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Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data:
Family Name:
Given Name:
Sex:
Date of Birth:
Place of Birth:
Nationality:
Marital Status:
Occupation:

Jellal
Ahmed
Male
18/08/1969
Dr. Dkakra (Safi)
Moroccan
Married, Daughter & Son
Prof. Dr. of Theoretical Physics

Present Institute:

Physics Department, College of Science,
King Faisal University, PO Box 380, 31982 Alahsa,
Saudi Arabia

Permanent Institute:

Theoretical Physics Group, Physics Department,
Faculty of Science, Choua¨ıb Doukkali University,
Iben Mˆaachou Street, PO Box 20, 24000 El Jadida,
Morocco

Phone:
Fax:
E-Mail:

+966 532690503
+966 35889038
jellal@pks.mpg.de
ahjellal@kfu.edu.sa
ahmed.jellal@gmail.com

Knowledge of Languages:
• Arabic: mother language.
• English: good knowledge of written and spoken language.
• French: good knowledge of written and spoken language.
• German: basic level.
• Italian: basic level.
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Higher Education:

Year

Degree and Specialization

Location

1989-1993

License `es-sciences (BS) in ”Solid State Physics”

El Jadida, Morocco

1993-1995

Master’s in ”Solid State Physics”

Casablanca, Morocco

1995-2000

Ph.D in ”Mathematical Physics”

Rabat, Morocco

27/12/2006

Habilitation in ”Mathematical Physics”

El Jadida, Morocco

Academic Positions:
• Physics Department, College of Science, King Faisal University, Alahsa–Saudi Arabia (from
28/10/2009).
• Arabic Regional Fellow Program at Centre for Advanced Mathematics Sciences (CAMS), American University of Beirut, Beirut–Lebanon (2006–2007).
• Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Choua¨ıb Doukkali University, El Jadida–Morocco
(permanent position from 10/10/2003).
• Institut f¨
ur Physik, Technische Universit¨at, Chemnitz–Germany (2002–2004).
• Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stellenbosch–South Africa (2001–2002).
• Feza Gursey Institute, Istanbul–Turkey (2000–2001).

Teaching Experience:
• Group and Representation Theories
• Mathematical Physics
• Quantum Field Theory
• Quantum Mechanics
• Relativity

Membership:
• German Physical Society (Deutsche Physikalishe Gesellschaft DPG)
• the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (AS-ICTP), Trieste–Italy
• Saudi Physical Society (SPS)
• Theoretical Physics Group, Physics Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Mineral,
Dhahran–Saudi Arabia
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• Mathematical Physics Network, Rabat–Morocco

Cooperation & Projects:
• Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft within the Schwerpunkt Quantum-Hall-Effekt (2002–2004)
• Convention of Cooperation: Cnrst–Morocco/Grices–Portugal (2008–2010)
• Quantum Information Theory (2009–2011), King Faisal University, Alahsa–Saudi Arabia
• Transport of Dirac Fermions in Graphene Systems (2010–2012), King Fahd University of Petroleum
& Mineral, Dhahran–Saudi Arabia, (under review)

Referee in:
• International Journals.
• Scientific Activities (Congress, Schools, Workshops · · · )

Research Field:
• Condensed Matter Physics
• High Energy Physics
• Mathematical Physics

Research Topics:
• Theory of Quantum Hall Effect and Related Topics
• Graphene
• Application of Non-commutative Geometry in Physics
• Integrable Models
• Quantum Information Theory

Research of Interest:
• Hamiltonian approaches to quantum Hall effect (QHE)
• Composite fermions
• Algebraic structures of QHE systems
• String, D-branes and QHE
• Conformal field theory and QHE
• Non-commutative Chern-Simons, matrix model theory and QHE
• QHE in higher dimensions
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• Links between Wigner systems and QHE
• Supersymmetry and QHE
• Spin Hall effect
• Graphene
• Thermodynamic properties of parafermions and parabosons
• Integrable systems
• Non-commutative geometry in quantum and statistical physics
• Coherent states and their applications
• Entanglements

