Summary

Prof. Shawqi Al Dallal received the BSc degree in Electrical Engineering (Baghdad University), and the  DEA, Doctorat d’Ingenieur, and Doctorat d’Etat  from the Universty Piere et Marie Curie – France.

He worked as Researcher at the French National Research Center (CNRS), France (1977), and Consultant to UNDP on renewable energy, Geneva (1977-1978). He joined Kuwait University as assistant professor from 1978 to1979.  He was appointed as Chairman, Dept. of Physics, University of Bahrain (1985-1989). During 1990-1991 he joined Imperial College (London) as academic visitor.  In 1991 he was appointed as Dean, College of Science at the University of Bahrain. He obtained his professorship in 1991.  He was selected as Member of the Shura Council, (1993-1995). In 2010 he joined Ahlia University and appointed as Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, and in the same time as Acting Dean of the College of Medical and Health Sciences. In 2015 he became advisor to the president on Futuristic Studies and Innovation.  He is Founding member and Chairman of Bahrain Astronomical Society (1991-present, 6 times), and also Founding member and Vice president of Arab Union of Astronomy and Space Science (1998-present).

Prof. S. Al Dallal Participated in more than 60 international and regional conferences, and organized twelve regional and international conferences and symposiums on condensed matter physics, renewable energy, Astrophysics and Space Science. He taught a wide spectrum of courses in Physics and Engineering, including Introductory physics, Electromagnetic theory, Thermodynamics, Lasers, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, Theory of General Relativity, Methods of Mathematical Physics, Electronic Circuits, digital Electronics, and Microprocessor.

He published over 114 papers in reputed international journals in the fields of Advanced Materials, Electronic devices, Energy, Astronomy and Astrophysics, and Nanotechnology.

He also published several books in Arabic, including  “Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics and Space Science”, “Star names, their lore and meanings”, “Astronomy in Arabic and Islamic tradition”, “The search of lost horizon”, and “Laser Physics for scientists and Engineers, Theory and Applications” (a textbook in English, in press).

Research

His areas of research interest are: Advanced materials, including renewable energy, amorphous thin films, lasers, spin glasses, superconductors, and nanotechnology. Other areas of interest are Astronomy and Astrophysics.

Prof. Shawqi Mohamed Al Dallal Research

Teaching

Courses Taught at the University of Bahrain

PHYS  053 Introductory Physics
PHYS  101 General Physics I
PHYS  102 General Physics II
PHYS  214 Introductory Electronics
PHYS  217 Modern Physics
PHYS  220

PHYS  221

Workshop Practice

Methods of Mathematical Physics I.

PHYS  310

PHYS  301

Astronomy

Classical Mechanics

PHYS  332 Waves and Vibrations
PHYS  302 Atomic and Molecular Physics
PHYS  341 Analogue Electronics
PHYS  342

PHYS  343

PHYS  348

Digital Electronics I

Solid State Physics I

Electromagnetic Theory

PHYS  401 Quantum Mechanics
PHYS  404 Nuclear Physics
PHYS  405 Digital Electronics II
PHYS  406

PHYS  410

PHYS  411

PHYS  412

Advanced Experimental Physics

Solid State Physics II

Solar Energy

Astrophysics

PHYS  418 Computer Technology
PHYS  421 Methods of Mathematical Physics II
PHYS  422 Particle Physics
PHYS  423 Laser Physics
PHYS  424

PHYS  428

Physics of Solid State Devices

Space and Time (Theory of General Relativity).

PHYS  450 Project Desertations

 

Courses Taught at the Gulf University (MSc Program)

Tech 601 Meteorology

Courses Taught at Kuwait University

PHYS  101 General Physics
PHYS  305 Electronics Circuits I
PHYS  308 Electronic Circuits II
PHYS  309 Electronics Lab
PHYS  206 Waves and vibrations

 

 

 

Presentations

 Participation in regional meetings and symposiums to discuss the various aspects of Scientific Programs offered by Gulf States and Arab state Universities.  A working paper was presented to each of these meetings/symposiums.

