About Mathematic in Arak University Department of Mathematics of Arak University ................................................................................
Areas of Expertise Plasma Physics Research Interests Waves and Instabilities; Dusty Plasma; Surface waves. Education Ph.D., Arak University, Plasma Physics (IRAN) (2010) M.Sc., Yazd University, Solid State Physics (IRAN) (2002) B.Sc., Yazd University, Atomic Physics (IRAN) (2000) Biography Mehran Shahmansouri was born in 1978 in Aligoudarz, Iran. He received his Ph.D. from Arak University in 2010 in the ?eld of Plasma Physics. He is currently Assistant Professor of Plasma Physics at Arak University. His research interests include the “Waves and Instabilities” in plasma and also the “Surface Waves” and “Plasmonic”. Awards Top research of Markazi Province. Top researcher of Arak University. Grants and Contracts Awarded Selected Publications Presentations: For more results please follow the following link: http://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&user=Pm6nBK0AAAAJ&view_op=list_works&sortby=pubdate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mehran_Shahmansouri Elliptically polarized electromagnetic waves in a magnetized quantum electron-positron plasma with effects of exchange-correlation; Physics of Plasmas (2016) Weakly dissipative dust-ion acoustic wave modulation; J. Plasma Physics (2016) Solitary and double-layer structures in quantum bi-ion plasma; J. Theor. Appl. Phys. (2016) Multi-ion Double Layers in a Magnetized Plasma, Comm. theor. Phys. (2015) The exchange-correlation effects on surface plasmon oscillations in semi-bounded quantum plasma; Physics of Plasmas (2015) Effects of strong electrostatic interaction on multi-dimensional instability of dust-acoustic solitary waves in a magnetized strongly coupled dusty plasma; Physics of Plasmas (2015) The polarized Debye sheath effect on Kadomtsev-Petviashvili electrostatic structures in strongly coupled dusty plasma; Physics of Plasmas (2015) Shock Structures in Charge Variable Dusty Plasmas with Effect of Strongly Coupled Dust Particles, Comm. Theor. Phys. (2015)
Mehran Shah Mansouri Faculty of Sciences Department of Physics
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