Assoc. Prof. Dr. Seyedeh Fatemeh MİREKHTİARY
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Seyedeh Fatemeh MİREKHTİARY
Lecturer of Physics
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Prof. Mirekhtiary was born on 14 August 1978 in Langroud north part of Iran. Her father was an employee and her mother was a teacher at a pre-school. Prof. Mirekhtiary completed her elementary and secondary school studies in Rasht.

Then, she enrolled to the Physics department of the Guilan University. She graduated from this department five years later and started to work as a research assistant at the Energy and water Institute of the Sharif University, and after two years, she graduated her master degree and started to teaching in the University of Applied Sciences in Tehran, after two years she started to her PhD studies.

She completed her PhD degree in Theoretical Physics at the Eastern Mediterranean University in Cyprus, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Izzet Sakalli, and graduated at the 20 of May, 2014.

The title of her dissertation is “Effect of Hawking Radiation on the Non-Asymptotically Flat Space-time via the Hamilton-Jacobi Method”.

During her Ph.D. research, she has developed a tremendous interest in Theoretical Physics and passion for research in the area of the General Relativity and Quantum Gravity.

Her work has resulted in many papers those are based on the topic of Hawking Radiation (HR) of the Linear Dilaton Black Holes (LDBHs) and Grumiller Black Hole (GBH).

She also studied Quasinormal Modes (QNMs) of uncharged GBH which is also known as Rindler Modified Schwarzschild BH.

This massive BH particularly admits a Rindler force or the modified Newton’s gravitational force, which is capable of explaining about 10% of the Pioneer anomaly and simultaneously ameliorates the shape of galactic rotation curves.

After reducing the radial equation of the massless Klein-Gordon equation to the Zerilli equation, we compute the complex frequencies of the QNMs of the GBH.

To this end, an approximation method which considers small perturbations around its horizon is used.

She has awards and prizes, and she is a member of many international institutions. Prof. Mirekhtiary can speak Turkish, English and Persian languages.

Teaching Courses: Electromagnetism, Optic and Acoustic, Physics101, Physics102. She is married and the mother of two children.