CV

Updated 5.3.20

RESHEF TENNE

Materials Scientist, Physical and Inorganic Chemist

The first Drake Family Professor of Nanotechnology (Emeritus)

The first director of the Helen and Matrin Kimmel Center for Nanoscale Science (Emeritus)

Personal Details

Tel: (office): +972-8-934-2394; Mobile: +972-54-624-4242; e-mail: reshef.tenne@weizmann.ac.il

Date & Place of Birth: 2.9.1944, Kibbutz Usha (Israel); Widowess; 3 children, 2 grandchildren; remarried

Private address: Hashomrim 21, Rehovot 76231, Israel; Tel: 077-9166817

Nationality: Israeli

Languages: Hebrew (mother tongue); English (spoken and written); French (spoken)

Webpage: http://www.weizmann.ac.il/materials/tenne/

Specialization

Nanomaterials Science

Education

 B.Sc. in Chemistry and Physics, (1969), Hebrew University, Jerusalem

 M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry, (1971), Hebrew University, Jerusalem (Prof. G. Stein, supervisor)

 Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry (1976), Hebrew University, Jerusalem (Prof. A. Ben-Naim, supervisor)

 Post-Doctorate in Theoretical Chemistry (1978), Battelle Institute, Geneva (Dr. E. Bergmann, supervisor)

Positions

1979- Scientist Electrochemistry Group, Battelle Institute, Geneva

1979- Staff Scientist, the Weizmann Institute of Science

1981- Senior Scientist, the Weizmann Institute of Science

1985- Assoc. Professor, the Weizmann Institute of Science

1986- Visiting Professor, Solid State Institute, Technion, Haifa

1988- Visiting Professor, Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, France

1989- Visiting Professor (MRT Fellow), Solid State Physics Laboratory, CNRS, Meudon, France (Sabbatical)

1991- Visiting Professor (JSPS fellow), The University of Tokyo, Japan

1994- DAAD fellow, Hahn-Meitner Institute, Berlin, Germany

1995- Present, Professor, the Weizmann Institute of Science

2000-2007 Head, Department of Materials and Interfaces, Weizmann Institute of science

2000-2007 Director of the G.M.J. Minerva Center for Supramolecular Architectures

2003-2014 Director of the Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for Nanoscale Science

2014- Emeritus Professor

2017- Research (Emeritus) Professor

Chair

Incumbent of Helen & Milton A. Kimmelman Career Development Chair in perpetuity established by Helen and Milton A. Kimmelman, New York, NY (1983-1986). The Drake Family Chair in Nanotechnology (2004-2014)

Scientific Honors, Awards and Recognitions

1976-1978- International Battelle Memorial Fellowship

1985- The Mordechai (Moma) Glickson Annual Research Prize of the Weizmann Institute

1996- Fellow of the Israel Vacuum Society

2002- Fellow of the World Technology Network

2004- The Drake Family Chair in Nanotechnology

2005- The Kolthoff Prize in Chemistry of the Technion, Haifa

2005- Materials Research Society Medal, Boston

2005- Rafael Scientific Research Excellence Prize of the Israel Vacuum Society, Tel-Aviv

2006- Landau Prize of Mifal Hapais in Nanotechnology, Tel-Aviv

2008- Fellow of the Materials Research Society (inaugural class of fellows)

2008- The Israel Chemical Society Excellence Prize

2011- Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC)

2011- Member, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities

2011- ChinaNano 2011 Plenary Speaker Award, Beijing

2012- The C.N.R. Rao Award Lecture in the 14th Chem. Res. Soc. India Meeting, Trivandrum, India

2012- Member, Academia Europaea- The Academy of Europe

2014- Best science paper award of the year- Inst. Civil Eng., UK

2015- University Honorary Chair Professor of Taiwan Technical Univ. Sci. & Tech., Taipei

2015- Gold Medal of the Israel Chemical Society

2016- Rothschild Prize in Physics and Chemistry

2016- Plenary Speaker Prize NanoTr12, the 12th International Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Conference, Gebze Technical University, Turkey

2017- Honorary Fellow of the Israel Society for Microscopy (ISM), Tel-Aviv

2019- International Union of Vacuum Science, Techniques and Applications (IUVSTA) 2019 Technology Prize, Malmo, Sweden

Special lectures and recognitions

2009, 2010- Special Lecture Series hosted by the German Chemical Society (DGCh) in Dresden, Stuttgart Darmstadt, Karlsruhe

2009- INNT01, 1st Workshop on Inorganic Nanotubes, San Sebastian, September- A Workshop in Honor of Professor Reshef Tenne’s 65th Birthday (http://dipc.ehu.es/ws_presentacion.php?id=40)

2011- The Folman Lecture, Technion, February, Haifa

2012- Adams Seminar, Isr. Academy of Sci. & Humanities, May, Jerusalem

2013- Esteemed Keynote Speaker, 6th Bangalore INDIA NANO 2013

2013- Seminar series in Korean Universities hosted by the Korean Academy of Sciences, October, Korea

2014- Royal Society of Chemistry list of selected group of referees in material science (MHR)

2015- Seminar series hosted by the Academia Sinica, November, Taiwan

2015- Honorary Editorial Board member, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology journal (http://www.intechopen.com/journals/nanomaterials_and_nanotechnology)

2016- Honorary Editorial Board Member, International Reviewer journal (www.theinternationalreviewer.info)

2016- Honorable Guest and Keynote Lecturer, Materials Chemistry 2016 Conference, Valencia, March (http://materialschemistry.conferenceseries.com/)

2018- 8th Annual Chemistry Lecture, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Jakkur, India

2018- Inaugural Diamond Jubilee Chemistry Lecture, IIT Bombay, March, Mumbai, India

2018- Nano-Day 2018 Keynote Speaker, UNAM, Bilkent University, May, Ankara, Turkey

Technological recognitions

2004 -“ApNano Materials” selected by the Innovation World magazine as one of the top 21 companies of the 21st century

2004 - “ApNano Materials” selected by the Red Herring as one of the 100 most innovative companies, New York

2006 - “NanoLub” is the winner of the second annual Nanotech Briefs magazine Nano 50 contest, Boston

2006 - “ApNano Materials” elected as Corporate Member of the World Technology Network, San Francisco

2010 - “Ap-Nano Materials" selected for the “The Automotive Excellence (NoAE) Innovation-Competition Prize top  30”, Würtzburg Automotive Summit, Germany, Sponsored by The German Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology

2010- “NanoMaterials” was awarded “Nanotechnology Company of the Year Award 2010”  by the Israel Ministry of Industry& Trade, Office of the Chief Scientist and MATIMOP (Israeli Industry Center for R&D), Tel-Aviv

Funding

ERC-AdG (2008- inaugural cycle): European Research Council: Advanced Research Grants -1.62 M Euro over 5 years; ERC-PoC (2012) grant- 150k E

Monographs

"Inorganic Nanomaterials from Nanotubes to Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles: Fundamental and Applications", R. Tenne, World Scientific, Singapore (2012).

“Inorganic Fullerene-like Nanoparticles and Inorganic Nanotubes”, Eds. R. Tenne and A.N. Enyashin, MDPI publications, Basel (2015). ISBN 978-03842-149-4(8)

Other experiences

Teaching at both University and High Schools

1978 and 1979- Organizer of two International Workshops on the theory and applications of liquid and amorphous

metals

1992-1996- Co-Chair of the annual symposia of the Israel Vacuum Society

1986- Consultant: Solar Energy Applications project Battelle-Geneva

1981- Consultant- Photoelectrochemical Applications, Dornier System GmbH

1990-1992- Member of Teaching Board of Chemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science                    

1993-1996 – Member of Services Committee, Weizmann Institute of Science                    

-Advisory Committee for the following research centers:

 1991 and 1994- Interfaces and catalysis, U. of Laval, under auspices of FCAR, Quebec

 1997-Institute of Photonics Prof. M. Graetzel (EPFL,) on behalf of the Swiss Ministry of Education

 1998-Center of Photoelenergetics of Organic Materials headed by Prof. Y. Nakato, U. of Osaka on behalf of the

 Japanese Ministry of Education

1990-1992- Secretary of the Israel Vacuum Society

1992-1994- President of the Israel Vacuum Society

- Expert Reviewer for the following Journals and Organizations:

  Nature, Science, Nature Materials, J. Am. Chem. Soc., PNAS, Nature Comm., Phys. Rev. Lett., Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed., J. Phys. Chem., Adv. Mater., J. Mater. Res., J. Electrochem. Soc., J. Electroanal. Chem., J. Solid State Chem., Indian J.  Tech., J. Appl. Electrochem., Appl. Surf. Science, Acta Materialia, Chem. Phys. Chem., NanoLett., Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., NSF, DOE, PRF-ACS, EU R&D Program (ERC), NEDO (Japan), ERC, Swiss National Sci. Found.

- Member of the following scientific boards:

 1994- Eshkol foundation

 1994-1997- France-Israel (AFIRST)

 1995-1997-India-Israel Foundation

 1997-Japan-Israel Foundation

 2006-Legacy Heritage Fund of the Israeli Science Foundation

- Reviewer and member of promotion committee for the following faculties:

 1990 and 1993-Columbia University, School of Physics, New York

 1995-University of Washington, Dept. of Material Science and Engineering, Seattle

 1999-University of Oxford, Dept of Materials Science, UK

 1994 and 2001-the Hebrew University: 1995-1997-Technion; 1997 and 2010-Ben-Gurion University;

 2004-Bar-Ilan University

 1995 and 2008- Visitor of the American Airforce Labs under the program Window to Science

- Recipient of 2 International NEDO projects from the government of Japan:

 1992-1995 NEDO grant with Prof. A. Fujishima, University of Tokyo, and

 1995-1998 NEDO grant with Dr. S. Iijima, NEC

-Committees at the Weizmann Institute of Science:

 1997-1998 Vice-chair of the Scientific Council of Professors of the Weizmann Institute; Member of the Steering Committee of  the Scientific Council; Chair of the Research Associates' Promotion Committee; Member of the Research Associates' Tenure Committee

1997-1999- Founder and Chair of the Materials Committee of the Israel Science Foundation

1997- Founder and Chair, the Lev Margulis Award Committee of the Israel Microscopy Society

1997- Member of Israeli Ministry of Science search committee for scientific councilors to embassies

- Israel Chemical Society contributions:

 1997-2003- Israel Chemical Society (ICS) Board member, Prize Committee member, and Treasurer

 1997- Member of ICS committee for the young faculty scientist excellence award; 1998-Chair of the internet site

   selection committee; and 1999- Founder  of the committee for establishment of ICS awards

1998-2000- Member of the Research Board of Advisors, Am. Biog. Inst.

1999 and 2000- Member of the board for the Alon fellowship program, VATAT

1999- Acting Chair of the Department of Materials and Interfaces, Weizmann Institute, Spring

1999- Member, Committee for selection of internal research awards, Weizmann Institute

1999- Member, Committee for the Canada-Israel joint R&D program, Ministry of Science and Technology

2000-2002- Chairperson, Travel committee of the Weizmann Institute of Science

2000-2002- Member, Promotion Committee of the Faculty of Chemistry, Weizmann Institute

2000-2007- Member, Academic Board; Promotion Comm. and Honorary Deg. Comm., Holon Institute of Technology

2000-2007- Head, Department of Materials and Interfaces, Weizmann Institute

2001- Member, Large Equipment Committee, Israel Science Foundation

2001- Board of Reviewers, NEDO, Japan

2001-2007- Director, G.M.J. Schmidt Minerva Center for Supramolecular Architectures

2001- Member, Award Committee, Israel Vacuum Society

2002- Acting president, Israel Chemical Society

2002- Co-founder of “ApNano Materials, Inc” (“NanoMaterials, Ltd”- http://www.apnano.com) purchased in 2013 by N.I.S. (www.nisusacorp.com)

2003- 2014- Director, the Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for Nanoscale Sciences

2002-2006- Co-Founder and Member of the Steering and the Selection Committees for the Intl. H. Gerischer Prize of the Electrochemical Society

2003- Member, Board of the Israel Society for Microscopy

2004- Member, Nanotechnology Initiative of the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture

2004- Reviewer for the Third World Academy of Sciences

2004- Member, Advisory Committee to the Israel Nanotechnology Initiative for Nano-Bio

2004- Member, British Standard Panel for Nanotechnology of the BSI and 2005- Publicly Available Standard (PAS71)

2004- Chairman, Review Comm. for the joint NSF (US)-Isr. Ministry Sci. Tech. research program

2005-2010 Member, Advisory Board of the Faculty of Materials Engineering, Technion

2007 and 2008- Member, Selection Committee for the Harvey Prize

2008-2014- Member of the Board of Directors and General Assembly of the Landau Prize Foundation

2007-2008- Member, Scientific Committee on Advanced Materials, Institute for Science and Technology, Austria

2008- Member, Board of Reviewers for the Romanian Natl. Research Council (NURC), Bucharest  

2009- Member, Board of Reviewers, Swiss Natl. Sci. Found. for two programs: "Smart materials" and Centers of Excellence (NCCR)

2009 and 2010- Co-convener, Faculty of Chemistry Colloquium, Weizmann Institute

2009- Founding Member of the Board of NanoIsrael Biannual Conference Series (2009-2014)

2010- Member, Board of Reviewers, Israel Science Foundation

2011- Member of the Dostrovsky Prize Board (2010-)

2012- Landau Prize Committee of Mifal Hapais- Israel Lottery (2012-2016)

2008-2013- Member of the Intl. Adv. Board, TMCN annual conference series; Since 2013- Flatlands, beyond Graphene conference series.

2009-2013- Founding member and member of the COST action-COINAPO network

2012-present- Member of Scientific Council and Head of Promotion Committee, Holon Inst. Tech.

2012- Chairperson of the board, the Gerischer Prize of the Electrochemical Society

2012- Founder of the Isr. Chem. Soc. Tenne Family Prize in Nanoscale Science

2014- Chairperson, Comm. of the Isr. Academy of Sci. for monitoring the “State of Science in Israel” report (2013) to the Knesset and government

2014- TTRF Foundation (Japan) grant with Prof. L. Rapoport (HIT)

2015- Chair of the Israel Academy of Sciences Committee responsible for the 2nd triennial report on the “State of Science in Israel” to the government- Delivered November 2016

2015- Chair of the selection committee for the Landau Prize in “Nanotechnology-Science and Applications”

2016- Member, Consulting Research Committee for the Head of the Planning and Budgeting Committee of the Higher Education (VATAT)

2016- Member, International advisory board. Indian Association for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (www.iannindia.org).

2017- Chairperson, Comm. of the Isr. Academy of Sci. for monitoring the “State of Science in Israel” report (2016) to the Knesset and government

2018- Chair of the Israel Academy of Sciences Committee responsible for the 3rd triennial report on the “State of Science in Israel” to the government

2019- Board of Juries for an international prize

2020- 2020- Chair of the Isr. Academy of Sci. Comm. for the interim report on the State of Science in Israel (expected March 2021)

Editorial duties

2002-2006- Principal Editor-Journal of Materials Research

- Editorial Advisory Boards:

 Materials Science Forum, Trans Tech Publications (1997-); Chem. Mater. (2003-2008); European J. Sol. State Inorg. Chem. (1993-2000); Solid State Sciences (2000-); Microscopy, Microanalysis, Microstructures (1995-1999); Advanced Functional Materials, Wiley-VCH (2001-); Materials Research Bulletin (2005-); Nanotechnology (IoP) (2005-2008); Recent Patents in Nanotechnology, Bentham (2006-); Chemistry, Asian Journal Wiley-VCH (2006-); Nano, World Scientific Publishing (2006-); Digest J. Nanomater. Biostruct. (2006-); The Open Nanosci. J., Bentham (2007-); The Open Appl. Phys. J., Bentham (2007-2014), became The Open Phys. J (2014-); PhysicaPlus (On-Line Magazine of the Isr. Phys. Soc., 2006-); Nano Research, Springer and Tsinghua University Press (2007-2013; 2014-); Nano and Biomaterials (2009-), InderScience; Isr. J. Chem., Wiley-VCH (2010-); Nanomaterials and Energy, ICE Pub. (UK); Mater. Sci. Appl., Scientific Research Publications, USA (2011-); ChemistryOpen, ChemPubSoc Europe (2011-); Particle (Wiley-VCH-2012-); Nanomater. and Nanotech., Open Access journal published by Intech (2011-); Inorganics, MDPI publisher, Basel, Switzerland (2012-); Orectic Journal of Nanoscience (2012); Technology, World Scientific (2014-); China Science Materials, Chinese Academy of Sci. (2014-2019);The Open Physics Journal, Bentham (2015-); Functional Nanomaterials Journal, Veruscript (London; 2016-); Jacobs J. Inorganic Chem., Austin (TX) (2016-); Int. e- Journal Nanotech. Nanomedicine (2016). EDP Sciences (2017-); Sci. MDPI (2018-).

1997- Guest Editor, Fullerene Research in Israel, a special issue of Fullerene Sci. and Technol.  

2006- Focused Issue Editor of the J. Mater. Res., “Nanotubes and Nanowires”

2010- Co-editor for the special issue of the Isr. J. Chem., “Inorg. Nanotubes and Nanostructures”

2013- Co-editor of Carbon Functional Nanomaterials, Graphene and Related 2D-Layered Systems MRS Proceeding volume (No. 1549), ISBN 978-1-60511-526-9.

2014-Co-editor, Special issue of Inorganics (MDPI Publications), “Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles”. doi:10.3390/inorganics2040649

2014- Co-editor, Special issue of Nanomaeterials and Energy (Inst. Civil Eng. (UK) Publications) “2D materials for energy research”. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1680/nme.2015.4.1.1

2014- Royal Society of Chemistry list of selected group of referees (MHR) in materials science.

2016- Co-editor, Special issue of the Isr. J. Chem. “Computational Science of Inorganic Nanostructures”. DOI: 10.1002/ijch.201700015. 

Honorary Board Member

2015- Honorary Editorial Board member, Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology journal

2017 - Materials Science Research India

2016 - Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology J. (SAGE)- Honorary board member

2016 - International Reviewer journal (www.theinternationalreviewer.info)

Professional societies

Swiss and European Physical Societies; Israel Society for Microscopy; Israel Chemical Society; Israel Vacuum Society; Israel Physical Society; American Physical Society; Electrochemical Society; American Chemical Society; Materials Research Society; Royal Society of Chemistry (UK); Intl. Soc. Condition Monitoring (ISCM); Israel Society of Microscopy

Visiting scientist positions

1983, July -Laboratory of Solid State Physics, CNRS, Meudon, France, with Dr. C. Lévy-Clément

1984, February -Laboratory of Solid State Physics, CNRS, Meudon, France, with Drs. C. Lévy-Clément and R.Triboulet

1984, May - Department of Physics, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, with Prof. M.Tomkiewicz

1984, August - Institute of Chemistry, University of Bern, with Dr. G. Calzaferri

1985, February - Rockwell International R & D Center, Thousand Oaks, California, with Dr. Ron Haak     

1985, December - Photoluminescence Laboratory, CNRS, Meudon, France, with Dr. H. Mariette    

1986, September and 1987, February-Department of Physics, Konstanz University, Germany, February with Prof. E. Bucher and Dr. M. Lux-Steiner

1988, February and 1987, May - Department of Chemistry, Michigan University, Ann-Arbor, with Prof. A. Francis and Dr. E. Lifshitz

1989, December - Du-Pont Central Research Center, Wilmington DE, with Dr. B.A. Parkinson

1991, January - CSIR, Madrid, with Dr. P. Salvador

1990, September - Hahn-Meitner Institute, Berlin, with Dr. H. Lewerenz          

1991, October-Laboratory of Solid State Physics, CNRS, Meudon, France, with Drs. C. Lévy-Clément and M. Rodot

1992, February - Department of Synthetic Chemistry, the University of Tokyo, with Prof. A. Fujishima

