The B.Sc program takes typically 3 years, during which students will acquire a strong and broad background in various aspects of classical and quantum physics, as well a comprehensive set of advanced mathematical tools. A B.Sc degree in Physics at the Racah Institute prepares graduates for successful careers outside academia, or to advanced degrees in physics.
The M.Sc program typically spans 2 years, and aims at developing advanced knowledge and skills in physics and mathematics and at preparing excellent students for a leading professional career or doctoral studies. The students of this program will take advanced courses in modern physics and will carry out forefront research projects in physics.
The Ph.D program at the Racah Institute provides the ground for outstanding Physics students to devote themselves to cutting edge scientific research at the highest level, in one (or more) of the leading research groups of the Racah Institute. Ph.D graduates of the institute take their place among the nation’s scientific leaders, in both academia and industry.
Contact the school staff
Chairman of the Physics Studies - Prof. Hagai Eisenberg
Assistant to Chairman of Physics Studies - Idit Mor Kline
Secretary of Physics Studies - Natali Ashkenazi, Reception Hours: Sunday-Thursday 08:00-12:00,13:00-15:30
First year advisor - Prof. Eytan Katzav, Reception Hours: By appointment by email
Second year advisor, semester A - Prof. Ronen Rapaport, Reception Hours: By appointment by email
Second year advisor, semester B - Prof. Dror Orgad, Reception Hours: By appointment by email
Third year advisor, semester A - Prof. Barak Kol, Reception Hours: By appointment by email
Third year advisor, semester B - Prof. Hadar Steinberg, Reception Hours: By appointment by email
MSc advisor - Dr. Michael Smolkin, Reception Hours: By appointment by email