Supervising in Master:
• Mustafa Mouhaoui : on ”Haldane-Shastry Model Type BCN ”, (2003/2005).
• Nabil Habiballah: on ”Matrix Model Theory and Quantum Hall Effect”, (2004/2006).
• Rachid Hou¸
ca: on ”Spin Hall Effect and Non-commutativity”, (2004/2006).
• Youssef Khedif: on ”Thermodynamics Properties of Quantum Hall Particles”, (2004/2006).
• Kamal Barada: on ”Symmetry and Spin Hall Effect”, (2005/2007)
• Malika Bellati: on ”Quantum Hall Effect on Higher Dimensional Spaces”, (2005/2007).
• Abderrahim El Mouhafid: on ”Shot Noise and Quantum Hall Effect in Graphene”, (2007/2008).
• Abdelali Ahmidi: on ”Tunneling Effect for Dirac Fermions in Graphene”, (2008/2009).
• Mohammed Belkadi: on ”Confined Dirac Fermions in Graphene”, (2008/2009).
• Miloud Mekkaoui: on ”Generalized Kinetic Equations for Charge Carriers in Graphene”,
(2008/2009).

Supervising in PhD:
• Rachid Hou¸
ca: on ”Theory of Spin Hall Effect”, (2007).
• Malika Bellati: on ”Quantum Hall Effect in Graphene”, (2008).
• El Bouˆ
azaoui Choubabi: on ”Tunneling of Dirac Fermions in Graphene”, (2008).
• Abderrahim El Mouhafid: on ”Shot Noise of Dirac Fermions in Graphene”, (2009).
• Miloud Mekkaoui: on ”Transport Properties through Barrier Structures in Graphene”, (2010).

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Scientific Publications:
54- M. Daoud, A. Jellal and E.B. Choubabi, ”Bipartite entanglement of multipartite states using
quantum network of beam splitters” (2010).
53- M. Daoud, A. Jellal, E.B. Choubabi, E.H. El Kinani ”Bipartite and Tripartite Entanglement
of Truncated Harmonic Oscillator Coherent States via Beam Splitters”, submitted to J. Phys. A
(2010).
52- M. Daoud, A. Jellal and E.B. Choubabi, ”Entangled Phase States and Quantum Beam
Splitter”, submitted to J. Math. Phys. (2010).
51- A.D. Alhaidari, A. Jellal, E.B. Choubabi and H. Bahlouli, ”Mass Generation via Space
Compactification in Graphene, submitted to Europhys. Lett. (2010).
50- A. Jellal, A. El Mouhafid and M. Daoud, ”Dirac Fermions in Electromagnetic Field and
Related Matters”, submitted to Phys. Rev. A (2010).
49- A.D. Alhaidari, H. Bahlouli and A. Jellal, ”Relativistic Double Barrier Problem with Three
Sub-Barrier Transmission Resonance Regions”, arXiv:1010.3437, submitted to Phys. Lett. A
(2010).
48- A. Jellal, M. Bellati and M. Schreiber ”Diamagnetism of Confined Dirac Fermions in Disordered Graphene”, submitted to J. Phys. A (2010).
47- A. Jellal and A. El Mouhafid, ”Dirac Fermions in Inhomogeneous Magnetic Fields”, J .
Phys. A: Math. & Theo. 44 (2011) 015302, arXiv:1010.5574.
46- M. Daoud, A. Jellal and A. Ouled Guejdi, ”Electromagnetic Excitations of Hall Systems on
Four Dimensional Space”, submitted to Int. J. Geo. Meth. Mod. Phys. (2010).
45- M. Daoud, A. Jellal and A. Ouled Guejdi, ”Electromagnetic Excitations of An Quantum
Hall Droplets”, Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A25 (2010) 3675, arXiv:1009.5064.
44- M. Daoud, A. Jellal and A. Ouled Guejdi, ”Symplectic Fluctuations for Electromagnetic
Excitations of Hall Droplets”, J. Stat. Mech. 1001 (2010) P07017, arXiv:1009.3538.
43- M. Daoud, M. El Bouziani, R. Hou¸ca and A. Jellal, ”Magnetism of Two Coupled Harmonic
Oscillators”, J. Stat. Mech. 1001 (2010) P01012, arXiv:0911.2837.
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42- O.F.
Dayi and A. Jellal, ”Novel Approach for Confined Dirac Fermions in Graphene”, J.
Math. Phys. 51 (2010) 063522, arXiv:0909.1448.
41- E.B. Choubabi, M. El Bouziani and A. Jellal, ”Tunneling for Dirac Fermions in Constant
Magnetic Field”, Int. J. Geo. Meth. Mod. Phys. 7 (2010) 909. arXiv:0906.0097.
40- A. Jellal, A.D. Alhaidari and H. Bahlouli, ”Confined Dirac Fermions in a Constant Magnetic
Field”, Phys. Rev. A80 (2009) 012109, arXiv:0904.0587.
39- A. Jellal and R. Hou¸ca, ”Periodic Structures with Rashba Coupling in Magnetic Field”, J.
Phys. A: Math. & Theo. 42 (2009) 035205, arXiv:0806.3574.
38- A. Jellal and M. Bellati, ”Fractional Quantum Hall States in Graphene”, Int. J. Geo. Meth.
Mod. Phys. 7 (2010) 143, arXiv:0805.2388.
37- A. Jellal, ”Anomalous Quantum Hall Effect on Sphere”, Nucl. Phys. B804 (2008) 361-382,
arXiv:0709.4126.
36- A. Jellal and R. Hou¸ca, ”Non-commutative Description of Quantum Spin Hall Effect”, Int.
J. Geo. Meth. Mod. Phys. 6 (2008) 343-360, hep-th/0611301.