List of Publications

  1. The Photochemistry of Solution of Eu(III) and Eu(II), Y. Haas, G. Stein and R. Tenne, Isr. J. Chem. 10, 529-536 (1972).    
  2. Effect of Tetraalkylammonium Salts on the Hydrophobic Interaction, R. Tenne and A. Ben-Naim, J. Phys. Chem. 80, 1120-1122 (1976).    
  3. Distribution Functions at Zero Separation and an Equation of State for Hard-Core Particles with a Finite Interaction Tail I, B. Barboy and R. Tenne, Molec. Phys.  31, 1749-1964 (1976).               
  4. Distribution Functions at Zero Separation and an Equation of State for Hard-Core Particles with a Finite Interaction Tail II. Angle-Dependent Potential, B. Barboy and R. Tenne, Molec. Phys. 33, 331-337 (1977).         
  5. Application of the Scaled Particle Theory to the Problem of Hydrophobic Interaction, A. Ben-Naim and R. Tenne, J. Chem. Phys. 67, 627-633 (1977).    
  6. Application of the Scaled Particle Theory to the Problem of Hydrophobic Interaction: Part II - Mixtures of Water and Ethanol, R. Tenne and A. Ben-Naim, J. Chem. Phys.  67, 4632-4636 (1977).         
  7. Scaled Particle Theory of Nonadditive Hard Spheres: Solutions for General Positive Nonadditivity, R. Tenne and E. Bergmann, Phys. Rev. A  17, 2036-2045 (1978).         
  8. Scaled Particle Theory of Mixtures of Hard Spheres with Negatively Non-Additive Diameters, E. Bergmann and R. Tenne, Chem. Phys. Lett.  56, 310-313 (1978).         
  9. Distribution Functions and the Equations of State of Sticky Hard Sphere Fluids in the Percus-Yevick Approximation. B. Barboy and R. Tenne, Chem. Phys.  38, 369-387 (1979).         
  10. Losungen des Modells des Skalierten Teilchens fur Mischungen harter Kugeln mit Nicht-Additiven Durchmessern, E. Bergmann and R. Tenne, Helvetica Physica Acta   51, 537 (1978).
  11. Scaled Particle Theory for Mixtures of Nonadditive Hard Discs, R. Tenne and E. Bergmann, J. Chem. Phys. 70, 1952-1962 (1979).         
  12. Un Models de la Localisation Partielle des Gas Adsorbes aus Surfaces des Solides, E. Bergmann and R. Tenne, Helvetica Physica Acta  52, 100 (1979).         
  13. The Zero Separation Theorems for the Distribution Functions and the Equation of State for Hard Core Fluids, R. Tenne and B. Barboy, Helvetica Physica Acta  52, 425 (1979).
  14. Nonadditive Hard Discs, A Model for Partially Localized Adsorption, R. Tenne and E. Bergmann, Phys. Rev. B. 22, 702-716 (1980).    
  15. Improved Efficiency of CdSe Photoanodes by Photoelectrochemical Etching, R. Tenne and G. Hodes, Appl. Phys. Lett.  37, 428-431 (1980).         
  16. Photoelectrochemistry of the CuInS2/Sn2- System, Y. Mirovsky, D. Cahen, G. Hodes, R. Tenne and W. Giriat, Solar Energy Mater. 4, 169-177 (1981).     
  17. The Effect of Photoelectrochemical Etching on the Performance of CdS Based Photoelectrochemical Cells, R. Tenne, Appl. Phys.  25, 13-16 (1981).        
  18. The Effect of Some Surface Treatments on the Characteristics of Cd-Chalcogenides/Polysulfide Schottky Barrier, R. Tenne, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem.  85, 413-421 (1981).    
  19. The Effect of Photoelectrochemical Etching on the Performance of CdTe Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells, N. Müller and R. Tenne, Appl. Phys. Lett.  39, 283-285 (1981). 
  20. Thermodynamics of a One-Dimensional Hard Rod Mixture with Non-Additive Lengths, B. Barboy and R. Tenne, Molec. Phys.  44, 1137-1143 (1981).    
  21. The Effect of Added Salts on the Stability of Cd-Chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells, R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc., 129, 143-145 (1982).     
  22. Photoelectrochemical Performance of the n-CdSe/Aqueous Polysulfide System at Room and Sub-Zero Ambient Temperatures, N. Müller, R. Tenne and D. Cahen, J. Electroanal. Chem.  130, 373-379 (1982).
  23. Activation Energy for Nucleation of the Supercooled Hard-Sphere Fluid, R. Tenne, Chem. Phys. Lett.  87, 177-180 (1982).
  24. Photoelectrochemical Solar Cells: Interpretation of Cell Performance Using Electrochemical Determination of Photoelectrode Properties, Y. Mirovsky, R. Tenne, G. Hodes and D. Cahen, Thin Solid Films  91, 349-356 (1982).              
  25. Zero Separation Theorem for Systems with Long Range Interactions, R. Tenne, B. Barboy, S. Baer and M. Silbert, Molec. Phys.  47, 913-924 (1982).              
  26. Ternary Chalcogenide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. The n-CdIn2Se4/Aqueous Polysulfide System, R. Tenne, Y. Mirovsky, Y. Greenstein and D. Cahen, J. Electrochem. Soc.  129, 1506-1512 (1982).        
  27. The Relation between Performance and Stability of Cd-Chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells.  I. Model and the Effect of Photoetching, R. Tenne, N. Müller, Y. Mirovsky and D. Lando, J. Electrochem. Soc.  130, 852-860 (1983).    
  28. The Relation between Performance and Stability of Cd-Chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells: The Effect of Potential, R. Tenne, G. Hodes, J. Manassen, N. Müller, Y. Mirovsky, D. Lando and D. Cahen, J. Electroanal. Chem.  143, 103-112 (1983).   
  29. Performance and Stability of CdSe/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells under Chopped Illumination, R. Tenne, J. Electroanal. Chem.  143, 113-120 (1983).    
  30. Numerical Simulation of the Long-Term Performance and Corrosion of Photoelectrochemical Cells, H. Flaisher and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem  87, 3061-3068 (1983).     
  31. Selective Electrochemical Etching of p-CdTe (for Photovoltaic Cells), R. Tenne, Appl. Phys. Lett.  43, 201-204 (1983).              
  32. Study of the Cd-Chalcogenide/Ferri-Ferrocyanide Photoelectrochemical Cells: Effect of Surface Morphology and Added Salt, R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc. 130, 2163-2169 (1983).
  33. Dissociative Electron Transfer on Ionic Surfaces, Y. Zeiri, M. Shapiro and R. Tenne, Chem. Phys. Lett.  99, 11-15 (1983).    
  34. Selective (Photo) Electrochemical Etching of Semiconductor Surfaces, R. Tenne and G. Hodes, Surf. Sci.  135, 453-478 (1983).   
  35. Application of Cathodoluminescence Imaging for the Investigation of CdTe. The Effect of Photoetching, R. Tenne and A.K. Chin, Mater. Lett.  2, 143-146 (1983).    
  36. Adsorption of Ions on Semiconductor Surfaces. I. Silver and Halide Ions on Silver Halides, Y. Zeiri, R. Tenne and M. Shapiro, J. Chem. Phys.  80, 5283-5294 (1984).                   
  37. Electrolyte Electroreflectance of Single-Crystal CdIn2Se4 in a Photoelectrochemical Solar Cell, M. Tomkiewicz, W. Siripala and R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc.  131, 736-740 (1984).         
  38. Improved Performance of Cadmium Chalcogenide Photoelectrochemical Cells: Surface Modification Using Copper Sulfide, H. Flaisher, R. Tenne and G. Hodes, J. Phys. D.  17, 1055-1066 (1984).    
  39. Photoelectrochemical Etching of ZnSe and Nonuniform Charge Flow in Schottky Barriers, R. Tenne, H. Flaisher and R. Triboulet, Phys. Rev. B.  29, 5799-5804 (1984).    
  40. A Pronounced Cation Effect on Performance and Stability of Cd-Chalcogenide/Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells, S. Licht, R. Tenne, H. Flaisher and J. Manassen, J. Electrochem. Soc.  131, 950-951 (1984).    
  41. Investigation into the Photocurrent Quadrature Signal of Photoelectrochemical Cells, H. Flaisher and R. Tenne, J. Appl. Phys.  56, 2930-2939 (1984).     
  42. Photoelectrochemical etching of ZnS: Further Evidence for Non-Uniform Flow of Charge Carriers in Schottky Barriers, R. Tenne, and M. Shatkay, Appl. Phys.  B35, 243-247 (1984).         
  43. Evidence for Nonuniform Flow of Charge Carriers Through Semiconductor Junctions, R. Tenne, V. Marcu and N. Yellin, Appl. Phys. Lett.  45, 1219-1222 (1984).
  44. Improved Performance of InSe Based Photoelectrochemical Cells by Means of a Selective (Photo)Electrochemical Etching, R. Tenne, B. Theys, J. Rioux and C. Lévy-Clément, J. Appl. Phys.  57, 141-146 (1985).                
  45. Controlled Photoelectrochemical Etching of CdSe and observation of a Photocathodic Effect, R. Tenne and W. Giriat, J. Electroanal. Chem.  186, 127-137 (1985).   
  46. Electrical Properties of CdTe Crystals Grown by VUVG from Nonstoichiometric Charges, N. Yellin, A. Zemel and R. Tenne, J. Electronic Materials 14, 85-94 (1985).    
  47. Photoelectrochemistry of CdSe in Sulfite Electrolyte, R. Tenne and G. Hodes, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem.  89, 74-78 (1985).     
  48. Photoluminescence of CdSe: The Effect of Photoetching, R. Garuthara, M. Tomkiewicz and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B.  31, 7844-7849 (1985).        
  49. Passivation of Recombination Centers in WSe2 by Photoelectrochemical Etching, R. Tenne, W. Spahni, G. Calzaferri and A. Wold, J. Electroanal. Chem.  189, 247-256 (1985).    
  50. Ternary Chalcogenide Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. V. Surface Analyses of the CuInX2/aqueous Polysulfide Interface (X=S,Se), by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy; Absence of Se/S Exchange in the CuInSe2/Sn2- System, Y. Mirovsky, G. Sawatzky, R. Tenne and D. Cahen, J. Electrochem. Soc.  132, 1070-1076 (1985).    
  51. High Efficiency n-Cd(Se,Te)/S2- Photoelectrochemical Cell Resulting from Solution Chemistry Control, S. Licht, R. Tenne, G. Dagan, G. Hodes, J. Manassen, D. Cahen, R. Triboulet, J. Rioux and C. Lévy-Clément, Appl. Phys. Lett.  46, 608-611 (1985).                 
  52. Ternary Chalcogenide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells. VII. Analysis of the Chemical Processes Occurring at the CdIn2Se4 Surface During Photoelectrochemical Operation, R. Tenne, Y. Mirovsky, G. Sawatzky and W. Giriat,J. Electrochem. Soc.  132, 1829-1835 (1985).    
  53. Photoelectrochemical Etching of Semiconductors: Wavelength Dependence, R. Tenne, V. Marcu and Y. Prior, Appl. Phys.  A37, 205-209 (1985).                
  54. Ternary Cd(Se,Te) Alloy Semiconductors: Synthesis, Material Characterization and High Efficiency Photoelectrochemical Cells, C. Lévy-Clément, R. Triboulet, J. Rioux, A. Etcheberry, S. Licht and R. Tenne, J. Appl. Phys.  58, 4703-4709 (1985).              
  55. Passivation of Recombination Centers in n-WSe2 Yields High Efficiency (greater than 14 percent) Photoelectrochemical Cell, R. Tenne and A. Wold, Appl. Phys. Lett.  47, 707-709 (1985).
  56. Cation Effects on the Electrochemistry of Anions in Polysulfide Photoelectrochemical Cells, S. Licht, R. Tenne, H. Flaisher and J. Manassen, J. Electrochem. Soc.  133, 52-59 (1986).    
  57. Electrochemical Characterization of Photoetching Products of CdSe, V. Marcu, R. Tenne and I. Rubinstein, J. Electrochem. Soc.  133, 1143-1148 (1986).
  58. Surface Analyses of the CdSe0.65Te0.35/Aqueous Polysulfide Interface in Relation to its Photoelectrochemical Properties, R. Tenne, C. Lévy-Clément and G. Sawatzky, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A.  4, 2470-2476 (1986).     
  59. Photoelectrochemical Etching of n-MoSe2, R. Tenne and A. Wold, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 9, 545-549 (1986).     
  60. Electrochemical Photocapacitance of ZnSe: Effect of Photoelectrochemical  Etching, R. Tenne, R. Haak and R. Triboulet, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem.  91, 597-599 (1987).        
  61. The Hg1-xCdxTe1-ySey System: The Existence Region of the Wurzite Structure, N.Yellin, A. Raizman, A. Shachna, H. Shacham and R. Tenne, Solar Energy Mater.  15, 115-120 (1987).     
  62. Crystallographic Effects on the Photoelectrochemical Etching of CdTe, V. Marcu, R. Tenne and N. Yellin, Appl. Surf. Sci.  28, 429-438 (1987).
  63. Photoluminescence of CdSe: Evidence for Selective Etching of Donor States, R. Tenne, H. Mariette, C. Lévy-Clément and R. Jäger-Waldau, Phys. Rev. B  36, 1204-1207 (1987).
  64. A Light-Variation Insensitive High Efficiency Solar Cell, S. Licht, G. Hodes, R. Tenne and J. Manassen, Nature  326, 863-864 (1987).
  65. Photoelectrochemical Properties of the Dilute Magnetic Semiconductor, Cd0.95Mn0.05Se, R. Tenne, E. Klein and W. Giriat, Solar Energy Mater.  17,  65-72 (1988).
  66. Control of Impurity Concentrations on CdSe Surfaces, R. Tenne, H. Mariette, C. Lévy-Clément and R. Jäger-Waldau, J. Cryst. Growth  86, 826-833 (1988).          
  67. Catalytic Effect of Metal ions on In:SnO2/Aqueous Polysulfide Interface: Application for Polysulfide Based Photoelectrochemical Cells, R. Tenne, M. Braun, R. Braun, W. Kerfin and W. Koschel, Ber. Bunsenges.Phys. Chem. 92, 42-46 (1988).
  68. Passivation of Recombination Centers on WSe2 Surface, D. Mahalu, A. Jakubowicz, A. Wold and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B.  38, 1533-1536 (1988).
  69. Photoelectrochemical Properties of the Cd-rich CdxHg1-xTe alloy, C. Lévy-Clément, R. Triboulet and R. Tenne, Solar Energy Mater.  17, 201-206 (1988).
  70. Photocurrent Oscillations in the Cadmium Telluride Electrolyte Systems, V. Marcu and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. 92, 7089-7092 (1988).                    
  71. Adsorption of Cesium from Sulphide Solutions on II--VI Compounds, M. Peisach, C.A. Rabe, C.A. Pineda, D. Mahalu and R. Tenne, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B  6, 1506-1513 (1988).
  72. Thin Film CdSe: Photoluminescence and Electronic Measurements, R. Jäger-Waldau, N. Stücheli, M. Braun, M. Lux-Steiner, E. Bucher, Tenne, H. Flaisher, W. Kerfin, R. Braun and W. Koschel, J. Appl. Phys.  64, 2601-2607 (1988).
  73. Chemical Modifications of Hg0.1Cd0.9Te Surfaces: Analysis with Auger Electron Spectroscopy, R. Tenne, R. Brener and R. Triboulet, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A  7, 2570-2575 (1989).        
  74. WSe2: Optical and Electrical Properties as Related to Surface Passivation of Recombination Centers, A. Jakubowicz, D. Mahalu, M. Wolf, A. Wold and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B  40, 2992-3000 (1989).
  75. Catalytic Effect of Heavy Metal Ions on the SnO2/Aqueous Polyiodide Interface and its Application to Photoelectrochemical Cells, R. Tenne,  M. Peisach, C.A. Rabe, C.A. Pineda and A. Wold, J. Electroanal. Chem.  269, 389-397 (1989).
  76. On the Kinetics of Charge Transfer Between an Illuminated CdSe Electrode and Polysulfide Electrolyte, P. Allounge, H. Cachet, M. Froment and R. Tenne, J. Electroanal. Chem. 269, 295-304 (1989).
  77. Room-Temperature Absorption Study of CdTe-ZnTe Superlattices, H. Shtrikman, R. Tenne, D. Mahalu and E. Finkman, Appl. Phys. Lett.  55, 553-556 (1989).
  78. Transport and Optical Properties of Low-Resistivity CdSe, R. Tenne, R. Jäger -Waldau,  M. Lux-Steiner, E. Bucher, J. Rioux and C. Lévy-Clément, Phys. Rev. B  42, 1763-1772 (1990).
  79. A New Process for Optical Data Recording by Photoelectrochemical Etching, A. Ryan, C. Lévy-Clément, D. Mahalu and R. Tenne, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem.  94, 671-676 (1990).  
  80. Controlled Photocorrosion of Tungsten Diselenide: Influence of Molecular Oxygen, D. Mahalu, M. Peisach, A. Wold, and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. 94, 8012-8013 (1990).
  81. Primary Reactions in the Photocorrosion of CdSe through Photocapacitance Measurements, P. Allongue and R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc. 138, 261-268 (1991).
  82. Efficiency and Stability Enhancement of n-Si Photoelectrodes in Aqueous Solutions, C. Lévy-Clément, A. Lagoubi, M. Neumann-Spallart, M. Rodot, and R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc. 138, L69-L71 (1991).
  83. Microscopy of Mixed Surfaces on Layered Semiconductors, L. Margulis, D. Mahalu, B.A. Parkinson, and R. Tenne, Scanning Microscopy 5, 953 (1991).
  84. Preparation of WSe2 Surfaces  with High Photoactivity, D.Mahalu, L. Margulis, A. Wold, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B., (Rapid Commun.) 45, 1943-1946 (1992).
  85. Shallow  Donor State Removal via Photoelectrochemical Etching of Cd(Se,Te), E. Galun, G. Hodes, M. Peisach, E. Muranevich, and R. Tenne, J. Crystal Growth  117, 666-671 (1992).
  86. Photoelelectrochemical Etching of Silicon, C. Lévy-Clément, A. Lagoubi, R. Tenne, and M. Neumann-Spallart., Electrochem. Acta 37, 877-888 (1992).
  87. Unusual Photoluminescence of Porous CdS (CdSe), R. Tenne, V. Nabutovsky, E. Lifshitz, and A.F. Francis, Solid State Commu. 82, 651-654 (1992).
  88. Preparation and Microstructure of WS2 Thin Films, M. Genut, L. Margulis, G. Hodes and R. Tenne, Thin Solid Films 217, 91-97 (1992).
  89. Effect of Substrate on Growth of WS2 Thin Films, M. Genut, L. Margulis, R. Tenne and G. Hodes, Thin Solid Films 219, 30-36 (1992).
  90. Photostimulated Gettering of Deep Band-gap Impurities from Semiconductors by Resonance Excitation: Fe from Cd0.98Fe0.02Se, M. Homyonfer, H.-H. Strehblow, W. Giriat, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B 47, 1244-1248 (1993).
  91. Polyhedral and Cylindrical Structures of Tungsten Disulphide, R. Tenne, L. Margulis, M. Genut, and G. Hodes, Nature 360, 444-446 (1992). See also write-up in Scientific American, p. 24, February (1993).
  92. Absorption Tail of Low Resistivity CdSexTe1−x:: Comparison Between Absorption and Quantum Efficiency Measurements, M. Neumann-Spallart, E. Galun, G. Hodes, C. Lévy-Clément, Y. Marfaing, E. Muranevich, and R. Tenne, J. Appl. Phys. 73, 7753-7760 (1993).
  93. Collection Efficiency of Photoexcited Carriers of Electrochemically Etched Surfaces, V.M. Nabutovsky, K. Eherman, and R. Tenne, J. Appl. Phys. 73, 2866-2871 (1993).
  94. Microscopic Phase Stability of the Dilute Magnetic Semi­conductor Cd1-xFexSe, E. Klein, M. Homyonfer, W. Giriat, and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Res. 8, 1348-1352 (1993).
  95. Efficient Electrochemical Reduction of Nitrate to Ammonia Using Conductive Diamond Film Electrodes, R. Tenne, K. Patel, K. Hashimoto, and A. Fujishima, J. Electroanal. Chem. 347, 409-415 (1993).
  96. WSe2/Tungsten-Oxide Interface. Structure and Photoluminescence, R. Tenne, K. Eherman, K. Mahaln, M. Peisach, W. Kautek, A. Wold, R. Matson, and D.H. Waldeck , Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 97, 702-709 (1993).
  97. Nested Fullerene-Like Structures, L. Margulis, G. Salitra, R. Tenne*, and M. Talianker, Nature 365, 113-114 (1993).
  98. Room Temperature Photoluminescence of Photoelectrochemically Etched n-Type Si, E. Galun, A. Lagoubi, R. Tenne, and C. Lévy - Clément, J. Lum. 57, 125-129 (1993).
  99. Nested Polyhedra of MX2 (M=W,Mo;X=S,Se) Probed by High Resolution Electron Microscopy and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, M. Hershfinkel, L.A. Gheber, V. Volterra, J.L. Hutchison, L. Margulis, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 116, 1914-1917 (1994).
  100. Highly Oriented WSe2 Thin Films Prepared by Selenization of Evaporated WO3, G. Salitra, G. Hodes, E. Klein, and R. Tenne, Thin Solid Films 245, 180-185 (1994).
  101. Elastic Equilibrium of Curved Thin Films, D.J. Srolovitz, S.A. Safran, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B 49, 5260 -5270 (1994).
  102. The Microstructure of Titanium-Modified Silica Glass Waveguides Prepared by the Sol-Gel Method, Y. Sorek, R. Reisfeld, and R. Tenne, Chem Phys. Lett. 227, 235-242 (1994).
  103. Efficient Reduction of Nitrite and Nitrate to Ammonia Using Thin-Film B-Doped Diamond Electrodes, C. Reuben, E. Galun, H. Cohen, R. Tenne, R. Kalish, Y. Muraki, K. Hashimoto, A. Fujishima, J.E. Butler, and C. Lévy-Clément, J. Electroanal. Chem. 396, 233-239 (1995).
  104. High-Rate, Gas-Phase Growth of MoS2 Nested Inorganic Fullerenes and Nanotubes, Y. Feldman, E. Wasserman, D.J. Srolovitz, and R. Tenne, Science 267, 222-225 (1995).
  105. Cation Electrolytic Modification of n-WSe2/Aqueous Polyiodide Photoelectrochemistry, S. Licht, N. Myung, R. Tenne and G. Hodes, J. Electrochem. Soc. 142, 840-844 (1995).
  106. Morphology of n-type Macroporous Silicon: Doping Density Dependence, E. Galun, C. Reuben,S. Matlis, R. Tenne, and C. Lévy-Clément, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 4132-4140 (1995).
  107. Morphology of Nested Fullerenes, D.J. Srolovitz, S.A. Safran, M. Homyonfer, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 1779-1782 (1995). 
  108. Crystallization of Layered Metal-Dichalcogenides Films on Amorphous Substrates, E. Galun, H. Cohen, L. Margulis, A. Vilan, T. Tsirlina, M. Hershfinkel, W. Jaegermann, K. Ellmer, G. Hodes, and R. Tenne, Appl. Phys. Lett. 67, 3474-3437 (1995).
  109. TEM study of chirality in MoS2 nanotubes, L. Margulis, P. Dluzewski, Y. Feldman, and R. Tenne, J. Microscopy 181, 68-71 (1996).
  110. Photoelectrochemical Reduction of Carbon Dioxide in Aqueous Solutions on p-GaP Electrodes: an a.c. impedence study with phase-sensitive detection, H. Flaisher, R. Tenne, and M. Halmann, J. Electroanal. Chem. 402, 97-105 (1996).
  111. Characterization of Oriented Thin Films of WSe2 Grown by van der Waals Rheotaxy, R. Tenne, E. Galun, A. Ennaoui, S. Fiechter, K. Ellmer, M. Kunst, Ch. Koelzow, Ch. Pettenkofer, S. Tiefenbacher, R. Scheer, H. Jungblut, and W. Jaegermann, Thin Solid Films 272, 38-42 (1996).
  112. Electrochemical Study of Diamond Thin Films in Neutral and Basic Solutions of Nitrate, F. Bouamrane, A. Tadjeddine, J.E. Butler, R. Tenne, and C. Lévy-Clément, J. Electroanal. Chem. 405, 95-99 (1996).
  113. Bulk Synthesis of Inorganic Fullerene-Like MS2  (M=Mo, W) from the Respective Trioxides and the Reaction Mechanism, Y. Feldman, G.L. Frey, M. Homyonfer, V. Lyakhovitskaya, L. Margulis, H. Cohen, G. Hodes, J.L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 118, 5362-5367 (1996).
  114. Nucleation of WS2 Fullerenes at Room Temperature, L. Margulis, S. Iijima and R. Tenne, Microscopy, Microanalysis, Microstructures 7, 87-89 (1996).
  115. Scanning Tunneling Microscope Induced Crystallization of Fullerene-like MoS2, M. Homyonfer, Y. Mastai, M. Hershfinkel, V. Volterra, J.L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc 118, 7804-7808 (1996).
  116. Highly Textured Films of Layered Metal Disulfide 2H-WS2: Preparation and Optoelectronic Properties, A. Matthäus, A. Ennaoui, S. Fiechter, T. Kiesewetter, K. Diesner, M. Kunst, I. Sieber, W. Jaegermann, T. Tsirlina, and R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc. 144, 1013-1019 (1997).
  117. Surface Modifications: Nanostructures and Nested Polyhedra Generated by Pulsing the STM Tip, M. Hershfinkel, L.A. Gheber, M. Homyonfer, R. Tenne and V. Volterra, Surf. Sci. Rev. 4, 1015-1020 (1997).
  118. Intercalation of Inorganic Fullerene-Like Structures Yields Photosensitive Films and New Tips for Scanning Probe Microscopy, M. Homyonfer, B. Alperson, Yu. Rosenberg, L. Sapir, S.R. Cohen, G. Hodes, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 119, 2693-2698 (1997).
  119. Hollow Nanoparticles of WS2 as Potential Solid-State Lubricants, L. Rapoport, Yu. Bilik, Y. Feldman, M. Homyonfer, S.R. Cohen, and R. Tenne, Nature 387, 791-793 (1997). See also News and Views, Nature 387, 761 (1997). See also, Physics Today 67, February 2014, p.22; DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/PT.3.2273.
  120. Preparation and Characterization of CdS Films Synthesized in Situ in Ziriconia Sol-Gel Matrix, M. Zelner, H. Minti, R. Reisfeld*, H. Cohen, and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater., 9, 2541-2543 (1997).
  121. Electrochemical Deposition of Quantized Particles MoS2 Thin-Films, E.A. Ponomarev, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Tenne, and C. Lévy-Clément, J. Electrochem. Soc. 144, L277-L279 (1997).
  122. Negative Curvature in Inorganic Fullerene-like Structure, M. Homyonfer, Y. Feldman, L. Margulis, and R. Tenne, Fullerene Sci. Tech. 6, 59-66 (1998).
  123. Synthesis and Characterization of Inorganic Fullerene-Like WSe2, T. Tsirlina, Y. Feldman, M. Homyonfer, J. Sloan, J.L. Hutchison and R. Tenne, Fullerene Sci. Tech. 6, 157-165 (1998).
  124. Optical Absorption Spectra of Inorganic Fullerene-Like MS2 (M=Mo, W), G. L. Frey, S. Elani, M. Homyonfer, Y. Feldman, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B 57, 6666-6671 (1998).
  125. Underpotential Deposition of Cu on Boron-Doped Diamond Thin Films, F. Bouamrane, A. Tadjeddine, R. Tenne, J.E. Butler, R. Kalish, C. Lévy-Clément, J. Phys. Chem. 102, 134-140 (1998).
  126. Near Field Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy of Nanoparticles, H. Cohen, T. Maniv, R. Tenne, Y. Rosenfeld-Hacohen, O. Stephan, and C. Colliex, Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 782-785 (1998).
  127. Highly Oriented Photoactive Polycrystalline MoS2 Layers Obtained by Van der Waals Rheotaxy Technqiue from Electrochemically Deposited Thin Films,  E.A. Ponomarev, R. Tenne, A. Katty, and C. Lévy-Clément, Solar Energy Mater. Solar Cells  52, 125-133 (1998).
  128. Stress-Induced Fragmentation of Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes in a Polymer Matrix, H.D. Wagner, O. Lourie, Y. Feldman, R. Tenne, Appl. Phys. Lett. 72, 188-190 (1998).
  129. The Tribological Behavior of Type II Textured MX2 (M=Mo,W;X=S,Se) Films, S.R. Cohen, L. Rapoport, E.A. Ponomarev, H. Cohen, T. Tsirlina, R. Tenne, and C. Lévy-Clément, Thin Solid Films 324, 190-197 (1998).
  130. Kinetics of Nested Inorganic Fullerene-like Nanoparticle Formation, Y. Feldman, V. Lyakhovitskaya, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 120, 4176-4183 (1998).
  131. Optical Properties of MS2 (M=Mo,W) Inorganic Fullerene-Like and Nanotube Material Optical Absorption and Renonance Raman Measurements, G.L. Frey, R. Tenne, M.J. Matthews, M.S. Dresselhaus and G. Dresselhaus, J. Mater. Res. (special issue dedicated to carbon nanotubes) 13, 2412-2417 (1998).
  132. Cage Structures and Nanotubes of NiCl2, Y. Rosenfeld Hacohen, E. Grunbaum, R. Tenne*, J. Sloan, and J.L. Hutchison, Nature 395, 336-337 (1998). See also New Scientist, 26.9.98, p.17.
