School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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The group of Prof. Ady Arie studies spatial and spectral wave phenomena in the fields of nonlinear optics, electron microscopy, plasmonics and hydrodynamics. The research in the lab in recent years focuses on methods of generating special beams, such as self-accelerating and non-diffracting beams and on novel methods for characterizing their properties.
Prof. Ady Arie is the head of TAU's center for Light-Matter Interaction.

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://www.tau.ac.il/~roichman/

 


The Roichman group specializes in holographic optical trapping, which we use to manipulate and drive microscopic objects. We use and develop a variety of optical microscopy techniques to image these objects, and image analysis to study their motion and morphology. Our main interest is in studying the underlying physical processes that govern the mechanics, self-organization, dynamics, and statistics of complex fluids out of thermal equilibrium.

School of Physics and Astronomy
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://www.tau.ac.il/~haimsu

The research in the Suchowski lab specializes in ultrafast phenomena at the nanoscale. Our research is focused on merging the extreme temporal resolution of few cycle mid-infrared ultrashort pulses with the extreme spatial resolution of near field microscopy (NSOM) in order to provide a window into spatio-temporal ultrafast dynamics nanoscale resolution.

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://www6.tau.ac.il/talschwartz/

The group of Dr. Schwartz studies the interaction of organic molecules with light inside photonic nanostructures and develops novel methods to control the photophysical and chemical properties of molecules by confining the electromagnetic field into sub-wavelength regions. We use advanced nanofabrication and spectroscopic methods, aiming to understand how the dynamics of molecules are affected by coupling to resonant optical devices, focusing primarily on the strong light-matter coupling regime.

 

Department of Physical Electronics, School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Web: http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/~tal/neolab

The Nanoscale Electro Optics lab aims to study the fundamentals of light-matter interactions at the nanoscale in order to develop the next generation of electro-optical devices. We are interested in a wide variety of applications such as: optical switches, biological and chemical detectors, ultra-small lasers, frequency converters and solar cells.

 

School of Physics and Astronomy
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://www.tau.ac.il/~shimshon/

The group of Prof. Shimshon Barad is conducting experimental research in several sub-fields of modern optics, including nonlinear optics, quantum optics, and ultrafast optical spectroscopy. At present the research in nonlinear optics focuses on the fluid-like propagation of light in self-defocusing nonlinear media, and the possibility of using this analogy to hydrodynamics to construct an all-optical analog event horizon and demonstrate analogs of Hawking radiation.

Department of Physical Electronics, School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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The group of Dr. Bahabad is engaged in various aspects of the optical sciences, such as – the use of temporally accelerating light fields to control nonlinear optical processes, engineering atomic-like resonances into nano-photonic devices, temporal super-resolution and macroscopic control of extreme frequency conversion processes.

 

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://www3.tau.ac.il/cheshnovsky

 


Our group is involved in the characterization of nano-objects and in developing experimental methods for the detection and characterization of individual nano-objects.
Super resolution microscopy for the observation and chemical characterization of nano-objects and nanostructures. Special emphasis is made on label-free methods, avoiding the labeling of the objects with fluorescent dyes. The methods are well tailored for nano-material research.

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: www.nanobiophotonix.com

The Ebenstein lab specializes in many areas of optical imaging and spectroscopy with emphasis on single molecule detection and development of imaging based techniques. Our research is focused on the application of novel imaging and optical detection approaches to genomic studies and biomarker detection.

Department of Physical Electronics
School of Electrical Engineering

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Web: http://web.eng.tau.ac.il/~ginzburg/

'Dynamics of Nanostructures' Laboratory studies various aspects of light-matter interactions in a presence of dynamically changing environment. The lab has three sub-divisions: (i) optical lab, (ii) anechoic chamber for performing radio frequency experiments, and (iii) theoretical/computational group for supplementing experimental activities.