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35- A. Jellal and Y. Khedif, ”Thermodynamics Properties of Hall Particles”, Int. J. Geo. Meth.
Mod. Phys. 5 (2008) 297–317, hep-th/0611300.
34- M. Daoud and A. Jellal, ”Quantum Hall Effect on the Flag Space F2 ”, Int. J. Mod. Phys.
A23 (2008) 3129–3154, hep-th/0610157.
33- M. Daoud and A. Jellal, ”Effective Wess-Zumino-Witten Action for Edge States of Quantum
Hall Systems on Bergman Ball”, Nucl. Phys. B764 (2007) 109–127, hep-th/0605289.
32- M. Daoud and A. Jellal, ”Quantum Hall Droplets on Disc and Effective Wess-Zumino-Witten
Action for Edge States”, Int. J. Geo. Meth. Mod. Phys. 4 (2007) 0407, hep-th/0605290.
31- A. Jellal, ”Quantum Hall Effect on Higher Dimensional Spaces”, Nucl. Phys. B725 (2005)
554–576, hep-th/0505095.
30- J.S. Gates, A. Jellal, E.H. Saidi and M. Schreiber, ”Supersymmetric Embedding of the
Quantum Hall Matrix Model”, JHEP 0411 (2004) 075, hep-th/0410070.
29- A. Jellal, E.H. El Kinani and M. Schreiber, ”Two Coupled Harmonic Oscillators on NonCommutative Plane”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A20 (2005) 1515–1529, hep-th/0309105.
28- A. Jellal, R.A. R¨omer and M. Schreiber, ”Anisotropic Matrix Model Quantum Hall”, hepth/0309085.
27- A. Jellal and M. Schreiber, ”A Matrix Model for Bilayered Quantum Hall Systems”, J. Phys.
A: Math. Gen. 37 (2004) 3147, hep-th/0304207.
26- A. Jellal, E.H. Saidi, H.B. Geyer and R.A. R¨omer, ”A Matrix Model for Fractional Quantum
Hall States”, J. Phys. Soc. Japan 72 (2003) A127, hep-th/0303143.
25- A. Jellal, ”Non-commutativity Parameter and Composite Fermions”, Mod. Phys. Lett. A18
(2003) 1473-1484, hep-th/0209259.
24- A. Jellal, ”Electrons-Holes on Non-commutative Plane and Hall Effect”, hep-th/0207269.
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23- A. Jellal, E.H. Saidi and H.B. Geyer, ”A Matrix Model for νk1 k2 = kk11+k
k2 Fractional Quantum
Hall States”, hep-th/0204248.
22- A. Jellal and H.B. Geyer, ”Second Virial Coefficient for Non-commutative Space”, Mod.
Phys. Lett. A18 (2003) 927-935, hep-th/0201203.
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21- O.F.
Dayi and A. Jellal, ”Hall Effect in Non-commutative Coordinates”, J. Math. Phys. 43
(2002) 4592-4601, hep-th/0111267.
20- A. Jellal, ”Coherent States for Generalized Laguerre Functions”, Mod. Phys. Lett. A17
(2002) 671-682, hep-th/0109028.
19- A. Jellal, T.D. Palev and J. Van der Jeugt, ”Macroscopic properties of A-statistics”, J. Phys.
A: Math. Gen. 34 (2001) 10179-10199, hep-th/0110276.
18- A. Jellal, ”Orbital Magnetism of Two-Dimension Non-commutative Confined System”, J.
Phys. A: Math. Gen. 34 (2001) 10159-10177, hep-th/0105303.
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17- O.F.
Dayi and A. Jellal, ”Landau Diamagnetism in Non-commutative Space and the Nonextensive Thermodynamics of Tsallis”, Phys. Lett. A287 (2001) 349, cond-mat/0103562.
16- J.P. Gazeau, P.Y. Hsiao and A. Jellal, ”A Coherent-State Approach to Confined Twodimensional Electron Magnetism”, Phys. Rev. B65 (2002) 094427, cond-mat/0101338.
15- A. Jellal and E.H. El Kinani, ”Graded q-pseudo-differential Operators and Supersymmetric
Algebras” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 35 (2002) 3697-3702, hep-th/0011055.