  133. Defect and Ordered Tungsten Oxides Encapsulated Inside 2H-WX2 (X=S,Se) Fullerene-Related Structures, J. Sloan, J.L. Hutchison, R. Tenne, Y. Feldman, M. Homyonfer, and T. Tsirlina, J. Solid State Chem. 144, 100-117 (1999).
  134. Inorganic Fullerene-like Material as Additives to Lubricants: Structure-Function Relationship, L. Rapoport, Y. Feldman, M. Homyonfer, H. Cohen, J. Sloan, J.L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, Wear 225-229, 975-982 (1999).
  135. Encapsulation of WC Inside 2H-WS2 Inorganic Fullerene Related Cage Structures, A. Rothschild, J. Sloan, A.P.E. York, M. L.H. Green, J.L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 363-364 (1999).
  136. Microtribology and Direct Force Measurements of WS2 Nested Fullerene-Like Nanostructures, Y. Golan, C. Drummond, M. Homyonfer, R. Tenne, and J. Israelachvili, Adv. Mater. 11, 934-937 (1999).
  137. Raman and Resonance Raman Investigation of MoS2 Nanoparticles, G.L. Frey, R. Tenne, M.J. Matthews, M.S. Dresselhaus, G. Dresselhaus, Phys. Rev. B 60, 2883-2892 (1999).
  138. Photoelectrochemical Studies with Inorganic Cage Structures of Metal Dichalcogenides, B. Alperson, M. Homyonfer, R. Tenne, J. Electroanal. Chem. 473, 186-191 (1999).
  139. Nanotribology of Novel Metal Dichalcogenides, S.R. Cohen, Y. Feldman, H. Cohen, and R. Tenne, Appl. Surf. Sci. 144-145, 603-607 (1999).
  140. Synthesis of Bulk WS2 Nanotube Phases, A. Rothschild, G.L. Frey, M. Homyonfer, M. Rappaport and R. Tenne, Mater. Res. Innov. 3, 145-149 (1999).
  141. H. Cohen, T. Maniv, Y. Rosenfeld-Hacohen, R. Tenne, C. Colliex, Comment on "Near-field electron energy loss spectroscopy of nanoparticles" – Reply, Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 659 (1999).
  142. WS2 Nanotubes as Tips in Scanning Probe Microscopy, A. Rothschild, S.R. Cohen and R. Tenne, Appl. Phys. Lett. 75, 4025-4028 (1999).
  143. In Situ Imaging of Shearing Contacts in the Surface Forces Apparatus, Y. Golan, C. Drummond, J. Israelachvili and R. Tenne, Wear 245, 190-195 (2000).
  144. The Growth of WS2 Nanotubes Phases, A. Rothschild, J. Sloan and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 122, 5169-5179 (2000).
  145. Influence of the Electrochemical Deposition Parameters on the Microstructure of MoS2 Thin Films, A. Albu-Yaron, C. Levy-Clement, A. Katty, S. Bastide and R. Tenne, This Solid Films 361, 223-228 (2000).
  146. Study on Preparation, Growth Mechanism and Optoelectronic Properties of Highly Oriented WSe2 Thin Films, T. Tsirlina, V. Lyakhovitskaya, S. Fiechter and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Res. 15, 2636-2646 (2000).
  147. Morphology of Multi-wall WS2 Nanotubes, A. Rothschild, R. Popovitz-Biro, O. Lourie and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. B 104, 8976-8981 (2000).
  148. Growth Mechanism of MoS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles by the Gas Phase Synthesis, A. Zak, Y. Feldman, V. Alperovich, R. Rosentsveig, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 122, 11108-11116 (2000).    
  149. New Reactor for Production of Tungsten Disulfide Onion-Like (Inorganic Fullerene-Like) Nanoparticles, Y. Feldman, A. Zak, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Solid State Sci. 2, 663-672 (2000).
  150. Preparation and Characterization of CdTe Nanoparticles in Ziriconia Films Prepared by the Sol-Gel Method, M. Zelner, H. Minti and R.Reisfeld, H. Cohen, Y. Feldman, S.R. Cohen and R. Tenne, J. Sol Gel Sci Tech. 20, 153-160 (2001).
  151. Slow Release of Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles as a Superior Solid Lubrication Mechanism in Composite Matrices, L. Rapoport, M. Lvovsky, I. Lapsker, V. Leshchinsky, Yu Volovik, Y. Feldman, A. Zak, and R. Tenne, Adv. Eng. Mater. 3, 71-75 (2001).
  152. Friction and Wear of Bronze Powder Composites Including Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, M. Lvovsky, I. Lapsker, V. Leshchinsky, Yu Volovik, Y. Feldman, and R. Tenne, Wear 249, 149-156 (2001).
  153. Nanoparticles of CdCl2 with Closed Cage Structure, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Twersky, Y. Rosenfeld Hacohen and R. Tenne, Isr. J. Chem. 41, 7-14 (2001).
  154. Slow Release of Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles from Fe-Ni-Graphite Matrix: a Self-Lubricating Nanocomposite, L. Rapoport, M. Lvovsky, I. Lapsker, V. Leshchinsky, Yu Volovik, Y. Feldman, A. Margolin, R. Rosentsveig and R. Tenne, NanoLett. 1, 137-140 (2001).
  155. Microtribology and Friction-Induced Material Transfer in WS2 Nanoparticle Additives, C. Drummond, N.A. Alcantar, J. Israelachvili, R. Tenne, and Y. Golan, Adv. Funct. Mater. 11, 348-354 (2001).
  156. Diamond/CdTe: a new inverted heterojunction CdTe thin film solar cell, P. von Huth, J.E. Butler and R. Tenne, Solar Energ. Mater. Solar Cells  69, 381-388 (2001).
  157. Investigation of the Nonstoichimetric Tungsten Oxide Nanoparticles, G.L. Frey, A. Rothschild, J. Sloan, R. Rosenstveig, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, J. Sol. State Chem., 162, 300-314 (2001).
  158. Experimental Evidence of Surface Modes Coupling in Anisotropic Hollow Nanoparticles, M. Kociak, O. Stephan, L. Henrard, V. Charbois, A. Rothschild, R. Tenne, and C. Colliex, Phys. Rev. Lett  87, 075501-1-4 (2001).
  159. The Effect of a Substrate’s Topography on the Local Electronic Structure of WS2 Nanotubes, O. Tal, M. Remskar, R. Tenne, and G. Haase, Chem. Phys. Lett.  344, 434-440 (2001).
  160. Load Bearing Capacity of Bronze, Iron and Iron-Nickel Powder Composites Containing Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinsky, M. Lvovsky, I. Lapsker, Yu Volovik, and R. Tenne, Tribology Intl. 35, 47-53 (2002).
  161. The Inverted  p-Diamond/n-CdTe Heterojunction Solar Cell, P. von Huth, J.E. Butler, W. Jaegermann, and R. Tenne, J. Electrochem. Soc. 149, G55-G62 (2002).
  162. WS2 Nanotube Bundles and Foils, R. Rosentsveig, A. Margolin, Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater. 14, 471-473 (2002).
  163. Alkali Metal Intercalation of Fullerene-Like MS2 (M=W,Mo) Nanoparticles and their Properties, A. Zak, Y. Feldman, H. Cohen, V. Lyakhovitskaya, G. Leitus, R. Popovitz-Biro, S. Reich, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 124, 4747-4758 (2002).
  164. Stability of Metal Chalcogenide Nanotubes, G. Seifert, Th. Köhller, and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. B  106, 2497-2501 (2002).
  165. Friction and Wear of Powdered Composites Impregnated with WS2 Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinsky, M. Lvovsky, O. Nepomnyashchy, Yu Volovik, and R. Tenne, Wear 252, 518-527 (2002).
  166. Equilibrium Structure of Mulitlayer van der Waals Films and Nanotubes, M. I. Mendelev and D. J. Srolovitz. S.A. Safran and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B, 65, 075402-075414 (2002).
  167. Self-Lubricating Bearing Composites Impregnated with WS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, V. Leshchinsky, E. Alyoshina, M. Lvovsky, Y. Volovik, R. Tenne, and L. Rapoport, Int. J. Powder Metallurgy 38, 50-57 (2002).
  168. Synthesis of NbS2 Nanoparticles with (Nested) Fullerene-Like Structure (IF), C. Schuffenhauer, R. Popovitz-Biro, and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 12, 1587-1591 (2002).
  169. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study of WS2 Nanotubes, L. Scheffer, R. Rosentsveig, A. Margolin, R. Popovitz-Biro, G. Seifert, S.R. Cohen and R. Tenne, PhysChemChemPhys 4, 2095-2098 (2002).
  170. Vapor-Liquid-Solid (VLS) Growth of NiCl2 Nanotubes via Reactive Gas Laser Ablation, Y. Rosenfeld Hacohen, R. Popovitz-Biro, E. Grunbaum, Y. Prior, and R. Tenne, Adv. Mater. 14, 1075-1078 (2002).
  171. Raman Scattering from the Peroxide Ion in Cs2O2, T. Livneh, A. Band and R. Tenne, J. Raman Spect., 33, 675-676 (2002).
  172. Mechanisms of Ultra-Low Friction by Hollow Inorganic Fullerene-like MoS2 Nanoparticles, L. Cizaire, B. Vacher, T. Le-Mogne, J.M. Martin, L. Rapoport, A. Margolin, and R. Tenne, Surf.& Coat. Technol. 160, 282-287 (2002).
  173. Wear and Friction of Ni-P Electroless Composite Coating Including Inorganic Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, W. X. Chen,Z. D. Xu, R. Tenne, R. Rosenstveig, W. L. Chen,H. Y. Gan, J. P. Tu, Adv. Eng. Mater. 4, 686-690 (2002).
  174. Preparation and Tribological Properties of Ni-P Electroless Composite Coating Containing Inorganic Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanomaterials, W.X. Chen, Z.D. Xu, J.P. Tu, W.L. Chen, J.G. Wang, D.H. Cheng, J.B. Xia, H.Y. Gan, Y.X. Jin, X.C. Ma, R. Tenne and R. Rosentsveig, Acta Chemica Sinica (in Chinese) 60, 1722-1726 (2002).
  175. Mechanism of Friction of Fullerenes, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinsky, M. Lvovsky, O. Nepomnyashchy, Y. Volovik, and R. Tenne, Ind. Lubr. Tribol. 54, 171-176 (2002).
  176. Modification of Contact Surfaces by Fullerene-like Solid Lubricant Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinscky, Yu. Volovik, M. Lvovsky, O. Nepomnyashchy, Y. Feldman, R. Popovith-Biro, and R. Tenne, Surf. & Coat. Technol. 163-164, 405-412 (2003).
  177. Characterization of Nested Hollow Inorganic Fullerene-like Tungsten Disulfide Nanoparticles Prepared by Solid-Gas Reaction, W.X. Chen, Z.D. XU, J. P. Tu, R. Rosenstveig, R Tenne, Chinese Chem. Lett. 14, 312  (2003).
  178. Shock-wave resistance of WS2 nanotubes, Y.Q. Zhu, T. Sekine, K.S. Brigatti, S. Firth, R, Tenne, R. Rosentsveig, H.W. Kroto, and D.R.M. Walton, J. Am. Chem. Soc 125, 1329-1333 (2003).
  179. Tribological Properties of WS2 Nanoparticles under Mixed Lubrication, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinsky, I. Lapsker, Yu Volovik, M. Lvovsky, R. Popovitz-Biro, Y. Feldman and R. Tenne, Wear 255, 785-793 (2003).
  180. Superior Tribological Properties of Powder Materials with Solid Lubricant Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinsky, M. Lvovsky, I. Lapsker, Yu Volovik, Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro, and R. Tenne, Wear 255, 794-800 (2003).
  181. Synthesis of NiCl2 Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Structures by Laser Ablation, Y. Rosenfeld Hacohen, R. Popovitz-Biro, Yehiam Prior, S. Gemming, G. Seifert, and R. Tenne, Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys. 5, 1644-1651 (2003).
  182. CdI2 Nanoparticles with Closed-Cage (Fullerene-Like) Structures, R. Popovitz-Biro, N. Sallacan, and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 13, 1631-1634 (2003).
  183. Use of Functionalized WS2 Nanotubes to Produce New Polystyrene/Polymethylmethacrylate Nanocomposites, W. Zhang, S. Ge, Y. Wang, M.H. Rafailovich, O. Dhez, D.A. Winesett, H. Ade, Kurikka V.P.M. Shafi, A. Ulman, R. Popovitz-Biro, R. Tenne, J. Sokolov, Polymer  44, 2109-2115 (2003).
  184. Evidences for Dry Deintercalation in Layered Compounds upon Controlled Surface Charging in X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Y. Feldman, A. Zak, R. Tenne and H. Cohen, J. Vac. Sci. Tech. A  21, 1752-1758 (2003).
  185. Synthesis of SnS2/SnS Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles: a Superlattice with Polyhedral Shape, S.Y. Hong, R. Popovitz-Biro, Y. Prior and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 125, 10470-10474 (2003).
  186. Nanoparticles of CdI2 with Closed Cage Structures Obtained via Electron Beam Irradiation, N. Sallacan, R. Popovitz-Biro, and R. Tenne, Solid State Sci. 5, 905-908 (2003).
  187. Mechanical Behavior of Individual WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, K. Gartsman, R. Rosentsveig, G. Seifert, and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Res. 19, 454-459 (2004).
  188. Polymer Nanocomposites with Fullerene-Like Solid Lubricant, L. Rapoport, O. Nepomnyashchy, R. Popovitz-Biro, Yu Volovik, B. Ittah, and R. Tenne, Adv. Eng. Mater. 6, 44-48 (2004).
  189. The Effect of WS2 Nanoparticles on Friction Reduction in Various Lubrication Regimes., R. Greenberg, G. Halperin, I. Etsion, and R. Tenne, Tribology Lett. 17, 179-186 (2004).
  190. Study of the Growth Mechanism of WS2 Nanotubes Produced by the Fluidized Bed Reactor, A. Margolin, R. Rosentsveig, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 14, 617-624 (2004).
  191. Nanoparticles Produced by Laser Ablation of HfSin Liquid Medium: Inorganic Fullerene-Like Structures of Hf2S, M. Nath, C.N.R. Rao, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater. 16, 2238-2243 (2004).
  192. How Stable are Inorganic Fullerene-Like Particles?–Thermal Analysis (STA) of Inorganic Fullerene-Like NbS2, MoS2, and WS2 in Oxidizing and Inert Atmosphere in Comparison with the Bulk Material, C. Schuffenhauer, G. Wildermuth, J. Felsche, and R. Tenne, PhysChemChemPhys 6, 3991-4002 (2004).
  193. Behavior of Solid Lubricant Nanoparticles under Compression, V. Leshchinsky, R. Popovitz-Biro, K. Gartsman, A. Verdyan, Yu. Rosenberg, R. Tenne, L. Rapoport, J. Mater. Sci. 39, 4119-4129 (2004).
  194. Characterization of Oxides of Cesium, A. Band, A. Albu-Yaron, T. Livneh, H. Cohen, Y. Feldman, L. Shimon, R. Popovitz-Biro, V. Lyahovitskaya, and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. B 108, 12360-12367 (2004).
  195. Electron Microscopy, Spectroscopy and First Principles Calculations of Cs2O, S. Gemming, G. Seifert, C. Mühle, M. Jansen, A. Albu-Yaron, T. Arad, and R. Tenne, J. Solid State Chem 178, 1190-1196 (2005).
  196. Friction and Wear of Fullerene-Like WS2 under Severe Contact Conditions: Friction of Ceramic Materials, L. Rapoport, O. Nepomnyashchy, I. Lapsker, A.Verdyan, Y. Soifer, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Tribol. Lett. 19, 143-149 (2005).
  197. Preparation and Structural Characterization of Stable Cs2O Closed-Cage Structures, A. Albu-Yaron, T. Arad, R. Popovitz-Biro, M. Bar-Sadan, Yehiam Prior, M. Jansen and R. Tenne, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 44, 4169-4172 (2005).
  198. Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles of Titanium Disulfide, A. Margolin, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, A. Moshkovith, L. Rapoport, and R. Tenne, Current Nanoscience 1, 253-262 (2005).
  199. Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles of TiS2, A. Margolin, R Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, A. Moshkovith, L. Rapoport, and R. Tenne, Chem. Phys. Lett. 411, 162-166 (2005).
  200. Behavior of Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles Under Severe Contact Conditions, L. Rapoport, O. Nepomnyashchy, I. Lapsker, A. Verdyan, A. Moshkovith, Y. Feldman, R. Tenne, Wear  259 703-707 (2005).
  201. Synthesis of Fullerene-Like Tantalum Disulfide Nanoparticles by Gas Phase Reaction and Laser Ablation, C. Schuffenhauer, B.A. Parkinson, N.Y. Jin-Phillip, M. Rühle, L. Joly-Pottuz, J.-M. Martin, R. Popovitz-Biro, and R. Tenne, Small  1, 1100-1109 (2005).
  202. Nanowire Acting as a Superconducting Quantum Interference Device, A. Johansson, G. Sambandamurthy, D. Shahar, N.-L. Jacobson, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. Lett95,  No. 116805 (2005).
  203. Orientation Dependence of the Polarizability of an Indvidual WS2 Nanotube by Resonant Raman Spectroscopy, P.M. Rafailov, C. Thomsen, K. Gartsman, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B  72, No. 205436 (2005).
  204. Shock-Absorbing and Failure Mechanism of WS2 and MoS2 Nanoparticles with Fullerene-Like Structure Under Shockwave Pressures, Y.Q. Zhu, T. Sekine, Y.H. Li, M.W. Fay, Y.M. Zhao, C.H. Patrick Poa, W.X. Wang, R Martin, P.D. Brown, N. Fleischer, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 127 16263-16272 (2005).
  205. WS2 and MoS2 Inorganic Fullerenes: Super Shock Absorber at Very High Pressures, Y.Q. Zhu, T. Sekine, Y. H. Li, M. Fay, W. X. Wang, H. Edwards, P.D. Brown, N. Fleischer and R. Tenne, Adv. Mater., 17, 1500-1503 (2005). See also, Composites in Armor, P.J. Hogg, Science (Perspective Sec.) 314, 1100 (2006).
  206. On the Mechanical Behavior of WS2 Nanotubes Under Axial Tension and Compression, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, K. Gartsman, V. Ivanovskaya, T. Heine, G. Seifert, I. Wiesel, H.D. Wagner and R. Tenne, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 103, 523-528 (2006).
  207. Dynamics of Bulk vs. Nanoscale WS2: Local Strain and Charging Effects, R.D. Luttrell, S. Brown, J. Cao, J.L. Musfeldt, R. Rosentsveig, and R. Tenne, Phys. Rev. B 73, No. 035410 (2006).
  208. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Fullerene‑Like WS2, A. M. Panich, F. Kopnov and R. Tenne, J. Nanosci. Nanotech. 6, 1678-1683 (2006).
  209. Self-Lubricating Coatings Containing Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles for Orthodontic Wires and Other Possible Medical Applications, A. Katz, M. Redlich, L. Rapoport, H.D. Wagner and R. Tenne, Tribol. Lett. 21, 135-139 (2006).
  210. Transport Properties of Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, F. Kopnov, A. Yoffe, G. Leitus, and R. Tenne, Phys. Stat. Solidi B  243, 1229-1240 (2006).
  211. A New Way to Feed Nanoparticles to Friction Interfaces, V. Perfiliev, A. Moshkovith, A. Verdyan, R. Tenne, and L. Rapoport, Tribol. Lett. 21, 89-93 (2006).
  212. A Simple Hydrothermal Method for the Growth of Bi2Se3 Nanorods J. R. Ota, P. Roy , S.K. Srivastava, R. Popovitz-Biroand R. Tenne, Nanotechnology, 17 1700-1705 (2006).
  213. Observation of Current Reversal in the Scanning Tunneling Spectra of Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, D. Azulay, F. Kopnov, R. Tenne, I. Balberg and O. Millo, NanoLett. 6, 760-764 (2006).
  214. Closed-Cage (Fullerene-Like) Structures of NiBr2, M. Bar-Sadan,R. Popovitz-Biro, Yehiam Prior and R. Tenne, Mater. Res. Bull. 41, 2137-2146 (2006).
  215. Synthesis of Fullerene-Like Cs2O Nanoparticles by Concentrated Sunlight, A. Albu-Yaron, T. Arad, R. Tenne, M. Levy, R. Popovitz-Biro, J.M. Gordon, D. Feuermann, E.A. Katz, M. Jansen and C. Mühle, Adv. Mater. 18, 2993- 2996 (2006).
  216. MoS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles and Nanotubes Using Gas Phase Reaction with MoCl5, F.L. Deepak, A. Margolin, M. Bar-Sadan, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Nano 1, 167-180 (2006).
  217. Structure and Stability of Molybdenum Sulfide Fullerenes, M. Bar-Sadan, A.N. Enyashin, S. Gemming, R. Popovitz-Biro, S.Y. Hong, Yehiam Prior, G. Seifert and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. B 110, 25399-25410 (2006).
  218. Sedimentation of IF-WS2 Aggregates and a Reproducibility of the Tribological Data, A. Moshkovith,V. Perfiliev, A. Verdyan, R. Popovitz-Biro, R. Tenne, L. Rapoport, Tribol. Int. 40, 117-124 (2007).
  219. Structure and Stability of Molybdenum Sulfide Fullerenes, A.N. Enyashin, S. Gemming, M. Bar-Sadan, R. Popovitz-Biro, S.Y. Hong, Y. Prior, R. Tenne, and G. Seifert, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 46, 623-627 (2007). See also highlight by Chem. & Eng. News, 22.1.07 issue, 5, 36 (2007).
  220. Fabrication of Self-Lubricating Cobalt Coatings on Metal Surfaces, H. Friedman, O. Eidelman, Y. Feldman, A. Moshkovith, V. Perfiliev, L. Rapoport, A. Yoffe and R. Tenne, Nanotechnol. 18, 115703 (2007).
  221. Microscopic Investigation of Shear in Multiwalled Nanotube Deformation, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, Y. Wang, G. Seifert, H.D. Wagner,  and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. C, 111, 8432-8436 (2007).
  222. Characterization of Geoinspired and Synthetic Chrysotile Nanotubes by Atomic Force Microscopy and Transmission Electron Microscopy, S. Piperno, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, R. Popovitz-Biro, D.H. Wagner, R. Tenne, E. Foresti, I.G. Lesci, and N. Roveri, Adv. Funct. Mater., 17, 3332-3338 (2007).
  223. Bulk vs. Nanoscale WS2: Finite Size Effects and Solid State Lubrication, S. Brown, J.L. Musfeldt, I. Mihut, J.B. Betts, A. Migliori, A. Zak, and R. Tenne, NanoLett. 7, 2365-2369 (2007).
  224. On the Efficacy of IF-WS2 Nanoparticles as Solid Lubricant:  The Effect of the Loading Scheme, L. Rapoport, A. Moshkovith, V. Perfilyev, and R.Tenne, Tribol .Lett. 28, 81-87 (2007).
  225. Fullerene-Like (IF) NbxMo1-xS2 Nanoparticles, F.L. Deepak, H. Cohen, S.R.  Cohen,Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro, D. Azulay, O. Millo, and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129, 12549-12562 (2007).
  226. Singular MoS2, SiO2 and Si Nanostructures- Synthesis by Solar Ablation, J.M. Gordon, E.A. Katz, D. Feuermann, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Levy and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 18, 458-462 (2008).
  227. Fullerene-Like (IF) WS2 Nanoparticles and Nanotubes by the Vapor-Phase Synthesis of WCln and H2S, A. Margolin, F. L. Deepak, R. Popovitz-Biro, M. Bar-Sadan, Y. Feldman, and R. Tenne, Nanotechnol.19, 095601 (2008).
  228. Toward Atomic-Scale Bright-Field Electron Tomography for the Study of Fullerene-Like Nanostructures, M. Bar-Sadan, L. Houben, S.G. Wolf, A. Enyashin, G. Seifert, R. Tenne, and K. Urban, NanoLett. 8, 891-896 (2008).  See also Highlight by Nature Mater. 7, 169 (2008).
  229. Intercalation of Alkali Metal in WS2 Nanoparticles, revisited, F. Kopnov, Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Vilan, H. Cohen, A. Zak and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater. 20, 4099-4105 (2008).
  230. Improved Orthodontic Stainless Steel Wires Coated with Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles of WS2 Impregnated in Electroless Nickel-Phosphorous Film, M. Redlich, A. Katz, L. Rapoport, HD. Wagner, Y. Feldman and R. Tenne, Dental Mater. 24, 1640-1646 (2008).
  231. X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Tribological Studies of Annealed Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, B. Späth, F. Kopnov, H. Cohen, A. Zak, A. Moshkovith, L. Rapoport, W. Jeagermann and R. Tenne, Phys. Stat. Solid. B  245, 1779-1784 (2008).
  232. In Situ TEM Measurements of the Mechanical Properties and Behavior of WS2 Nanotubes, M.S. Wang, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, X.L. Wei, R. Rosentsveig, H.D. Wagner, S.R. Cohen,  R. Tenne, and L.-M. Peng, Nano Res. 1, 22-31 (2008).
  233. Atom by Atom: HRTEM Insights into Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Structures, M. Bar-Sadan, L. Houben, A. Enyashin, G. Seifert, and R.Tenne, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci 105, 15643-15648 (2008); Feature article & Cover page.
  234. Reactive and Non-Reactive Interactions of Thiophene with WS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles: an Ultra-High Vacuum Surface Chemistry Study, J. Goering, U. Burghaus, B.W. Bruce, O. Eidelman, A. Zak, R. Tenne, Catal. Lett. 125, 236-242 (2008).
  235. Friction Reduction and Wear Resistance of Electro-Co-deposited Inorganic Fullerene-like WS2 Coating for Improved Orthodontic Stainless Steel Wires, M. Redlich,  A. Gorodnev, Y. Feldmean,  I. Kaplan-Ashiri, R. Tenne, N. Fleischer, M. Genut and N. Feuerstein, J. Mater. Res. 23, 2909-2915 (2008).
  236. ZnO Nanowire and WS2 Nanotube Electronics, H.E. Unalan, Y. Yang, Y. Zhang, P. Hiralal, D. Kuo, S. Dalal, T. Butler, S.N. Cha, J.E. Jang, K. Chremmou, G. Lentaris, D. Wei, R. Rosentsveig, K. Suzuki, H. Matsumoto, M. Minagawa, Y. Hayashi, M. Chhwoalla, A. Tanioka, W.I. Milne, R. Tenne, and G.A.J. Amaratunga, IEEE Trans.Elect.Dev. 55, 2988-3000 (2008).
  237. Torsional Stick-Slip Behavior in WS2 Nanotubes, K.S. Nagapriya, O. Goldbart, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, G. Seifert, R. Tenne and E. Joselevich, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 195501 (2008).
  238. Core-Shell PbI2@WS2 Nanotubes from Capillary Wetting, R. Kreizman, S.-Y. Hong, J. Sloan, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, G. Tobias, B. Ballesteros, B.G. Davis, M.L.H. Green, and R. Tenne, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 48, 1230-1233 (2009). Highlight of the issue. Among most accessed articles 08-09 of the journal http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/26737/home/2002_mostaccessed_all.html.
  239. Toughening of Epoxy Adhesives by Nanoparticles, A. Buchman, H. Dodiuk-Kenig, A. Dotan, R. Tenne and S. Kenig, J. Adhesion Sci. Tech. 23, 753-768 (2009).
  240. Synthesis of Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles and Their Tribological Behavior, R. Rosentsveig, A. Margolin, A. Gorodnev, R. Popovitz-Biro, Y. Feldman. L. Rapoport, G.R. Samorodnitzky-Naveh, and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 19, 4368-4374 (2009).
  241. Insight into the Growth Mechanism of WS2 Nanotubes in the Scaled-Up Fluidized Bed Reactor, A. Zak, L. Sallacan-Ecker, A. Margolin, M. Genut and R. Tenne, Nano 4, 91-98 (2009).
  242. Synthesis of WS2 and MoS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles from Solid Precursors, I. Wiesel, H. Arbel, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Popovitz-Biro, J.M. Gordon, D. Feuermann and R. Tenne, Nano Res. 2, 416-424 (2009).
  243. Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles and Their Tribological Behavior, R. Rosentsveig, R. Tenne, A. Gorodnev, N. Feuerstein, H. Friedman, N. Fleischer, J. Tannous and F. Dassenoy, Tribology Lett36, 175-182 (2009).
  244. A Magnetic Resonance Study of MoS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, A. M. Panich, A. I. Shames, R. Rosentsveig, R. Tenne, J. Phys. Cond. Matt. 21, 395301 (2009).
  245. The Effect of Tungsten Sulfide Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles on the Toughness of Epoxy Adhesives, M. Shneider, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig and R Tenne, J. Adh. Sci. &  Technol. 24, 1083-1095 (2010).
  246. Surface Functionalization of WS2 Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, C. Shahar, D. Zbaida, L. Rapoport, H. Cohen, T. Bendikov, J. Tannous, F. Dassenoy, and R. Tenne, Langmuir 26, 4409-4414 (2010).