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: https://sites.google.com/site/terahertzandultrafastlab/

The group of Dr. Fleischer studies the interaction of gas and liquid phase molecules with intense single-cycle terahertz fields (THz). We utilize THz fields to induce orientation of gas phase molecular ensembles and study their rotational responses, with the aim of achieving control over the angular distribution of gas phase molecules.

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://chemistry.tau.ac.il/markovich/

The Markovich lab studies physical properties of nanocrystals and nanostructures. In particular, in recent years the group has been focusing on chiroptical properties of inorganic nanostructures. Chiroptical properties may appear in such materials either by making chiral inorganic nanostructures or by interacting achiral structures with chiral molecules. The group has been one of the leading contributors to this newly evolving field.

School of Physics and Astronomy
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: http://tailus.tau.ac.il/

The group of Dr. Pomerantz investigates how intense light can accelerate particles to high energies. They use these particles to study frontier areas of science at the meeting point between Material Science, Plasma Physics and Nuclear Physics. Their experimental activities are conducted both on the local laboratory and on intense laser facilities abroad.

 

School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Web: http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/~kobys/

The NanoPhotonics Laboratory research is focused on the optics of nanometer scale objects and devices. In particular, the research involves Nano-photonic and plasmonic components for holography, imaging, telecommunication and sensing. We also work on Bragg and Photonic Crystals (Ph.C.) based lasers and resonators, slow light, optical polymers, nonlinear optics and secure communication.

 

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Web: http://paloma.eng.tau.ac.il/~omni

The Biomedical Optical Microscopy, Nanoscopy and Interferometry Research Group is a part of the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Nano Center of Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. The group performs a multidisciplinary research involving optical engineering, optical imaging and sensing in biological systems, optical therapy, and biophysics.

School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Boris Malomed, a chaired professor (chair on Optical Solitons) current h-index: 65 (Web of Science), 66 (Scopus), 77 (Google Scholar)

The research work of Boris Malomed has been focused on theoretical studies of nonlinear waves and nonlinear dynamics in optics, matter waves (Bose-Einstein condensates), dissipative media (usually modeled by equations of the Ginzburg-Landau type), dynamical lattices, and in related systems.

School of Chemistry
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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In the attoChemistry group of Dr. Fleischer we study, image and control the electronic processes accompanying chemical reactions down to the atomic scale and their natural sub-femtoseconds to attosecond timescale (one femtosecond = 10-15 seconds, one attosecond = 10-3 femtoseconds). We develop a machine (which we call “attoCamera”) capable of producing an ultrafast "movie" of real-time electronic evolution in molecules, with resolution of few attoseconds. 

School of Physics and Astronomy
Faculty of Exact Sciences

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Web: https://en-exact-sciences.tau.ac.il/profile/lahini

Yoav’s group is focused on the experimental study of soft matter and biophysical systems using smart illumination and advanced imaging, microscopy and nanoscopy techniques.

School of Electrical Engineering- Physical Electronics

Faculty of Engineering

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Web: http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/~gover/

Research interest:

  • Particle-wave duality and fundamental quantum electronics aspects in free electron interaction with laser radiation.
  • Spontaneous and stimulated radiative emission from spatially sculptured and temporally modulated quantum electron wavefunction.
  • Free Electron Laser (FEL) and Dielectric Laser Accelerator (DLA).

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Website: biskerlab.com

The Bisker group develops optical nanosensors using fluorescent nanoparticles to probe living systems at the nano-scale.

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Web: http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/~gannot/

Research Interests

  • Optical biopsy-optical diagnostic methods in medicine
  • Laser tissue interaction
  • Fibers and waveguides for medical applications
  • Lasers and optics in medicine

School of Electrical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

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Web: http://www.eng.tau.ac.il/research/laboratories/photonics/

The research in our group is predominantly applied and focuses on technologies and studies involving optics and acoustics. Major research efforts are devoted to development of distributed fiber sensors for applications such as intrusion detection, monitoring transportation, structural health monitoring, seismic sensing and more. Another research activity is related to biomedical sensing. Using the photoacoustic and the acousto-optic effects methods for sensing and measurement of biomedical parameters and signals are being developed.