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14- A. Jellal, ”Thermodynamic Properties of a Quantum Group Boson Gas GLp,q (2)”, Mod.
Phys. Lett. A17 (2002) 701-710, hep-th/0010216.
13- A. Jellal and M. Daoud, ”D-dimensional Ideal Quantum Gases in Arn + Br−n Potential”,
Mod. Phys. Lett. B17 (2003) 1321-1330, hep-th/0010213.
12- A. Jellal, ”Multiparametric Quantum Group Bosons”, Acta Physica Slovaca 50 (2000) 601.
11- A. Jellal, ”Quantum Superalgebra Uq (sl(2/1)) on the Poincar´e Half-Plane”, Rep. Math.
Phys. 47 (2001) 1.
10- A. Jellal and H.-T. Sato, ”FFZ Realization of the Deformed Super Virasoro Algebra—
Chaichian-Preˇsnajder Type”, Phys. Lett. B483 (2000) 451, hep-th/0003268.
9- A. Jellal, ”Degeneracy of the Lowest Landau Level and suq (2) on the Poincar´e Half-Plane”,
Acta Physica Slovaca 50 (2000) 253.
8- A. Jellal, M. Daoud and Y. Hassouni, ”Supersymmetric Sine Algebra and Degeneracy of
Landau Levels”, Phys. Lett. B474 (2000) 122.
7- A. Jellal, ”On the Ground State for Fractional Quantum Hall Effect”, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 39
(2000) 373.
6- A. Jellal, ”Realization of Supersymmetric Sine Algebra and Quantum Superalgebra Uq (sl(2/1))”,
Mod. Phys. Lett. A14 (1999) 2253.
5- A. Jellal, ”Degeneracy of the Lowest Landau Level and Quantum Group Uq (sl(2)) on the
Sphere”, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 38 (1999) 2283.
4- A. Jellal and E.H. El Kinani, ”Hidden Symmetry of Two and Three Body Interaction Systems”, published in my PhD Thesis (2000).
3- A. Jellal, ”Uq [sl(2)] Quantum Algebra in Quantum Hall Effect”, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 38
(1999) 1905.
2- A. Jellal, ”Fractional Quantum Hall Effect and (2+1)-Dimensional Quantum Electrodynamics”, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 37 (1998) 2751.
1- A. Jellal, ”Quantum Hall Effect”, Int. J. Theor. Phys. 37 (1998) 2187.

