AMOS @ Weizmann

Supported by the Crown and Deloro centers,
AMOS covers a wide range of research interests with a tradition of excellence.

AMOS @ Weizmann

AMOS encompasses the research in atomic, molecular,
and optical science at the Weizmann Institute of Science.

 

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Ionization-induced Long-lasting Orientation of Symmetric-top Molecules

Authors:
Xu L., Tutunnikov I., Prior Y. & Averbukh I. S.
source: | arxiv.org

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Ionization-induced Long-lasting Orientation of Symmetric-top Molecules

Authors:
Xu L., Tutunnikov I., Prior Y. & Averbukh I. S.
source: | arxiv.org

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Congratulations to Prof. Ofer Firstenberg

Shimon and Golde Picker ? Weizmann Annual Grant

Congratulations to Prof. Nir Davidson

Elected as a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS)

Congratulations to Prof. Dan Oron

Elected as a Fellow of the Optica (formerly OSA) Society

A laser focus on cancer

Weizmann physicist Prof. Victor Malka is creating powerful, compact lasers that could be used in vastly improved proton therapy for cancer. 
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Congratulations to Prof. Nirit Dudovich

Recipient of the Weizmann Prize from the Tel-Aviv Municipality

Congratulations to Dr. Rotem Arnon-Friedman

Peter and Patricia Gruber Award

It’s about time

Humans have been measuring time since their beginnings. Prof. Roee Ozeri shows the importance of time keeping for endeavors from navigating the seas to finding dark matter.
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The challenge of quantum cryptography

Quantum computing holds major promise for faster and more powerful computers, but there are many challenges to overcome. Dr. Rotem Arnon-Friedman's research may hold the key.
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Congratulations to Prof. Dan Oron

The Andre Deloro Prize for Scientific Research

Congratulations to Prof. Victor Armand Malka

Recipient of a Humboldt Research Award by Max-Planck-Institut fur Neurobiology

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