The 11th Alimohammadi Prize in Physics has been awarded to the IASBS PhD graduate, Dr Davud Hebri.
Out of 10 candidates from among recent Physics PhD graduates throughout the country, the Prize was won by Mr Davud Hebri, an optics graduate from the IASBS for his PhD thesis entitled “Light beam diffraction from structured separable apertures in Cartesian and polar coordinates” supervised by Prof Seifollah Rasouli.
The Alimohammadi Prize was established by the Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM) in 2011. The Physical Society of Iran (PSI) collaborates in the event. The Prize is granted to PhD theses researched entirely in the country leading to viva within three years of the award date. The Prize has been set up to commemorate the academic endeavours of the martyred Tehran University lecturer, Dr Masoud Alimohammadi, who was the first physicist to receive the PhD degree at an Iranian university.
The IASBS President and other members of the University congratulate Dr Hebri for this achievement.
The news of this success is also published in the Academic Achievements News Section of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology website.
Wed, 20 Jul 2022
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