PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Eric Akkermans
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No of theses 16
Department Physics
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Ovdat Omrie 2019 PhD Abstracts Scale and Parity Symmetry Breaking in Graphene: Universality, Discrete Scale Invariance and Vacuum Charge
Gitelman Dor 2017 PhD Abstracts Physical Properties of Self-Similar Systems- applications to Fractals and Quasiperiodic Tilings
Levy Eli 2016 PhD Abstracts Topological Properties of Quasiperiodic Chains: Structural and Spectral Analysis
Goren Tal 2016 PhD Abstracts Study of the Dynamics of Quantum Vacuum Using Ramsey Interference
Shpielberg Ohad 2016 PhD Abstracts Non Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics: Electric Networks, Energy Forms and the Additivity Principle
Gero Aharon 2008 PhD Abstracts Cooperative Effects in the Multiple Scattering of Photons by Atomic Gases
Assaf Ohad 2007 PhD Abstracts Intensity Correlations in the Multiple Scattering of Light by Cold Atomic Gases
Gangardt Dimitry 2002 PhD Abstracts Effects of Interactions in Mesoscopic Systems
Gov Nir 1998 PhD Characterization of Superfluidity of 4He
Narevlclus Romanas 1997 PhD Some Properties of the Magnetic Response of Mesoscopic Quantum Systems
Roth Yehuda 1996 PhD Induced Currents in Thin Samples
Goft Amit 2020 MSc Abstracts Hubbard Model on Bipartite Lattices: Zero Modes and Entangled Spin States
Diamant Moshe 2010 MSc Abstracts Effect of Polarization on Coherent Back Scattering
Schtalheim Amos 2007 MSc Abstracts Screw Dislocations in a Mesoscopic Smectic A Liquid Crystal Phase
Kushnir Maria 2005 MSc Abstracts Transport and Weak Localization of Spin S Particles: Application to the Atom-Photon System
Gangardt Dimitry 1996 MSc Semiclassical Analysis of Interacting Electrons