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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 Assa Auerbach,
Dean of Physics Department

Upcoming Events

Date:26-Mar-2017 Sunday,14:30:00
Type: Theor./Math. Physics Seminar
Speaker: Dr Daniel Rohrlich
Title: Quantum correlations as global fluctuations

Date:27-Mar-2017 Monday,14:30:00
Type: Colloquium
Speaker: Prof. Daniel S Fisher
Title: Can evolution be understood quantitatively?

Date:27-Mar-2017 Monday,15:00:00
Speaker: Prof. Edl Schamiloglu
Title: Recent Advances in High Power Microwave Source Research at the University of New Mexico

Date:27-Mar-2017 Monday,12:30:00
Type: Scientific Discoveries
Speaker: Prof. Yosi Avron
Title: The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2016: Topology and Quantum Mechanics

Date:28-Mar-2017 Tuesday,14:30:00
Type: Solid State Seminar
Speaker: Daniel Fisher
Title: How much sex is enough?

Date:28-Mar-2017 Tuesday,13:00:00
Speaker: Prof. Ady Hershcovitch
Title: Economical Viable, Power Efficient Plasma Technique for Rapid Water Disinfection, Pharmaceutical & Industrial Chemical Degradation

Date:29-Mar-2017 Wednesday,14:30:00
Type: Special Seminar
Speaker: Daniel Fisher
Title: Learning from microbial evolution experiments and DNA sequencing of populations

Date:29-Mar-2017 Wednesday,11:00:00
Type: Joint Particle Physics Seminar
Speaker: Matthias Schlaffer
Title: Scaleless supersymmetry

Date:02-Apr-2017 Sunday,14:30:00
Type: Statistical & Bio Seminar
Speaker: Hanna Salman
Title: TBA

Date:03-Apr-2017 Monday,00:00:00
Type: Conference
Title: The Epoch of Reionization with LOFAR: The current status and future prospects