Project Title Optimizing muon decay measurements
Students Muzammil Abbasi
Session Summer 2018

Students Muzammil Abbasi Time Frame Summer 2018 Supplementary Materials Accurate determination of muon lifetimes Description Muzamil Abbasi is a final year undergraduate at the Habib University, Karachi. Working with the Physlab team, Umar Hasan and Dr …


Project Title Construction of a magnetic field mapper
Students Syed Furqan Abbas Hashmi and Muhammad Usman Baig
Session Summer 2018

Students Syed Furqan Abbas Hashmi and Muhammad Usman Baig Time Frame Summer 2018 Supplementary Materials Magnetic Field Mapper Supporting Material Description Samples that needed to be analysed by NMR Spectroscopy have to be subjected to a homogeneous …


Project Title Colors of powder
Students Ifrah Mahmood
Session IYPT 2018

Students Ifrah Mahmood Time Frame IYPT 2018 Supplementary Materials colours of powder final ppt Description Ifrah also spent time exploring how a coloured material is ground to a powder where it experiences amazing colour changes. The problem also enco …


Project Title Blowing Bubbles
Students Ifrah Mahmood
Session IYPT 2018

Students Ifrah Mahmood Time Frame IYPT 2018 Supplementary Materials Blowing Bubbles Description When blowing on a soap film in the ring, a bubble may be formed. The liquid film may pop or continue to exist. The IYPT Pakistan team member Iftah Mahmood s …


Project Title Bidirectional control of a Peltier element
Students Muhammad Sheroz Malik
Session Summer 2016

Students Muhammad Sheroz Malik Time Frame Summer 2016 Supplementary Materials Student ReportPeltier Heater Control VI FileCircuit Diagram Description A bi-directional current source is needed so as to exploit the Peltier device’s heating and cooling ph …


Project Title Coincidence detection circuits for photon correlations
Students Muhammad Ramish Ashraf
Session Spring 2017

Students Muhammad Ramish Ashraf Time Frame Spring 2017 Description Coincidence detection is the simultaneous detection of two or more photons in different detectors. The electronics associated with coincidence-counting tend to be very costly. The aim o …


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