Infomration Technology Lahore Campus Research Assistant 01-08-2014 03-08-2015
Publication Type Title Journal Name Impact Factor Year of Publication
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Outflows in the Presence of Cosmic Rays and Waves The Astrophysical Journal 5.800 2020
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Transonic Plasma Winds With Cosmic-Rays and Waves Physica Scripta 2.900 2023
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Outflows in the Presence of Cosmic Rays and Waves with Cooling Astronomy and Astrophysics 5.850 2021
International Publications with impact factor (2.0 and above) Kelvin–Helmholtz instability in magnetically quantized dense plasmas Z. Naturforsch. 2.000 2023
Degree Name & Area Year University City,Country
PhD Astronomy and Astrophysics National Central University Taiwan Taiwan
MS Plasma Physics COMSATS University Pakistan
Position Start Date End Date
Assistant Professor 21-02-2022 Present
  • HEC Scholar During MS from COMSATS
  • Got fully funded PhD in Taiwan
  • Exceelent Researcher Award
  • Taiwan Physical Soceity
  • Taiwan Astronomical Society
  • Astronomy Club UMT
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