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Dr A.J Rusi el Hassani

Professor

Supervisor of Applied Physics Laboratory

 

 

Ph.D

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland.

Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Zurich, Suisse

 

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Dr A.J. Rusi el Hassani is the Supervisor of the Applied Physics Laboratory and co-responsible of the Bioelectromagnetic group at the Faculty of Sciences & Techniques.  Before he was Professor at the Mohamed V University, ‘Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs’. He has worked on a variety of projects in his 18-year career in atomic, nuclear and particle physics.  He is an experimental physicist working on studies of elementary particles and their interactions.  Dr A.J. Rusi el Hassani  has worked at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETHZ  for many years on the pionic atom experiments, which for the first time, the L X rays in pionic ³He and 4He and their intensities were measured with high accuracy. It was possible to determine the strong widths of the 2p level of these pionic atoms directly and also the P° yield from the charge exchange reaction at rest P¯ + ³He → P° + ³H was measured.  Dr Rusi el Hassani  has constructed the  novel type of neutral pion P° detector. The principal requirements on the detector is low sensitivity to background radiation witch consists mainly of low energy gamma rays and neutrons. Dr Rusi el Hassani is currently involved in an experiment at Paul Scherrer Institut  sponsored by the collaboration., where a large number of Pion mesons are produced. He has authored or co-authored over 40 scientific and technical publications. And also many literature publications.

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CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

Ø      Education

Ø      Employment

Ø      Teachning

Ø      Professional Activities

Ø    Literature Activities

Ø      Research Interests

Ø      Proposal

Ø      Selected Publications

Ø      Conferences & Workshops

Ø      Preparations & Realization of some PhD Theses.

Ø      Some Projects for The Students Granted Higher Degrees.

Ø      Formation Continue

Ø      Contact Information

 

 

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EDUCATION

 

 

  • Doctor of Natural Sciences, Swiss Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland..
  • 1st, 2, 3 Diploma in Physics, the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium.

 

EMPLOYMENT

1998 - present

Professor of Physics

 Department of Physics.

 Faculty of Sciences & Techniques

 Tanger. Morocco

1992 - 1998

Professor of Applied Physics

Department of Mechanic engineers

Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs

Rabat. Morocco

1986 - 1992

Assistant Research

 Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

 Zurich. Switzerland.

TEACHING

v      v      Nuclear Reactors , Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs.

v      v      Nuclear Physics , Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs.

v      v      Radiation Interaction with a Matter , Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs.

v      v      Detection , Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs.

v      v      Electromagnetic & Quantum Mechanic & Relativity, Faculty of  Sciences & techniques.

v      v      Radioprotection & protection of the Environnement, Faculty of  Sciences & techniques.

 

 

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PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

 

§         §         Invited Professor by : Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich. Switzerland.

§         §         Invited Professor by : Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland.

§         §         Responsable for the Nuclear engineers section at : L’Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs ( EMI).

§         §         Co-Responsable of : la formation continue : ‘ Mastère d’Aptitude en Technologie’.

§         §         Supervisor of Applied Physics Laboratory, FSTT.

§         §         Co-Responsable of : Bioelectromagnetic Group.

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Particles physics, Detection, Data analysis, Radio protection,

 

RESEARCH PROJECT:

 

Proposal

 

Abstract

 

We propose to measure the strong interaction width and shift of the ground of pionic hydrogen in order to determine the pion-nucleon scattering lengths for both isospin components a+ and aˉ with a relative accuracy of better than 10ˉ². The scattering length aˉ extracted from the width measurement has a direct relation to the pion-nucleon coupling constant and can be directly compared with predictions of chiral perturbation theory. Systematic errors of the width measurement caused by Doppler broadening can be corrected by comparing simultaneous experiments with pionic and muonic hydrogen atoms. The present experiment serve to test the Quantum chromodynamic QCD at low energies. For more description of the experiments see:at Paul Scherrer Institute PSI

 

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SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

 

 

 