  1. Planning of Scientific Research in the University of Bahrain. AL-DALLAL, Meeting of Deans and Directors of Research in Arab Universities Yarmouk University, Irbid, Jordan (1986)
  2. Teaching of Physics in the university of Bahrain. AL-DALLAL, Meeting of Physics Department Chairmen in Arab Universities. Amman, Jordan (1986)
  3. Undergraduate Programs in Science and Mathematics Departments in the University of Bahrain. AL-DALLAL and A. YOUSIF, Meeting of Deans of College of Science in Gulf States Universities Kuwait (1987)
  4. Cooperation between the Colleges of Science in Gulf Universities and other Arab Universities to Promote Development in these Countries. AL- DALLAL, Meeting of Deans of Colleges of Science in Gulf States Universities United Arab Emirates, Al-Ain (1988)
  5. Contribution of the Arab Civilization to the Study of Planets Movement and the Solar System. AL-DALLAL, First National Symposium on the Arab History of Science Baghdad, Iraq (1989)
  6. The preparatory program and teaching of Basic Sciences in Bahrain University. AL-DALLA and SAYEED ABBAS, Symposium on teaching the Basic Sciences in Gulf States Universities.  Baghdad, Iraq (1989)
  7. Science and Technology beyond the year 2000. AL- DALLAL, Meeting of Deans of College of Science in Gulf State Universities, Kuwait, November (1995)

 

 