  247. Gold Nanoparticles as Surface Defect Probes for WS2 Nanostructures, C. Shahar, R. Levi, S.R. Cohen and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 1, 540-543 (2010).
  248. Synthesis and Characterization of WS2 Inorganic Nanotubes with Encapsulated/Intercalated CsI, S.Y. Hong,R. Popovitz-Biro, G. Tobias,B. Ballesteros, B.G. Davis, M.L.H. Green,and R. Tenne, Nano Research 3, 170-173 (2010).
  249. Towards Medical Applications of Self-Lubricating Coatings with Fullerene-Like (IF) WS2 Nanoparticles, G. Naveh, M. Redlich, A. Katz, A.R. Adini, A. Gorodnev, L. Rapoport, A. Moshkovith, S.R. Cohen, R. Rosentsveig, J. Moshonov, B. Shay, and R. Tenne, J. Nano Biomater. 3, 140-152 (2010).
  250. Inorganic Fullerene-Like Tungsten Disulphide Nanocoating for Friction Reduction of Nickel-Titanium Alloys, G.R. Samorodnitzky-Naveh, M. Redlich, L. Rapoport, Y. Feldman and Tenne R, Nanomedicine 4, 943-950 (2009).
  251. Synthesis of Core-Shell Inorganic Nanotubes, R. Kreizman, A.N. Enyashin, F.L. Deepak, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Popovitz-Biro, G. Seifert and R. Tenne, Adv. Funct. Mater. 20, 2459-2468 (2010). See highlight in ACS Nano 4, 5517 (2010).
  252. The Effect of WS2 Nanotubes on the Properties of Epoxy-Based Nanocomposites, E. Zohar, S. Baruch, M. Shneider, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig, R. Tenne and H.D. Wagner, J. Adh. Sci. &  Technol. 25, 1603-1617 (2011).
  253. Hollow V2O5 Nanoparticles (Fullerene-Like Analogues) Prepared by Pulsed Laser Ablation, R. Levi , M. Bar-Sadan, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Popovitz-Biro, L. Houben, C. Shahar, A. Enyashin, G. Seifert, Yehiam Prior and R. Tenne, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 11214-11222 (2010).
  254. Nanocompression of Individual Multilayered Polyhedral Nanoparticles, O. Tevet, O. Goldbart, D.H. Wagner, S.R. Cohen, R. Rosentzveig, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Nanotechnology 21 365705 (2010).
  255. MoS2 Hybrid Nanostructures: From Octahedral to Quasi-Spherical Shells Within Individual Nanoparticles, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Levy, R. Tenne*, R. Popovitz-Biro, M. Weidenbach, M. Bar-Sadan, L. Houben, A.N. Enyashin, G. Seifert, D. Feuermann, E.A. Katz and J.M. Gordon*, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 50, 1810-1814 (2011)
  256. Biocompatible Inorganic Fullerene-Like Molybdenum Disulfide Nanoparticles Produced by Pulsed Laser Ablation in Water, H. Wu, R. Yang, B. Song, Q. Han, J. Li, Y. Zhang, Y. Fang, R. Tenne and C. Wang, ACS Nano 5, 1276-1281 (2011).
  257. Scaling Up of the WS2 Nanotubes Synthesis, A. Zak, L. Sallacan-Ecker, A. Margolin, Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Genut and R. Tenne, Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures 19, 18-26 (2011).
  258. Alleviating Incidental and Fatigue-Related Failure of NiTi Root Canal Files by Self-Lubricating Coatings, A.R. Adini, Y. Feldman, S.R. Cohen, L. Rapoport, A. Moshkovith, M. Redlich, Y. Moshonov, B. Shay and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Res. 26, 1234-1242 (2011).
  259. The Use of Functionalized Nanoparticles as Non-Specific Compatibilizers for Polymer Blends, W. Zhang, M. Lin, A. Winesett, O. Dhez, A.LD. Kilcoyne, H. Ade, M. Rubinstein, K.V.P.M. Shafi, A. Ulman, D. Gersappe, R. Tenne, M. Rafailovich, J. Sokolov and H. L. Frisch, Polym. Adv. Technol. 22 65-71 (2011).
  260. Chromium-Rich Coatings with WS2 Nanoparticles Containing Fullerene-Like Structure, O. Eidelman, H. Friedman, R. Rosentsveig, A. Moshkovith, V. Perfiliev, S.R. Cohen, Y. Feldman, L. Rapoport and R. Tenne, Nano, 6, 313-324 (2011).
  261. The Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Epoxy Nanocomposites with WS2 Nanotubes, E. Zohar, S. Baruch, M. Shneider, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig, H.D. Wagner, A. Zak, A. Moshkovith, L. Rapoport and R. Tenne, J. Sensors& Transducers 12, 53-65 (2011).
  262. Large-Scale Synthesis of WS2 Multiwall Nanotubes and their Dispersion, an Update, A. Zak, L. Sallacan Ecker, R. Efrati, L. Drangai, N. Fleischer and R. Tenne, J. Sensors& Transducers 12, 1-10 (2011).
  263. Synthesis of Copious Amounts of SnS2 and SnS2/SnS Nanotubes with Ordered Superstructures, G. Radovsky, R. Popovitz-Biro, M. Staiger, K. Gartsman, C. Thomsen, T. Lorenz, G. Seifert and R. Tenne, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 50, 12316-12320 (2011).
  264. Friction Mechanism of Individual Multilayered Nanoparticles, O. Tevet, P. Von-Hute, R. Popovitz-Biro, R. Rosentsveig, H. D. Wagner and R. Tenne, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 108, 19901-19906 (2011); Highlight by Nano Today 7, 1-5 (2012).
  265. High Lubricity of Re-Doped Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, A. Moshkovich, V. Perfiliev, A. Laikhtman, I. Lapsker, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig and R. Tenne, Trib. Lett. 45, 257-264 (2012).
  266. Controlled Doping of MS2 (M=W, Mo) Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, G. Leitus, A. Albu-Yaron, A. Moshkovith, V. Perfilyev, R. Vasic, A. I. Frenkel, A.N. Enyashin, G. Seifert, L. Rapoport  and R. Tenne, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 51, 1148-1151(2012).
  267. New Route for Stabilization of 1T-WS2 and MoS2 Phases, A.N. Enyashin, L. Yadgarov, L. Houben, I. Popov, M. Weidenbach, R. Tenne, M. Bar-Sadan and G. Seifert, J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 24586-24591 (2011).
  268. Synthesis and Characterization of WS2 Nanotube Supported Cobalt Catalyst for Hydrodesulfurization, Y. Tsverin, R. Popovitz-Biro, Y. Feldman, R. Tenne, M. Komarneni, Z. Yu, A. Chakradhar, A. Sand and U. Burghaus, Mater. Res. Bull. 47, 1653-1660 (2012).
  269. Semiconductor Quantum Dot -Inorganic Nanotube Hybrids, R. Kreizman, O. Schwartz, Z. Deutsch, S. Itzhakov, A. Zak, S.R. Cohen, R. Tenne and D. Oron, Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys. 14, 4271-4275 (2012).
  270. High-Performance Photodetectors for Visible and Near-Infrared Lights Based on Individual WS2 Nanotubes,  C. Zhang, S. Wang, L. Yang, Y. Liu,  T. Xu, Z. Ning, A. Zak, Z. Zhang, R. Tenne and Q. Chen, Appl. Phys. Lett. 100, 243101 (2012).
  271. Study of Tubular Structures of the Misfit Layered Compound SnS2/SnS, G. Radovsky, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater. 24, 3004-3015 (2012).
  272. Photocatalytic Properties of WS2 Nanotubes Coated with Cobalt Nanoparticles, Y. Tsverin, T. Livneh, I. Pinkas and R. Tenne, Nanomater. & Energ. 2, 27-36 (2013).
  273. Characterization of Ni Coated WS2 Nanotubes for Hydrodesulfurization Catalysis, M.R. Komarneni, Z. Yu, U. Burghaus, Y. Tsverin, A. Zak, Y. Feldman and R. Tenne, Isr. J. Chem. 52, 1053-1062 (2012).
  274. New High-Temperature Pb-Catalyzed Synthesis of Inorganic Nanotubes, O. Brontvein, D.G. Stroppa, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Levy, D. Feuerman, L. Houben, R. Tenne* and J.M. Gordon, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134, 16379-16386 (2012); Spotlight of issue 43 in JACS (Dec. 2012).
  275. Investigation of Rhenium Doped MoS2 Nanoparticles with Fullerene-Like Structure (IF-MoS2), L. Yadgarov, D.G. Stroppa, R. Rosentsveig, R. Ron, A.N. Enyashin,  L. Houben and R. Tenne, Zeitschrift für Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie-ZAAC 638, 2610-2616 (2012).
  276. Electrical Transport Properties of Individual WS2 Nanotubes and their Dependence on Water and Oxygen Absorption, C. Zhang, Z. Ning, Y. Liu, T. Xu, Y. Guo, A. Zak, Z. Zhang, S. Wang, R. Tenne and Q. Chen, Appl. Phys. Lett. 101, 113112 (2012).
  277. Self-Healing of Bended WS2 Nanotubes in Structure and in Properties, T. Xu, Q. Chen, C. Zhang, K. Ran, J. Wang, R. Rosentsveig and R. Tenne, Nanoscale 4, 7825-7831 (2012).
  278. Tribological Studies of Rhenium Doped Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles in Boundary, Mixed and Elasto-Hydrodynamic Lubrication Conditions, L. Yadgarov, V. Petrone, R. Rosentsveig, Y. Feldman, R. Tenne and A. Senatore, Wear  297, 1103-1110 (2013). Highly cited paper 2013-2016 (Wear)
  279. Nanoinduced Morphology and Enhanced Properties of Epoxy Containing Tungsten Disulfide Nanoparticles, M. Shneider, H. Dodiuk, R. Tenne and S. Kenig, Polym. Eng. & Sci. 2625- 2632 (2013). DOI 10.1002/pen.23517.
  280. Encapsulation of Mo2C in MoS2 Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles and Nanotubes, I. Wiesel, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Nanoscale 5, 1499-1502 (2013).
  281. Revealing the Anomalous Tensile Properties of WS2 Nanotubes by in situ Transmission Electron Microscopy, D.-M. Tang, C. Nethravathi, X. Wei, M.-S. Wang, N. Kawamoto, Y. Bando, M. Mitome, A. Zak, R. Tenne and D. Golberg, NanoLett.  13, 1034-1040 (2013).
  282. Observation of a Burstein-Moss Shift in Re-Doped MoS2 Nanoparticles, Q.-C. Sun, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, G. Seifert, R. Tenne and J.L. Musfeldt, ACS Nano 7, 3506-3511 (2013).
  283. New Deposition Technique for Metal Films Containing Fullerene-Like (IF) Nanoparticles, O. Goldbart, A. Yoffe, S.R. Cohen, R. Rosentsveig, L. Rapoport and R. Tenne, Chem.PhysChem. 14, 2125-2131(2013).
  284. Spectroscopic Determination of Phonon Lifetimes in Rhenium-Doped MoS2 Nanoparticles, Qi-C. Sun, D. Mazumdar, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, R. Tenne and J.L. Musfeldt, NanoLett. 13, 2803-2808 (2013).
  285. Tribological Performance of the Epoxy-Based Composite Reinforced by WS2 Fullerene-like Nanoparticles and Nanotubes, M. Shneider, L. Rapoport, A. Moshkovich, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig,  R. Tenne and A. Zak, Phys. Stat. Solid. A 210, 2298-2306 (2013).
  286. The Effect of Tungsten Disulphide Nanoparticles on the Properties of Polyurethane Adhesive, H. Dodiuk, O. Kariv, S. Kenig and R. Tenne, J. Adh. Sci & Technol. 28, 38-52 (2014).
  287. Transport Properties of Polyaniline/Inorganic Nanotubes Nano-Composites, A. Voldman, D. Zbaida, H. Cohen, G. Leitus and R. Tenne, Macromol. Chem. Phys. 214, 2007-2015 (2013).
  288. Synthesis of Silicon Carbide Nanowires by Photothermal Ablation, H.-B. Lu, B.C.Y. Chan, X. Wang, H.T. Chua, C.L. Raston, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Levy, R. Popowitz-Biro, R. Tenne, D. Feuermann, J.M. Gordon, Nanotechnology 24, #335603 (2013).
  289. Study of Urological Devices Coated with Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, O. Goldbart, O. Elianov, D. Shumalinsky, L. Lobik, S. Cytron, R. Rosentsveig, H.D. Wagner and R. Tenne, Nanoscale 5, 8526-8532 (2013).
  290. Chemical Unzipping of WS2 Nanotubes, C. Nethravathi, A.A. Jeffery, M. Rajamathi, N. Kawamoto, R. Tenne, D. Golberg and Y. Bando, ACS Nano 7, 7311-7317 (2013).
  291. Field-Effect Transistors Based on WS2 Nanotubes with High Current Carrying Capacity, R. Levi, O. Bitton, G. Leitus, R. Tenne and E. Joselevich, NanoLett. 13, 3736-3741 (2013).
  292. Nanotubes From Chalcogenide Misfit Compounds: Sn-S, Nb-Pb-S, G. Radovsky, R. Popovitz-Biro, D.G. Stroppa, L. Houben and R. Tenne, Acc. Chem. Res. 47, 406-416 (2014).
  293. Two-Step Synthesis of MoS2 Nanotubes Using Shock Waves with Pb as Growth Promoter, O. Brontvein, V. Jayaram, K.P.J. Reddy, J.M. Gordon and R. Tenne, Zeitschrift für Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie-ZAAC 640, 1152-1158 (2014).
  294. Fullerene-Like (IF) RexMo(W)1-xS2 Nanoparticles, F.L. Deepak, R. Popovitz-Biro, Y.  Feldman, H. Cohen, A. Enyashin, G. Seifert and R. Tenne, Chem. Asian J. 3,1568-1574 (2008).
  295. WS2 Nanoflakes from Nanotubes for Electrocatalysis, C. Choi, J. Feng, Y. Li, J. Wu, A. Zak, R. Tenne, H. Dai, Nano Res. 6, 921-928 (2013).
  296. Two-Steps Method for Preparation of Al2O3/IF-WS2 Nanoparticles Composite Coating, J. Korzekwa, R. Tenne, W. Skoneczny and G. Dercz, Phys. Stat. Solid. A 210, 2292-2297 (2013).
  297. Decoration of WS2 Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like MoS2 with Gold Nanoparticles, A.Yu. Polyakov, L. Yadgarov, R. Popovitz-Biro, V.A. Lebedev, I. Pinkas, R. Rosentsveig, Y. Feldman, A.E. Goldt, E.A. Goodilin and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. C 118, 2161-2169 (2014).
  298. Enhanced Field Emission of WS2 Nanotubes, G. Viskadouros, A. Zak, M. Stylianakis, E. Kymakis, R. Tenne, E. Stratakis, Small 10, 2398-2403 (2014).
  299. Dependence of the Absorption and Optical Surface Plasmon Scattering of MoS2 Nanoparticles on Aspect Ratio, Size and Media, L. Yadgarov, C. Choi, A. Sedova, A. Cohen, R. Rosentsveig,  O. Bar-Elli, D. Oron, H. Dai and R. Tenne, ACS Nano 8, 3575-3583 (2014). See also: https://advanceseng.com/nanotechnology-engineering/dependence-absorption-optical-surface-plasmon-scattering-mos2-nanoparticles-aspect-ratio-size-media/
  300. Attenuation of Encrustation by Self-Assembled Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, R. Ron, D. Zbaida, I. Kafka, R. Rosentsveig, I. Leibovitch and R. Tenne, Nanoscale  6, 5251-5259 (2014). Highlighted in Adv. in Eng. (https://advanceseng.com/); UroToday (www.UroToday.com); Commentary in UroToday http://www.urotoday.com/index.php?option=com_content&Itemid=794&catid=1139&id=74097&lang=en&view=article
  301. The Effect of Tungsten Disulphide Nanotubes on the Properties of Silicone Adhesives, G. Goldberg, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig, R. Cohen and R. Tenne, Intl. J. Adhesion and Adhesives 55, 77-81 (2014).
  302. Lubricating Medical Devices with Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, O. Goldbart, A. Sedova, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, D. Shumalinsky, L. Lobik, H. D. Wagner and Reshef Tenne, Tribol. Lett. 55, 103-109 (2014).
  303. High Energy Plasma Ablation of WS2 Multiwall Nanotubes Reveals Single to Triple Wall WS2 Nanotubes, V. Brüser, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, T. Lorenz, G. Seifert, R. Tenne and A. Zak, Inorganics 2, 177-190 (2014) doi:10.3390/inorganics2020177.
  304. Theoretical Aspects of WS2 Nanotube Chemical Unzipping, D.G. Kvashnin, L.Yu. Antipina, P.B. Sorokin, R. Tenne and D. Golberg, Nanoscale 6, 8400-8404 (2014).
  305. Lanthanide-Based Functional Misfit-Layered Nanotubes, L.S. Panchakarla, R. Popovitz-Biro, L. Houben, R.E. Dunin-Borkowski and R. Tenne, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 126, 7040-7044 (2014).
  306. Nanotubes from the Misfit Layered Compounds MS-TaS2, where M= Pb, Sn, Sb and Bi: Synthesis and Study of their Structure, G. Radovsky, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater. 26, 3757-3770 (2014).
  307. Nanotubes from Misfit Layered Compounds: A New Family of Materials with Low Dimensionality, L.S. Panchakarla, G. Radovsky, L. Houben, R. Popovitz-Biro, R.E. Dunin-Borkowski and R. Tenne, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. “Perspectives” 5, 3724-3736 (2014) with coverpage.
  308. Re-doped Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles in Relationship with Soft Lubrication, A. Sedova, R. Ron, O. Goldbart, O. Elianov, L. Yadgarov, N. Kampf, R. Rosentsveig, D. Shumalinsky, L. Lobik, B. Shay, J. Moshonov, H.D. Wagner and R. Tenne, Nanomater. & Energy, 4, 30-38 (2014); doi.org/10.1680/nme.14.00020.
  309. Biocompatibility of Tungsten Disulfide Inorganic Nanotubes on A5 Salivary Gland Cell Line, E. Goldman, A. Zak, R. Tenne, E. Kartvelishvily, Y. Neumann, A. Palmon, A.-H. Hovav, D.J Aframian, Tissue Eng: Part A 21, 1013-1023 (2015).
  310. Fullerene-Like Re-doped MoS2 Nanoparticles as an Intercalation Host with Fast Kinetics for Sodium Ion Batteries, S.-H. Woo, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, D. Song, Y. Park, S.-Y. Hong, R. Tenne* and K.-T. Lee, Isr. J. Chem. 55, 599-603 (2015) DOI: 10.1002/ijch.201400124.
  311. Direct Synthesis of Palladium Catalyst on Supporting WS2 Inorganic Nanotubes and its Reactivity in Cross Coupling (Heck, Suzuki) Reactions, B. Visic, H. Cohen, R. Popovitz-Biro, R. Tenne, V.I. Sokolov, N.V. Abramova, A.G. Buyanovskaya, S.L. Dzvonkovskii and O.L. Lependina, Chem.-an Asian J. 10, 2234-2239 (2015).
  312. Solar Synthesis of PbS-SnS2 Superstructure Nanoparticles, O. Brontvein, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Levy, D. Feuerman, R. Popovitz-Biro, R. Tenne, A. Enyashin and J.M. Gordon, ACS Nano 9, 7831-7388 (2015).
  313. Atomic Structural Studies on Thin Single-Crystalline Misfit-Layered Nanotubes of TbS-CrS2, L.S Panchakarla, L. Lajaunie, R. Tenne and R. Arenal, J. Phys. Chem C. (Festschrift in honor of K. Uosaki) 120, 15600-15607 (2016).
  314. Reinforcing Silica Aerogels with WS2 Nanotubes, A. Sedova, G. Bar, R. Ron, O. Goldbart, B. Achrai, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, V. Brumfeld, A. Zak, R. Gvishi, H.D. Wagner and R. Tenne, J. Supercritical Fluids 106, 9-15 (2015). Fig.dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.supflu.2015.07.018
  315. Beneficial Effect of Re-Doping in the Electrochemical HER Activity of MoS2 Fullerenes, M. Chettri, U. Gupta, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, R. Tenne, C.N.R. Rao, Dalton Trans. 44, 16399-16404 (2015).
  316. Advanced Mg Alloy Nanocomposites Reinforced by WS2 Nanotubes, S.-J. Huang, C.-H. He, Y. Feldman and R. Tenne. J. Alloys Comp. 654, 15-22 (2016).
  317. Nanotube Electromechanics – Beyond Carbon: The case of WS2, R. Levi, J. Garel, D. Teich, G. Seifert, R. Tenne and E. Joselevich, ACS Nano 9, 12224-12232 (2015).
  318. Tubular Structures from the LnS-TaS2 (Ln=La, Ce, Nd, Ho, Er) and LaSe-TaSe2 Misfit Layered Compounds, G. Radovsky, R. Popovitz-Biro, T. Lorenz, G. Seifert, J.-O. Joswig, L. Houben, R.E. Dunin-Borkowski and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. C 4, 89-98 (2016); DOI: 10.1039/c5tc02983j.
  319. High Pressure Vibrational Properties of WS2 Nanotubes, K.R. O’Neal, J.G. Cherian, A. Zak, R. Tenne, Z. Liu and J. L. Musfeldt, NanoLett. 16, 993-999 (2016).
  320. Effect  of  Tungsten  Disulphide  Nanotubes  and  Glutaric  Acid  on  the  Thermal  and Mechanical Properties of Polyvinyl Alcohol, A.K. Sonker, H.D. Wagner, R. Bajpai, R. Tenne and X.-M. Xui, Composites Science and Technology 127, 47-53 (2016).
  321. Effects of p- and n-type Doping in Inorganic Fullerene MoS2 on the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction, U. Gupta, L. Yadgarov, R. Rosentsveig, R. Tenne and C.N.R. Rao, ChemElectroChem 3, 1937-1943 (2016).
  322. Nanotubes from Oxide-Based Misfit Family: The Case of Calcium Cobalt Oxide, L.S. Panchakarla, L. Lajaunie, A. Ramasubramaniam, R. Arenal and R. Tenne, ACS Nano 10, 6248-6256 (2016).
  323. Raman Spectroscopy of Intercalated and Misfit Layer Nanotubes, M. Staiger, V. Bacic, R. Gillen, G. Radovsky, K. Gartsman, R. Tenne, T. Heine, J. Maultzsch and C. Thomsen, Phys. Rev. B., DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.94.035430.
  324. Comparative Study on the Properties of Poly(Trimethylene Terephthalate) Based Nanocomposites Containing Organic (MWCNT) and Tungsten Disulfide (INT-WS2) Nanotubes, S. Paszkiewicz, A. Szymczyk, I. Janowska, R. Jedrzejewski, A. Linares, T.A. Ezquerra, H.D. Wagner, R. Tenne and Z. Rosłaniec, Polymers for Adv. Technol., 28 645-657 (2017).
  325. Strain-Induced Phonon Shifts in Tungsten Disulfide Nanoplatelets and Nanotubes, F. Wang, I. Kinloch, D. Wolverson, R. Tenne, A. Zak, E. O'Connell, U. Bangert and R. Young, 2D Materials 4, 015007 (2016).
  326. Diameter-Dependent Wetting of Tungsten Disulfide Nanotubes, O. Goldbart, S.R. Cohen, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, P. Glazyrina, H.D. Wagner, A. Enyashin and R. Tenne, Proc. US Natl. Acad. Sci. (PNAS) 113, 13624-13629 (2016).
  327. Strontium Cobalt Oxide Misfit Nanotubes, L.S. Panchakarla, L. Lajaunie, A. Ramasubramaniam, R. Arenal and R. Tenne, Chem. Mater. 28, 9150-9157 (2016).
  328. Unidirectional Superconductivity in Chiral Nanotube, F. Qin, W. Shi, T. Ideue, M. Yoshida, A. Zak, R. Tenne, T. Kikitsu, D. Inoue, D. Hashizume, and Y. Iwasa, Nature Comm., DOI: 10.1038/ncomms14465 (2017). See also: https://phys.org/news/2017-02-chiral-superconductivity-experimentally.html
  329. Structure and Stability of GaS Fullerenes and Nanotubes, A.N. Enyashin, O. Brontvein, G. Seifert and R. Tenne, Isr. J. Chem. 57, 529-539 (2017). With coverpage.
  330. Important Insights into Polyurethane Nanocomposite-Adhesives; a Comparative Study Between INT-WS2 and CNT, G. Otorgust, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig and R. Tenne, Eur. Polym. J 89, 281-300 (2017).
  331. Synthesis and Characterization of Pb@GaS Core-Shell Fullerene-Like nanoparticles and Nanotubes, O. Brontvein, L. Houben, R. Popovitz-Biro, M. Levy, D. Feuermann, R. Tenne and J.M. Gordon, Nano 12, 1750030 (2017). Highlight paper of the issue and the coverpage.
  332. Torsional Resonators Based on Inorganic Nanotubes, Y. Divon, R. Levi, J. Garel, D. Golberg, R. Tenne, A. Ya’akobovitz and E. Joselevich, NanoLett. 17, 28-35 (2017).
  333. Synthesis of the FeWO4 Nanoparticles Using WS2 Nanotubes, A. Sedova, G. Leitus, Y. Feldman, T. Bendikov, S. Khodorov, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Sci. 52, 6376-6387 (2017).
  334. Dielectric and Electrical Properties of WS2 Nanotubes/Epoxy Composites and their Use for Stress Monitoring in Structures, A. Sedova, S. Khodorov, D. Ehre, B. Achrai, H.D. Wagner, I. Lubomirsky, R. Tenne, H. Dodiuk and S. Kenig, J. Nanomaterials (Hindawi Publ.), 4838095 (2017).
  335. Short Pulse Laser Synthesis of Transition-Metal Dichalcogenide Nanostructures under Ambient Conditions, K. Savva, B. Višić, R. Popovitz-Biro, E. Stratakis, R. Tenne, ACS-Omega, DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.7b00409 (2017).
  336. Synthesis of Core-Shell Single Layer MoS2 Sheathing Gold Nanoparticles AuNP@1L-MoS2, A. Lavie, L. Yadgarov, L. Houben, R. Popovitz-Biro, T.-E. Shaul, A. Nagler, H. Suchowski and R. Tenne, Nanotechnology 28, 24LT03 (2017). doi.org/10.1088/1361-6528/aa715f
  337. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles at the Crossroad Between Solid-State chemistry and Nanotechnology, B. Visic, L.S. Panchakarla and R. Tenne, “Perspective”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 139, 12865-12878 (2017); JACS Spotlight.
  338. Doping of Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles with Minute Amounts of Niobium, R. Rosentsveig, L. Yadgarov, Y. Feldman, S. Shilstein, R. Popovitz-Biro, B. Visic, A. Sedova, S. R. Cohen, Y. Li, A.I. Frenkel and R. Tenne, Particle and Particle Systems Characterization, in press..
  339. Influence of Nanotube Length and Density on the Plasmonic Terahertz Response from Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube, P. Karlsen, M.V. Shuba, C. Beckerleg, D.I. Yuko, P.P. Kuzhir, S.A. Maksimenko, V. Ksenevich, H. Viet, A.G. Nasibulin, R. Tenne and E. Hendry, J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 51, DOI: 10.1088/1361-6463/aa96ef (2017).
  340. Quaternary Chalcogenide-Based Misfit Nanotubes LnS(Se)-TaS(Se)2 (Ln=La, Ce, Nd and Ho): Synthesis and Atomic Structural Studies, L. Lajaunie, G. Radovsky, R. Tenne and R. Arenal, Inorg. Chem. 57, 747-753 (2018).
  341. How Effectively do Carbon Nanotube Inclusions Contribute to the Electromagnetic Performance of a Composite Material? Estimation Criteria from Microwave and Terahertz Measurements, M.V. Shuba, D.I. Yuko, P.P. Kuzhir, S.A. Maksimenko, M.A. Kanygin, A.V. Okotrub, R. Tenne and Ph. Lambin, Carbon 129, 688-694 (2018).
  342. Electrophoretic Deposition of Hydroxyapatite Film Containing Re-Doped IF-MoS2 Nanoparticles, H. Shalom, Y. Feldman, R. Rosentsveig, I. Pinkas, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, A. Moshkovich, V. Perfilyev, L. Rapoport and R. Tenne, Int. J. Molecular Sci. 19, 657 (2018); doi:10.3390/ijms19030657.
  343. Tubular Hybrids: A Nanoparticle – Molecular Network, P. Ranjan, S. Shankar, R. Popovitz-Biro, S.R. Cohen, I. Pinkas, R. Tenne, M. Lahav and M.E. van der Boom, Langmuir 34, 2464-2470 (2018).
  344. Mechanical Behavior Enhancement of AZ31/WS2 and AZ61/WS2 Magnesium Metal-Matrix Nanocomposites, S.-J. Huang, C.C. Lin, J.-Y. Huang and R. Tenne, Adv. Mech. Eng. 10, 1-14 (2018).
  345. Decoration of Inorganic Nanostructures by Metallic Nanoparticles to Induce Fluorescence, Enhance Solubility, and for Bandgap Tuning, P. Ranjan, S. Shankar, R. Popovitz-Biro, S.R. Cohen, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, T. Dadosh, L.J. W. Shimon, B. Visic, R. Tenne, M. Lahav and M.E. van der Boom, J. Phys. Chem. C 122, 6748-6759 (2018).
  346. Optoelectronic response of a WS2 Tubular p-n Junction, Y.J. Zhang, M. Onga, F. Qin, W. Shi, A. Zak, R. Tenne, J. Smet and Y. Iwasa, 2D Materials 5, 035002 (2018).
  347. Improved Performance n-type Nanotubes (WS2)/p-Type Polymer (P3HT) Electrolyte Gated Thin-Film Transistor, E. Macchia, A. Zak, R. Anna Picca, C. Di Franco, 3 N. Cioffi, G. Scamarcio, R. Tenne and L. Torsi, MRS Advances, DOI: 10.1557/adv.2018.311 (2018).
  348. Metallic Nanocrystal Ripening on Inorganic Surfaces, P. Ranjan, I. Kaplan Ashiri, R. Popovitz-Biro, S.R. Cohen, L. Houben, R. Tenne, M. Lahav and M.E. van der Boom, ACS Omega 3, 6533-6539 (2018).
  349. Synthesis and Characterization of Nanotubes from Misfit Compounds (LnS)1+yTaS2 (Ln= Pr, Sm, Gd, Yb), M. Serra, D. Stolovas, L. Houben, R. Popovitz-Biro, I. Pinkas, F. Kampmann, J. Maultzsch, E. Joselevich and R. Tenne, Chem. Eur. J 24, 11354-11363 (2018). With back coverpage.
  350. Strong Light-Matter Interaction in Tungsten Disulfide Nanotubes, L. Yadgarov, B. Visic, T. Abir, R. Tenne, A. Polyakov, R. Levi, T.V. Dolgova, V.V. Zubyuk, A.A. Fedyanin, E.A. Goodilin, T. Ellenbogen, R. Tenne and D. Oron, Phys.Chem.Chem.Phys. 20, 20812-20820 (2018).
  351. Diameter Dependent Superconductivity in Individual WS2 Nanotubes, F. Qin, T. Ideue, W. Shi, X.-X. Zhang, M. Yoshida, A. Zak, R. Tenne, T. Kikitsu, D. Inoue, D. Hashizume and Y. Iwasa, NanoLett. 18, 6789-6794 (2018). Highlighted in Nature Nanotech. 13, 978 (2018).