Papers in Progress:
7- Transport Properties of Dirac Fermions in Graphene Sheet with two Barriers.
6- Tunneling Effect of Dirac Fermions in Linear Potential.
5- Confined Dirac Fermions in Graphene with Zeeman Term.
4- Current Transport in the Presence of Strong Coulomb Interaction.
3 - Dirac Fermions in Magnetic Field and one Barrier Potential.
2 - Diamagnetism of Dirac Fermions in Disordered Graphene and Variational Magnetic Field.
1 - Confined 2D System in Homogeneous Perpendicular Magnetic Field with Rashba Coupling.

Recent Talks & Lectures:
19- Introduction to Graphene Theory: Transport Properties & Diamagnetism, First Moroccan–
Saudi Meeting on Mathematical Physics, 16-26 July, Saudi Center of Theoretical Physics (SCTP),
Ifrane–Morocco (2010).
18- Dirac Fermions in Electromagnetic Field and Jaynes–Cummings Models, KACST 2nd Meeting on Quantum Optics and Informatics, 22-23 May, King Abdulaziz City of Science and Technology

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(KACST), Riyadh–Saudi Arabia (2010).
17- A Novel Approach to Confined Dirac fermions, National Meeting on Mathematics, 0306 June, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes–Morocco (2009), Fourth Saudi Science Conference, 21-24
March, Taibah University, AL-Madinah–Saudi Arabia (2010).
16- Anomalous Quantum Hall Effect on Sphere, National Meeting on Singularities and its Applications, 04-05 May, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes–Morocco (2008).
15- Matrix Model for a Class of Solvable Models, 7th National Meeting of Differential Geometry
and its Applications, 30 June, Hassan II University Ben M’sik, Casablanca–Morocco (2007).
14- Quantum Hall Effect in Graphene, 12th National Workshop on Interface between High Energy
Physics and Mathematical Physics, 18-19 April, Mohammed V University, Rabat–Morocco (2007).
13- Quantum Hall Effect and Related Topics, Interface Between Condensed Matter and High
Energy Physics, 27 June, Ibn M’Sik Faculty of Sciences, Casablanca–Morocco (2007).
12- Effective Wess-Zumino-Witten Action for Edge States of Quantum Hall Systems on Bergman
Ball, International Symposium on Mathematical Physics, 01-03 June, Faculty of Sciences and Technical,
Errachidia–Morocco (2006).
11- Pauli Operators on Riemann Surfaces and Quantum Hall effect, 5th National Meeting of
Differential Geometry and its Applications, 01 July, Hassan II University Ben M’sik, Casablanca–Morocco
(2005).
10- Quantum Hall Effect on Higher Dimensional Spaces, 11th National Workshop on Interface
between High Energy Physics and Mathematical Physics, 23-24 May, Mohammed V University, Rabat–
Morocco (2005).
9- Quantum Hall Effect and Matrix Model Theory, Conference on Higher Dimensional Quantum
Hall Effect, Chern-Simons Theory and Non-Commutative Geometry in Condensed Matter Physics
and Field Theory, 1-4 March, the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste–Italy
(2005).
8- Two-Coupled Harmonic Oscillators Non-commutative Plane, 10th workshop on Mathematical
Physics and its applications, 24-25 June, Hassan II University Ben M’sik, Casablanca–Morocco (2004).
7- Recent Developments on Quantum Hall Matrix Model, First Meeting on Theoretical Physics,
27-29 May, Faculty of Sciences and Technical, Tanger–Morocco (2004).