Publications

Journals

  1. The Role of Education and Culture in Bridging the Digital Gap: A journey to the Future, Shawqi Al Dallal (2017), Proceeding of “World Sustainable Development Outlook 2017, Digital revolution, Smart cities, and Performance Improvement towards a Sustainable Knowledge-based Inclusive Development”. P. 3-11, 2017”.
  2. Size Dependent Nonlinear Absorption and Refractive Index Coefficients of PbS Quantum Dots Dispersed in Toluene, Shawqi Al Dallal, Khalil Ebrahim and Feriad Hanari (2017), Accepted in: European Advanced Materials Congress, Sweden.
  3. Gravitons as Force Mediating Bosons in the Context of Spacetime Curvature, Shawqi Al Dallal and Walid J. Azzam (2016),  41st COSPAR Scientific Assembly.
  4. Gravitational Waves as Monitor of Short Gamma-Ray Burst. Shawqi Al Dallal and Walid J. Azzam, submitted to the Journal of Modern Physics.
  5. Wavelength Dependence, Optical limiting, and Nonlinear Effect in PbS Quantum Dots Dispersed in Toluene as Determined by z-Scan Technique, Shawqi Al Dallal, Feriad Henari, and Khalil Jasim (2015), (Nano Today Conf.).
  6. Optical Switching in PbS Quantum Dots dispersed in Toluen, Shawqi Al Dallal, Khalil   Jasim, and Feriad Henari (2015), (Nano Today Conf.).
  7. Spectroscopic and Optoelectronic Properties of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon    Chalcogen Alloys. Shawqi Al Dallal (2015), Superalloys, pp 31-50.
  8. On the Gravitational Signature of Antiparticles: A Cosmic Perspective, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Walid Azzam, (COSPAR, 2015, Advanced Space Research).
  9. Gravitational Signature of Matter-Antimatter Interaction, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Walid Azzam (2015),  Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 201-213.
  10. On the Origin of the Gamma-Ray Burst Redshift Distribution in the Early Universe, Shawqi Al Dallal (2015), Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 3, 228-232.
  11. Gamma-Ray Bursts: Origin, Types, and Prospects, Shawqi Al Dallal (2015), Nova science publications, Horizon in World Physics, vol. 287, pp 1-12.
  12. Fluorescence and Nonlinear Optics of PbS Quantum Dots dispersed in Tolune, Shawqi Al Dallal (2014), Int.  Journal of Exp. Phys., 19-23.
  13. Supermassive Black Holes, Early Universe, and Gamma Ray Bursts, Shawqi Al Dallal and Walid Azzam (2013), Journal of Modern Physics , 4, 64-76.
  14. Galactic and Extragalactic Supernovae, Occurances, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Walid Azam (2012) , Horizon of World Physics, (Nova science publications).
  15. On Supersymmetry and the Origin of Dark Matter, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Walid Azzam (2012), Journal of Modern Physics, 3, 1131-1141.
  16. Primordial Black Holes, Formation and Evolution, Shawqi Al Dallal (2010), “Black holes and Galaxy Formation”, Published by Nova Science Publishing Co., pp 149-162.
  17. Natural dye Sensitized Photovoltaic Cell Based on Nanoporous  TiO2. Khalil Ebrahim Jasim, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Awatef M. Hassan (2011), (: Int. J. Nanoscience,Vol. 4, No.4.
  18. Compositional Dependence of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon – Chalcogen Alloys., Shawqi Al Dallal, Saleh Al Alawi, and Mahmood Hammam (2010),  J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 356, 2323-2326.
  19. Optical Limiting in Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon- Selenium Thin Films, Shawqi Al Dallal, Saleh Al Alawi, Hacene Manaa, Abdullah Al-Mulla, and Noor al-Jamal (2010),  Thin Solid films.518, 3933-3937, (2010).
  20. Primordial Black Holes and Holeums as Progenitors of Galactic Diffuse Gamma   Ray Background, Shawqi Al- Dallal (2010), Adv. Space Research, 46, 468-471.
