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    Prof. Jacob Sagiv

    Supramolecular Architecture at Interfaces (with R. Maoz)
    Supramolecular Surface Chemistry: Bottom-up Nanofabrication using Planned Self-Assembling Mono- and Multilayer Systems (with R. Maoz)
    Constructive Lithography: Contact Electrochemical Surface Patterning on Lateral Length Scales from Nanometer to Centimeter (with R. Maoz)
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    Prof. Yehiam Prior

    Strong field nonlinear optics.
    Alignment and orientation of atoms and molecules in strong laser fields.
    Collaboration with:  Ilya Averbukh
    Molecular Dynamics with ultrashort shaped femtosecond pulses.
    femtosecond laser material processing

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    Prof. Ron Naaman

    Spin selectivity in electrons transmission through chiral molecules
    Collaboration with:  Yossi Paltiel, Hebrew University David H. Waldeck, University of Pittsburghm USA Claudio Fontanessi, Modena University, Italy E. W. Meijer, Eindhoven, Netherland C. Achim, Carnegie Melon, USA
    electron transfer in bio-molecules
    spin selective electron transfer
    spin dependent electrochemistry
    spintronics with chiral molecules
    enantio-selective interaction
    Spin effect in water splitting

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  • Picture of Prof. Igor Lubomirsky

    Prof. Igor Lubomirsky

    Ice Nucleation on Charged Surfaces (Electrofreezing)
    Collaboration with:  Prof. Meir Lahav
    Ice nucleation
    design of polar crystals and surfaces by symmetry reduction
    non-classical crystal growth
    surface and bulk pyroelectricity
    Fundamentals of electro-chemo-mechanical effects
    local symmetry reduction
    non-classical electrostriction
    ionic conductivity
    elastic interactions in solids with a large concentration of point defects

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  • Picture of Prof. Yuval Gefen

    Prof. Yuval Gefen

    Low-dimensional interacting systems out of equilibrium.
    Interferometry and dephasing with electronic and anyonic systems.
    Weak measurement, weak values and foundations of quantum mechanics.
    Exotic excitations in the fractional quantum Hall effect and Topological Insulators.
    Edge reconstruction and edge channels in the fractional quantum Hall effect and Topological Insulators.
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    Prof. Yehiam Prior

    Strong field nonlinear optics.
    Alignment and orientation of atoms and molecules in strong laser fields.
    Collaboration with:  Ilya Averbukh
    Molecular Dynamics with ultrashort shaped femtosecond pulses.
    femtosecond laser material processing

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  • Picture of Prof. Jacob Sagiv

    Prof. Jacob Sagiv

    Supramolecular Architecture at Interfaces (with R. Maoz)
    Supramolecular Surface Chemistry: Bottom-up Nanofabrication using Planned Self-Assembling Mono- and Multilayer Systems (with R. Maoz)
    Constructive Lithography: Contact Electrochemical Surface Patterning on Lateral Length Scales from Nanometer to Centimeter (with R. Maoz)
  • Picture of Prof. Igor Lubomirsky

    Prof. Igor Lubomirsky

    Dielectric materials
    Properties of Ultra-Thin Self-Supported Crystalline Oxide Films.
    Infrared focal plane array based on freestanding pyroelectric films.
    Oxygen ion transport in thin freestanding films.
    High temperature, electrochemical CO<sub>2</sub> reduction

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    Prof. Ron Naaman

    Electron transmission through organized organic thin films.
    Interaction of electrons with bio-molecules
    Electronic and magnetic properties of organized organic thin films
    Collaboration with:  Zeev Vager, Dep. of Particle Physics
    Molecular controlled semiconductor electronic devices.

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    Prof. Yuval Gefen

    Low-dimensional interacting systems out of equilibrium.
    Interferometry and dephasing with electronic and anyonic systems.
    Weak measurement, weak values and foundations of quantum mechanics.
    Exotic excitations in the fractional quantum Hall effect and Topological Insulators.
    Edge reconstruction and edge channels in the fractional quantum Hall effect and Topological Insulators.

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