  352. Deposition of Metal Coatings Containing Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles with Reduced Friction and Wear, O. Elianov, S. Garusi, R. Rosentsveig, S.R. Cohen, Y. Feldman, I. Pinkas, T. Bendikov, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, A. Moshkovich, V. Perfilyev, L. Rapoport, J. Moshonov, R. Tenne* and B. Shay, Surf. & Coating Tech. 353, 116-125 (2018).

  353. Nanotubes from the LaS-NbxTa(1-x)S2 Misfit Compound Alloy, D. Stolovas, M. Serra, R. Popovitz-Biro, I. Pinkas, L. Houben, Jose J. Calvino, E. Joselevich, R. Tenne, R. Arenal and L. Lajaunie, Chem. Mater. 30, 8829-8842 (2018).

  354. Enhanced Intrinsic Photovoltaic Effect in Tungsten Disulfide Nanotubes, Y. J. Zhang, T. Ideue, M. Onga, F. Qin, R. Suzuki, A. Zak, R. Tenne, J.H. Smet, and Y. Iwasa, Nature 570, 349-353 (2019). See N&V, Nature 570, 310-311 (2019).

  355. Nanocomposite of Poly(L-Lactic Acid) with Inorganic Nanotubes of WS2, H. Shalom, X.-M. Sui, O. Elianov, V. Brumfeld, R. Rosentsveig, I. Pinkas, Y. Feldman, N. Kampf, H.D. Wagner, N. Senesh-Lachman, R. Tenne, Lubricants (MDPI) 7, 28; doi:10.3390/lubricants7030028 (2019).

  356. Synthesis and Characterization of Quaternary La(Sr)S-TaS2 Misfit Layered Nanotubes, M. Serra, E.A. Anumol, D. Stolovas, I. Pinkas, E. Joselevich, R. Tenne, A.N. Enyashin and F.L. Deepak, Beilstein J. Nanotech. 10, 1112-1124 (2019).

  357. Impact Resistant Hybrid Composites Reinforced with Inorganic Nanoparticles and Nanotubes of WS2, D.M. Simić, D.B. Stojanović, M. Dimić, K. Mišković, M. Marjanović, Z. Burzić, P.S. Uskoković, A. Zak and R. Tenne, Composite- Part B, 176, 107222 (2019).

  358. Au-MoS2 Hybrids as Hydrogen Evolution Electrocatalysts, R. Bar-Ziv, P. Ranjan, A. Lavie, A. Jain, S. Garai, A. Bar-Hen, R. Popovitz-Biro, R. Tenne, R. Arenal, A. Ramasubramaniam, L. Lajaunie and M. Bar-Sadan, ACS Applied Energy Mater. 2, 6043-6050 (2019). With coverpage.

  359. Femtosecond Dynamics of Light-Matter Interaction in the Intrinsic Cavity of WS2 Nanotubes, B. Visic, L. Yadgarov, E.A.A. Pogna, S.D. Conte, V. Vega-Mayoral, D. Vella, R. Tenne, G, Cerullo and C. Gadermaier, Phys. Rev. Res. 1, 033046 (2019).

  360. Size-Dependent Control of Exciton-Polariton Interactions in WS2 Nanotubes, S.S. Sinha, A. Zak, R. Rosentsveig, I. Pinkas, R. Tenne and L. Yadgarov, Small, # 1904390 (2019); DOI: 10.1002/smll.201904390.

  361. Temporal Characteristics of Liquid Crystal Cell with WS2 Nanoparticles: Mesophase Sensitization and Relief Features, N. Kamanina, Ю.А.Зубцова, А.С.Тойкка, С.В.Лихоманова, A. Zak and R. Tenne, Liquid Crystals and their Appl., Russian J. (in Russian).

  362. Quaternary LnxLa(1-x)S-TaS2 Nanotubes (Ln=Pr, Sm, Ho, and Yb) as a Vehicle for Improving the yield of misfit Nanotubes, M. Serra, L. Lajaunie, M.B. Sreedhara, Y. Miroshnikov, I. Pinkas, J.J. Calvino, A.N. Enyashin and R. Tenne, Appl. Mater. Today 19, 100581(2020).

  363. The Advantages of Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) in Fabricating PLA/WS2-NT Nanocomposites, H. Shalom, S. Kapishnikov, V. Brumfeld, N. Naveh, R. Tenne and N. Lachman, Scientific Reports (Nature-Springer group), in press.

  364. Silica aerogels as hosting matrices for WS2 nanotubes and their optical characterization, A. Sedova, B. Visic, V. Vega Mayoral, D. Vella, C. Gadermaier, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig, R. Tenne, R. Gvishi and G. Bar, J. Mater. Sci., in press.

* Corresponding author

Invited papers

  1. Fullerene-Like Nanocrystals of Tungsten Disulphide, R. Tenne, L. Margulis, and G. Hodes, Research News in Adv. Mater. 5, 386-388 (1993).
  2. Inorganic Fullerenes, R. Tenne and L. Margulis, The Isr.Chemist 14, 60 (1995).
  3. Growth of Crystalline WSe2 and WS2 Films on Amorphous Substrate by Reactive (van der Waals) Rheotaxy, T. Tsirlina, S.R. Cohen, H. Cohen, L. Sapir, M. Peisach, R. Tenne*, A. Matthaeus, S. Tiefenbacher, W. Jaegermann, E.A. Ponomarev, and C. Lévy-Clément, Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, an issue in memory of Prof. M. Koltun, 44, 457-470 (1996).
  4. Inorganic Fullerne-Like Materials and Nanotubes, R. Tenne, Chem. Isr. 1, 5 (1999).
  5. Fullerene-Like Materials and Nanotubes from Inorganic Compounds with a Layered (2-D) Structure, R. Tenne, Colloids and Surfaces 208, 83-92 (2002).
  6. Bundels and Foils of WS2 Nanotubes, R. Rosentsveig, A. Margolin, Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Appl. Phys. A 74, 367-369 (2002).
  7. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Materials, R. Tenne, “Concept” paper to Eur. Chem. J. 8, 5296-5304 (2002).
  8. Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles: Superior Lubricants for Harsh Conditions, L. Rapoport, N. Fleischer, and R. Tenne, Research News, Adv. Mater.15, 651-655 (2003).
  9. Mechanical Properties of WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri and R. Tenne, Chimia, 73, 7-12 (2004) (in Hebrew).
  10. Doping Control for Nanotubes, R. Tenne, Nature (News &Views Sec.) 431, 640-641 (2004). PDF
  11. Mechanical Properties of WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri and R. Tenne and D.H. Wagner, Sci. Am. (Isr.), July (2007), pp.7-8 (in Hebrew).
  12. Stochastic Strength of Nanotubes: An Appraisal of Available Data, A.H. Barber, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, R. Tenne &H.D. Wagner, Composite Sci. Tech. 65, 2380-2384 (2005).
  13. Mechanical Properties of WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri and R. Tenne, J. Cluster Sci. 18, 549-563 (2007).
  14. Size Evolution of Mo-S Nanoclusters: the Phase Diagram of Nanoparticles, R. Tenne, Struct. Chem. (2008).
  15. Inorganic WS2 Nanotubes Revealed Atom by Atom Using Ultra High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy, M. Bar Sadan, M. Weidenbach, L. Houben, and R Tenne, Appl. Phys. A  96, 343-348 (2009). PDF
  16. Inorganic Nanoparticles with Fullerene-Like Structure and Inorganic Nanotubes: From Basic Science to Applications, R. Tenne, India Nano Digest (http://www.nanodigestmag.com) 2, 14-17 (2010) (1st Anniversary Issue).
  17. Stability Criteria of Fullerene-Like nanoparticles: Comparing V2O5 to Layered Metal Dichalcogenides and Dihalides, R. Levi , M. Bar-Sadan, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Popovitz-Biro, L. Houben, Y. Prior and R. Tenne, special issue of Materials, "Progress in Nanomaterials Preparation", Ed. G.R. Patzke 3, 4428-4445 (2010). doi:10.3390/ma3084428
  18. צברים אי-אורגניים סגורים וחלולים: ננומבנים דמויי-פולרנים וננוצינוריות, R. Tenne, Igeret, Bulletin of the Isr. Acad. Sci. Humanities (2012).
  19. The Role of Lead (Pb) in the High Temperature Formation of MoS2 Nanotubes, O. Brontvein, R. Tenne and A.N. Enyashin, Inorganics, special issue dedicated to “Inorganic Fullerenes and Inorganic Nanotubes”, Eds. R. Tenne, A.N. Enyashin 2, 363-375 (2014); doi:10.3390/inorganics2020363 (2014).
  20. Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles and Inorganic Nanotubes, R. Tenne and A. N. Enyashin, Inorganics (Forward to the themed issue) 2, 649-651 (2014); doi:10.3390/inorganics2040649.
  21. Historical notes on the establishment and evolution of the electron microscopy facility for materials research at the Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS), R. Tenne, submitted to the Bulletin of the Israel Chemical Society, in press.

Invited chapters in books  

  1. “Modification by Photoelectrochemistry of Surface Properties of Layered Compounds". C. Lévy-Clément and R. Tenne, in Photoelectrochemistry and Photovoltaics of Layered Semiconductors, Ed. A. Aruchamy, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht (1992).
  2. "Influence of Photoelectrochemical Etching on Electronic Properties of Semiconductors", Semiconductor Micromachining, Vol.1: Fundamental Electrochemistry and Physics, Ch. 4, Eds. S.A. Campbell and H.-J. Lewerenz, John Wiley&Sons, Ltd. (1998), pp. 139-175.
  3. "Solar  Energy", a chapter co-authored with I. Dostrovsky and A. Yogev, in the Encyclopedia of Applied Physics, Published by the American Institute of Physics and VCH, 18, 363 (1997).
  4. "Inorganic Fullerenes from 2-D Layered Compounds", Cluster Assembled Solides, Ed. K. Sattler, in Materials Science Forum Vol. 232, Trans Tech Publications Ltd (1996), pp. 275-294.
  5. "Inorganic Fullerene-like Structures from 2-D Compounds", R. Tenne, M. Homyonfer and Y. Feldman, Adv. Metal Semiconductor Clusters, Ed. Michael A. Duncan, JAI Press, Inc., 4, 227 (1998).
  6. "New Materials for Photochemical and Photoelectrochemical Systems", in Photochemical and Photoelectrochemical Approaches, Vol.4, Eds. M.D. Archer and A.J. Nozik, Imperial College Press (1999).
  7. “Inorganic Nanotube Materials”, Encyclopedia Mater., Sci. Tech., Eds. K.H.J. Buschow, R.W. Cahn, M.C. Flemings, B. Ilschner, E.J. Kramer, S. Mahajan, Subj. Ed. P. Day, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 5, 4108-4110 (2001).
  8. “Nanotubes from Inorganic Materials”, R. Tenne and A. Zettl, in Carbon Nanotubes, Topics in Appl. Phys., 80, 81-112 (2000), Eds. M.S. Dresselhaus and P. Avouris, Springer Verlag.
  9. “Inorganic Nanoclusters with Fullerene-Like Structure and Nanaotubes”, R. Tenne, in Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Ed. Kenneth D. Karlin, John Wiley&Sons, 50, 269-315 (2001).
  10. “Inorganic Nanoparticles with Fullerene-Like Structure and Nanotubes; Some Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Aspects”, R. Tenne, Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry, Vol 6: Semiconductor Electrodes and Photoelectrochemistry, Eds. Bard and Stratmann; Vol. Ed. S. Licht, Wiley-VCH, pp. 238-281 (2002).
  11. “Inorganic Nanoparticles with Fullerene-Like Structure and Inorganic Nanotubes”, R. Tenne and R. Popovitz-Biro, Electron Microscopy of Nanotubes, Ed. Z.L. Wang and C. Hui, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, (2003), pp.251-271.
  12. “Inorganic Fullerene-Like Structures and Inorganic Nanotubes from 2-D Layered Compounds”, R. Tenne, The Chemistry of Nanostructured Materials, Ed. P. Yang, World Scientific Pub, Singapore (2003), pp. 147-182.
  13. “Inorganic Nanotubes and Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanomaterials”, R. Tenne, Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Eds. J.A. Schwarz, C. Contescu, and Dr. K. Putyera Scwartz, Marcel Dekker, pp. 1447-1455, New York (2004).
  14. “Inorganic Nanotubes”, C.N.R. Rao and R. Tenne, Eds. M. Terrones and H. Terrones, in Nanotechnology of Carbon and Related Materials, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (The Royal Society, London), 362, 2099-2125 (2004).
  15. “Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Materials of Metal Dichalcogenide and Related Layered Compounds”, R. Tenne, , Nanomaterials Handbook, Ed. Y. Gogotsi, pp. 317-338, CRC Press/Taylor&Francis, Boca Raton (2006).
  16. “Inorganic Nanotubes Materials (update)”, Ms. 2122, Encyclopedia Mater., Sci. Tech., Eds. Buschow, M. Flemings, R. Cahn, P. Veyssière, E. Kramer, S. Mahajan, Amsterdam, Elsevier Ltd. Available online at: www.sciencedirect.com. doi:10.1016/B0-08-043152-6/00722-1 (2006).
  17. “Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like nanoparticles”, R. Tenne, Bottom-up Nanofabrication: Supramolecules, Self‑Assemblies, and Organized Films, Eds.  K. Ariga and H.S. Nalwa, 1, 265-295, American Scientific Publishers (www.aspbs.com) (2009).
  18. a. “Mechanical properties of WS2/MoS2 nanotubes, Ifat Kaplan-Ashiri, H. Daniel Wagner and Reshef Tenne”,  Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Eds. J.A. Schwarz, C. Contescu, and Dr. K. Putyera Scwartz, Marcel Dekker, New York, 2nd Edition pp. 1617-1626 (2009); http://www.informaworld.com/10.1081/E-ENN2-120042075; b. “Inorganic Sulfide Nanotubes: Mechanical Behavior”, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, H.D. Wagner, G. Seifert and R. Tenne, In Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Ed. S.E. Lyshevski, 3rd Edition. CRC Press: New York, pp. 1911-1920 (2014).
  19. “Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Structures (IF)”, R. Tenne, M. Remskar, A. Enayshin and G. Seifert, in Carbon Nanotubes, Topics in Appl. Phys., an Update, A. Jorio, G. Dresselhaus, M. S. Dresselhaus (Eds.), Springer, NY, 111, 631–671 (2008).
  20. "Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Structures-From Synthesis to Application", M. Bar-Sadan and R. Tenne, in Inorganic Nanoparticles New Frontiers of Research: Synthesis, Applications and Prospectives, C. Altevialla and E. Ciliberto, Eds., CRC Press (Taylor&Francis) (2010).
  21. “Tying Synthesis with Properties Through Structure: Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles” (“Compound Crystals”) (Ch. 16), R. Levi, M. Bar-Sadan and R. Tenne Springer Nanomaterials Handbook, Ed. R. Vajtai, Springer Verlag, New York (2012); pp. 605-637; ISBN: 978-3-642-20594-1 (Print) 978-3-642-20595-8 (Online); DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-20595-8_16.
  22. “Metallic Films with Fullerene-Like WS2 (MoS2) Nanoparticles: Self-Lubricating Coatings with Potential Applications”, O. Eidelman , H. Friedman , and R. Tenne, in Technological Innovations in Sensing and Detection of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Threats and Ecological Terrorism, Ch. 6, Ed. Ashok Vaseashta, SPi Content Solutions – SPi Global, ISBN 978-94-007--2487-7 (2012).
  23. “Nanoparticle Coating of Orthodontic Appliances for Friction Reduction”, M. Redlich and R. Tenne in Nanobiomaterials in Clinical Dentistry. Eds. Karthikeyan Subramani, Waqar Ahmed, James K. Hartsfield Jr., Ch. 13 pp. 259-279. Elsevier (2013).
  24. “Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles: From the Lab to Applications”, R. Tenne, in Technological Innovations in Sensing and Detection of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Threats and Ecological Terrorism, Ed. Ashok Vaseashta (2013).
  25. “Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles and Nanotubes: Tribological, Mechanical and Optical Properties”, B. Visic and R. Tenne in Beyond Graphene, New Layered Nanomaterials: Theory, Experiment and Applications, Eds. H.&M. Terrones and F. Lopez-Urias, Wiley-VCH (2015).
  26. “Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene–Like Nanoparticles from Layered (2D) Compounds”, L. Yadgarov, R. Popovitz-Biro and R. Tenne, Handbook of Solid State Chemistry, Eds.  A. Stein, R. Dronskowski, S. Kikkawa,, Vol. 4 Ch. 2, pp. 21-52; Wiley-VCH (2016), printed: ISBN 978-3-527-32587-0; oBook: 978-3-527-691-03-6.
  27. “Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles at the Crossroad between Materials Science and Nanotechnology and their Applications with Regard to Sustainability”, L.S. Panchakarla and R. Tenne, Nanotechnology for Energy Sustainability, Eds. M. Van de Voorde, B. Raj and Y. Mahajan, Wiley-VCH ISBN: 978-3-527-34014-9 (2016). DOI: 10.1002/9783527696109. Chapter 31.

