Jamal Uddin

Coppin State UniversityUnited States of America

Dr. Jamal Uddin is an Associate Professor of Coppin State University, Department of Natural Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland. He is the founder and director of the Coppin Nanotechnology Center. 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, Nanotechnology, Quantum dots, Single molecule imaging spectroscopy, Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and Metal enhance fluorescence. Some of his significant publications focused on Electron Transfer Chemistry in Donor-Acceptor complexes. He is serving as an Editor-in-Chief of Emerging Scientific Resource (ESR) for the Research Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (RJEAS). 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 2012 Daily Record Innovator of the Year for Maryland individuals who have had a positive effect and tremendous impact in Maryland, USA.

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In the last few decades, Spectroscopy and its application dramatically diverted science in the direction of brand new era. This book reports on recent progress in spectroscopic technologies, theory and applications of advanced spectroscopy. In this book, we (INTECH publisher, editor and authors) have invested a lot of effort to include 20 most advanced spectroscopy chapters. We would like to invite all spectroscopy scientists to read and share the knowledge and contents of this book. The textbook is written by international scientists with expertise in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, Biology and Nanotechnology many of which are active in research. We hope that the textbook will enhance the knowledge of scientists in the complexities of some spectroscopic approaches; it will stimulate both professionals and students to dedicate part of their future research in understanding relevant mechanisms and applications of chemistry, physics and material sciences.

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