Nasser Moazzen-Ahmadi

Professor

Department of Physics and Astronomy

PhD - Physics

North Texas University, 2012

MSc - Physics

North Texas University, 2012

BSc - Physics

Ferdowsi University, Iran, 2012

Contact information

Phone

Office: 403.220.8971
Office: 403.220.5394

Web presence

Website

Location

Office: SB525

Courses

  • PHYS 375 - Introduction to Optics and Waves    
  • PHYS 435 - Mathematical Methods in Physics

Research and teaching

Research Interests and Expertise

Our research group’s interests are concerned with broad questions like: How does energy flow among different parts of a molecule? How are complex polyatomic molecules created in space, and why do astronomers find so many of them in outer space? We are also interested in understanding condensation pathways that can be taken between the gas and condensed phases of matter by using supersonic jet and long-path low-temperature IR spectra of molecular complexes and clusters.

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, Canadian Association of Physicists
  • Member, Division of Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • Member of the Canadian Consortium for Synchrotron Infrared Spectroscopy (C2SIRS)

Publications