Dr. Basir Ahamed Khan

Name : Dr. Basir Ahamed Khan

              Assistant Professor and H.O.D

Date of joining : 23.12.2006

Address:  Department of Physics, Krishnath College, Berhampore, Murshidabad 742401, West Bengal, India

Email: basir.khan@gmail.com

Academic Qualification : M.Sc, Ph.D.

Area of Specification: Higher Energy Physics

Research Interest :

  • Multiphoton dissociation of diatomic and triatomic molecule in intense Laser field.
  • Time Dependent Fourier Grid Hamiltonian Method for bound states of multidimensional system.
  • The Schrӧdinger equation solution by Time Dependent Discrete Variable Representation (TDDVR) method.
  • Molecular dynamics calculations.

 

Publications in Journals:

 

  1. Basir Ahamed Khan, “Photodissociation dynamics of triatomic molecule in  presence of pulsed and bichromatic laser field”,   Molecular Physics,  112, 1094 – 1101 (2014).
  2. Basir Ahamed Khan, Shubhankar Sardar, Tapas Sahoo, Pranab Sarkar, and Satrajit Adhikari,Nearly Linear Scalability of Time Dependent Discrete Variable Representation (TDDVR) Method for the Dynamics of Multi – Surface Multi – Mode Hamiltonian”,  Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, 12, 1350042 (2013).
  3. Pranab Sarkar and Basir Ahamed Khan, “The Fourier Grid Hamiltonian Method for Calculating Vibrational Energy Levels of Triatomic Molecules”, International Journal of Quantum Chem., 111, 2268-2274 (2011).

4.    Basir Ahamed Khan, Samir Saha, and S. S. Bhattacharyya, “Kinetic-energy-angle differential distribution of photofragments in multiphoton above-threshold dissociation of D2+ by linearly polarized 400-nm intense laser fields: Effects of highly excited electronic states”, Phys. Rev. A, 73, 023423 (2006).

 

  1. Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari. “Multi-surface multimode molecular dynamical simulation of naphthalene and anthracene radical cations by using nearly linear scalable Time-Dependent Discrete Variable Representation method.” Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 118, 11451 – 11470 (2014).

 

Poster presentations

International conference/workshop:

 

[1] Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari, “Multi-

surface multi-mode molecular dynamical simulation of naphthalene and anthracene radi-

cal cations by using Time Dependent Discrete Variable Representation (TDDVR) method”,

International symposium on advances in Spectroscopy and Ultrafast Dynamics (ASUD

2014), Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700 032,

India, December’ 2014.

 

[2] Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari, “Appli-

cation of TDDVR methodology on a multi-surface multi-mode Hamiltonian of Napthalene

radical cations”, Theoretical Chemistry Symposium 2014, NCL, Pune & IISER, Pune, De-

cember’ 2014.

 

[3] Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari, “Appli-

cation of TDDVR methodology on a multi-surface multi-mode Hamiltonian of CF3CN+”,

An International Conference on Electronic Structure and Dynamics of Molecules and

Clusters (ESDMC), Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata

– 700 032, India, 17 – 20 February’ 2013.

 

[4] Basir Ahamed Khan, A topical conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics, Indian

Association for the Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, Kolkata – 700 032, India, December’

2005.

 

National & State level conference/workshop:

 

[1] Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari, “Nearly

linear scalability of Time Dependent Discrete Variable Representation (TDDVR) method

for the dynamics on naphthalene and anthracene radical cations”, National Seminar

on Recent Advances in Chemistry(NSRAC), Department of Chemistry, Visva – Bharati,

March’ 2014.

 

[2] Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari, “Time

Dependence Discrete Variable Representation (TDDVR) method for the dynamics of

multi-surface multi-mode Hamiltonian”, State level two days seminar on Recent trends in

Physics, Domkal College, India, November’ 2013.

 

[3] Basir Ahamed Khan and Pranab Sarkar, “Calculation of vibrational energy levels of

triatomic molecules using FGH method and Lanczos matrix tri-diagonalization method”.

National Symposium on Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy (NSAMS), Integrated Science

Education Research Centre (ISERC), Visva- Bharati, March’ 2010.

 

Oral Presentation

 

[1] Basir Ahamed Khan, Subhankar Sardar, Pranab Sarkar and Satrajit Adhikari, “Time

Dependent Discrete Variable Representation (TDDVR) method for solving Schrödinger

equation: Application to the dynamics of multi-surface multi-mode Hamiltonian”, Inter-

national Conference on Frontiers of Mathematics Applications (ICFMA-2014), Burdwan

University, India, 29 – 31 January’ 2014.

 

Seminar/symposium/workshop attend

 

[1] Two day Seminar on “Complex Systems and Nonlinear Phenomena in Condensed Matter”

Organised by Department of Physics, Jadavpur University and Indian Association for the

Cultivation of Science, Jadavpur, India, January’ 2012.

 

[2] “Green Energy vis-a-vis Carbon – rich Power Generation : A Challenge Ahead”, Depart-

ment of Physics, Chakdaha College, India, January’ 2012.

 

[3] Symposium – IX on “Chemical Research In The First Decade of 21st Century” Organised

by Department of Chemistry, Visva Bharati, India, August’ 2011.

 

Publications in books, Chapters etc, :

  1. Basir Ahamed Khan, A brief overview of FGH and TDDVR methods and its Application, Lambert Academic Publishing,  2020, ISBN: 978-620-2-55236-3.

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