Jamal Uddin

Coppin State University

Dr. Jamal Uddin is a Professor of Coppin State University, Department of Natural Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland. He is the founder and director of the Center for Nanotechnology, CSU. He has been teaching chemistry, physical science, environmental science and nanotechnology since 2005 in the Department of Natural Science. He is also working as a Visiting Scientist, Center for Fluorescence Spectroscopy, University of Maryland, School of Medicine, Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Baltimore. Dr. Uddin’s research interest is in the areas of Solar energy, Laser Photochemistry, Nanomaterials, Quantum dots, Carbon Nanotube, Graphene, Dendrimer, Fluorescence spectroscopy and Metal enhance fluorescence. Some of his significant publications focused on Electron Transfer Chemistry in Donor-Acceptor complexes. He is a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and corresponding secretary of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Coppin State University, Maryland chapter. Dr. Uddin was the recipient of the 2012and 2016 Daily Record Innovator of the Year for Maryland individuals who have had a positive effect and tremendous impact in Maryland, USA.

Jamal Uddin

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Jamal Uddin

The terahertz regime of the electromagnetic spectrum was largely unexplored due to the lack of technology needed to generate and detect the radiation. However, in the last couple of decades, there has been a dramatic increase in tools needed to harness the radiation. This remarkable progress made in the development of terahertz sources, components, and detectors has resulted in an ever-increasing inquisitiveness of the applications of terahertz technology in a wide range of fields including medicine, pharmaceuticals, security, sensing, and quality assurance. This book, Terahertz Spectroscopy - A Cutting Edge Technology, presents an overview of the recent advances in terahertz technology and their application in a vast array of fields. The scientists and students are encouraged to read and share the content of this volume. The book also provides a good starting point for researchers who are new to the terahertz regime. The various chapters of the book have been written by renowned scientists in different parts of the world who are at the forefront of terahertz research fields. It is our (InTech publisher, editor, and authors) hope that this book will enhance knowledge and stimulate more interest and future research in terahertz technology.

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