Mahi R. Singh
Professor, University of Western Ontario, Canada
Mahi R Singh working as a professor since 1985 at The University of Western Ontario which is one best and largest Universities in Canada. He was a Royal Society Professor at Oxford University and worked in High Magnetic Lab in Toulouse. He was Chief researcher at Hitachi Research Lab in Tokyo. He also worked at McGill University, Montreal with P.R. Wallace who invented Graphene theoretically in 1947. He have very active research group and have produced many graduate students/postdocs who are professors all over the world. He have international theoretical and experimental collaborations in US, UK, Spain, Italy, Sweden, China, Germany, India, Egypt, Argentina, and Mexico. For example, He is developing collaboration with Klaus von Klitzing and he is visiting him next summer. Recently he have organized about 16 international conferences and hosted three Nobel Laureates (Klitzing, Leggatt and Yonah). He have been invited as plenary and invited speaker throughout the word. Since 2003, he have presented about 100 public, plenary and invited talks in many international conferences and universities in the world. He has published about 300 papers and 10 books in condensed matter physics, optoelectronics, plasmonics, nanophotonics, nanomaterials, nano-hybrids and metamaterials.