  21. Gamma Ray Bursts and host Galaxies, N. Guessoum, W. J. Azzam, M. J. Alothman, and S. Al Dallal (2010), The Third Algerian Workshop on Atronomy and Astrophysics, Edited by N. Mebarki and J. Mimouni, © American Institute of Physics 978-0-7354-0852-4/10/$30.00.
  22. Holeums as Potential Candidates for some Short Lived Gamma Ray bursts, Shawqi Al-Dallal (2007),  Adv. Space Research, vol 40,1236-1239.  
  23. Graded Band gap a-Si,S: H Thin Films for High Efficiency Solar Cells, Shawqi Al-Dallal and Saleh Al- Alawi (2007), Journal of Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Appl. Science, Vol.4,52-57 (2007).
  24. Potentials and Limitations of a-Si,S : H Alloyes as a Candidate for Solar Cell Applications, Saleh Al-Alawi and Shawqi Al-Dallal (2007), Journal of Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Appl. Science, Vol.41,109 – 116.
  25. Survey of low Background Radiation in the Kingdom of Bahrain, W. Alnaser, S. Al-Dallal, Alnaser Y. E. (2005), Journal of Association of Arab Universities for Basic and Appl. Science, Vol.1, PP 49-75.
  26. Optical Switching in Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Alloy Prepared by glow Discharge, S. Al-Dallal, F.Z. Henari, S. M. Al-Alawi, S. R. Arekat, H. Manaa (2004), J. Non. Cryst. Solids, 345 &346, pp 302-305.
  27. Potential Submillimeter laser Emission From Interstellar Formaldoxime Molecules. S. Al-Dallal, R. Bannai, H. Manna (2002), Adv. Space Res., vol.30. No.6, pp1433-1438.
  28. Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Alloys.  A short Journey Through Parameter Space, S. Al-Dallal, S. M. Al-Alawi and S. Aljishi (1999), Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Advanced Materials.
  29. Probing the nature of the gravitational field of antimatter using space borne accelerator-detector system, S. Al-Dallal. (1998), Space Technol. vol. 18, No. 4-6, pp. 157-159.
  30. Photoluminescence and Optical Properties of Novel Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur-Fluorine Alloys, S.M.Alawi, S. Al-Dallal, H. Manaa, R. Bannai and F. Henari (1998). J. Electr. Chem. Soci., 24, 351-355.
  31. Photoluminescence of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Superlattics Prepared via an Innovative RF Power Modulation Technique, S. Al-Dallal, S. M. Al-Alawi, H. Manaa (1998). J. Electro.Chem. Soci., 24, 346-250.
  32. Hydrogenated Amorphous Carbon-Sulfur Alloy Thin Films Grown from CH4 and H2S Gas Mixture by r.f.Glow Discharge, S. Al-Dallal, S. M. Al-Alawi (1996), S. Aljishi, M. Hammam and S. Arekat, J. Non. Cryst. 196, 168-172.NA
  33. Preparation, Structural and Optical Properties of Novel Hydrogenated and Fluorinated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Alloys, S. Al-Dallal, S. Arekat, S. M. Al-Alawi, S. Aljishi and R. Bannai (1996), J. Non Cryst. Solids, 198-200 (1996), 1072-1075.
  34. Amorphous to Superconductivity transformation in Bismuth based High-Tc Superconductivity Rods, M. N. Khan, A. Memon and S. Al-Dallal (1995), Proc Electronic Properties of Metal/Non-Metal Microsystem – The 5th Int. Workshop, Sep. 11-14, Poland.
  35. Electrical and Infrared Comparative Study of Bi2Sr22Ca1Cu208 in Semiconducting, Superconducting Ceramic and Superconducting Glass Ceramic State, Memon, M. N. Khan and S. Al-Dallal (1995), Proc. Iv Int. Symp. On Advanced Materials, Sep. 17-21, pp.429-433, Islamabad, Pakistan.
  36. Processed Bulk Superconducting Long-Length Rods, Teir Kinetic Study and Properties for Practical use, M. N. Khan, A. Memon and S. Al-Dallal (1995), Proc. IV Int. Symp. On Advanced Materials, Sept. 17-21, PP.419-428 (1995) Islamabad, Pakistan.
  37. The Kinetics, Mechanism and Physical Properties of 110K Long-Length Superconducting Roads From Glass Precursor, M. N. Khan, A. Memon, S. Al-Dallal and Anwar Ul Haq (1995). Int. J. Electronics.
