1. Nitzan Akerman; Michael Karpov; Yair Segev; Natan Bibelnik; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2017). Trapping of Molecular Oxygen together with Lithium Atoms.  Physical Review Letters. 119:(7)  Abstract
  2. Mariusz Pawlak; Yuval Shagam; Ayelet Klein; Edvardas Narevicius; Nimrod Moiseyev (2017). Adiabatic Variational Theory for Cold Atom-Molecule Collisions: Application to a Metastable Helium Atom Colliding with ortho- and para-Hydrogen Molecules.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 121:(10)2194-2198.  Abstract
  3. Yair Segev; Natan Bibelnik; Nitzan Akerman; Yuval Shagam; Alon Luski; Michael Karpov; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2017). Molecular beam brightening by shock-wave suppression.  Science advances. 3:(3)  Abstract
  4. Ayelet Klein; Yuval Shagam; W Skomorowski; PS Zuchowski; M Pawlak; LMC Janssen; N Moiseyev; de Meerakker, SYT van de Meerakker; der Avoird, A van der Avoird; CP Koch; Edvardas Narevicius (2017). Directly probing anisotropy in atom-molecule collisions through quantum scattering resonances.  Nature Physics. 13:(1)35-38.  Abstract


  1. John M. Doyle; Bretislav Friedrich; Edvardas Narevicius (2016). Physics and Chemistry with Cold Molecules.  ChemPhysChem. 17:(22)3581-3582.
  2. Edvardas Narevicius (2016). Photoassociation Spectroscopy in Penning Ionization Reactions at Sub-Kelvin Temperatures.  JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A. 120:(19)  Abstract


  1. Yuval Shagam; Ayelet Klein; Wojciech Skomorowski; Renjie Yun; Vitali Averbukh; Christiane P Koch; Edvardas Narevicius (2015). Molecular hydrogen interacts more strongly when rotationally excited at low temperatures leading to faster reactions.  Nature Chemistry. 7:(11)921-6.  Abstract
  2. Nitzan Akerman; Michael Karpov; Liron David; Etay Lavert-Ofir; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2015). Simultaneous deceleration of atoms and molecules in a supersonic beam.  New Journal of Physics. 17.  Abstract
  3. Mariusz Pawlak; Yuval Shagam; Edvardas Narevicius; Nimrod Moiseyev (2015). Adiabatic theory for anisotropic cold molecule collisions.  The Journal of chemical physics. 143:(7)74114.  Abstract


  1. Mark G. Raizen; Dmitry Budker; Simon M. Rochester; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2014). Magneto-optical cooling of atoms.  Optics Letters. 39:(15)4502-4505.  Abstract
  2. Etay Lavert-Ofir; Yuval Shagam; Alon B. Henson; Sasha Gersten; Jacek Klos; Piotr S. Zuchowski; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2014). Observation of the isotope effect in sub-kelvin reactions.  Nature Chemistry. 6:(4)332-335.  Abstract


  1. Yuval Shagam; Edvardas Narevicius (2013). Sub-Kelvin Collision Temperatures in Merged Neutral Beams by Correlation in Phase-Space.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 117:(43)22454-22461.  Abstract


  1. A. B. Henson; Sasha Gersten; Yuval Shagam; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2012). Observation of Resonances in Penning Ionization Reactions at Sub-Kelvin Temperatures in Merged Beams.  Science. 338:(6104)234-238.  Abstract
  2. Edvardas Narevicius; Mark G. Raizen (2012). Toward Cold Chemistry with Magnetically Decelerated Supersonic Beams.  Chemical Reviews. 112:(9)4879-4889.
  3. Yuval Shagam; Edvardas Narevicius (2012). Density and phase-space compression of molecular gases in magneto-electrostatic traps.  Physical Review A. 85:(5)  Abstract


  1. Etay Lavert-Ofir; Sasha Gersten; Alon B. Henson; Itamar Shani; Liron David; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2011). A moving magnetic trap decelerator: a new source of cold atoms and molecules.  New Journal of Physics. 13.  Abstract
  2. Etay Lavert-Ofir; Liron David; Alon B. Henson; Sasha Gersten; Julia Narevicius; Edvardas Narevicius (2011). Stopping paramagnetic supersonic beams: the advantage of a co-moving magnetic trap decelerator.  Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 13:(42)18948-18953.  Abstract


  1. Edvardas Narevicius; S. Travis Bannerman; Mark G. Raizen (2009). Single-photon molecular cooling.  New Journal of Physics. 11.  Abstract


