Professor Akram Khan
Professor / Public Engagement Ambassador
Tower D 311
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Professor Akram Khan is a academic & researcher in the areas of fundamental and applied science. He has published extensively in a wide range of key academic journals. He has worked at most of the leading national laboratories in the world: DESY in Germany, CERN in Switzerland and SLAC in the USA. He read Mathematics and Theoretical Physics for his Bachelors’ degree at St Andrews University, taking his PhD in Experimental Particle Physics at University College London. Akram was a European Research Fellow at CIEMAT in Spain and at CERN in Switzerland, then a Senior Fellow at Edinburgh and Manchester Universities, going on to a faculty position at Stanford University, before joining Brunel University London in 2003.
His recent research has been addressing the fundamental questions:'What is the difference between matter and anti-matter?' and 'What new exotic physics processes might help us to address the existing inadequacies of the Standard Model?' As part of his work in the field of applied science he is currently working on developing a novel particle cancer therapy machine in the UK, and on the next generation of internet technologies.'
Newest selected publications
Suthakar, U., Magnoni, L., Smith, DR. and Khan, A. (2018) 'Optimised Lambda Architecture for monitoring scientific infrastructure'. IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 32 (6). pp. 1395 - 1408. ISSN: 1045-9219 Open Access Link
Colecchia, F. and Khan, A. (2017) 'On the frequency distribution of neutral particles from low-energy strong interactions'. Advances in High Energy Physics, 2017. pp. 1 - 8. ISSN: 1687-7357 Open Access Link
Suthakar, U., Magnoni, L., Smith, DR., Khan, A. and Andreeva, J. (2016) 'An efficient strategy for the collection and storage of large volumes of data for computation'. Journal of Big Data, 3 (21).Open Access Link
Villani, EG., Crepaldi, M., DeMarchi, D., Gabrielli, A., Khan, A., Pikhay, E., (2015) 'A monolithic 180 nm CMOS dosimeter for wireless In Vivo Dosimetry'. RADIATION MEASUREMENTS, 84. pp. 55 - 64. ISSN: 1350-4487et al.
Chen, YC., Hou, S., Mitra, A., Teng, PK., Wang, SM., Lecompte, T., (2012) 'Measurement of CP-violation asymmetries in D0→KS0π π'. Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology, 86 (3). ISSN: 1550-7998et al.