  38. The Effect of Oxygen and lead doping on Electrical and Optical Properties of High-Tc GdBa2 (Cu1-xpbx)303 Compound Superconductors, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and D. B. Tanner (1995), J. Mat. Science 30, 5991.
  39. Radiative Recombination in CdSe/ZnTe Heterojunction, S. Al-Dallal (1994), Proc. Of the Int. Conf. On Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, Ed. Jai Singh, 19-22 July (1994) Australia 2362, 602.
  40. Optimization of Deposition Conditions of Novel Silicon-Chalcogen Alloy for Solar Cell Applications, S. Al-Dallal, S. Aljishi, M. Hammam, S. M. Al-Alawi and S. Arekat (1994), Proc. Of Workshop on New Trends and Breakthroughs in Solar Energy Research, (1994) 197-208.
  41. Superconductivity Studies on Bi1-xRxSrCuOy (R = Pb, A1, Ag and Ni, x=0.5) Glass Ceramics. M. N. Khan, A. Memon and S. Al-Dallal (1994), Proc. Int. Conf. Materials and Mechanism of High Temperature Superconductors, July 5-9,Grenoble, France.
  42. Structural  electrical  and  spectroscopic  studies  of  the    system  Ni1-x CuxFe2O4., M. N. Khan, A. Memon and S. Al-Dallal (1994), Int. J. Electronic, 76, 953.
  43. Infrared Temperature Dependent Studies of Bi2 Sr2 Ca Cu2 O8 Glass Ceramic Superconductors, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and D. B. Tanner (1994), Physicac 235-240, 1133-1134.
  44. The Mechanical and Structural Properties of Y1Ba1Cu3O7-x Superconductors, W. Alnaser, M. M. Zein, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and M.J.Alothman (1994), J. Mat. Science, 29, 482.
  45. Solar Spectrum Anomalies in the Near Infrared Region, S. Al-Dallal, M. Zein and Ali E. Khalil. (1994), COSPAR, July 13-21 1994 Hamburg Germany, J. Space Research, (1994).
  46. Cation Distribution Investigation of the System , Electrical Conductivity and Mossbauer Studies, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and A. Ahmed. (1993), J. Mat. Science, 28- 6070.
  47. The Influence of Pb, Ni and V doping on the Characteristics of High Tc-Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O Superconductors, M. N. Khan, A. Memon, S. Al-Dallal, M.J.Alothman, M. Zein and W.Alnaser (1993),Modern Phys. Lett. B, 7- 1687.
  48. Novel Amorphous Silicon – Chalcogen Alloys for Optoelectronics Application, S. Al-Dallal, S. M. Al-Alawi, M. Hammam and S. Aljishi (1993), Proc. Of the Int. Symposium on Advanced Materials,146.
  49. Reflectance Study of TMO Glasses, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and T. B. Tanner (1993), Proc. Int. Conf. On IR and m.m. Wves, Sept., Essex, UK.
  50. The Mechanical and Structural Properties of Y Ba2 Cu3 O7 superconductors, W. Alnaser, M. Zein, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and M.J.Alothman (1993), J. Mat. Sci., 28.
  51. Processing, Structure and Superconductivity Properties of High Tc Superconductors from Oxide Glasses – A Novel Route, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and A. Memon (1993), Proc. 3rd International Symposium on Advanced Materials (1993), 196-218.
  52. Superconducting Properties of Glass Ceramics in the Bi-R-Sr-Ca-Cu-O (with R = pb or Ag) System, W. Alnaser, M. Zein, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and M.J.Alothman (1993), Supercond Sci. Technol. 6 -429-236.
  53. Novel Non-Stoichiometric Amorphous Silicon-Chalcogen Semiconductor Alloys, S. M. AlAlawi, M. Hammam, S. Aljishi, H. S. Al-Alawi and S. Al-Dallal (1992), J. Phys. Of Non-Cryst. Solids, 218.
  54. Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of a-Si, Se:H Alloys Prepared by r.f.Glow Discharge, S. Aljishi, S. Al-Dallal, S. M. Al-Alawi and M. Hammam (1992), Philosophical Magazine B, 66, No. 2, 211-218.
