He is an experimental physicist who studies quantum optics and other related topics. His work investigates what happens to photons, the fundamental particles that light is made of, when they are sent through opaque materials. This method may potentially have applications such as imaging through the skin or communicating through fog. Dr. Bromberg has co-authored 31 peer reviewed articles, is known as an excellent collaborator, and has already had an impact on the scientific community. At the same time, he is extremely committed to his teaching, and hopes to expose as many people as possible to the joy of doing science.Visit Website
This is an extremely important issue, both fundamentally and technologically, that may provide an insight into the emergence of cooperative phenomena in electronic materials and, potentially, to the development of novel devices with advanced functionality, such as low-power computers. Recognized as someone who is “brimming with new ideas,” Ivry’s scientific activity has earned him prestigious prizes and awards including the Horev Fellowship, the British Council Chevening Award, the Klein Prize, and a Nokia Fellowship. He has delivered lectures at prestigious conferences and seminars in his research field and has published and reviewed papers for leading scientific journals.
He hopes his research will lead to dramatically lowering the cost and size of neutron generators, eventually leading to more widespread use of intense laser systems for research and for social applications. To promote high intensity laser research in Israel, Dr. Pomerantz co-founded the Conference on High Intensity Lasers in Israel (CHILI.)
At Weizmann, Dr. Spiegel’s independent research group attempts to identify the molecular and cellular mechanisms through which experience alters the structure and function of neural circuits in the brain in behaviorally relevant ways and to understand how these processes, when they go awry, might give rise to psychiatric disorders. Dr. Spiegel has three daughters.