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Professor Munir Hasan Nayfeh is a Palestinian-American particle physicist, renowned for his pioneering work in nanotechnology.
Due to the Israeli invasion, Nayfeh was forced to continue his post elementary studies in Jordan, where he received his Thanaweyeh Ammeh high school diploma. He received his Bac Professor Munir Hasan Nayfeh is a Palestinian-American particle physicist, renowned for his pioneering work in nanotechnology.
He received his Bachelors degree inand his masters in physics in from the American University of Beirut, after which he won a scholarship to pursue his PhD at the University of Stanford in the USA, which he successfully completed in Professor Nayfeh then went onto to work in Oak Ridge National Laboratory from —, then at Yale University infinally joining the University if Illinois as a tenured professor in He has published over papers, and several books, on Lasers, Electricity and Magnetism.
Nayfeh is most noted for his pioneering work in nanotechnology, and in answered the question that Richard Feynman posited in “what would happen if man could manipulate individual atoms? Using cutting edge technology in Lasers, Nayfeh succeeded in manipulating individual atoms into the shape of a ‘P’ enclosed within a heart.
This ground breaking work revolutionised particle physics, and has enabled the advent of electron microscopes and nanotechnology.
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