  55. Spin Glass Behaviour in the Co2-xZnxTiO4 Compound, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and A. Ahmed (1992), Journal of Materials Science, 27, 5676 – 5680.
  56. Spin Glass Behaviour in the CO2-xZnxTiO4 Compound, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon, and A. Ahmed (1992), J. Mat. Science, 27, 5676.
  57. Electrical, Optical and structural Properties of Binary Semiconducting Vanadate Glasses Containing Rare Earth Oxide, M. N. Khan, A. Memon, S. Al-Dallal, and Zahra Ahmed (1992), Proceeding Int. Congress on Glass, 4, 367, Madrid Spain, 4-9 October.
  58. The Electronic, Optical and Structural Properties of Copper-Telluride Glasses Containing Rare-Earth Oxide, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and A. Memon (1992), Phys. Non-Cryst. Solids e.L.David Pye and W.C.La Course, 271 .
  59. Far Infrared Reflectivity Study of Ceramic Superconductors, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, D. B. Tanner and C. D. Porter (1992), International Journal of Modern Physics B, 6, No. 21., 3551 3557.
  60. Electronic Properties of a-Si, S:H and a-Si, Se:H alloys, S. Aljishi, S. Al-Dallal, S. M. Al-Alawi, M. Hammam, H. S. Al-Alawi, Stutzmann, S. Jin, T. Muschik and R. Schwarz (1991), Solar Energy Materials, 23, 334 – 339.
  61. Optical and Vibrational Properties of Sulfur and Selenium Versus Halogenes in Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Matrix, S. M. Al-Alawi and S. Al-Dallal (1991) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Advanced Materials 489 – 492.
  62. Compositional Dependence of Photoluminescence Spectra in Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Alloys, T. Muschi, R. Schwarz, M. Hammam, S. M. Al-Alawi, S. Al-Dallal, S. Aljishi, M. Stutzmann and S. Jin. (1991), Journal of Luminescence, 48 & 49, 641-644.
  63. Thin Film Hydrogenated Silicon-Sulfur Alloys as Promising Materials for Solar Cell Applications. S. Al-Dallal, M. Hammam, S. M. Al-Alawi and S. Aljishi (1991), Thin Solid Films, 205, 89-92.
  64. Infrared Spectroscopy of Hydrogenated Silicon-Sulfur Alloys Prepared by Glow Discharge, S. Al-Dallal, M. Hammam and S. M. Al-Alawi (1991), Phil. Mag. B, 63, 839 (1991).
  65. Structural and Superconducting Properties of Vanadium Substituted Yba2 (Cu1-x Vx2)3O12 Perovskite Oxide System, S. Al-Dallal, M. N. Khan and A. Memon (1991), Physica C 185 – 189, (1991).
  66. Strength of Infrared Phonons in Rba2Cu307-x Ceramic Superconductors, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, D. B. Tanner and C. D. Porter (1991), Physica C, 185-189, (1991) 1009-1010.
  67. Structural and Electronic Properties of Ternary Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur-Selenium Alloys, M. Hammam, S. M. Al-Alawi, B. Al-Alawi, S. Al-Dallal, S. Aljishi and M.Stutzmann. (1991), Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, 137 & 138, 911-914.
  68. High Band-Gap Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Selenium Alloys, S. Al-Dallal, S. Aljishi, M. Hammam, S. M. Al-Alawi, M. Stutzmann, Shu Jin, T. Muschik and R. Schwarz. (1991), J. Appl. Phys. 70, 9, 4926.
  69. Effect of Silver Doping on Infrared Reflectance and Tc of Superconducting Gd Ba2 Cu (1 – x)3 Ag3xO7, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, D. B. Tanner and C. D. Porter (1990), International Journal of Mod. Phys. B.4, 1989 – 1884.
  70. The Properties of Rba2 (Cu1-xAgx)3O7 Superconductors, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and A. Memon (1990), International Journal of Mod. Phys. B, 4, 1993 – 2003.
  71. Graded Bandgap A-Si1-xSx:H Alloys, S. M. Al-Alawi, M. Hammam, S. Al-Dallal and S. Aljishi (1990), Proc. Of 1st World Renewable Energy Congress, Reading, UK., 175-179.