  • Pressure Dependence of Ground State Schift and Width in pionic Hydrogen. The collaboration. Deutsche Physicalische Gesellschafte (2002).
  • The pion –nucleon scattering lengths from pionic hydrogen and deuterium. The RCS3 collaboration.   European Physical Journal C ( particles and fields) C21, 473-488 (2001)
  • Determination of the пN scattering lengths from pionic hydrogen. The RCS3 collaboration .Physics Letters B 469 (1999) 25-29.
  • X – ray spectroscopy of the pionic deuterium atom. The RCS3 collaboration . Nuclear Physics A625. 1997.
  • The strong interaction shift and width of the ground state of pionic hydrogen. The RCS3 collaboration. Nuclear Physics A609. 1996.
  • The strong interaction shift and width of the 1s level. The RCS3 collaboration . Physics Review Letter 75. 1995.
  • Measurement of the 1s state in pionic hydrogen. The RCS3 collaboration . Nuclear Physics A585. 1995.
  • The measurement of the absolute yields of the Lyman transitions in pionic hydrogen and deuterium. The RCS3 collaboration . Zeischrift fur Physik A- Hadron and Nuclei, Spring-Verlag A 351. 1995.
  • Determination of the D wave in pionic deuterium with a high resolution crystal spectrometer. The RCS3 collaboration. Physics Review Letter 74. 1995.
  • The Strong interaction of the ground state in pionic atoms (H,D). The RCS3 collaboration . Muon on solid state Physics and Chemistry PSI. Newsletter. 1994.
  • Measurement of the strong interaction shifts and widths in pionic Helium isotopes.  The RCS3 collaboration.  PANIC, U.S.A. 1993.
  • A Measurement of the Strong Interaction of the 1S level. The RCS3 collaboration . Nuclear and Particles Physics PSI Newsletter. Nuclear and Particles Physics PSI Newsletter. 1993.
  • A High resolution reflecting crystal spectrometer to measure 3 Kev pionic hydrogen and deuterium x rays. The RCS3 collaboration. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A335. 1993.
  • First measurement with the improved crystal spectrometer at the new piE5 beam. The RCS3 collaboration . Nuclear and Particles Physics PSI. Newsletter. 1992.
  • A double focusing crystal spectrometer for low energy x rays. The RCS3 collaboration . Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 311. 1992.
  • Determination of the strong interaction shift in pionic hydrogen with a high resolution crystal spectrometer system. The RCS3 collaboration . Physics Letters B 261. 1991.
  • Determination of K x rays Yields in pionic hydrogen as a function of gas pressure. The RCS3 collaboration. Electromagnetic cascade and chemistry of exotics atoms. Edited by L.M. Simons, Plenum Press, New York. 1991.
  • A scintillating fiber detecteur for pi zero identification. The RCS3 collaboration . Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A290,109. 1990.
  • New resonances Phynomenon in pionic atoms : Strong 3d width in pionic 24Mg. The RCS3 collaboration . Swiss Physics Society.1990.
  • Measurement of the strong interaction shift of the 3d level in 40Ca. The RCS3 collaboration . Swiss Physics Society.1990.
  • The pion Nuclear isoscalar s wave interaction at zero energy. The C RCS3 collaboration . Europhysics Letters 7(6). 1988.
  • On the s wave repulsion of the pion nuclear interaction. The RCS3 collaboration . Helvitica Physica Acta 61. 1988.
  • Study of the fast neutron colimator. Dip Wk, N.D, 1986.
  • Cross Section of the Charge exchange reaction : He++   +    H-     He+  +    .  Dip Wk, M.A.D. 1985.

 

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CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS

 

 

Paul Scherrer Institut 

 

 

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Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne

 

 

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AARHUS UNIVERSITET

 

Ø       Ø       First Results from the new pionic hydrogen Experiment Deutsche Physicalische Gesellschafte V (DPG)Germany (2001). ,

 

Ø       Ø       International Symposium on Meson Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the  Nucleon, Vancouver, Canada 1997.

 

Ø       Ø       Metting of SSP (Geneva)Particles and Nuclei. Swiss Physics Society(1997).

 

Ø       Ø       Workshop on pionic physics, Italie.( 1989 - 1997).

 

Ø       Ø       Workshop on Intermediate energy physics. Zurich, Suisse.(1995).

 

Ø       Ø       International Symposium on Medium Energy Physics, Beijing, China, (1994)

 

Ø       Ø       International Conference on Particles and Nuclei.

                            Massachusetts Institut of Technology (M. I .T), BOSTON, USA.(1993)

 

Ø       Ø       Metting of SSP (Geneva)Particles and Nuclei. Swiss Physics Society,SUISSE(1992).

 

Ø       Ø       International Symposium on Pion Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the Nucleon,  Bad Honnef,  Germany(1991).

 

Ø       Ø       Prospects of hadronic physics at low energy, Zuoz, Switzerland, (1990).

 

Ø       Ø       Metting of SSP(Geneva )Particles and Nuclei. Swiss Physics Society(1990).

 

Ø       Ø       International Conference on Particles and Nuclei.  Massaschusetts Institut of Technology (M. I .T), Boston.USA(1990)

 

Ø       Ø       International Conference in Pionic Atoms Enrico Fermi Italie(1989).

 

Ø       Ø       Workshop on pion nuclear interaction, Allemagne.( 1988 ).

 

 

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Preparations and Realization of some Experi PhD Theses.

 

 

v     The New pionic hydrogen experiment,

M. Hennebach, IKP, FZ Jülich, Germany. In preparation (2000).

 

v     The pion nucleon scattering lengths from pionic hydrogen and deuterium.

