Prof. Muhammad Faryad
Assistant Professor at Lahore Univ of Management Sciences
SPIE Involvement:
Senior status | Author | Instructor | Student Chapter Advisor
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Publications (25)

SPIE Journal Paper | May 2, 2016
JPE Vol. 6 Issue 02
KEYWORDS: Solar cells, Reflectors, Thin film solar cells, Optical simulations, Amorphous silicon, Absorption, Semiconductors, Electrical efficiency, Doping, Solids

PROCEEDINGS ARTICLE | September 5, 2015
Proc. SPIE. 9561, Thin Films for Solar and Energy Technology VII
KEYWORDS: Semiconductors, Reflectors, Solar cells, Photons, Doping, Thin film solar cells, Solids, Finite element methods, Optical simulations, Absorption

SPIE Journal Paper | September 3, 2015
JNP Vol. 9 Issue 01
KEYWORDS: Dispersion, Digital Light Processing, Dielectrics, Photonic crystals, Refractive index, Electromagnetic radiation, Cladding, Radio propagation, Composites, Waveguides

SPIE Journal Paper | June 25, 2015
JPE Vol. 5 Issue 01
KEYWORDS: Optimization (mathematics), Solar cells, Reflectivity, Refractive index, Transmittance, Information operations, Solar energy, Dielectrics, Chemical elements, Switches

SPIE Journal Paper | June 23, 2015
OE Vol. 54 Issue 06
KEYWORDS: Thin films, Dielectrics, Interfaces, Optical sensing, Homogenization, Refractive index, Wave sensors, Prisms, Fluid dynamics, Wave propagation

SPIE Journal Paper | March 30, 2015
JNP Vol. 9 Issue 01
KEYWORDS: Waveguide modes, Metals, Waveguides, Photonic crystals, Silicon, Gold, Interfaces, Absorption, Refractive index, Polarization

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Course Instructor
SC1140: Surface Multiplasmonics
This course will present the methodology of formulating and solving for surface plasmon polariton (SPP) waves guided by the interface of a metal with a periodically nonhomogeneous dielectric material film such as a photonic crystal or a sculptured thin film. Such interfaces can support more than one SPP wave at the same frequency but with different phase speeds, attenuation rates, and degrees of localization to the interface. The main goal of the course is to make the participants aware of the basic machinery of electromagnetics used for research on surface waves. The knowledge gained during the course will also be applicable to other types of surface waves such as Tamm waves.
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