  72. Infrared Temperature Dependent Studies of Bi2 Sr2 Ca Cu2 08 Glass Ceramic Superconductors, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and D. B. Tanner (1990), Physica C 235-240 (1990) 1113-1134.
  73. Structural,   Transport   and   Infrared   Studies   of    Oxidic  Spinels  Zn1-xNixFeCrO4., S. Al-Dallal, M. N. Khan and Ashfaq Ahmed (1990), J. Mat Science, 25, 407.
  74. Electrical Conductivity and structural Investigation of the System Zn1-xCuxMnxFezz-xO4, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon (1989), J. Modern Phys. Letters B.3, 829 – 837.
  75. Defect Density and Structure of Hydrogenated Silicon-Sulfur Alloys, S. Aljishi, M. Stutzmann, Shu Jin, C. Herrero, S. Al-Dallal, M. Hammam and S. M. Al-Alawi (1989), J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 114, 462 – 464 (1989).
  76. Vibrational, Electrical and Optical Properties of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Alloy, S. Al-Dallal, M. Hammam and S. Al-Alawi (1989), J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 114, 789 – 791.
  77. Superconductivity and Structures of Mba2CuOz-x (with M = Y, Eu and Yb) Oxides. M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and A. Memon (1988), International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 2, No. 6, 1407 – 1410.
  78. Anomalies in the Solar Spectrum as Measured in Bahrain. S. Al-Dallal and M. Zein (1987), Proceedings of the Biennial Congress of the International Energy Society, Hamburg, W. Germany, Vol. 4, 3836 – 3840.
  79. Structural, Electrical and Spectroscopic Studies of Oxide Spinel System ZnFeCrO4 and NiFeCrO4, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and Ashfaq Ahmed (1987), Diffusion and Defect Data, Vol. 53 & 54, 409 – 414.
  80. Correlation Between Photoconductivity Kinetics and Infrared Spectra in Hydrogenated and Chlorinated Amorphous Silicon, S. Al-Dallal (1985), J. of Non-Cyst. Solids 77-78, 674 – 674 (1985).
  81. Transport Properties of Hydrogenated and Chlorinated Amorphous Silicon-Correlation with Infrared Transmission Spectra, S. Al-Dallal, S. Kalem, J. Bourneix, J. Chevallier and M. Toulemonde (1984), Phil.Mag. B, Vol. 50, No. 4, 493 – 504.
  82. Mechanism of Photoluminescence in Hydrogenated and Chlorinated Amorphous Silicon Prepared by Glow Discharge, S. Al-Dallal (1984), Journal of Luminescence, 31 & 32, 407 – 414.
  83. Effect of Chlorine on the Photoluminescence Spectra of Hydrogenated and Chlorinated Amorphous Silicon Prepared by Glow Discharge, S. Al-Dallal, J. Chevallier, S. Kalem and J. Bourneix (1983), J. of  Non-Cyst. Solids, 59 & 60, 361 – 364.
  84. Correlation Between Electrical and Vibrational Properties of Chlorinated and Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Prepared by Glow Discharge, S. Al-Dallal, J. Chevallier, S. Kalem and J. Bourneix (1982), Journal de Physique, Tome 43, C9 – 323.
  85. Optical and Electrical Properties of Chlorinated and Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Prepared by Glow Discharge, J. Chevallier, S. Kalem, S. Al-Dallal and J. Bourneix (1982), J. of Non-Cryst. Solids, 51, 277 – 290.
  86. Infrared Vibrational Spectra of Chlorinated and Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon, S. Kalem, J. Chevallier, S. Al-Dallal and J. Bourneix (1981), Journal de Physique, Tome 42, CA – 361.
  87. Epitaxial Growth of CdSe on ZnTe (111), Shawqi Al-Dallal (1977), Physica Statu Solidi (a) 44, 183.
  88. Novel Optical Behavior of  Henna Extract,  Khalil Ebrahim, Jawad Al-Saie, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Awatef M. Hassan, Int. J. Nanoscience (submitted).
  89. Lead Sulfide Quantum dots Dispersed in Tolune, Khalil Ebrahim, Shawqi Al Dallal, and Saleh Al Alawi.  (submitted).
  90. Flourescence of Lead Sulfide Quantum Dots Dispersed in Tolune, Shawqi Al Dallal,  Khalil Ebrahim, Journal of Physics D (submitted).

