Dr. Haj Ismail joined Ajman University as an assistant professor of Physics in the Faculty of Humanities and Sciences. Before that, He worked as postdoctoral researcher at Ghent University in Belgium. His PhD research was to measure the energy spectrum of high energy cosmic rays using the IceTop telescope array at South Pole. His main research interests are in high energy physics, and the analysis of the properties of high energy cosmic rays.
Extraction of different temperatures and kinetic freeze-out volume in high energy collisions
Decoupling of non-strange, strange and multi-strange particles from
the system in Cu–Cu, Au–Au and Pb–Pb collisions at high energies