Muhammad Sabieh Anwar completed his D.Phil. from the Department of Physics, Oxford University (UK) in 2004, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar from Pakistan. His dissertation was titled, “Quantum Information Processing using Para-Hydrogen NMR” and revolved around the preparation of pure quantum states for quantum computing. This work also constituted the first demonstration of quantum entanglement in the liquid state.
His post-doctoral experience at the University of California, Berkeley (USA) involved the demonstration of hyperpolarized NMR using heterogeneous catalytic systems, microfluidic and “lab-on-a-chip” NMR, synthesis of precise magnetic fields for ex-situ NMR, algorithmic cooling, polarization lifetime studies and hypersensitive nanoparticle MRI.
Prior to his doctoral studies, Sabieh received his B.Sc. (Honours) degree in electrical engineering (electronics and communications) from the UET, Lahore.
Sabieh’s current research interests include quantum control, spin mechanisms in nanomagnetic materials, nanotechnology, spintronics, magnetic resonance and physics education.
His research has been published in various journals notably the Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), Physical Review Letters, A and B, Chemical Physics Letters, Analytical Chemistry, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Angewandte Chemie, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, Daltons Transactions and the American Journal of Physics.
He has also taught at the Punjab University, UET (Lahore), National Centre for Physics (Islamabad) and the COMSATS Department of Physics (Islamabad) and has been an active speaker at many national and international physics / chemistry forums.
Dr. Sabieh is also the Joint Secretary and one of the founders of the Khwarizmi Science Society– a non-profit organization aiming at developing a science culture in Lahore’s educational institutions. This Association has organized about 200 events of different kinds with the objective of strengthening the popular image of the scientific content and method.
Dr. Sabieh is recipient of ICTP Physics Prize for the year 2008 as well as Aizaz-e-Sabqat from the Government of Pakistan.
|Dilute magnetic ions mediated magneto-dielectric, optical and ferroelectric response of MgAl
||Journal of Physics Condensed Matter||2020|
|Synthesis, characterization and magnetic studies for a series of compounds having a trinuclear bimetallic Cu
|Engineering the absorption spectra of thin film multilayer absorbers for enhanced color purity in cmy color filters||Optical Materials Express||2020|
|Analysis of dielectric dispersion and magnetoelectric coupling in BiFeO
|Twisted non-diffracting beams through all dielectric meta-axicons||Nanoscale||2019|
|Hippopedal intensity plots: Drawing comparisons between antenna and optical polarimetry||Applied Optics||2019|
|Magneto-optical effects in the Landau level manifold of 2D lattices with spin-orbit interaction||Optics Express||2019|
|Correction: Polarisation insensitive multifunctional metasurfaces based on all-dielectric nanowaveguides (Nanoscale (2018) 10 (18323-18330) DOI: 10.1039/C8NR05633A)||Nanoscale||2019|
|Six new dinuclear Schiff base complexes of Cu(II)/Ln(III) system: Synthesis, characterization and magnetic studies||Journal of Molecular Structure||2019|
|Fluoride ion assisted growth of hierarchical flowerlike nanostructures of Co/Ni ferrites and their magnetoresistive response||RSC Advances||2019|
|Optimization of DyFe nanostructures using E-beam lithography for magneto-optical applications||Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials||2019|
|Polarisation insensitive multifunctional metasurfaces based on all-dielectric nanowaveguides||Nanoscale||2018|
|Improved Efficiency of Inverted Perovskite Solar Cells Via Surface Plasmon Resonance Effect of Au@PSS Core-Shell Tetrahedra Nanoparticles||Solar RRL||2018|
|Optimization of magnetodielectric coupling in Mn substituted BiFeO
||Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics||2018|
|Magnetic Dynamics and All-Optical Switching in 5 nm Dy-Fe Nanostructures||IEEE Transactions on Magnetics||2018|
|Synthesis and properties of nickel-doped nanocrystalline barium hexaferrite ceramic materials||Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing||2018|
|Conduction mechanism and magnetic behavior of Cu doped barium hexaferrite ceramics||Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics||2018|
|Low temperature Voigt effect in the terbium gallium garnet crystal||Optics Express||2017|
|Dielectric Meta-Holograms Enabled with Dual Magnetic Resonances in Visible Light||ACS Nano||2017|
|'PhysTrack': A Matlab based environment for video tracking of kinematics in the physics laboratory||European Journal of Physics||2017|
|Effective oscillator strengths of Tb3+ ions in a garnet crystal determined from low temperature magneto-optic rotations||NATO Science for Peace and Security Series B: Physics and Biophysics||2017|
|Structural and impedance spectroscopic studies of CuO-doped (K
||Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing||2016|
|Structural, dielectric, and impedance study of ZnO-doped barium zirconium titanate (BZT) ceramics||Journal of Materials Science||2016|
|Tailoring of ZnO with selected group-II elements for LED materials||Applied Physics A: Materials Science and Processing||2016|
|700 keV Ni+2 ions induced modification in structural, surface, magneto-optic and optical properties of ZnO thin films||Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms||2016|