6- Coherent States and Hypergeometric Functions, National Meeting on Mathematical Physics,
14-15 May, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes–Morocco (2004).
5- A Matrix Model for Bilayered Quantum Hall, 9th workshop on Mathematical Physics and its
applications, 22-24 February, Mohammed V University, Rabat–Morocco (2004).
4- A Matrix Model for a Class of Fractional Quantum Hall Fluids, Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Division of the DPG (German Physical Society) 24-28 March, Technische Universit¨at
Dresden, Dresden–Germany (2003).
3- Bilayered Wavefunction and Matrix Model Theory, Kolloquium zum DFG Schwerpunktprogramm Quanten-Hall-Systeme, 9-10 January, Bad Honnef–Germany (2003).
2- Quantum Hall Effect and Non-commutative Geometry, 5th workshop on Superstring Theory
and Quantum Hall effect Systems, 13-16 December, Rabat–Morocco (2002).
1- New approach to Fractional Quantum Hall Effect, Workshop on Non-commutative Geometry
and the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect, 02-06 August, Adelaide–Australia (2002).
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Conferences & Schools & Workshops:
• First Moroccan–Saudi Meeting on Mathematical Physics, 16-26 July, supported by Saudi
Center for Theoretical Physics (SCTP), Ifrane–Morocco 2010).
• KACST 2nd Meeting on Quantum Optics and Informatics, 22-23 May, King Abdul Aziz City
of Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh–Saudi Arabia 2010).
• Fourth Saudi Science Conference, 21-24 March, Taibah University, AL-Madinah–Saudi
Arabia (2010).
• National Meeting on Mathematics, 03-06 June, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes–Morocco
(2009).
• Spring School on Superstring Theory and Related Topics, 23-31 March, the Abdus Salam
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste–Italy (2009).
• Introductory School on Gauge Theory/Gravity Correspondence 19-30 May, the Abdus Salam
International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste–Italy (2008).
• National Meeting on Singularities and its Applications, 04-05 May, Moulay Ismail University,
Meknes–Morocco (2008).
• 7th National Meeting of Differential Geometry and its Applications, 30 June, Hassan II University Ben M’sik, Casablanca–Morocco (2007).
• 12th National Workshop on Interface between High Energy Physics and Mathematical Physics,
18-19 April, Mohammed V University, Rabat–Morocco (2007).
• Interface between Condensed Matter and High Energy Physics, 27 January, Ibn M’Sik Faculty
of Sciences, Casablanca–Morocco (2007).
• International Symposium on Mathematical Physics, 01-03 June, Faculty of Sciences and
Technical, Errachidia–Morocco (2006).
• 10th National Workshop on Interface between High Energy Physics and Mathematical Physics,
23-24 May, Mohammed V University, Rabat–Morocco (2005).
• Conference on Higher Dimensional Quantum Hall Effect, Chern-Simons Theory and Non-Commutative
Geometry in Condensed Matter Physics and Field Theory, 1-4 March, the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste–Italy (2005).
• 10th Workshop on Mathematical Physics and its Applications, 24-25 June, Hassan II University Ben M’sik, Casablanca–Morocco (2004).
• First National Meeting on Theoretical Physics 27-29 May, Faculty of Sciences and Technical,
Tanger–Morocco (2004).