Conferences 

  1. Nature of Time in Modern Scientific Theories An Islamic Perspective. Shawqi Al Dallal (2015), Proceeding of the Conference organized by Rumi Center for the Study of Civilizations. Turkey.
  2. Star Names in Almanacs (in Arabic), First International Conference on Arabs’ and Muslims’ History of Sciences. Sharjah, (2008).
  3. Development of the Infrastructure of Space Science in Bahrain, S. Al-Dallal (1995), Proc. Asian Space Research Conference, April 21-24, PP.81 – Pakistan.
  4. Novel Concept Using Thermo-power of High-Temperature Superconductors as Possible Energy Source in the Terrestrial Space,Ali Khalil and S. Al-Dallal (1995), Proc. Asian Space Research Conference, April 21-24 PP.219 -Pakistan.
  5. Superconductivity of some High-Tc Superconducting Glass-Ceramics as influenced by Substitution of Pb. M. N. Khan, A. Memon, S. Al-Dallal, M. J. Al-Othman, M. Zein and W.Alnaser (1992), Proceeding of the international Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and Applications (ICCMPA), April 13-16, 325, Bahrain.
  6. Hydrogenated amorphous Silicon-Sulfur Superlattice Prepared Via an Innovative RF Power Modulation Technique, S. Al-Dallal, S. Aljishi, M. Hammam, S. M. Al-Alawi and R.Schwarz (1992), Proceedings of the International Conference on Condensed Matter Physics (ICCMPA), April 13-16, 331.
  7. Electrical  and  Optical  Properties  of   High  Tc Compound Gd Ba2 (Cu1-xPbx)3 O7 Superconductors, Memon, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and D. B. Tanner (1992), Proceedings of the International Conference on Condensed Matter Physics (ICCMPA), April 13-16, 331.
  8. Cation Distribution of the System Li0.5FexGa2.50-xO4 by X-Rays, Electrical Conductivity and Mossbauer Studies, M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon, Ashfaq Ahmed and Sulma Shah (1992), Proceedings of the International Conference on condensed Matter Physics (ICCMPA), April 13-16, 107.
  9. Density of Localized States in a-Si, S:H,  S.Usala, G.J.Adriaenseens, O.Oktu, M.Hammam, S.M.Al-Alawi, S.Al-Dallal and S.Aljishi (1992),  Proceedings of the International Conference on condensed Matter Physics (ICCMPA), April 13-16, 71.
  10. Properties of Bi(Pb)-Ca-Cu-O and Bi (Ag)-Ca-Cu-O High Temperature Superconductors, W.Alnaser, M. Zein, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and M. J. Al-Othman (1992), Proceeding of the International Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and Applications (ICCMPA), April 13 – 16, Bahrain.
  11. The Electronic, Optical and Structural Properties of Copper-Tellurite Glasses Containing Rare Earth Oxide. M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal and A. Memon. (1991), Proc. Of the VII International Conference on the Physics of Non-Crystalline Solids, Cambridge, England.
  12. The Spin Glass Nature of Disordered Spinel Perrite CO2T:O4  Doped by Non Magnetic Ions.M. N. Khan, S. Al-Dallal, A. Memon and A. Ahmed (1991), Proc. Of the International Conference on Complex System, Spin Glasses and Neural Networks, Triest, Italy (1991).  Accepted in J. Mat. Science.
  13. Measurements of Solar Spectrum in Bahrain, S. Al-Dallal and M. Zein (1986), Second Arab International Solar Energy Conference, 86-90 (1986).
  14. Hydrogenated and Chlorinated Amorphous Silicon as a Promising Material for Solar Cells.  Correlation Between Electrical, Optical and Photoconductivity Measurements., S. Al-Dallal (1986), Second Arab International Solar Energy Conference, 174 – 178.
  15. Solar Desalination: Correlation with Meteorological Parameters, M. Zein and S. Al-Dallal (1986), Second Arab International Solar Energy Conference, 288 – 292.
  16. Solar Energy in Bahrain, Research and Utilization, N. Bahama and S. Al-Dallal (1986), Second Arab International Solar Energy Conference, 400 – 404.
  17. Recombination Kinetics in Hydrogenated and Chlorinated Amorphous Silicon, S. Al-Dallal (1985), Second Conference of the Union of Arab Physicist and Mathematician, Tunisia.
  18. Recent Advances and Technologies in Amorphous Semiconductors as a Promising Material for Low Cost Solar Cells, S. Al-Dallal (1984), Conference on Appropriate Use of Solar Energy in the Arab World, Lybia.
  19. Electrical Properties and Electroluminescence of n-CdSe/p-ZnTe (111) Heterojunctions, Shawqi Al-Dallal (1976), European Solid State Device Research Conference, Munich.

Books

  1. Star Names, their Origin and Meaning. (in Arabic), Shawqi Al Dallal (2014), 280 pages. Bayan Group Publisher. (قناديل السماء، أسماء النجوم والمجموعات النجمية، أصولها ومعانيهاا).- ISBN 978-99958-56-06-9.
  2. Astronomy in Arabic and Islamic Tradition, Shawqi Al Dallal, Bayan Group Publisher.   (in Arabic, 396 pages). 2012 (علم الفلك في التراث العربي والإسلامي)- ISBN 978-99958-56-10-6.
  3. Encyclopedia of Astronomy, Astrophysics, and Space Science (in English/Arabic), 2235 Pages.  Shawqi Al Dallal. Kuwait institute for the advancement of science, (موسوعة علوم الفلك والفضاء والفيزياء الفلكية), ISBN : 99906/0042 (2009) .

 

 

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