Dr. Arbab Ibrahim  Arbab

Dr. Arbab Ibrahim Arbab

Professor
Omdurman Ahlia University, Sudan


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Physics, Mathematics from University of Khartoum, Sudan

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Biography

Dr. Arbab Ibrahim Arbab holds a position of Professor of Physics at University of Khartoum, Sudan, Deputy Director for Scientific Research and Cultural Relations, and Secretary of the Sudanese National Academy of Science. He has completed his Ph.D. in Physics, Mathematics from University of Khartoum, Sudan. Previously he was appointed as Associate Professor at Omdurman Ahlia University, Omdurman, Sudan, Assistant Professor at Teachers College (King Saud University), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Omdurman Ahlia University, Sudan, and Associate Professor & Dean at Comboni College for Computer Science. His main area of interest focuses on Cosmology, Astrophysics, Applied Mathematics, and Fundamental Physics. He has published 61 research articles in national and international journals and 11 papers in conference/workshops contributed as author/co-author. He is member of Italian physical society, European Physical Society, Institute of Physics, Charted Physicist of the Institute of Physics, Junior Associate of the International Center for Theoretical physics, Associate member of the International Society for the Study of Origin of Life, member of the Sudanese Physical Society, and fellow of Royal Astronomical Society. He is associate editor and co-founder of the African Physical, and managing editor for Sudan Journal of Science. He is also serving as reviewer for number of journals such as Canadian Journal of Physics, Computers & mathematics with applications, Hadronic Journal, Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics and so on. He has supervised 6 PhD students and 5 M.Sc. students in theoretical physics and applied mathematics.

Area of Interest:

Physics
100%
Electromagnetism
62%
Fluid Mechanics
90%
Quantum Field Theory
75%
Cosmology and Astrophysics
55%

Education

1997

Ph.D.

University of Khartoum, Sudan

Physics, Mathematics

1992

M.Sc.

Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Italy

Physics, Mathematics

1989

B.Sc. Hons.

University of Khartoum, Sudan

Physics, Mathematics

Selected Publications

  1. Arbab, A.I., 2015. Flat rotation curve without dark matter: the generalized Newton's law of gravitation. Astrophys. Space Sci., 355: 343-346.
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  2. Hamed, S.H., E.A. Yousif and A.I. Arbab, 2014. Analytic and approximate solutions of the space-time fractional schrodinger equations by Homotopy perturbation Sumudu transform method. Abstr. Appl. Anal., .
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  3. Arbab, A.I., 2014. Electric and magnetic fields due to massive photons and their consequences. Prog. Electromagnet. Res. M, 34: 153-161.
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  4. Arbab, A.I., S.E. Salih, S.H. Hassan, A. El Agali and H. Abubaker, 2013. The planetary spin and rotation period: a modern approach. Astrophys. Space Sci., 348: 57-63.
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  5. Arbab, A.I., 2013. Complex Maxwell`s. Chin. Phys. B, .

  6. Arbab, A.I., 2013. A Bohr-like model of the planetary system and its gravitoelectric characteristics. Sudan J. Sci., 5: 21-21.

  7. Alawad, F.A., E.A. Yousif and A.I. Arbab, 2013. A new technique of laplace variational iteration method for solving space-time fractional telegraph equations. Int. J. Differ. Equ., .
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  8. Arbab, A.I., 2012. Transport properties of the universal quantum equation. Chin. Phys. Lett., .
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  9. Arbab, A.I., 2012. The quantum Hall's effect: A quantum electrodynamic phenomenon. Chin. Phys. B, .
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  10. Arbab, A.I., 2012. The generalized Newton's law of gravitation versus the general theory of relativity. J. Mod. Phys., .

  11. Arbab, A.I., 2012. The fractional hydrogen atom: a paradigm for astrophysical phenomena. J. Mod. Phys., 3: 1737-1743.
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  12. Arbab, A.I., 2012. The complex quantum harmonic oscillator model. EPL Europhys. Lett., .
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  13. Arbab, A.I., 2012. Post-galilean transformations and their consequences. Sudan J. Sci., 5: 1-1.

  14. Arbab, A.I., 2012. Drude, Hall and Maximal conductivities: a unified complex model. J. Mod. Phys., 3: 1040-1045.
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  15. Arbab, A.I. and F.A. Yassein, 2012. A new formulation of quantum mechanics. J. Mod. Phys., 3: 163-163.

  16. Arbab, A.I., 2011. The unified quantum wave equations. Hadronic J., 33: 707-716.
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  17. Arbab, A.I., 2011. The neutron model. Hadronic J., 33: 695-695.

  18. Arbab, A.I., 2011. The analogy between matter and electromagnetic waves. Europhys. Lett., .
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  19. Arbab, A.I., 2011. The analogy between electromagnetism and hydrodynamics. Phys. Essays, 24: 254-254.
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  20. Arbab, A.I., 2011. Stochastic model related to the Klein-Gordon equation revisited. EPL Europhys. Lett., .
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  21. Arbab, A.I., 2011. Cosmological model with variable gravitational and cosmological constants and bulk viscosity. Hadronic J., .

