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"hi my dear sir , am students of nano technology ,and very very intresting in nanotechnology , want to contributes some things to this field of tecnology , so therfore i started a projects on "THIN FLIMN DEPOSTION "  i need som usefull…"
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Physicist
My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Few electron quantum dots.
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Optical properties of nanostructures.
Publication list
Menberu Mengesha, V.N. Mal’nev, and S.V. Koshvaya,”THz Radiation under Tunneling in asymmetric double quantum wells”, Journal of electromagnetic analysis and application, 3 2011 (271-276).
•Menberu Mengesha, V.N. Mal’nev, “Two electron Quantum dots with parabolic confinement (Low lying para- and ortho- states)”, Ukrainian Journal of Physics, ISSN 0372-400X 2011 V56 No 11.
•Menberu Mengesha, V. Mal’nev, “Optical properties of two electron quantum dots in low lying para- and ortho- states” submitted to Elsevier (under review).
•Menberu Mengesha, V.N. Mal’nev, “Linear Optical Properties of GaAs Quantum Dot”, Asian Journal of Spectroscopy-Special Issue, ISSN No. 0971-9237 (2010) 179-185
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Condenced Matter Physics, Physics Department, Addis Ababa University
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At 1:39pm on April 30, 2012,
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sami ul haq
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hi my dear sir ,

am students of nano technology ,and very very intresting in nanotechnology ,

want to contributes some things to this field of tecnology ,

so therfore i started a projects on "THIN FLIMN DEPOSTION "

 i need som usefull latrature and research papers on thin film deposition ,

i hope  you wil help me .and you will incourage me also .

best and kind regards .

sami ul haq

email . sami786nanotech@gmial.com

 
 
 

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