Physics and Electro-Optics(15)

  • Quantum Simulation with Trapped Ions in a Gradient Field (No. T4-1965)

    Progress in a broad range of scientific and technological fields is hampered by the difficulty of understanding and predicting the behavior of highly complex systems. ... Read more
    Full Professor Roee Ozeri

    Roee Ozeri

    Faculty of Physics

    6151
  • Atomic Magnetometer with Increased Coherence Time for Improved Magnetic Fields Measurements (No. T4-1928)

    Atomic magnetometers are the most precise magnetometers to date and are often used in applications ranging from medical to military uses. The use of atomic magnetometers is often limited in resolution when measuring low frequency signals due to short coherence time (mSec time scale). ... Read more
    Full Professor Roee Ozeri

    Roee Ozeri

    Faculty of Physics

    6208
  • Rapid Phase Retrieval by Lasing (No. T4-1879)

    Reconstruction of structures from their scattered intensity distributions is heavily exploited in a range of disciplines, with common methods limited when phase information is lost. ... Read more
    Full Professor Nir Davidson

    Nir Davidson

    Faculty of Physics

    6130
  • Optical Bus for a Multi-Core Processor (No. T4-1863)

    The exponential increase in computational power over the last decades is running into a bottle-neck – the only way of getting more computing power per chip is to integrate multiple-cores, but the problem with multiple-cores is the complex wiring system, used for inter-core communication. ... Read more
    Full Professor Ulf Leonhardt

    Ulf Leonhardt

    Faculty of Physics

    5704
  • Composite Functional Metasurfaces for Multispectral Achromatic Optics (No. T4-1845)

    A new technology for producing flat optical components based on optical metasurfaces. These components can potentially serve high resolution imaging, spectrometry, light processing and beam shaping devices. ... Read more
    Emeritus Yehiam Prior

    Yehiam Prior

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5689
  • Inertial NEMS for Nanosensor Applications Based on Inorganic Nanotubes (No. T4-1828)

    Inertial sensors for motion detection are being incorporated into an increasing number of portable devices, including diverse IoT applications, mobile phones, wearable electronics, automotive systems and medical diagnostic sensors. ... Read more
    Emeritus Tenne Reshef

    Tenne Reshef

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5674
  • Inertial NEMS for Nanosensor Applications Based on Inorganic Nanotubes (No. T4-1828)

    Inertial sensors for motion detection are being incorporated into an increasing number of portable devices, including diverse IoT applications, mobile phones, wearable electronics, automotive systems and medical diagnostic sensors. ... Read more
    Full Professor Ernesto Joselevich

    Ernesto Joselevich

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5674
  • Nanoscale Electronic Spin Polarizer and Enhanced Magnetoresistance for Memory Applications (No. T4-1816)

    Spintronics has a large impact on daily life, being the backbone of computing and electronic applications. The reduction in the size of spintronic elements is of central importance for efficient information processing. ... Read more
    Associate Professor OREN Tal

    OREN Tal

    Faculty of Chemistry

    6205
  • Detection of Short Dispersed Pulse Signals (No. T4-1802)

    Reflection of short pulses is a widely used method to detect objects in the space (RADAR, SONAR & LiDAR). However, when the pulse passes through dispersive media, the pulse arrival to the detector is delayed, and the signal could be degraded. ... Read more
    Full Professor Avishay Gal-Yam

    Avishay Gal-Yam

    Faculty of Physics

    5656
  • Detection of Short Dispersed Pulse Signals (No. T4-1802)

    Reflection of short pulses is a widely used method to detect objects in the space (RADAR, SONAR & LiDAR). However, when the pulse passes through dispersive media, the pulse arrival to the detector is delayed, and the signal could be degraded. ... Read more
    Associate Professor Eran Ofek

    Eran Ofek

    Faculty of Physics

    5656

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