Online Public Lecture: Magnetic Resonance & MW Detection of Improvised Explosives and Illicit Materials

Date: 13 November 2020
November 13, 2020, 5:00 pm (Dushanbe time, GMT+5)
Sultonazar Mamadazizov
Senior Lecturer in Mathematics
University of Central Asia, Khorog Campus

Development of both technical devices and effective methods for the detection of various dangerous substances is one of the crucial tasks in providing airport and critical infrastructure security. The identification of hazardous liquids among a wide range of substances in a typical airport checkpoint scenario is an important issue. Dielectric spectroscopy, which can measure the dielectric constant and the loss tangent of liquids in the broad range of frequencies (in general, from DC to sub-THz), looks like a prospective method for detecting most commonly used energetic, flammable, chemically-active and other classes of hazardous liquids. This approach is potentially extremely advantageous due to its relatively high selectivity, affordable cost, and easy upgradeability for detecting new threats, as well as for combined use with low-field Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.
Sultonazar Mamadazizov is a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics based at UCA’s Khorog Campus. He received a specialist diploma at Radiophysics and holds a PhD degree from Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (IKBFU). During his scientific career, he worked with world renown leading experts on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance (NQR) fields at IKBFU, Institute of Nuclear-physical methods of research (Saint Petersburg), Gebze Technical University (GTU) in Turkey and Kazan State Power Engineering University. His research was mainly concerned with the study of tetrazole derivatives using NQR.
Dr. Azmat Hussain
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
University of Central Asia, Khorog Campus
Lecture Format
This lecture will be conducted online via Zoom video conferencing on Friday, November 13, at 5:00 pm (Dushanbe time, GMT+5) at
Meeting ID: 856 6588 3711 
Passcode: 491823
The online lecture will be delivered in English.

Past online lectures are available on the University of Central Asia's YouTube channel at

Ideas presented in this workshop reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.

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