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Behrouz Maraghechi, Professor
Adjunct Professor, Physics
1 (914) 606-1763
Behrouz Maraghechi is an Adjunct Professor in physics who teaches general physics laboratories at Manhattanville College and general physics courses and labs at Pace University. He has a long experience of research in theory and computer simulation of free electron lasers and the propagation of electromagnetic waves in plasma. He received his Ph.D. in physics at the University of Missouri-Columbia and his B.S. in physics at the Shiraz University, Iran.
Amirkabir University of Technology
Three-dimensional Simulation of Thermal Harmonic Lasing Free Electron Laser with Detuning of the Fundamental
Spatiotemporal Evolution of Intense Short Gaussian Laser Pulses in Weakly Relativistic Magnetized Plasma