  22. Arbab, A.I., 2010. The quaternionic quantum mechanics. Applied Phys. Res. 10.5539/apr.v3n2p160.
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  23. Arbab, A.I., 2010. The generalized Newton`s law of gravitation. Astrophys. Space Sci., 325: 37-40.
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  24. Arbab, A.I., 2010. On the electric and magnetic properties of conductors. Adv. Theor. Phys. J., .
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  25. Arbab, A.I., 2010. Gravitomagnetism: A novel explanation of the precession of planets and binary pulsars. Astrophys. Space Sci., 330: 61-68.
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  26. Arbab, A.I., 2010. Derivation of dirac, klein-gordon, schrodinger, diffusion and quantum heat transport equations from a universal quantum wave equation. Europhys. Lett., 92: 40001-40001.
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  27. Arbab, A.I., 2010. A phenomenological model for the precession of planets and bending of light. Astrophys. Space Sci., 325: 41-45.
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  28. Arbab, A.I. and H.M. Widatallah, 2010. The mass-extended `t Hooft-Nobbenhuis complex transformations and their consequences. Europhys. Lett., 92: 23002-23002.
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  29. Arbab, A.I. and H.M. Widatallah, 2010. On the generalized continuity equation. Chinese Phys. Lett., 27: 084703-084703.
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  30. Arbab, A.I. and F.A. Yassein, 2010. A new formulation of electrodynamics. J. Electromagnetic Anal. Appl., 2: 457-461.
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  31. Arbab, A.I., 2009. The length of the day: A cosmological perspective. Prog. Phys., 1: 8-11.
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  32. Arbab, A.I., 2009. On the tidal evolution of the Earth-Moon system: a cosmological model. Prog. Phys., .

  33. Arbab, A.I., 2009. On the new gauge transformations of maxwell`s equations. Prog. Phys., 2: 14-18.
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  34. Arbab, A.I., 2009. On the gravitational radiation of gravitating objects. Astrophys. Space Sci., 323: 181-184.
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  35. Arbab, A.I., 2009. Cosmological models with generalized einstein action. Abraham Zelmanov J., 2: 3-10.
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  36. Arbab, A.I. and Z.A. Satti, 2009. On the generalized maxwell equations and their prediction of electroscalar wave. Prog. Phys., 2: 8-13.
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  37. Arbab, A.I., 2008. Viscous dark energy models with variable G and A. Chinese Phys. Lett., 25: 3834-3834.
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  38. Arbab, A.I., 2008. Phantom energy with variable G and A. Chinese Phys. Lett., 25: 4497-4497.
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  39. Arbab, A.I., 2008. On the planetary acceleration and the rotation of the Earth. Astrophys. Space Sci., 314: 35-39.
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  40. Arbab, A.I., 2008. Comment on 'Five-dimensional cosmological model with variable G and Λ. Chinese Phys. Lett., 25: 351-351.
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  41. Arbab, A.I., 2005. Evolution of angular momenta and energy of the earth-moon system. Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 40: 33-42.
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  42. Arbab, A.I., 2005. Consparative Cosmology with Variable Constants. In: New Developments in Quantum Cosmology Research, Albert, R. (Ed.). Nova Science Publishers, USA.

  43. Arbab, A.I., 2005. A cosmic quantum mechanics. Afr. J. Math. Phys., .

  44. Arbab, A.I., 2004. The equivalence between different dark (matter) energy scenarios. Astrophys. Space Sci., 291: 143-149.
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  45. Arbab, A.I., 2004. Temporal variation of the earth-moon system parameters with cosmic evolution. Acta Geod. Geoph. Hung., 39: 27-37.
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  46. Arbab, A.I., 2004. A quantum universe and the solution to the cosmological problems. Gen. Rel. Gravit., 36: 2465-2479.
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  47. Arbab, A.I., 2003. The universe with bulk viscosity. Chinese J. Astron. Astrophys., 3: 113-113.
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  48. Arbab, A.I., 2003. Cosmological consequences of a built-in cosmological constant model. J. Cosmol. Astro. Particle, 5: 8-8.
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  49. Arbab, A.I., 2003. Cosmic Acceleration with a positive cosmological constant. Class. Quant. Grav., 20: 93-93.
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  50. Arbab, A.I., 2002. FRW universe with variable vacuum energy density. Gravit. Cosmol., 8: 227-227.
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  51. Arbab, A.I., 2002. A Model of An Accelerating Universe. In: New Trends in Theoretical and Observational Cosmology, Sato, K. and T. Shiromizu (Eds.). Universal Academic Press, Tokyo, Japan.

  52. Arbab, A.I., 2001. The evolving universe and the puzzling cosmological parameters. Spacetime Subst., .

  53. Arbab, A.I., 2001. Large scale quantization and the essence of the cosmological problems. Spacetime Subst., .

  54. Arbab, A.I., 2001. A coasting universe with vacuum energy. Spacetime Subst., .

  55. Arbab, A.I. and B. Beesham, 2000. Causal dissipative cosmology with variable G and Λ. Gen. Relativ. Gravitation, 32: 615-620.
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