Invited review articles  

  1. Doped and Heteroatom-Containing Fullerene-like Structures and Nanotubes, R. Tenne, Adv. Mater. 7, 965-995 (1995).
  2. Fullerene-like Structures and Nanotubes from Inorganic Compounds, R. Tenne, Endeavour  97-104 (1996).
  3. Crystallization Inside Fullerene Related Structures, J. Sloan, J. Cook, M.L.H. Green, J.L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem., 7, 1089-1095 (1997).
  4. Nanoparticles of Layered Compounds with Hollow Cage Structures (Inorganic Fullerene-Like Structures). R. Tenne, Y. Feldman, and M. Homyonfer, Chem. Mater., 10, 3225-3238 (1998).
  5. Diamond Electrodes, R. Tenne and C. Lévy-Clément, Isr. J. Chem. issue dedicated to Diamond Films”, Eds. D. Shechtman and S. Rotter, 38, 57 (1998).
  6. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Materials, R. Tenne, Science Spectra 23, 34-44 (2000).           
  7. Advances in the Synthesis of Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, R. Tenne, Angew. Chem. Intl. Ed. 42, 5124-5132 (2003).
  8. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-like Nanoparticles from Layered Componds, Interface (Bulletin of the Electrochmical Society), 12, 17-18 (2003).
  9. Applications of WS2 (MoS2) Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles for Solid Lubrication and for Structural Nanocomposites, L. Rapoport, N. Fleischer and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 15, 1782-1788 (2005).
  10. The Mechanical Properties of WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, R. Tenne, and H.D. Wagner, Sci. Am. (in Hebrew, 2007).
  11. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Materials, R. Tenne, Nature Nanotechnology 1, 103-111 (2006); Included  in a collection of review articles, 'Nanoscience and Technology: A Collection of Reviews from Nature Journals', World Scientific (2009).
  12. Fullerenes Fight Friction, Giant Inorganic Molecules Give Exceptional Performance as Dry Lubricants, M. Genut, N.A. Fleischer, A. Zak, L. Rapoport and R. Tenne, Europ. Coating Journal, Euro. Coatings Conf., “Smart Coatings V”, pp.22-27, Berlin/Germany, May (2006).
  13. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, R. Tenne, J. Mater. Res. (focused issue on “Nanotubes and Nanowires”, 21, 2726-2743 (2006).
  14. Polymer-Assisted Fabrication of Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites, B.A. Rozenbergand R. Tenne, Prog. Polymer Sci. 33, 40-112 (2008).
  15. Inorganic Fullerenes and Nanotubes: Wealth of Materials and Morphologies in, M. Bar-Sadan, I. Kaplan-Ashiri and R. Tenne, Eur. J. Phys., Special Topics: Nanotechnology 149, 71-101 (2007).
  16. Gas-Phase Synthesis of Inorganic Fullerene-Like Structures and Inorganic Nanotubes, F. L. Deepak and R. Tenne, Central Eur. Chem. J.  6, 373-389 (2008).
  17. Intercalation of Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, F. Kopnov and R. Tenne, Digest J. Nanomater. Biostruct. 3, 123-134 (2008).
  18. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Structures, R. Tenne and G. Seifert, Ann. Rev. Mater. Res. 39, 387-413 (2009).
  19. Recent Progress in the Research of Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles and Inorganic Nanotubes, R. Tenne and M. Redlich, Chem. Soc. Rev. (RSC) 39, 1423-1434 (2010). PDF
  20. One- and Two-Dimensional Inorganic Crystals using WS2 Nanotubes as Template, S.Y. Hong, R. Kreizman, R. Rosentsveig, A. Zak, J. Sloan, A.N. Enyashin, G. Seifert, M.L.H. Green, R. Tenne, Special Issue of Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 27, 4233-4243 Ed. C.N.R. Rao (2010). PDF
  21. Synthesis of Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanostructures by Concentrated Solar and Artificial Light, M. Levy, A. Albu-Yaron, R. Tenne, D. Feuermann, E.A. Katz, D. Babai and J.M. Gordon, Isr. J. Chem. 50, 417-425 (2010). PDF
  22. Medical Applications of Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, A.R. Adini, M. Redlich and R. Tenne, J. Mater. Chem. 21, 15121-15131 (2011).
  23. Recent Advances in the Research of Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, R. Tenne, special issue edited by C.M.L. Lieber and H. Dong, Frontiers of Physics 9, 370-377 (2014). DOI 10.1007/s11467-013-0326-8.
  24. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Mechanical-Properties and Applications, R. Tenne, R. Rosentsveig and A. Zak, Phys. Stat. Solidi A 210, 2253-2258 (2013); With coverpage.
  25. Carbon and Tungsten Disulfide Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanostructures in Thermoset Adhesives, G. Otorgust, A. Sedova, H. Dodiuk, S. Kenig and R. Tenne, Rev. Adhesion Adhesives 3, 311-363 (2015). DOI: 10.7569/RAA.2015.097308; Scrivener Publishing LLC
  26. On the Mechanical Properties of Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles – in-situ Electron Microscopy Measurements, I. Kaplan-Ashiri and R. Tenne, The Journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society  (JOM), DOI: 10.1007/s11837-015-1659-2.
  27. Something New Under the Sun: Concentrated Sunlight for Materials Synthesis and Diagnostics, E.A. Katz, I.  Visoly-Fisher, D. Feuermann, R. Tenne and J.M. Gordon, Adv. Mater., Submitted.
  28. Nanocomposites Based on Tubular and Onion Nanostructures of Molybdenum and Tungsten Disulfides: Inorganic Design, Functional Properties and Application, A.Yu. Polyakov, A. Zak, R. Tenne, E.A. Goodilin and K. A. Solntsev, Russ. Chem. Rev. 87, 251-271 (2018); DOI: https://doi.org/10.1070/RCR4798.
  29. Nanotubes from Misfit Layered Compounds, M. Serra and R. Tenne, Special issue honoring Prof. D. Meyerstein 80th birthday to J. Coord. Chem., https://doi.org/10.1080/00958972.2018.1485019 (2018).
  30. An Overview of the Recent Advances in Inorganic Nanotubes, M. Serra, R. Arenal and R. Tenne, Nanoscale 11, 8073-8090 (2019).
  31. Nanotubes from Layered Transition Metal Dichalcogenides, J. Musfeldt, Y. Iwasa and R. Tenne*, Physics Today, submitted.
  32. Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles from 2D Materials in Contemporary Energy Research: Historical and Perspective Outlook, A. Albu-Yaron, S.S. Sinha and R. Tenne, ACS Energy Lett., submitted.

Review articles

  1. Stability of Cd-Chalcogenide Based Photoelectrochemical Cells, D. Cahen, G. Hodes, J. Manassen and R. Tenne, in: “Photoeffects at Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interfaces,” A. Nozik, ed., ACS Series, 146, 369 (1981).
  2. The Importance of Solution Kinetics in Photoelectrochemical Phenomena, J. Manassen, D. Cahen, G. Hodes, R. Tenne and S. Licht, in: “Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Photocatalysis”, Pelizzetti and N. Serpone, eds., Dordrecht Reidel, pp. 335-241 (1987).

Proceedings (refereed)           

  1. Charge Transfer Across Cd-Chalcogenide/Aqueous Polysulfide Interface Under Illumination and in the Dark. R. Tenne, Y. Mirovsky, B. Vainas, N. Müller, D. Lando, H. Flaisher, G. Hodes, D. Cahen and J. Manassen. in“Photoelectrochemistry: Fundamental Processes and Measurement Techniques,” ed. W.L. Wallace, A.J. Nozik, S.K. Deb and R.H. Wilson, Electrochem. Soc. Ser. 83, 172 (1982).
  2. Characterization and Optimization of Polysulfide-Based Photoelectrochemical Cells Using Operational Parameters Derived by Optical and Electrochemical Methods. Y. Mirovsky, R. Tenne, J. Manassen, G. Hodes, N. Müller  and D. Cahen.  Ibid.  83, 517 (1982).        
  3. Adsorption of Atomic Hydrogen on LiF Surfaces. V. Duval, M. Shapiro, Y. Zeiri and R. Tenne.Dynamics on Surfaces, B. Pullman  et al. (eds.), Reidel Publishing Co.  (1984).
  4. Selective Electrochemical Etching of p-CuInSe2. G. Dagan, R. Tenne, S. Endo and D. Cahen.Ternary and Multinary Compounds, S.K. Deb and A. Zunger, eds., Pittsburgh, Materials Research Society, pp. 133-138 (1987).
  5. EBIC Studies of WSe2 "Mixed" Surfaces. L. Margulis, D. Mahalu, E. Watkins, and R. Tenne, Inst. Phys. Conf. Ser. 117, Sec.10, 767 (1991).
  6. Shallow Donor States Removal by Photoelectrochemical Etching of  Cd(Se,Te). R. Tenne,"Proceeding of the Symposium on Electrochemical Microfabrication", Electrochemical Society Series, Vol. 92-3, pp.164-172, Phonix, October (1992).
  7. Transmission Electron Microscopy of Nested Fullerenes and Nanotubes in Tungsten and Molybdenum Disulfides. L. Margulis, J. L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, 8th World Ceramics Congress and Forum on New Materials, Florence, June (1994). Published in Advances in science and Technology, 4, 301 (1995).
  8. Inorganic fullerenes of MX2 (M=W,Mo;X=S,Se). R. Tenne, L. Margulis, Y. Feldman and M. Homyonfer, Proc. of the Symposium on Fullerenes, Materials Research Society, Fall Meeting, Boston, December (1994), Vol.359.
  9. Preparation of Nested Fullerenes and Nanotubes Molybdenum Disulfide, Y. Feldman, L. Margulis, M. Homyonfer, and R. Tenne, High Temperature Materials and Processes, 15,165 (1996).
  10. Efficient Reduction of Nitrite and Nitrate to Ammonia Using B-Doped Diamond Electrodes,Wide bandgap electronic materials, C. Reuben, E. Galun, R. Tenne, R. Kalish, Y. Muraki, K. Hashimoto, A. Fujishima, J.E. Butler, and C. Lévy-Clément, NATO ASI Series, 3. High Technology, Eds. M. A. Prelas, P. Gielisse, G. Popovici, B.V. Spitsyn, and T. Stacy, 1, 137 (1995).
  11. Preparation of MoS2 Thin Films, E.A. Ponomarev, D. Lahellec, A. Katty, M. Neumann-Spallart, G. Hodes, R. Tenne, and C. Lévy-Clément, 13th European Photovolatic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, Nice, October (1995).
  12. Oriented WSe2 Thin Films for Photovoltaic Application Prepared by van der Waals Rheotaxy, E. Galun, T. Tsirlina, H. Cohen, L. Margulis, G. Hodes, R. Tenne, A. Matthäus, S. Tiefenbacher, C. Koelzow, M. Kunst, K. Ellmer, and W. Jaegermann,13th European Photovolatic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition, Nice, October (1995).
  13. Inorganic Fullerene-Like MS2 (M=Mo,W) Structures: Synthesis, Reaction mechanism and Characterization, G.L. Frey, Y. Feldman, M. Homyonfer, V. Lakhovitskaya, G. Hodes, and R. Tenne,11th International Winter School on Electonic Properties of Novel materials, Kirchberg, March (1996).
  14. Encapsulation and Crystallization Behavior Inside Carbon Nanotubes and Other Fullerene-Related Structures, J. Sloan, M.L.H. Green, J.L. Hutchison, and R. Tenne, Fullerenes: Chemistry, Physics and New Directions, 19st Meeting Electrochem. Soc., Montreal, Canada, May (1997).
  15. The Effect of Hollow Nanoparticles of WS2 on Friction and Wear, L. Rapoport, Y. Feldman, M. Homyonfer, H. Cohen, S.R. Cohen, R. Tenne, Proc. 25th Leeds-Lyon Symp.Tribology, Lyon, September (1998). Published in: Lubrication at the Frontier, Ed. D. Dowson et al., Elsevier Science B.V. pp. 567-573 (1999).
  16. Microstructure of Various MoS2 Thin Films Prepared by Electrochemical Deposition and Annealing, Albu-Yaron, A. Katty, S. Bastide, R.Tenne and C. Levy-Clement, submitted.
  17. Stability of Hollow Nanoparticles of WS2 under Friction and Wear, L. Rapoport, Y. Feldman, H. Cohen, M. Lvovsky, Yu. Volovik, and R. Tenne, Tribology Conf., Leeds (1999).
  18. Nanoparticles of CdCl2 with Closed Cage Structure, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Twersky, Y. Rosenfeld Hachoen and R. Tenne, Proceedings of the Kirchberg Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials-Molecular Nanostructures (2000), AIP Conference Proc. 544, 441-446.
  19. Mechanisms of Ultra-Low Friction by Hollow Inorganic Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles, L. Cizaire, B. Vacher, T. Le Monge, J.M. Martin, L. Rapoport, A. Margolin and R. Tenne, Intl. Conf. of Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films (ICFTC), San Diego, April (2002).
  20. Modification of Contact Surfaces by Fullerene-Like Solid Lubricant Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinscky, Yu. Volovik, M. Lvovsky, O. Nepomnyashchy, R. Popovitz-Biro, and R. Tenne, Intl. Conf. of Metallurgical Coatings and Thin Films (ICFTC), San Diego, April (2002).
  21. Tribological Applications of Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles, L. Rapoport, V. Leshchinsky, I. Lapsker*, Yu Volovik, O. Nepomnyashchy, M. Lvovsky,R. Popovitz-Biro+ and R. Tenne, International Joint Tribology Conference (ASME/STLE), Cancum, Mexico, October (2002).
  22. Attachment of Single Multiwall WS2 Nanotubes and Single WO3-x Nanowhiskers to a Probe, I. Ashiri, K. Gartsman, S.R. Cohen, R. Tenne, Kirchberg Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials-Molecular Nanostructures, Kirchberg, April (2003).
  23. Mechanical Properties of Individual WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, K. Gartsman, R. Rosentsveig, V. Ivanovskaya, T. Heine, G. Seifert, H.D. Wagner, and R. Tenne, Kirchberg Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials-Molecular Nanostructures, Kirchberg, April (2004).
  24. Direct Tensile Tests of Individual WS2 Nanotubes, I. Kaplan-Ashiri, S.R. Cohen, K. Gartsman, R. Rosentsveig, V. Ivanovskaya, T. Heine, G. Seifert, H.D. Wagner, and R. Tenne, Mater. Sci. Forrum., 475-479, 4097-4102 (2005); The 5th Pacific Rim Intl. Conf. Adv. Mater. Process. Beijing, November (2004).
  25. Inorganic Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles as New Lubricant Additives: a Drug Delivery Mechanism, L. Joly-Pottuz, J.M. Martin, F. Dassenoy, C. Schuffenhauer, R. Tenne, and N. Fleischer, 3rd World tribology Congress, Washington, September (2005).
  26. Micro Raman Investigation of WS2 Nanotubes, K. Gartsman, I, Kaplan-Ashiri, R. Tenne, P. Rafailov, and C. Thomsen, Kirchberg Winterschool on Electronic Properties of Novel Materials-Molecular Nanostructures, Kirchberg, March (2005).
  27. Electric Transport Properties and H-1 NMR Study of the Fullerene-Like WS2 Nanoparticles,  F. Kopnov, G. Leitus, A. Yoffe, I. Feldman, A.M. Panich and R. Tenne, Phys. Stat. Solid. B, 243, 3290-3296 (2006).
  28. X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Tribology Studies of Annealed Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles, F. Kopnov, R. Tenne, B. Späth, W. Jägermann, H. Cohen, Y. Feldman, A. Zak, A. Moshkovith, and L. Rapoport, in the Proc. of NATO Advanced Study Institute, Functionalized Nanoscale Materials, Devices, and Systems, Sinaia, Romania (2007).
  29. Fullerene-Like MoS2 Nanoparticles and Their Tribological Behavior, R. Rosentsveig, A. Gorodnev, N. Feuerstein, H. Friedman, A. Zak, N. Fleischer, J. Tannous, F. Dassenoy and R. Tenne, Proc. Vien Nano09, Vienna, March (2009).
  30. Scaling-Up of the WS2 Nanotubes Synthesis, A. Zak, L. Sallacan-Ecker, A. Margolin,  Y. Feldman, R. Popovitz-Biro, A. Albu-Yaron, M. Genut and R. Tenne, IWFAC 2009, 9th Biennial International Workshop Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters, St. Petersburg, July (2009).
  31. Large Scale Synthesis of WS2 Nanotubes as Building Block for New Nanocomposites, A. Zak, L. Sallacan-Ecker, A. Margolin, M. Genut, R. Tenne, Proc. 6th Int'l. Conf. Cond. Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Tech., Dublin, June (2009).
  32. Medical Applications of Self-Lubricating Coatings with Fullerene-Like (IF) WS2 Nanoparticles, M. Redlich, A. Katz, G. Naveh, A.R. Adini, A. Gorodnev, L. Rapoport, A. Moshkovith, R. Rosentsveig and R. Tenne, 17th Intl. Workshop Tribology, Stuttgart, January (2010).
  33. Metallic Films with Fullerene-Like WS2 (MoS2) Nanoparticles: Self-Lubricating Coatings with Potential Applications, O. Eidelman, H. Friedman and R. Tenne, Proc. of the NATO-ASI meeting, Chisinau, July (2010), A. Vaseashta et al. (eds.), Technological Innovations in Sensing and Detection of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear Threats and Ecological Terrorism, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series A: Chemistry and Biology, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-2488-4_6, © Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2012.
  34. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerene-Like Nanoparticles: From the Lab to Applications, Proc. of the NATO-ASI meeting, Yerevan, October (2012), A. Vaseashta et al. (eds.).
  35. Nanoinduced Morphology and Enhanced Properties of Epoxy Containing Inorganic Fullerenes, M. Shneider, H. Dodiuk,  R. Tenne and S. Kenig, Proc. 29th meeting Polymer Process. Soc.-PPS-29, Nuremberg, July (2013).
  36. Fullerenes Fight Friction, Giant Inorganic Molecules Give Exceptional Performance as Dry Lubricants, M. Genut, N.A. Fleischer, A. Zak, L. Rapoport, R. Tenne, ECJ - European Coatings Conf. "Smart Coatings V", Berlin, May (2006).
  37. Impedance Characterization of SWCNT/WS2-NT Hybrid Films, V.K. Ksenevich, N.I. Gorbachuk, Н. Viet, A. Paddubskaya, A. Zak and R. Tenne, Nanomeeting- Phys. Chem. and Application, May, Minsk (2015).
  38. Electrical Properties of Carbon Nanotubes/WS2 Nanotubes (Nanoparticles) Hybrid Films, V.K. Ksenevich, N.I. Gorbachuk, H. Viet, M.V. Shuba, P.P. Kuzhir, S.A. Maksimenko, A.G. Paddubskaya, G. Valusis, A.D. Wieck, A. Zak and R. Tenne, 12th Biennial Intl. Conf. Advanced Carbon Nanostructures (ACNS’2015), St. Petersburg, July 2015. NANOSYSTEMS: PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY, MATHEMATICS 7 (1), 37–43 (2016).
  39. Optical Properties of Multilayer Films of Nanocomposites Based on WS2 Nanotubes Decorated with Gold Nanoparticles, A.Yu. Polyakov, A.V. Nesterov, A.E. Goldt, V. Zubyuk, T. Dolgova, L. Yadgarov, B. Vicic, A.A. Fedyaniv, R. Tenne and E.A. Goodilin, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 643, 012046 (2015); doi:10.1088/1742-6596/643/1/012046.
  40. Synthesis of WS2 Nanotubes, S.-J. Huang, C.-W. Tsao, W.-C. Wang, B. Visic and R. Tenne, The 40th Conference on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, CTAM2016, Hsinchu, Taiwan, November (2016).
  41. Can Inorganic Nanotubes Replace Carbon Nanotubes in Polymer Nanocomposites?" S. Kenig, H. Dodiuk and R. Tenne, Preprints PPS (polymer processing Society), Lyon, France, June (2016).
  42. Mechanical Properties Enhancement of Mg/WS2 Inorganic Nanotubes Metal Matrix Composites, S.J. Huang, C.-C. Lin, J.-Y. Huang and R. Tenne, 16th Israeli-Russian Bi-National Workshop 2017, July, Ariel University.
  43. Investigation of Single WS2 Nanotubes Leads to New Observations and Potential Applications, R. Tenne, 232nd meeting of the Electrochem. Soc., National Harbor MD, October (2017).
  44. Mechanical Properties Enhancement of MG/WS2 Inorganic Nanotubes Metal Matrix Composites, S.-J. Huang, C.-C. Lin, J.-Y. Huang and R. Tenne, Proc. of The Sixteenth Israeli - Russian Bi-National Materials Workshop 2017, MMC16, Ariel University, August (2017). ISBN 978-965-7632-16-1 p127-134.
  45. Strengthening of Mg/WS2 and Al/WS2 Inorganic Nanotubes Metal Matrix Composites, S.-J. Huang, W.-Y. Peng, B. Visic, A. Zak, C.-H. Ho, Y. Feldman, R. Tenne and A. Negash Ali, 10th Int. Conf. Mater., Tech. Modelling (MMT-2018), Ariel Univ., August (2018).

Submitted papers

  1. Charge Transfer in LnS-CrS2 (Ln=La, Ce, Gd) Misfit-Layer Compounds, F. Kampmann, L.S. Panchakarla, R. Gillen, C. Thomsen, R. Tenne and J. Maultzsch.
  2. YS-TaS2 and La1-xYxS-TaS2 (0≤x≤1) Nanotubes: a New Family of Misfit Layered Compounds, S. Hettler, M.B. Sreedhara, M. Serra, R. Popovitz-Biro, I. Pinkas, A.N. Enyashin, R. Tenne and R. Arenal.

Major write-up articles on my work

  1. Faux Fullerenes, Scientific American, p. 24, February (1993).
  2. Inorganic Material has Structure Similar to C60, Chem.&Eng. News 7.12.92, p. 23 (1992).
  3. Fullerenes Broaden Scientists’ View of Molecular Structure, Chem.&Eng. News 4.1.93, p. 29 (1993)
  4. Carbon Nanotubes, Physics Today, June 1996, p. 32 (1996).
  5. Hollow nanoparticles excel in lubrication, Chem.&Eng. News 23.6.97, p. 9 (1997)
  6. Hollow Nanoparticle Lubricants, Physics Today, September 1997, p. 9 (1997).
  7. Physics News in 1997 an addendum to APS News, Januray 1998 issue of the American Physcial Sociey bulletin summarizing the main achievements in physics for the year 1997, p.8 (1998).
  8. Nickel Chloride Forms Cages and Nanotubes, Chem.&Eng. News 5.10.98, p. 41 (1998). http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/bottomframe.cgi?7640scicon
  9. NiCl2 Molecular Magnets Form as Fullerenes and Nanotubes, MRS Bulletin, December 1998, p.6.
  10. Odds Are Good for Bucky Magnets, New Scientist 26.9.98, p. 17 (1998). http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg15921533.200-flying-start.html
  11. norganic Onions, A.P.E. York, Chem. Britain (now Chem. World), 36, 40-41 (2000).
  12. Inorganic Fullerenes, Onions, and Tubes, Andrew P.E.York, J. Chem. Edu., 81, 673-676 (2004). http://jchemed.chem.wisc.edu/Journal/Issues/2004/May/abs673.html
  13. Science and Technology: Pipe dreams; Nanotechnology, The Economist (London), 369 (iss. 8347-25.10.03) 98. http://www.economist.com/science/displaystory.cfm?story_id=E1_NTVVPQP
  14. Inorganic Nanotubes, Chem.&Eng. News, The coverstory of the 29.8.05 issue, 85, pp. 30-33 (2005). http://pubs.acs.org/cen/coverstory/83/8335inorganic.html
  15. Reshef Tenne named 2005 MRS Medalist for Inorganic Fullerenes, MRS Bulletin, 30, 750 (2005).
  16. Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerenes, Chemistry, A quaterly magazine of the ACS, September (2006). http://www.chemistry.org/portal/a/c/s/1/acsdisplay.html?DOC=Chemistry\chemfa06\chem_feat_nanotubes.html
  17. Tribochemistry, Chem.&  Eng. News, 24.10.05 issue, p.56. http://pubs.acs.org/isubscribe/journals/cen/83/i43/html/8343sci1.html
  18. Sizing Up Nano-MoS2 Properties, Chem. & Eng. News, 22.1.07 issue, 5, 36 (2007). http://pubs.acs.org/isubscribe/journals/cen/85/i04/html/8504scicon.html#3
  19. Report on the MRS Fall meeting, MRS Bulletin, 32 (3), 273 (2007). http://www.mrs.org/s_mrs/bin.asp?CID=8659&DID=193268&DOC=FILE.PDF&action=detail
  20. Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reshef_Tenne; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inorganic_nanotube
  21. Atomic Resolution, Nature Materials, 7, 169 (2008)  http://www.nature.com/nmat/journal/v7/n3/pdf/nmat2139.pdf
  22. In “Nano Focus”, C.-J. Liu, U. Burghaus, F. Besenbacher and Z.L. Wang, Eds. Preparation and Characterization of Nanomaterials for Sustainable Energy Production,  ACS Nano 4, 5517, 2010). PDF
  23. Physics Today, The Amer. Phys. Soc. monthly Bulletin, November 2010, p. 34.
  24. Physics Today, March 2014; Vol. 67, p. 22 http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/PT.3.2273.
  25. Wikipedia value on molybdenum disulfide (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molybdenum_disulfide).
  26. Wikipedia value on tungsten disulfide (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tungsten_disulfide).
  27. Wikipedia value on nanotubes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanotube).
  28. Wikipedia value on inorganic nanotubes (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inorganic_nanotube).
  29. Wikipedia value on Reshef Tenne (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reshef_Tenne).

Books referring to my work

  1. Inorganic Nanotubes, Chapter in the book Nanotubes and Nanowires, C.N.R. Rao (2006).
  2. Physics-text-book for elementary schools, Czech publishing house Fraus (2007).
  3. Micromechanism, Grolier Online encyclopedia (www.go.grolier.com) (2003).
  4. Nanotechnology - ABC book, Ed. Yu.D. Tretyakov, Publishing house: FIZMATLIT, Moscow (2008). ISBN: 978-5-9221-0901-7.
  5. Nanomaterials-An Introduction to Synthesis, Properties and Application. D. Vollath, WILEY-VCH (2008), Weinheim; pp. 300-304. 2nd Edition (2013).
  6. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,  A Collection of Reviews from Nature Journals, World Scientific (2009).
  7. Nanotubes and Nanowires, by CNR. C.N.R. Rao & A. Govindaraj, RSC Publications, 2011. Ch. 2, pp. 243-342. DOI 10.1039/9781849732840-00243
  8. Inorganic and Metallic Nanotubular Materials, Ed. T. Kijima, Topics in Applied Physics 117, Springer (2010). DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-03622-4.
  9. Nanoparticles-Nanocomposites-Nanomaterials, an Introduction for Beginners, D. Vollath, Wiley-VCH (2013).
  10. Nanowerkstoffe für Einsteiger, D. Vollath, ISBN 978-3-527-33458-2 - Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (2014)
  11. Theoretical Modeling of Inorganic Nanostructures, Symmetry and ab-initio Calculations of Nanolayers, Nanotubes and Nanowires, R.A. Evaretsov, Springer; in the series Nanoscience and Technology,Vol. 76, Ch. 9- Sulfides (2015); ISBN 978-3-662-44580-8; DOI 10.1007/978-3-662-44581-5.
  12. Clay Mineral Nanotubes: Stability, Structure and Properties (Ch. 1) in Stoichiometry and Materials Science - When Numbers Matter, H.A. Duarte, M.P. Lourenço, T.Heine and L. Guimarães. Dr. A. Innocenti (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0512-1, InTech, (2012). Available from:http://www.intechopen.com/books/stoichiometry-and-materials-science-when-numbers-matter/clay-mineral-nanotubes-stability-structure-and-properties-
  13. Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures for Renewable Energy Applications, Ed A. Qurashi, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA. doi: 10.1002/9781119008934 (2014).
  14. Stem-Cell Nanoengineering, in Ch. 5. Eds. H. Baharvand and N. Aghdami, Wiley-Blackwell, Hobboken NJ, ISBN 978-1-118-54061-9 (cloth) (2015).
  15. Theoretical Modeling of Inorganic Nanostructures, R.A. Evarestov, Springer, Hedelberg (2015). ISBN 978-3-662-44580-8; DOI 10.1007/978-3-662-44581-5.
  16. Finite Element Modeling of Nanotube Structures Linear and Non-linear Models, M. Awang, E. Mohammadpour and I.D. Muhammad, Springer, ISBN: 978-3-319-03196-5 (Print)  978-3-319-03197-2 (Online);  DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-03197-2.
  17. Nanomaterials, C.N.R. Rao and K. Biswas, John Wiley& Sons Inc, Hoboken, New Jersey. DOI 10.1002/9781118892671, ISBN:978-1-118-89267-1; 978-1-118-83254-7.
  18. Two-Dimensional Transition-Metal Dichalcogenides, A.V. Kolobov and J. Tominaga, Springer Sereis in Materials Science Vol. 239, ISBN 978-3-319-31449-5; ISBN 978-3-319-31450-1 (eBook); DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-31450-1.
  19. 1D Oxide Nanostructures Obtained by Sol-Gel and Hydrothermal Methods, C. Anastasescu,  S. Mihaiu, S. Preda and M. Zaharescu, Springer Briefs in Materials, ISBN 978-3-319-32986-4 ISBN 978-3-319-32988-8 (e-Book)
    DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-32988-8.
  20. Advances in the Chemistry and Physics of Materials: Overview of Selected Topics, Eds. S.J. George, C. Narayana and C.N.R. Rao, World Scientific (2019); ISBN 978-981-121-132-4.

