After a successful pilot, the Faculty-Students meetings are back!
In an attempt to strengthen the connections between students and professors, last year the Racah Institute launched a pilot “Take your Professor to Lunch: Faculty-Students Meetings”.
In this series of meetings, small groups of undergrad students and professors gathered at the Physics Students Club in a relaxed and informal environment to chat over lunch on scientific and non-scientific subjects. Read more about "Take your Professor to Lunch: Faculty-Students Meetings" are back!
The Racah Institute is honored to launch this year's colloquium series on Monday, Oct. 28 at 12:00 in the Levin Hall with Prof. Tsvi Piran's talk on "The Origin of Gold (and other R-process elements)". Read more about Launching the Physics Colloquium: "The Origin of Gold" Prof. Tsvi Piran
Warm greetings to Dima Farfurnik, a Ph.D student at the Bar-Gill Lab, for winning this year's Chorafas prize.
Each year the prize is awarded to a single student at the Hebrew University. Dima is the first Physics student receiving it.
Prof. Tsvi Piran, working with a group of other researchers, decoded the mechanism for gamma-ray bursts following an eruption observed last January. Now, in a paper published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, he describes how a stream of particles moving toward us at close to light speed emits the gamma radiation. Read more about "The mechanism for gamma-ray bursts from space is decoded" - Prof. Tsvi Piran
גז קר ולא חם: פריצת דרך בהבנת אופן היווצרות גלקסיות
חוקרים מהאוניברסיטה העברית הצליחו לאשש תצפיתית תיאוריה שמנבאת היווצרות גלקסיות על ידי זרמים של גז קר. פרופ' אבישי דקל, הוגה התיאוריה וחבר בצוות שאישש אותה: "מדובר במהפכה בתחום, המספקת הבנה חדשה לחלוטין של איך נוצרות גלקסיות" Read more about "Multi-filament gas inflows fuelling young star-forming galaxies" Prof. Avishai Dekel.
The Hebrew University's Quantum Information Science Center invites you to explore the breadth and depth of quantum science, through a series of lectures by world leaders in the fields of quantum computational complexity, physical realizations of quantum processors, verifiability of quantum dynamics, and more.
This series aims at bringing together the broad community of quantum researchers in Israel, spanning physics, computer science, math, chemistry and engineering.
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 Read more about Quantum Science Perspectives - Lecture 3 "NP-complete Problems and Physics"
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