The Department of Physics at Technion seeks to educate the next generation of scientists and to equip them with skills to explore and to better understand the physical world. Our department is at the forefront of contemporary research in a wide range of fields in physics.
In addition, the Physics Department operates a number of centers for interdisciplinary research, that facilitate interactions with other departments at the Technion, and create an Institute-wide atmosphere of cooperation.

Professor Noam Soker,
Dean of Physics Department

Upcoming Events

Date:30-Nov-2014 Sunday,14:30:00
Type: Theor./Math. Physics Seminar
Speaker: Prof. Satya Majumdar
Title: Tracy-Widom distribution and third order phase transition

Date:01-Dec-2014 Monday,14:30:00
Type: Colloquium
Speaker: Prof. Yaron Silberberg
Title: Quantum Walks in Photonic Lattices

Date:02-Dec-2014 Tuesday,14:30:00
Type: Solid State Seminar
Speaker: Eric Akkermans
Title: Fractal behavior of polaritons in a quasi-periodic potential : a quantum simulator of topological systems

Date:03-Dec-2014 Wednesday,14:30:00
Type: Astrophysics Seminar
Speaker: Assaf Horesh
Title: TBD

Date:08-Dec-2014 Monday,14:30:00
Type: Colloquium
Speaker: Tomer Volansky
Title: TBD

Date:09-Dec-2014 Tuesday,14:30:00
Type: Solid State Seminar
Speaker: Yonathan Anahory
Title: Scanning SQUID-on-tip microscopy of vortex matter

Date:09-Dec-2014 Tuesday,10:30:00
Type: Plasma Physics
Speaker: Leonid Beilin
Title: Nanosecond timescale plasma formation in pressurized gases in the presence of high-intensity electromagnetic field

Date:11-Dec-2014 Thursday,14:30:00
Type: Low-Temp seminar
Speaker: Yachin Ivry
Title: How do collective interactions emerge? Superconducting and ferroic systems at the nanoscale

Date:14-Dec-2014 Sunday,14:30:00
Type: Theor./Math. Physics Seminar
Speaker: Prof. Daniel Ueltschi
Title: Loop soups in 3D and models of statistical mechanics

Date:15-Dec-2014 Monday,14:30:00
Type: Colloquium
Speaker: Dr. Liza Huijse
Title: Exploring phases of quantum matter with supersymmetry, holography and entanglement entropy