Aamir Shahzad

Government College University Faisalabad

Dr. Aamir Shahzad has been working as an Associate Professor (Tenured) in the department of Physics, GC University Faisalabad (GCUF) since July 2019. He completed his Post Doctorate and PhD from Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU), P. R. China. Dr. Shahzad still works with Prof. Maogang HE (Collaborator), XJTU, P. R. China and his research is focused on plasma science and technology. Dr. Shahzad has been involved in research on the transport properties of complex systems (cold/dusty plasmas and biological) using novel Molecular Dynamics (MD) Simulation techniques since 2009. He completed the International research grant (nearly more than 1.0 million) from the Postdoctoral Science Foundation, P.R. China, and has completed two applied research grants during his PhD studies in collaboration with China. Dr. Shahzad has proposed novel methods to explore results of Dusty Plasmas (Industrial Plasmas) which show his aptitude to comprehend and grip computational physics, modeling and molecular simulations, and fluid materials together with experimental materials understanding. In addition, Dr. Shahzad has presented papers in several international academic conferences, including Greece (Thessaloniki), USA (Boulder, Colorado) P.R. China (Xi’an), Korea (Jeju), and Turkey.

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This book highlights the need for environmentally friendly energy sources. One of the most significant problems facing civilization today is how to generate alternative clean energy sustainably and in sufficient quantity to supply a growing global population. Fossil fuel burning machines pollute the atmosphere resulting in global warming and causing health risks. Alternatively, fusion energy does not produce any carbon dioxide. This book discusses the latest developments and innovative techniques of fusion energy and its practical uses. Chapters cover such topics as beam injectors for fission reactors, detachment in helical fusion devices, wave instabilities in dusty plasmas of fusion devices, tungsten-based plasma materials, migration energy by high-voltage electron microscopes, and taxonomy of big nuclear chambers.

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