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  • Phone:

    +966-13-849-9376

  • Email:

    nabulibdeh@pmu.edu.sa

  • Office No:

    S-113

  • Nidal Abu-Libdeh

  • Job Title :

    Chair of Core Curriculum Department

    Assistant Professor

  • College :

    College of Sciences and Human Studies


  • Department :

    Mathematics & Natural Sciences


    Core Program


Dr. Abu-Libdeh earned his Ph.D from McMaster University, Canada. Prior to joining PMU, Dr. Abu-Libdeh worked as a Research Assistant at the Physics Department in McMaster University. He has over 10 years of experience in teaching undergraduate Physics courses during his service as Teaching Assistant and Assistant Professor. He has over 12 years of solid experience in research in the field of experimental condensed matter Physics and surface science. Dr. Abu-Libdeh has presented research papers at international conferences including APS March Meeting in USA and CAP in Canada.

Ph.D, Physics, (McMaster University, Canada, 2009)
M.Sc. Physics (Memorial University, Canada, 2004)
B.Sc. Physics (Yarmouk University, Jordan, 1997)

Journal Publications:

  • N. Abu-Libdeh, D. Venus. Dynamics of topological defects in a two-dimensional magnetic domain stripe pattern. Phys. Rev. B 84, 094428 (2011)
  • N. Abu-Libdeh, D. Venus. Dynamics of domain growth driven by dipolar interactions in a perpendicularly magnetized ultrathin film. Phys. Rev. B 81, 195416 (2010)
  • N. Abu-Libdeh, D. Venus. Dynamical signature of a domain phase transition in a perpendicularly magnetized ultrathin film. Phys. Rev. B 80, 184412 (2009)
  • M. R. Morrow, N. Abu-Libdeh, J. Stewart, and K. M. W. Keough. Interaction of pulmonary surfactant protein SP-A with DPPC/egg-PG bilayers. Biophysical Journal 85, 2397 (2003).

Conferences:

  • American University Of Sharjah (AUS): (Sharjah, UAE), Decemebr, 2010 (N. Abu-Libdeh, “On the Dynamics of Domains Formation in Perpendicularly Magnetized Ultrathin Iron Films”.
  • CAP Congress 2010: (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), June, 2010, D. Venus, N. Abu-Libdeh. “Dynamics of the ferromagnetic domain density driven by dipolar interaction in an ultrathin film”.
  • Magnetic North: (London, Ontario, Canada), June, 2010, D. Venus, N. Abu-Libdeh. “Hierarchy of dynamical processes in perpendicularly magnetized ultrathin films”.
  •  APS March Meeting 2010: (Portland, Oregon, USA), March 2010, D. Venus, N. Abu-Libdeh. “Dynamical evidence for a domain pattern phase transition ( Focus session : Nanomagnetism - Domain Dynamics)
  •  Surface Canada, 2009: (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada), June, 2009, N. Abu-Libdeh, D. Venus. “Observation of a domain phase transformation in perpendicularly magnetized ultrathin film using ac magnetic susceptibility”.
  • APS March Meeting 2007: (Denver, Colorado, USA), March, 2007, N. Abu-Libdeh, D. Venus. “Domain wall phases in perpendicularly magnetized ultrathin film”. ( Focus session : Magnetic Nanostructure II)
  • CAP Congress 2006: (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada), June 2006, N. Abu-Libdeh, D. Venus. “Relaxation model of domain wall creation in perpendicularly magnetized ultrathin film”.
  • CAP Congress 2002: (Quebec City, Quebec, Canada) June, 2002, N. Abu-Libdeh, M. R. Morrow. “Interaction of pulmonary surfactant protein SP-A with DPPC/egg-PG bilayers”

Magnetic Thin Films, Mathematical Physics, Physics education

Membership in Professional Associations
Canadian Association of Physics (CAP)