 

Invited/keynote and plenary talks (Conferences & meetings)

  1. Charge Transfer across Cd-Chalcogenide/Aqueous Polysulfide Interface under Illumination and in the Dark, 160th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Denver, Col., USA (1981).
  2. Characterization and Optimization of Polysulfide Based Photoelectrochemical Cells Using Operational Parameters Derived by Optical and Electrochemical Methods, 160th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Denver, Col., USA (1981).
  3. Improved Opto-Electronic Performance of Semiconductors by Means of (Photo) Electrochemical Etching, International Electrochemical Society, Berkely, California, USA (1984).
  4. Passivation of Recombination Centers by (Photo) Electrochemical Etching of Semiconductor Surfaces, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Toronto, Canada (1985).
  5. Light Induced Etching of Semiconductors, Gordon Conference, Santa Barbara (1985). Short presentation.
  6. Low Bandgap Materials for Photovoltaic Application, 4th Bordeaux--Weizmann Meeting: Advanced Materials, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel (1986).
  7. Light Induced Etching of Semiconductors: Interplay Between Kinetics and Thermodynamics, 53rd Meeting of the Israeli Chemical Society, Ben-Gurion University.
  8. "Photoelectrodes semi-conductrices" (GRECO), Meeting of the French Photoelectrochemistry Group, Ecole Polytechnique Massy-Palaiseau (1988).
  9. Photoconductivity Measurements of the CdTe-ZnTe Superlattices, H. Strikman, D. Mahalu and R. Tenne, 7th International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy (IPS7), Chicago (1988). Short presentation.
  10. Passivation of Recombination Centers, 40th International Electrochemical Society Meeting, Kyoto, (1989).
  11. New Process for Optical Data Recording by Photoelectrochemical Etching (with C. Lévy-Clément), “Biochemical, Photonic and Electronic Processes of Molecular Functional Interfaces”, Tokyo (1989).
  12. Morphological and Optical Aspects of Rough Semiconductor Surfaces Produced by Photoelectrochemical Etching, in “The Chemistry and Physics of Composite Media”, Symposium  the Electrochemical Society Spring Meeting, Montreal, Canada (May 1990).
  13. Passivation of Semiconductor Surfaces Using Photoelectrochemical Etching, "Frontiers in Quantum Solar Energy Conversion", Nassfeld, Austria (1990).
  14. Passivation of Recombination Centers on Isotropic and Anisotropic Semiconductors, 1st US-Israel Energy Conversion Forum, Shoresh, Israel (1990).
  15. New Optical and Electronic Properties of Surface Modified WSe2, Symposium on "Semiconductor Photoelectrochemistry", Electrochemical Society Metting, Washington, USA (May 1991).
  16. Preferential Etching of Impurities from Semiconductor Surfaces, Symposium on "Electrochemical Microfabrication", Fall Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Phoenix, USA (October 1991).
  17. Tailoring Semiconductor Surfaces for High Photoresponse, "Frontiers of Electrocatalysis", Sapporo, Japan (September 1991).
  18. Gettering Deep Impurities from Semiconductor Surfaces Using Resonance Excitation Photoelectrochemical Etching: Fe from Cd0.98Fe0.02Se, M. Homyonfer, H.-H. Strehblow, W. Giriat, and R. Tenne, selected for the Late News Session of the II-VI-91 Conf., Okayama, Japan (September 1991). Published in J. Cryst. Growth 117, 1080 (1992).
  19. Porous Si and Opto-electronic Material, Annual Symposium of The Israeli Vacuum Society,   Tel Aviv (January 1992).
  20. How to get Impurities In and Out of Semicondcutors at Room Temperature, Symposium on Characterization of Semiconductor Thin Film and Interfaces, Fall (182th)  Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Toronto, Canada (October 1992).
  21. Vapor deposition of oriented W(Mo)S2 thin films, Symposium of the Israeli Assocation of Crystal Growth, Rehovot (November 1992).
  22. In the symposium on Synthesis in Solid State Chemistry, a Symposium in honor of Aaron Wold, ACS meeting, Denver (March 1993).
  23. In the symposium 5th Workshop: Frontiers in Quantum Solar Energy Conversion, Breil/Brigels, Switzerland (March 1993).
  24. Chemical Characterization and Opto-Electronic Properties of Porous n-Type Silicon Synthesized by Photoelectrochemical Etching. C. Lévy-Clément, A. Lagoubi, M. Neumann-Spallart, M.A. Ryan, and R. Tenne, symposium Solar Energy Conversion., Spring (183th)  Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Hawaii (May 1993).
  25. Layered metal dichalcogenide Semicondcutors: From Single Crystals to Nanocrystallites. Russia-Israel Binational symposium on Modern Materials, Tel-Aviv (January 1993).
  26. Nested Inorganic Fullerenes. Isr. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Ben-Gurion University (February 1994).
  27. Giant Nested Fullerenes of Molybdenum and Tungsten Dichalcogenides. R. Tenne et al., Electrochemical Society Fall Meeting, New Orleans (October 1993).
  28. Nested Fullerene-like Structures of MX2 , R.Tenne, L. Margulis and G. Hodes, New Trends in Photoelectrochemistry, Tokyo, March (1994).
  29. Inorganic Fullerenes, New England Section of the Electrochemical Society, December (1994).
  30. Inorganic Fullerenes, Department of Physics Club, MIT, December (1994).
  31. Inorganic Fullerene-like Structures and Nanotubes of MX2, Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Studies of 2-D Metal Chalcogenide materials, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Chicago (1995).
  32. American Chemical Society Meeting, Symposium: "Electrochemical Surface Science in the International Scene", Orlando August (1996).
  33. Inorganic fullerene-like material and nanotubes, and crystalline films on amorphous substrates, KU-Leuven-Weizmann symposium on Surfaces and Interfaces in materials, Leuven (1996).
  34. Inorganic Fullerene-like Materials from 2-D Layered Compounds, Euroconference: International Winter School on Fullerene and Fullerene Nanostructures, Kirchberg, March (1996).
  35. Diamond Electrochemistry, Gordon Conference on Diamond Research, Plymouth College (New-Hampshire), August (1996).
  36. 2-D Crystallization of Layered Metal Dichalcogenides on Amorphous Substrates, in Photoeffects at Semiconductor-Liquid Interface, 211 ACS Meeting, New Orleans, March (1996).
  37. Inorganic Fullerene-like Structures and Nanotubes of MX2 (M=W,Mo;X=S,Se), 1st Union of Israeli Materials Societies, Netanya, April (1996).
  38. Discussion leader in 3rd Europ. Workshop Electrochem. Processing Semiconductors, Paris, November (1996).
  39. Semiconductor/p-type Diamond Junctions, 192st meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Paris, September (1997) (not attended)
  40. Application of Inorganic Fullerene-like Materials as Tribological nanocomposites, R. Tenne et al., 191st Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Montreal, May (1997).
  41. Fundamental and Applications of Diamond Films, Tokyo, March (1997). (not attended)
  42. Inorganic fullerene-like structures: synthesis, characterization and potential applications, Isr. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (1998) *.
  43. Electrochemistry and photoelectrochemistry of inorganic fullerene-like MoS2 (WS2), 49th ISE Annual Conference, Kita Kyushu, Japan, September (1998) **.
  44. Inorganic fullerene-like materials, Meeting of the European Network on Nanotubes, NAMITEC-NEDO, Nantes, France, October (1997).
  45. Inorganic nanotubes, XII Intl. Winterschool, Electronic Frontier of Novel Mater., Kirchberg, Austria, March (1998).
  46. Tribological applications of inorganic fullerene-like materials, MRS fall meeting, "5th Intl. Meeting of Dynamics in Small Confining Systems", Boston, US, December (1998).
  47. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and nanotubes, MRS fall meeting, session on "Carbon Nanotubes, Fullerenes and Related Carbon Materials", Boston, US, December (1998).
  48. Diamond electrochemistry: a critical review, "2nd Intl. Symp. Diamond Electrodes", Univ. Tokyo, June (1998).
  49. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds, Isr. Chem. Soc. Symp. in Honor of Wolf Prize Recipients (G. Hertel and G. Somorjai), Tel-Aviv, May (1998).
  50. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds, Slovenia-Israel meeting New Mater., Ljubljana, August (1998).
  51. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compound**, 49th meeting Intl. Electrochem. Soc., Kitakyushu, September (1998).
  52. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds: status report, Electrochem. Ordered Interfaces, Sapporo, September (1998) **.
  53. Study of semiconductor interfaces with the Van de Graff, Symp. for the 40th Anniversary of the Rehovot Van de Graaff, Rehovot, October (1998).
  54. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds: status report, Binational Israel-Japan Symposium on Supramolecular Materials, Jerusalem, February (1999).
  55. Sixth Intl. Conf. Composite Eng., ICCE/6, July (1999) Orlando, USA (not attended).
  56. 3rd Intl. Mini-Symposium Diamond Electrochem. Related Topics, June, Tokyo (1999).
  57. 2nd Chemsitry and Physics of Multifuntional Materials, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain, September, 1999.
  58. Photoelectrochemistry symposium of the 196th Electrochem. Soc. Meeting, Hawaii (1999) (not attended)
  59. Nanotubes, The 9th Israeli Materials Engineering Conference (IMEC-9), Haifa, December (1999).
  60. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes, 18th Annual Meeting of the Isr. Vac. Soc., Weizmann Institute, November (1999).
  61. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes, Kirchberg Meeting, March (2000).
  62. 7th Annual Intl. Conf. on Composites Engineering, Denver, July (2000).
  63. Frontier-Science Research Conference, Science and Technology of Crystal Growth and Epitaxy, April, La Jolla, CA (2000).
  64. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds, Isr. Chem. Soc. Symp. in Honor of Wolf Prize Recipients (F. A. Cotton), Tel-Aviv, May (2000).
  65. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds, NTS, Zichron Yaakov, May (2000).
  66. Fullerene-like materials and nanotubes from inorganic layered compounds, 5th Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters, St. Petersburg, July (2001).
  67. Hollow nanoparticles of WS2 as superior solid lubricant, AGIL 2000 and Mediterranean Symp. Tribology, Jerusalem, November (2000).
  68. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes: from synthesis to applications, Nanotube 2001, Berlin, July (2001).
  69. First International Conference on Applied Statistical Physics: Molecular Engineering (ASTAPHYS-MEX-2001)" (July 2001). (not attended)
  70. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from layered compounds, Symposium on the Impact of solid state and materials chemistry on current technologies of the April ACS meeting, San-Diego (2001).
  71. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from layered compounds, 35th Meeting of the Isr. Micr. Soc., Technion, May (2001).
  72. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from layered compounds, EPFL-ETH-WIS-UCSB  meeting, Lausanne, September (2001).
  73. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from layered compounds, 2nd Japan-Israel  Symposium on Supramolecular Chemistry, Osaka, October (2001).
  74. Solid state synthesis and characterization of inorganic nanotubes and inorganic fullerene-like materials,  Intl. Symp. Solid State and Mater. Chem., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, December (2001).
  75. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from layered compounds, Workshop on Advanced Materails, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, December (2001). 
  76. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from layered compounds, Nanotec-01 Sussex University, September (2001)**.
  77. Applications of inorganic fullerene-like materials, 67th Isr. Chem. Soc., Jerusalem, January (2002).
  78. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from basic science to applications, Symp. Am. Comm. for the Weizmann Institute, Palm Beach, January (2002).
  79. Inorganic fullerene-like materials and inorganic nanotubes from basic science to applications, 14th US National Congress of Applied Mechanics, Virginia Tech, June (2002).
  80. Inorganic fullerene-like structures and inorganic nanotubes, new nanomaterials for electrochemistry, photoelectrochemistry and photocatalysis, IPS-14, Sapporo, August (2002).
  81. Inorganic fullerene-like structures and inorganic nanotubes, VIth Intl. Symp. on Self-Propogating High-Temperature Reactions, Haifa, February (2002).
  82. Inorganic fullerene-like structures and inorganic nanotubes, Nanoparticle Symp., 201st (Centenary) Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Philadelphia, May (2002).
  83. Tribological behavior of inorganic fullerene-like nanoparticles”, L. Rapoport and R. Tenne, Meeting of the Isr. Soc. Mater. Processing, Ramat Efal, October (2001).
  84. Recent progress in the synthesis and characterization of nanotubes and fullerene-like nanoparticles from 2-D layered compounds, Fullerenes and Nanotubes Symp., 201st ECS Meeting, Philadelphia (2002).
  85. Inorganic fullerene-like structures and inorganic nanotubes, new nanomaterials for electrochemistry, photoelectrochemistry and photocatalysis, Annual Meeting of the Electrochemical Soc. (Israeli Section), Bar-Ilan University, June (2002).
  86. Inorganic fullerene-like structures and inorganic nanotubes, Elsevier 3rd Intl. Conf. Inorganic Materials, Konstanz, September (2002).
  87. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials from layered compounds: from concept to applications, 7th FIGIPS Conf. on Inorganic Chemistry, Lisbon, June (2003)*.
  88. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials from layered compounds: from concept to applications, Gordon Research Conference, Oxford, September (2003).
  89. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials from layered compounds: from concept to applications, World Technology Summit 2003, New York, April (2003)*.
  90. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, The Gerischer Symposium (opening session), 203rd ECS Meeting, Paris, May (2003).
  91. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, from concept to applications*, Inter. Mater. Congress. Cancun, Mexico, August (2003)*.
  92. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, Gordon Conference, "Modern Developments in Thermodynamics", Ciocco in Castelvecchio Pascoli, Toscany, May (2003), (not attended)
  93. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, “Nanotubes-03”, Seoul, Korea, July (2003).
  94. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, “NanoCenter Inaguration Symp.”, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, November (2003).
  95. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, The 5th Pacific Rim Intl. Conf. Adv. Mater. Process, Bejing, November (2004).
  96. 3rd Singapore International Chemical Conference (SICC-3), Singapore, December 2003 (not attended)
  97. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, ESF Conf., “From Clever Molecules to Smart Materials Euroconference”, Tomar, Portugal, September (2004).
  98. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, Germany-Israel meeting on Nanochemistry, Marburg, May (2004).
  99. New inorganic nanoparticles: from concept to applications, Day of Science of the Weizmann Institute in the UN Headquarters, New York July (2003).
  100. New inorganic nanoparticles: from concept to applications, Discourse for the Weizmann Friends in the UK, Royal Institution of London May (2004).
  101. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials, Frontiers in Chemical Physics Workshop, U. of Tennessee, February (2004).
  102. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, Poland-France-Israel Meeting on Spectroscopy of Modern Materials, Poznan, September (2004).
  103. Discussion leader of the Materials Section, World Technology Summit, San Franciso, October (2004).
  104. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, Sweden-Israel Forum on Applications of Nanotechnology for Water Treatment, October (2004).
  105. Inorganic nanomaterials: from concept to applications, “Science on Sea” (Weizmann Institute Cruise), October (2004).
  106. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, The 1st Intl. Conf. on One Dimensional Nanomaterials, Taipei, January (2005).
  107. Mechanical properties of inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials (IF), Isr Chem. Soc. Meet., Tel-Aviv, February (2005).
  108. Inorganic Nanomaterials, Europ. Ceram. Soc., Portoroz, Slovenia, June (2005). (not attended)
  109. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, German-Israeli Meet. Nanotubes Nanowires, Dresden, June (2005).
  110. The use of electron microscopy in the research of inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like material., XII Intl. Conf. Microscop. Solids, Kazimierz Dolny, Poland, June (2005)**.
  111. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, Univ. Louis Pasteaur-Weizmann Institute Meet., Strasburg, September (2005)**.
  112. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, Annual meeting of the Nano-Center of Tel-Aviv University, Maagan, April (2005)**.
  113. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, special seminar, Univeristy of California at Los Angeles, May (2005).
  114. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, Nanowires symposium, Annual meeting, Am. Inst. Chem. Eng. (AIChE), Cincinnati, October (2005).
  115. Inorganic nanotubes and fullerene-like materials: from concept to applications, Eco-Nano Conference, Tel-Aviv University, May (2005).
  116. New nanomaterials from concept to applications, Symposium “Research-Training in Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies:  Current Status and Future Needs”, EU Headquarter, Brussels, April (2005).
  117. 71st Isr. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2006)*.
  118. Jubilee Symposium on Nanotechnology of Bar Ilan University May (2006).
  119. International Conference of Nanoscience and Technology (ICONSAT 2006), New Delhi, March (2006).
  120. E-MRS, Nice, France, June (2006).
  121. MRS Meeting (MRS Medal presentation), Boston, November (2005)**
  122. 7th Isr. Sec. Electrochm. Soc., Bar-Ilan Univ., March (2006)*.
  123. 12th Isr. Mater. Eng. Conf. (IMEC-12), March (2006)*.
  124. MRS- Fall meeting, Boston, November (2006).
  125. FullMat IHP network of the EU, Budapest, April (2006)*.
  126. Isr. Innov. Summit, Haifa, April (2006)**.
  127. Micro- to Nano-Photonics ROMOPTO Meeting, Sibiu, Romania, August (2006)*.
  128. Minerva School on Biological and Bio-inspired Materials, Berlin, May (2007).
  129. NATO Advanced Study Institute, Functionalized Nanoscale Materials, Devices, and Systems, Sinaia, Romania (2007).
  130. IUMRS-ICAM 2007, International Conference on Advanced Materials, Bangalore, October (2007).
  131. Israel-Taiwan meeting on Advanced Nanotechnologies, Jerusalem, May (2007).
  132. First International Meeting on Recent Developments in the Study of Radiation Effects in Matter. Playa del Carmen, Q. Roo, México, December (2006).
  133. Lectures to professors and students via Video Conferencing at the invitation of Prof. Atta‑ur‑Rahman, FRS Chairperson, the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, October (2007)
  134. LASERION 2007, Schloss Ringberg, Germany July (2007)
  135. Israel-Germany Workshop on HRTEM, Technion City, Haifa, October (2006)
  136. 4th All-Russian Kargin conference, "Polymer Science for 21st Century”, Moscow, January (2007)
  137. First Symposium on Transition Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures (TMCN07), Dresden, March (2007)#
  138. German workshop on Nanowires and Nanotubes, Fulde, June (2007)**
  139. EPFL colloquium, Lausanne, October (2007)
  140. 17th Symposium Cond. Matter Phys.- SFKM 2007,  Serbian Physical Society, Vrsac, September (2007)#.
  141. IUPAC Workshop on Advanced Materials, Krabi, Thailand, December (2008). Conference was canceled
  142. High-Accuracy Nanomechanical Research in the Nordic Countries, Helsinky University of Technology, May (2007)**
  143. Ukraine-Israel binational workshop, Beer Sheva, September (2007)
  144. 9th Workshop on Nanooscience and Nanotechnology, Sofia, November (2007)#
  145. Industry-Academia Workshop on Nanotubes Applications, Technion, November (2007)#
  146. Americas Innovation Forum (Forom Interamericano de Innovacion), Montevideo (Uruguay), April (2008).
  147. FOREMOST Project semi-annual meeting, Weizmann Institute, February (2008)#
  148. US-Airforce-MAFAT (Israel) Nanotechnology meeting, San Francisco, April (2008)
  149. NanoBio Conference, NATO ARW, St. Petersburg, June (2008)
  150. Legal Conference: Law meets Industry: Biosciences Patents, Haifa University, June (2008)
  151. Transition Metal Chalco/ Halide Nanostructures (TMCN 2008), Portorož, Slovenia, May (2008)**
  152. Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Cleveland, OH, May (2008)
  153. Molecules & Materials: New Directions, Bangalore, India, December (2008)
  154. Vien-Nano 09, 3rd Vienna Intl. Conf. Nanotech, Vienna, March (2009)*
  155. “1st Julius Springer Forum for App. Phys.” (under the auspices of 4 Nobel Laureates) Harvard University, September (2008)
  156. Israel Nano, 1st Isr. Conf. Nanosci. & Nanotech., Jerusalem, March (2009)*
  157. Intl. Conf. Quantum Transport and Fluctuations Nanoscale, Montenegro, September (2008)#
  158. 9th Intl. Fullerene Conference (IWFAC 2009), St. Petersburg, July (2009)*#
  159. Intl. Conf. on Boundary Lubrication, Seville, April (2009)**
  160. TMCN-09, Workshop on Nanostructures of Metal Chalcogenides and Halides, Taormina-Sicily, May (2009)
  161. Israel Chemical Society 74th meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2009)*
  162. CM 2009 and MFPT 2009 (Mechanical Failure Analysis Conf.), Dublin, June (2009)**
  163. NanoDam, Sabanci Univ., Turkey, June (2009)**
  164. Israel-China Workshop on Tribology, Technion, June (2009)
  165. BCEIA 2009, Beijing, November (2009)**
  166. 17th Intl. Colloq. Tribol., Stuttgart, January (2010)
  167. MRS Spring meeting, San Francisco, April (2010)
  168. Meeting of the Ambulatory Orologists, Kfar Blum, June (2009)
  169. INNT01, 1st workshop on Inorganic Nanotubes, San Sebastian, September (2009)#
  170. CIMTEC 2010 - 12th Intl. Ceramics Cong. & 5th Forum New materials, Montecatini Term, June (2010)
  171. RussNano 2nd Intl. Conference on Nanostructures, Moscow, October (2009)
  172. 240th ACS National Meeting (Division of Fuel Chemistry), Boston, August (2010)**
  173. NATO-ASI School on Bionanotechnology, Chisinau-Moldava, June (2010)
  174. The 14th Israel Materials Engineering Conference, IMEC-14, December (2009)**
  175. Colloquium at iNANO, University of Aarhus, Denmark, March 2010.
  176. 7th Intl. Conf. Condition Monit. (CM2010), Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, June (2010)**
  177. The 5th Intl. Conf. on Nanotech. for the Plastics Industry, Shenkar College, Ramat Gan, February (2010)#
  178. Board of Governors Meeting, Ben-Gurion Univ., May (2010)*
  179. ICONSAT 2010, Intl. Conf. Nano Sci. & Tech., Mumbai, February (2010)**
  180. 1st European Inorganic Chemistry Conference (EICC), Manchester, April (2011)*
  181. Colloquium of Materials Sci.& Eng., Stanford University, April (2010)
  182. NMP (Nanotechnology-materials-production of FP6 and FP7) advisory board workshop, Brussels, November (2010)
  183. E-MRS Symp. 11 E: From photophysics to optoelectronics of zero- and one-dimensional nanomaterials, Nice, May (2011)
  184. TMCN11, Lausanne, June (2011)
  185. Joint workshop at Northwestern Univ of NWU, Israel and JNC-Ceneter Jakkur-India, March (2011)#
  186. XIX Medeleev Congress on General and Applied Chemistry, Volgograd, September (2011)**
  187. The Ruđer Bošković 300th year memorial symp., Dubrovnik, May (2011)
  188. MRS, Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April (2012)
  189. Workshop in honor of Prashant Khamat, Univ. Pierre et Marrie Curie (Paris VI), July (2011)
  190. SloNano, Ljubljana, October (2011)#
  191. The 9th Intl. Conf. Condition Monitoring Machin. Failure Prevent. Tech. (CM 2012), London (2012)
  192. Israel Academy of Sciences entrance session, Jerusalem, December (2011)
  193. PICO 2012 Symposium/70th Birthday Colloquium honoring Knut Urban, Jülich, February (2012)
  194. International Federation of Nonlinear Analysts Conference (IFNA), Athens, June (2012)**
  195. Nano Technology-Materials and Composites for Frontier Applications (NANOCON 012), Pune, Oct. (2012)*
  196. 2nd Adriatic School on Nanoscience (ASON‐2) Dubrovnik, September (2012)#
  197. TMCN12, Mainz, July (2012)
  198. Frontiers of Science- Weekend Popular Science Seminar, Maleh Hachmisha, May (2012)
  199. 8th Annual Turkish Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Congress- NanoTk VIII, Ankara, June (2012)
  200. Engineering Conference International meeting, Barcelona, September (2013)
  201. IUMRS-ICAM conference, Qingdao, China, August (2013)*
  202. 2nd EuCheMS Inorganic Chemistry Conf., Jerusalem, July (2013)**
  203. “Flatlands Beyond Graphene”, Jacobs University, Bremen, July (2013)#
  204. Workshop of “COINAPO” COST action, Ercolano (Naples), March (2013)#
  205. Symp. Z, MRS Spring meeting, San Francisco, April (2013)
  206. Ort-Braude 4th Industry-Academia Conf., Carmiel, March (2013)*
  207. Minerva Meeting on Nano-education, Weizmann Institute, March (2013)*
  208. Convention of Urologists, Kfar Blum, May (2013)**
  209. “Bangalore India Nano”, Bangalore, December (2013)*
  210. “Advanced Materials: Current Trends and Future Prospects”, Manali (India), May (2014)
  211. 15th Asian Chemical Congress (ACC), August, Singapore (2013)
  212. “Enhanced Functionalities in 5d Transition Metal Compounds from Large Spin-Orbit Coupling”, Telluride (US), July (2013)#
  213. NANO14, Moscow, July (2014)**
  214. NanoIsrael14, Tel Aviv, March (2014)*
  215. COMPO 2014, Nanocomposites, Biocomposites, and their Interfaces, WIS, April (2014)
  216. Flatland Beyond Graphene, Dublin, July (2014)
  217. Am. Phys. Soc. (APS) March meeting, Denver, March (2014)- could not make it for technical reasons.
  218. Cambridge-JNCASR Winter School on "Frontiers in Materials Science", Bangalore, December (2013)
  219. Directions of Materials Science, Bangalore, November (2013)
  220. CECAM workshop on Two-dimensional inorganic materials (2DIM): property simulations from band structure to devices, Lausanne, January (2014)
  221. MANA Intl. Symp., Tsukuba, March (2014)
  222. ECAPD 2014, Vilnius, July (2014)-
  223. 7th Intl. Conf. Mater. Sci. and Cond. Matter Phys., Chisinau, September (2014)*
  224. MRS Fall meeting, Boston, December (2014)#
  225. Shechtman conference, Cancun, June (2014)
  226. The Europe-Africa Polymer Processing Society meeting, Tel-Aviv, October (2014)*
  227. Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties, Lviv, September (2014)
  228. MPI-Gölm-Weizmann Inst. Minerva meeting on Functional Materials, Potsdam, November (2014)**
  229. Conference of Orthopedics, Tel-Aviv, November (2014)
  230. Isr. Acad. Sci.-Leopoldina 50 years of cooperation, Jerusalem, November (2015)
  231. ACNS2015, 12th Int. Conf. Adv. Carbon  Nanostr., St. Petersburg, June (2015)*
  232. E-MRS: Symposium V: Bioinsp. Biointegrated Materials as Frontiers Nanomater., Lille, May (2015)
  233. 80th Israel Chemical Society meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2015)
  234. 39th National Mechanical Eng., Taipei, Taiwan, November (2015)*
  235. Nanotechnology from Academia to Industry, Holon Institute of Technology (HIT), Israel, April (2015)
  236. Symposium Honoring Ori Cheshnovsky, Tel Aviv Univ., March (2016)
  237. Materials Chemistry Conference, Valencia, Spain, March (2016)**
  238. Flatlands- Beyond Graphene, Bled, Slovenia, July (2016)*
  239. Collaborative Conference on 3D and Materials Research (CC3DMR), Incheon, Korea, June (2016)
  240. 12th Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Conference (NANOTR-12), Istanbul, June (2016)*#
  241. Topology Meets Materials, WIS-MPI-Dresden workshop, Rehovot, February (2016)
  242. Material Technologies and Modeling Conference, MMT-2016, Ariel University, Ariel, July (2016)*
  243. Materials Chemistry Conf., Berlin, July (2017)
  244. E-MRS Spring meeting: Symp.k: Bioinspired Nanomaterials, Strasburg, May (2017)**
  245. Flatlands- Beyond Graphene-17, Lausanne, Switzerland, August (2017)
  246. 232nd ECS Meeting, National Harbor, Maryland, USA, October (2017)
  247. "3rd SALVE Symposium - instrumentation and application, low-dimensional structure preparation, property calculation-", Ulm University, December (2017)
  248. Dan Meyerstein 80th birthday Symp., Ariel University, Ariel, October (2018)
  249. Flatlands-Beyond Graphene-18, Leiptizg, Germany, September (2018)
  250. Special plenary lecture in Ariel University, Ariel, January (2018)*
  251. 3rd Erwin Schrödinger Symposium 2018 of the Erwin Schrödinger Society for Nanosciences: Progress in Interfacial Nanosciences, Dornbirn, Austria, July (2018)**#
  252. Italy-Israel Meeting on Materials Science, Catania, October (2018)
  253. Chemistry Colloquium, Weizmann Institute of Science, April, Rehovot (2018)
  254. The 5th Intl. Conf.: Advances in Synthesis and Complexing, RUDN University, Moscow, April (2019)*
  255. 10th International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies (ICMAT 2019), Symp X - Von Hippel Award Symposium in Honor of Prof CNR Rao FRS, Singapore, June (2019)
  256. Lecture at the Institute for Organic Solar Cells (LIOS), Johannes Kepler University of Linz, hosted by the Austrian Academy of Sciences, June (2018)
  257. The 10th Int. Conf. Mater. Tech.&Modeling (MMT-2018), Ariel University, Ariel, August (2018)
  258. Solution Processed Thin Films, Quantum Dots and Solar Cells, in honor of Prof. G. Hodes, WIS, Dec. (2018)
  259. 10th Intl. Conf. Mater. for Adv. Tech. (ICMAT 2019), “Symp X - Von Hippel Award Symp. in Honour of Prof CNR Rao FRS”, Singapore, June (2019)**
  260. APS March meeting, Boston, March 2019
  261. Mini-course on 2D-Materials, CITEC, Brno, January (2019)
  262. Perspective on 2D materials, Flatlands beyond Graphene, Toulouse, July (2019)**
  263. Winter-school on 2D-Materials, Weizmann Institute, January (2019)
  264. Breaking Resolution Barriers in Electron Imaging, Weizmann Institute, April (2019)
  265. Int. Union Vac. S&T Assoc. (IVC-21) Congress, Malmo, July (2019)*
  266. 11th ann. Rec. Prog. Graphene and 2D Mater. Res. Conf. (RPGR2019), Matsui,, Japan, Oct. (2019)
  267. MMT 20 Conf. honoring 75th Michael Zinigrad birthday, Ariel Univ., Sep. (2020)
  268. CIMTEC,15th Intl. Ceramics Cong. & 9th Forum on New Mater., Montecatini Terme, Italy, June (2020)
  269. 22nd Sede Boqer Symposium on solar energy research, Sede Boqer, September (2019)
  270. Israel-Italy Binational Workshop on 2D-Materials, Bar-Ilan University, November (2019)**
  271. HeteroCarbNano 2020, Benasque (Spain), December (2019)
  272. Chemistry Colloquium, Bar-Ilan University, December (2019)
  273. Advances in Inorganic Chemistry (www.panch2020.sci.muni.cz), Brno, June (2020)*
  274. Perspective on 2D materials, Flatlands beyond Graphene, Canary Islands (Spain), September (2020)**
  275. The 7th Int. Workshop on Adv. Spectroscopy and Optical Mater. (IWASOM-20), Gdansk (Poland), July (2020)
  276. Directions in Materials Research, JNCASR Bangalore, June (2020). Cancelled*

