Welcome

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:26-Apr-2015 Sunday,14:30:00
Type: Theor./Math. Physics Seminar
Speaker: Prof. Benard Derrida
Title: The depinning transition in presence of disorder

Date:27-Apr-2015 Monday,14:30:00
Type: Colloquium
Speaker: Prof. Reinhard Genzel
Title: Harvey Prize Lecture: Massive Black Holes

Date:27-Apr-2015 Monday,12:30:00
Type: Scientific Discoveries
Speaker: Prof. Eran Elinav
Title: A gut feeling- the surprising roles of our endogenous bacteria in health and disease

Date:27-Apr-2015 Monday,11:30:00
Type: High Energy Physics Seminar
Speaker: Vera Nepomnyashy
Title: MFV-like Flavored Gauge Mediation

Date:29-Apr-2015 Wednesday,14:30:00
Type: Astrophysics Seminar
Speaker: Prof. Reinhard Genzel
Title: The formation and evolution of massive galactic disks

Date:29-Apr-2015 Wednesday,13:00:00
Type:
Speaker: Anton Livshits
Title: Influence of external physical fields on symmetry breaking in regenerating hydra

Date:29-Apr-2015 Wednesday,12:30:00
Type: Special Seminar - Solid State Institute, Technion
Speaker: Mr. Yonatan Plotnik
Title: "Photonic Topological Insulators"

Date:03-May-2015 Sunday,14:30:00
Type: Theor./Math. Physics Seminar
Speaker: Prof. I. Dana
Title: Hall Effect in Floquet Systems: Generic Superweak Chaos, Quantum and Topological Properties

Date:04-May-2015 Monday,14:30:00
Type: Colloquium
Speaker: Beena Kalisky
Title: TBD

Date:04-May-2015 Monday,12:30:00
Type: Scientific Discoveries
Speaker: Prof. Oded Shoseyov
Title: Nano Bio Mimetic; Materials for the Future