  1. E. Narevicius, C. G. Parthey, A. Libson, J. Narevicius, I. Chavez, U. Even, M. G. Raizen (2007). An atomic coilgun: using pulsed magnetic fields to slow a supersonic beam.  New Journal of Physics. 9.
  2. G. N. Price, S.T. Bannerman, E. Narevicius, M.G. Raizen (2007). Single-photon atomic cooling.  Laser Physics. 17.
  3. E. Narevicius, C.G. Parthey, A. Libson, M. Riedel, U. Even, M.G. Raizen (2007). Towards magnetic slowing of atoms and molecules.  New Journal of Physics. 9.
  4. E. Narevicius, A. Libson, M. Riedel, C.G. Parthey, I. Chavez, U. Even, M.G. Raizen (2007). Coherent slowing of a supersonic beam with an atomic paddle.  Physical Review Letters. 98.


  1. A. Libson, M. Riedel, G. Bronshtein, E. Narevicius, U. Even, M.G. Raizen (2006). Towards coherent control of supersonic beams: a new approach to atom optics.  New Journal of Physics. 8.
  2. Y. Berlatzky, I. Shtrichman, R. Narevich, E. Narevicius, G. Rosenblum, I. Vorobeichik (2006). Tapping light from waveguides by high-order mode excitation and demultiplexing.  IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics. 42.
  3. E. Narevicius , R. Narevich , Y. Berlatzky, J. Dieckroeger, G. Heise, G. Rosenblum, I. Shtrichman, I. Vorobeichik, S. Wang (2006). Fabrication, polarisation and wavelength insensitive optical switch/attenuator based on adiabatic mode multiplexer.  Electronics Letters. 42.


  1. E. Narevicius, R. Narevich, Y. Berlatzky, I. Shtrichman, G. Rosenblum, I. Vorobeichik (2005). Adiabatic mode multiplexer for evanescent-coupling-insensitive optical switching.  Optics Letters. 30.
  2. Y. Berlatzky, I. Shtrichman, R. Narevich, E. Narevicius, G. Rosenblum, I. Vorobeichik (2005). Controlling Coupling of Guided to Radiating Modes Using Adiabatic Transitions Between Waveguides of Different Curvature.  Journal of Lightwave Technology. 23.


  1. K. Gokhberg, I. Vorobeichik, E. Narevicius, N. Moiseyev (2004). Solution of the vector wave equation by the separable effective adiabatic basis set method.  Journal of the Optical Society of America B. 21.
  2. E. Narevicius, N. Moiseyev, H. R. Sadeghpour and L. S. Cederbaum (2004). Extremely narrow peaks in the predissociation cross-section of sodium dimer due to non-adiabatic couplings mediated by rotations.  The Journal of Chemical Physics. 121.


  1. H. Barkay, E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (2003). Non-Hermitian scattering theory: Resonant tunneling probability amplitude in a quantum dot.  Physical Review B. 67.
  2. E. Narevicius, P. Serra and N. Moiseyev (2003). Critical phenomena associated with self-orthogonality in non-Hermitian quantum mechanics.  Europhysics Letters. 62.
  3. I. Vorobeichik, E. Narevicius, G. Rosenblum, M. Orenstein and N. Moiseyev (2003). Electromagnetic Realization of Orders-of-Magnitude Tunneling Enhancement in a Double Well System.  Physical Review Letters. 90.
  4. E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (2003). Non Hermitian Quantum Mechanics: Formalism and Applications.  editors E. J. Brandas and E. S. Kryachko, Fundamental World of Quantum Chemistry a Tribute Volume to the Memory of Per-Olov Lowdin, Kluwer, Dordrecht, .


  1. E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (2000). Non-Hermitian formulation of interference effect in scattering experiments.  The Journal of Chemical Physics. 113.
  2. E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (2000). Trapping of an electron due to molecular vibrations.  Physical Review Letters. 84.


  1. E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (1998). Fingerprints of Broad Overlapping Resonances in the e+H2 Cross Section.  Physical Review Letters. 81.
  2. E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (1998). Temporary trapping of a light atom in between two heavy atoms.  Molecular Physics. 94.
  3. E. Narevicius and N. Moiseyev (1998). Structured Photo-absorption Spectra of ArHCl: fingerprints of overlapping broad resonances.  Chemical Physics Letters. 287.


  1. E. Narevicius, D. Neuhauser, H. J. Korsch and N. Moiseyev (1997). Resonances from short time complex-scaled cross-correlation probability amplitudes by the filter-diagonalization method.  Chemical Physics Letters. 276.