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• National Meeting on Mathematical Physics, 14-15 May, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes–
Morocco (2004).
• 9th Workshop on Mathematical Physics and its Applications, 22-24 February, Mohammed V
University, Rabat–Morocco (2004).
• Symposium on Fractional Quantum Hall Effect: Past, Present, Future, 02-05 July, Solid State
Physics Institute, Stuttgart–Germany (2003).
• Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Division of the DPG (German Physical Society) 24-28
March, Technische Universit¨
at Dresden, Dresden–Germany (2003).
• Kolloquium zum DFG Schwerpunktprogramm Quanten-Hall-Systeme, 9-10 January, Phys-ikzentrum,
Bad Honnef–Germany (2003).
• 5th workshop on Superstring Theory and Quantum Hall Effect Systems, 13-16 December, Mohammed V University, Rabat-Morocco (2002).
• Workshop on Non-commutative Geometry and Fractional Quantum Hall Effect (August 02-06),
University of Adelaide, Australia (2002).
• Workshop on String Theory and related topics (February 04-22), Stellenbosch Institute for
Advanced Study (STIAS), South Africa (2002).
• School on String Theory, Quantum Gravity and Cosmology (January 22-February 02), Stellenbosch University, South Africa (2002).
• School on String Theory (September 10-28) , Feza Gursey Institute, Istanbul, Turkey (2001).
• NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Statistical Field Theories (June 18-22) , Centro di
Cultura Scientifica ”A. Volta”, Como, Italy (2001).
• Workshop on Quantum Field Theory, Non-commutativity Geometry and Quantum Probability
(March 26-29), SISSA, Trieste, Italy (2001).
• Workshop on Non-commutative Geometry, String Theory and Particle Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco (2000).
• Analysis on Lie Groups and Representation Theory (CIMPA-UNSA-UNESCO-MOROCCO),
Faculty of Sciences, Ibn Tofail University, Kenitra, Morocco (1999).
• 1th Summer School on High Energy Physics, High School of Technology, Safi, Morocco (1999).
• International Mediterranean Workshop on High Energy and Condensed Matter Physics (ICTP),
Faculty of Sciences, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco (1997).
• 2th National Meeting of Junior Researcher in Physics, Faculty of Sciences Ben M’Sik, Hassan
II University, Casablanca, Morocco (1997).

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• 1th International Congress of Physics of Interactions: Material-Radiation, Faculty of Sciences,
Choua¨ıb Doukkali University, El Jadida, Morocco (1995).
• 4th Meeting of Statistical Physics, Faculty of Sciences, Choua¨ıb Doukkali University, El Jadida,
Morocco (1994).

Visiting positions:
• Max-Planck-Institut f¨
ur Physik komplexer Systeme, (31/08–29/09), Dresden, Germany (2009).
• the Abdus Salam-International Centre for Theoretical Physics, within the associate scheme
(05/03–02/06), Trieste, Italy (2009) .
• Physics Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, (31/12/2008–13/02/2009),
Dhahran, Saudi Arabia (2009) .
• the Abdus Salam-International Centre for Theoretical Physics, within the associate scheme
(06/04–04/07), Trieste, Italy (2008) .
• the Abdus Salam-International Centre for Theoretical Physics, within invitation to High Energy
Section (31/07–30/09), Trieste, Italy (2007) .
• the Abdus Salam-International Centre for Theoretical Physics, within the associate scheme
(12/02–13/05), Trieste, Italy (2005) .
• Department of Physics and Mathematical Physics of University of Adelaide (04/08–02/10), Adelaide SA, Australia (2002).
• INFN Naples Section (01/04–31/05), Naples, Italy. (2001)
• the Abdus Salam-International Centre for Theoretical Physics, within invitation to High Energy
Section (15/08–15/12), Trieste, Italy (2000).
• the Abdus Salam-International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, within the federation schemes (1997) and (1998).

References:
1- Prof. Dr. Omer F. Dayi
Physics Department, Faculty of Science and Lett.
Istanbul Technical University, 80626 Maslak, Istanbul-Turkey
E-mail: dayi@gursey.gov.tr – dayi@itu.edu.tr
2- Prof. Dr. Ahmed Lesfari
Choua¨ıb Doukkali University, Department of Mathematics
Ibn Mˆaachou Street, P.O. Box 20, 24000 El Jadida-Morocco
E-mail: lesfariahmed@yahoo.fr

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3- Prof. Dr. Gerardo Ortiz
Department of Physics, 727 E. Third St., Swain Hall West 230
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405, USA
E-mail: ortiz@indiana.edu
4- Prof. Dr. Tchavdar D. Palev
Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy
Boulevard Tsarigradsko Chaussee 72, 1784 Sofia, Bulgaria
E-mail: tpalev@inrne.bas.bg
5- Prof. Dr. El Hassan Saidi
Mohammed V University, Laboratory of High Energy Physics
Ibn Battouta Street, P.O. Box 1014, Rabat-Morocco
E-mail: H-saidi@fsr.ac.ma, saidieh@hotmail.com

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