H. Ch. Schröder, PhD thesis No 11760, ETH Zürich, Institute for particle Physics, Swiss Federal

Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland. (1996).

 

v     The Strong interaction shift and width of the 1s level in pionic hydrogen.

 D. Sigg, PhD thesis No 11049, ETH Zürich, Institute for particle Physics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland. (1995).

 

v     Etude expérimentale de l’atome d’hydrogène pionique par spectroscopie de rayons x. D.Chatellard, PhD, thèse, Institut de Physique de l’Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland.(1995).

 

v     A pionic X ray coincidence experiment: The strong absorption width of the 3d level in pionic magnesium.

S. Thomann, PhD. Thesis ETH Nr 9198, ETH Zürich, Institute for particle Physics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich, Switzerland, (1990).

 

v     Mesure de précision des effets de l’interaction forte dans la transition 3P – 1S à l’aide d’un spectromètre à cristaux de silicium incurvés.

Gianni Fiorucci, Ph.D, thèse, Institut de Physique de l’Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland. (1990).

 

 

 

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Some Projects for The Students Granted Higher Degrees(Fr)

 

 

q       q       Dispositif d’immersion expérimentale en sédimentologie, conception et réalisation. Il a servi à étudier le transport de sédiments en milieu fluvial et maritine.( Port de Kenitra).(E.M.I)

q       q       Etude d’un irradiateur agro-alimentaire expérimental. Conception d’une cellule d’irradiation  pour l’amélioration des plantes par induction de mutation.(E.M.I)

q       q       Choix et dimensionnement des blindages de radioprotection.(E.M.I)

q       q       Etablissement d’un logiciel pour le calcul complet des blindages. Ce logiciel a servi comme outil à la mise au point de protection biologique de diverses installations nucléaires (Médecine, Laboratoire, Réacteur, ..).(E.M.I)

q       q       Etude d’un système de refroidissement du détecteur NAI destiné à la mesure de la distribution des temps de séjour dans les fours à ciment.(E.M.I)

q       q       L’étude d’un collimateur de neutrons pour la neutro-thérapie.(E.M.I).

 

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Formation Continue (French)

 

     M ASTERE

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APTITUDE

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T ECHNOLOGIE

                                                                                          

Un Atout pour l’Insertion

Un Outil pour la mise à Niveau

 

Faculte des sciences & techniques

Ecole nationale des Sciences Appliquees

Universite Abdelmalek Essaadi

 

Responsables : Pr Bd. Rossi Hassani & Pr A.J. Rusi el Hassani

 

 

Objectifs

 

Le Mastère d’Aptitude en Technologie est une formation qui vise la mise à niveau des jeunes diplômés, mais aussi des cadres et des techniciens de l’industrie et de la fonction publique.

Ceci par l’acquisition de connaissances pratiques pour :

 

    1. v      Mieux répondre à l’évolution de l’industrie et du nouvelles techniques.
    2. v      Contribuer à des opérations de management et de contrôle des procédés industriels.
    3. v      Développer les qualités personnelles pour un meilleur rendement de travail en groupe.

 

PERSONNES CONCERNEES

 

    1. v      Cadres et techniciens de l’industrie et de la fonction publique.
    2. v      Diplômés de l’enseignement supérieur.
    3. v      Titulaires d’un Baccalauréat, ayant au moins quatre ans d’expérience professionnelle.

 

PLANNING DE LA FORMATION

 

    1. v      170 heures de cours et de travaux dirigés répartis en 10 semestres dispensés sur un semestres à raison de quatre demi-journées par semaine.
    2. v      Une évaluation thématique de la formation sous forme d’un rapport de stage ou un rapport d’expérience professionnelle.
    3. v      Le cycle de la formation dure 15 semaines.

 

CERTIFICATION

 

La Faculté des Sciences & Techniques et L’Ecole Nationale des Sciences Appliquées délivrent à la fin du cycle de formation une attestation de suivi et de réussite aux lauréats ayant réussi leurs modules et soutenu avec succès leur rapport de stage.

 

 

 

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Others Activities

Literature

 

v                  Essay and poetry

v                  Immigration Bird’s ( Novel. in Arabic ISBN           (2003).)

 

 

 

Member

 

v                  Association Marocaine des Ingenieurs en Genie Atomique

v                  Association Marocaine de la Radioprotection

v                  ASOCIACIÓN DE ESCRITORES MARROQUÍES EN LENGUA ESPAÑOLA (AEMLE).

 

 

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Contact Information

 

Prof Dr A.J. Rusi el Hassani

Faculty of Sciences and Techniques

Physics Department

Applied Physics Laboratory

B.P. 414 Tanger ; Morocco

Tel : 00 212 39393954

Fax : 00 212 39393953

Mailto : Rusi33@hotmail.com

Russi@fstt.ac.ma

 

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