* Plenary talk

** Keynote speaker

# Opening session     

Advisory boards of international and national meetings

  1. 69th Israel Chemical Society Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2004)
  2. E-MRS Symposium: Current Trends in Nanoscience-from Materials to Applications, Strasburg, June (2005)
  3. Union of Mater. Res. Soc.-Intl. Conf. on Adv. Mater. (IUMRS-ICAM), Bangalore, October (2007)
  4. Nanotubes and Nanowires symposium, E-MRS, Strasburg, May (2007)
  5. ASI-NATO School, Sinaia, June (2007)
  6. 72th Israel Chemical Society Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2007)
  7. E-MRS Symposium: Science and Technology of Nanotubes and Nanowires, Strasburg, June (2007)
  8. TMCN sereis, Transition Metal Chalcogenide/Halide Nanostructures anual meetings series, (2007-2011)
  9. Intl. Conf. Nano Science & Technology, ICONSAT 2010, IIT, Bombay, February (2010)
  10. UK Condition Monitoring Series, Intl. Conf. on NDT, June (2009-2011)
  11. NanoIsrael 2009, Jerusalem, March (2009)
  12. COST action COINAPO final meeting, Heraklion, October (2013)
  13. Directions in Materials Science, Bangalore, November (2013)
  14. International Conference on Nanoscience + Technology 2014 (ICN+T 2014), Vail (CO), July (2014)
  15. Intl. Conf. Nano Sci. Tech. (ICONSAT-14)- India Nanosci. Conf., Chandigarh, March (2014)
  16. Co-convener a session on nanocomposites in Nano 14, Moscow, July (2014)
  17. HeteroNanoCarb 2015, Benasque (Aragon), December (2015)
  18. Flatlands- Beyond Graphene series (2012- )
  19. Nanoparticles at the Interface Between Biology and the Materials World, Weizmann Inst., July (2015)
  20. Program committee, NanoIsrael2016, February (2016)
  21. ACNS2015, 12th Int. Conf. Adv. Carbon  Nanostr., St. Petersburg, June (2015)
  22. Adv. Mater. Energy, Environ. and Health (ICAM 2016), Ind. Inst. Tech. Roorkee, India, March (2016)
  23. Adv. Mater., Manufact., Manage. and Thermal Sci. (AMMMT-2016), Siddaganga Inst. Tech., Tumkur, India, April (2016)
  24. HeteroNanoCarb 2017, Benasque (Aragon), December (2017)
  25. Materials Chemistry Conf., Berlin, July (2017) 
  26. Nanocon 18, 4th Intl. Conf., Nanotech…., Bharati Vidyapeeth Univ., Pune, India, Oct. (2018)
  27. ChemPhysMat 2019 Conf. Honoring the 85th birthday of CNR Rao, Bangaluru, India, February (2019)
  28. HeteroNanoCarb 2019, Benasque (Aragon), December (2019)
  29. NANOCON 020, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune, India, October (2020)        

Conference (co-) chairperson  

  1. 4th Bordeaux--Weizmann Institute Annual MeetingAdvanced Materials, Co-Chair with Prof. O. Kedem, Weizmann Institute (1986)
  2. As active member of the board of the Israeli Vacuum Society and its president I chaired a number annual meetings and workshops of this society between 1992 to 1996
  3. Weizmann Institute-ETH (Zurich)/EPFL (Lausanne) Forrum on Advanced Materials, Rehovot (February, 2000)
  4. ETH (Zurich)/EPFL (Lausanne)-UC Santa-Barbara- Weizmann Institute Forrum on Advanced Materials, Lausanne (September, 2001). Co-charing with Prof. N. Setter (EPFL)
  5. The Gerischer Symposium, Electrochem. Soc. Meet., Paris (April 2003), Co-Chair with C. Levy-Clement, P. Kamat, W. Jaegermann
  6. Italy-Israel Meeting. Adv. Topics Mater. Res., Co-Chair with L. Addadi and D. Cahen, Weizmann Institute, November (2003)
  7. German-Israeli Symp. Nanotubes and Nanowires, Co-Chair with Prof. Dr. G. Seifert, Dresden (June, 2005)
  8. Minerva School on Biological and Bio-inspired Materials, Harnack Haus, Berlin, with P. Fraztl, H. Juergen-Butt, and M. Gottlieb, May (2007)
  9. First symposium on Transition metal chalcogenide nanostructures (TMCN07), Dresden, with D. Tomanek and G. Seifert, March (2007)
  10. Symp. Honoring the 80th Birthday of Prof. Moshe Levy (November 2007)
  11. TMCN10, Transition Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures, Weizmann Institute, April (2010)
  12. NanoIsrael 2012, Tel-Aviv, March (2012)
  13. China-Israel meeting on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Tel-Aviv, March (2012)
  14. Minisymposium in honor of the 85th Birthday of Prof. E. Grunbaum, Weizmann Institute, March (2012)
  15. COINAPO (COST action) workshop “inorganic-polymer nanocomposites”, Weizmann Institute, November (2012)
  16. Symposium O- Beyond Graphene, MRS Spring meeting, San Francisco, April (2013)
  17. IUMRS-ICIAM13, D1. Low-dimensional Nanomaterials for Nanodevices, Qingdao, September (2013)
  18. Israel-Greece Symp. Nanoscience, nanophotonics and bionanotechnology, Weizmann Inst., October (2014)
  19. MRS 2013 Fall meeting, Co-chair of Symp. Beyond Graphene: 2D Atomic Layers and van der Waals Solids, Boston, Decmeber (2013)
  20. Nanoparticles at the Interface Between Biology and the Materials World, (satellite event to Flatlands beyond Graphene 2015) Weizmann Institute, July (2015)
  21. Nanotechnology from Academia to Industry-2016, Holon Institute of Technology, May (2016)
  22. Israel-India Workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Weizmann Institute, February (2016)
  23. 2nd Israel-Greece Joint Meeting on Nanotechnology and Bionanoscience, Heraklion, October (2016)
  24. 1st Israel-Turkey Joint Meeting on Nanoscale Sci. and Nanotech., Weizmann Institute, December (2017)
  25. 3rd Meeting on Nanotechnology: from Academia to Industry, Holon Institute of Technology, May (2017)
  26. Memorial lecture in honor of the late Prof. Mildred S. Dresselhaus by S. Iijima, Weizmann Institute, May (2017)
  27. 4th Meeting on Nanotechnology: from Academia to Industry (NATI), Holon Institute of Technology, May (2018)
  28. Co-chair, Winter-school on 2D Materials, Weizmann Institute, January (2019)
  29. Workshop on New Accelerators in Israel, Israel National Academy of Sciences, Jerusalem, May (2019)
  30. 5th Nanotechnology from Academia to Industry-2019, Holon Institute of Technology, June (2020)
  31. Advanced Microscopy and Spectroscopic of Nanostructures, Weizmann Institute, September (2020)

Session chairperson

  1. 2nd International Conference on II--VI Compounds, Aussois, March (1985).
  2. Symposium on Semiconductor-Electrolyte Interfaces at the Electrochemical Society Meeting, Montreal, May (1985).     
  3. Panel Member- Photoelectrochemical Cells, 6th International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage Solar Energy (IPS6), Paris (1986).          
  4. Photoelectrodes Semiconductrices (GRECO), Ecole Polytechnique, Massy-Palaiseau (1988).               
  5. European Workshop on “Electrochemical Processing of Semiconductors”, Berlin (1989).     
  6. Symposium on “Fractals and Porous Surfaces”, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Montreal, May (1990).
  7. Symposium on “Photoelectrochemisrty ”, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Wahsington, May (1991).
  8. Symposium on “Characterization of Thin Film Semiconductors and Interfaces ”, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Toronto, October (1992).
  9. "New Trends in Photoelectrochemistry", Tokyo, March (1994).
  10. Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Studies of 2-D Metal Chalcogenide materials, Electrochemical Society Meeting, Chicago, October (1995).
  11. Israel Chemical Society session in the AGIL (Union of Materials Societies of Israel), Jerusalem, May (1996).
  12. Sde Boker conference on Solar Energy Conversion, March (1996).
  13. International symposium on Fullerenes, Jerusalem, May (1996).
  14. 3rd  Intl. Meeting on New Trends in Photoelectrochemistry, Estes Park, USA, May (1997).
  15. Fullerene symposium, 191th Electrochemical Society Meeting, Montreal, May (1997).
  16. 4th FGIPS Meeting in Inorganic Chemsitry, Korfu, October (1997).
  17. Israeli Vacuum Society/Israeli Association of Crystal Growth joint meeting (Fall 1997).
  18. Inorganic nanotubes, XII Intl. Winterschool, Electronic Frontier of Novel Mater., Kirchberg, Austria, March (1998).
  19. 49th ISE Annual Conference, Kita Kyushu, Japan, September (1998).
  20. 10th Intl. Conf. Vapor Growth and Epitaxy (ICVGE-10), Jerusalem (1998) and 12th Intl. Crystal Growth Conf (ICCG-12), Jerusalem (1998) (pleanary and regular sessions).
  21. Diamond electrochemistry: a critical review, "2nd Intl. Symp. Diamond Electrodes", Univ. Tokyo, June (1998).
  22. 49thIntl. Electrochem. Soc. Meeting, Kitakyushu, Spetember (1998).
  23. Binational Israel-Japan Symposium on Supramolecular Materials, Jerusalem, February (1999).
  24. 64th Israel Chemical Society Meeting, Bar-Ilan University, March (1999).
  25. 65th Israel Chemical Society Meeting, Ben-Gurion University, February (2000).
  26. Annual Conf. Isr. Mechanical Eng., Beer-Sheva, June (2000).
  27. 66th Israel Chemical Society Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2001).
  28. 20thIsr. Vacuum Soc. Annual Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2001).
  29. EPFL-ETH-WIS-UCSB meeting, Lausanne, September (2001).
  30. Israel Vacuum Soc. annual meeting, Tel-Aviv, June (2001).
  31. 5th Fullerenes and Atomic Clusters, St. Ptersburg, July (2001).
  32. NT01, Potsdam, July (2001)
  33. XIIth International Symposium on Supramolecular Chemistry (ISSC XII), Israel, Summer (2002).
  34. Nanotec-01, Sussex University, September (2001)
  35. ETH (Zurich)/EPFL (Lausanne)-UC Santa-Barbara- Weizmann Institute Forrum on Advanced Materials, Lausanne (September, 2001). Co-charing with Prof. N. Setter (EPFL)
  36. XXII Intl. Union Cryst. Cong., Geneva, August (2002)
  37. Opening session (with C. Lévy Clement), The Gerischer Symposium, 203rd ECS Meeting, Paris, May (2003)
  38. Opening session, IUVSTA-Isr. Sci. Found. Workshop, Electronic Processes and Sensing on the Nanoscale, Weizmann Institute-Eilat, May (2003)
  39. Opening session, Annual Meeting of the Isr. Vacuum Soc., Tel-Aviv, October (2003)
  40. Plenary Session,  IMEC-11, Israel Materials Engineering Conference, Haifa, December (2003)
  41. Opening Session, Italy-Israel Meeting. Adv. Topics Mater. Res. Weizmann Institute, November (2003)
  42. Opening plenary session, 69th Isr. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2004)
  43. Poland-France-Israel Meeting on Spectroscopy of Modern Materials, Poznan, September (2004)
  44. The 5th Pacific Rim Intl. Conf. Adv. Mater. Process, Bejing, November (2004)
  45. Scanning Probe Microscopy Israel 2005, Holon Inst. Tech., June (2005)
  46. NT-06, Nagano, June (2006)
  47. First Intl. Meeting on Recent Developments in the Study of Radiation Effects in Matter, Playa del Carmen, Q. Roo, México, December (2006)
  48. MRS Fall meeting, “Nanotubes and Nanowires” symposium, Boston, November (2006)
  49. Bioinpsired Materials, Minerva sponsored school, Berlin, May (2007)
  50. LaserIon 2007, Schloss Ringberg, near Munich, July (2007)
  51. IMEC-13, Isr. Mater. Eng. Conf., Haifa, December (2007)*
  52. Holland-Israel Symp. on Adv. Mater., Weizmann Institute., November (2007)*
  53. Isr. Vacuum Soc. Meeting, Tel Aviv, October (2008)
  54. 74thIsr. Chem. Soc., Tel-Aviv, February (2009)
  55. Jacob Klein 60th Anniversary Symp., Weizmann Inst., June (2009)
  56. 17th Intl. Colloq. Tribology, Stuttgart, January (2010)
  57. 1st workshop on Inorganic Nanotubes (INT-1), San Sebastian, September (2009)
  58. 6th and 7th Intl. Conf. Condition Monit. (CM2009 and 2010), Dublin & Stratford-upon-Avon, UK, June (2010)**
  59. IMEC-14, 14th Israel Mater. Eng. Conf., Tel Aviv, December (2009)
  60. ICONSAT 2010, Intl. Conf. Nano Sci. & Tech., Mumbai, February (2010)
  61. 240th ACS National Meeting (Division of Fuel Chemistry), Boston, August (2010)*
  62. LaserIon 2010, Schloss Ringberg, July (2010)
  63. NanoIsrael 2010, Tel-Aviv, November (2010)
  64. 76th Isr. Chem. Soc. Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2011)
  65. Nanocon12, Pune, India, October (2012)
  66. MRS meeting (Beyond graphene-O symp.), March (2013)
  67. COINAPO meeting, Ercolano, March (2013)
  68. 2nd EuCheMS, Inorganic Chemistry Conf., Jerusalem, July (2013)**
  69. Nanowires-13, Weizmann Institute, November (2013)*
  70. Directions in Materials Science, Bangalore, November (2013)
  71. Memorial session to Prof. E. Grünbaum, Isr. Soc. Microscopy annual meeting, May (2014)
  72. COMPO2014, Weizmann Institute, May (2014)
  73. ECAPD 2014, Vilnius, July (2014)
  74. MRS Fall meeting, Boston, December (2014)
  75. Coherence and Control in the Quantum World, Weizmann Institute, December (2014)
  76. E-MRS: Symposium V: Bioinsp. Biointegrated Materials as Frontiers Nanomater., Lille, May (2015)
  77. ACNS2015, 12th Int. Conf. Adv. Carbon  Nanostr., St. Petersburg, June (2015)*
  78. Flatlands- Beyond Graphene, Bar-Ilan University, July (2015)
  79. Nanoparticles at the Interface Between Biology and the Materials World, Weizmann Institute, July (2015)
  80. HeteroNanoCarb 2015, Benasque (Aragon), December (2015)
  81. NanoIsrael 2016, Tel Aviv, February (2016)
  82. Israel-India Workshop on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Weizmann Institute, February (2016)
  83. Flatlands- Beyond Graphene, Bled, Slovenia, July (2016)*
  84. Materials Chemistry Conference, Valnencia, Spain, March (2016)
  85. 2nd Greece-Israel meeting in Nanotechnology and Nanobiosciences, Heraklion, October (2016)
  86. E-MRS Spring meeting: Symp.k: Bioinspired Nanomaterials, Strasburg, May (2017)
  87. 82nd Annual Israel Chemical Society Meeting, Tel-Aviv, February (2017)
  88. 3rd Meeting on Nanotechnology: from Academia to Industry, Holon Institute of Technology, May (2017)**
  89. Italy-Israel Meeting on Materials Science, Catania, October (2018)
  90. Winter-school on 2D Materials, Weizmann Institute, January (2019)
  91. Flatlands Beyond Graphene, Toulouse, September (2019)*
  92. Symp. commemorating G. M. J. Schmidt's 100th birthday anniversary, Weizmann Institutue, October (2019)
  93. Jacob Klein 70th Anniversary Symp., Weizmann Inst., April (2020)

* Opening session

** Plenary session

Organizing committee of conference and symposia

  1. Bat-Sheva Seminar on Metal Electrolyte and SemiconductorElectrolyte Interfaces, Ein-Gedi (1981)    
  2. World Energy Conference, Tiberias, (1988)     
  3. 54th Annual Meeting of Israel Chemical Society, Weizman Institute (1989)    
  4. 1st US-ISRAEL Energy Forum, Shoresh (1990)
  5. Japan -Israel Symposium"Organized Molecular Structures", Weizmann Institute, (1991)
  6. New Trends in Photoelectrochemistry 2 (NTP-2), Tokyo, Japan (1994)
  7. UK-Israel binational symposium"Frontiers in Surface Science", Tel-Aviv, (1994)
  8. 7th Israel Materials Engineering Conference, Haifa, (1994)
  9. International sympoium on Fullerenes, Jerusalem, (1996)
  10. Israel-India Materials Symposium, Jerusalem, (1996)
  11. 3rd Intl. Meeting on New Trends in Photoelectrochemistry (NTP-3), Estes Park, USA (1997)
  12. 0th Intl. Conf. Vapor Growth and Epitaxy (ICVGE-10), Jerusalem (1998) and 12th  Intl. Crystal Growth Conf. (ICCG-12), Jerusalem (1998)
  13. 4th Intl. Meeting New Trends in Photoelectrochemistry (NTP-4), Nice, France (1999)
  14. 66th Annual Meeting Isr. Chem. Soc., Tel-Aviv, February (2001)
  15. Supramolecular Chemistry (ISSC XII), Tel-Aviv (2002)
  16. IMEC-11, Israel Materials Engineering Conference, Haifa, December (2003)
  17. Eco-Nano, Tel-Aviv Univ., May (2005)
  18. IMEC-12, Beer Sheva, March (2005)
  19. 72th Annual Meeting Isr. Chem. Soc., Tel-Aviv, February (2006)
  20. Electrochem. Micro and Nanosystem Technologies- EMNT-2008, Dead Sea, September (2008)
  21. RBNI Winter School of the Technion: Topics in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Dead Sea, February (2008)
  22. NanoIsrael, Jerusalem, February (2009); Tel-Aviv, November (2010); Tel-Aviv  March (2014)
  23. Beyond Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes: 1D and 2D Systems…, MRS Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April (2013)
  24. 1D Nanomaterials for Nanodevices symp., IUMRS-ICAM 2013, Quingdao, August (2013)
  25. Nanocomposites and Hybrid Nanomaterials, Nano 2014, Moscow, July (2014)
  26. COINAPO (COST-action) final meeting (http://www.coinapo-crete.eu/Events/Details), Heraklion, Oct. (2013)
  27. Flatlands beyond graphene15, Bar-Ilan Univ., July (2015)
  28. ACNS2015, 12th Int. Conf. Adv. Carbon  Nanostr., St. Petersburg, June (2015)