- Teaching Related (Coordinator - Math)
- Teaching Related (Coordinator - Service Courses)
- 203-1-1281 Physics 1 For Students Of Physics (Lecturer), 2022A
- 203-2-5191 Introduction To String Theory (Lecturer), 2022 B
- MSc student, Shani Avitan
- MSc student, Anne Hausmann
- MSc student, Hagar Meir
- MSc student, Lilian Saiegh
- PhD student, Yotam Sherf
- PhD student, Tom Shindelman
- PhD student, Tamar Simhon
- PhD student, Yoav Zigdon
Past graduate students *
- Ira Wolfson, PhD (2019)
- Itay Raveh, MSc (2019)
- Ira Wolfson, MSc (2018)
- Daniel Levy, PhD (2018)
- Yael Raveh, MSc (2018)
- Amos Yarom, PhD (2018)
Past undergraduate students ** Past students / postdocs data might be incomplete
Quantum gravity & quantum black holes
Are Einstein's equations and general relativity compatible with quantum mechanics? In spite of intense efforts over the last 40 years by some of the best physicists we still do not know the answer .
I study the properties of black holes and other space-times with horizons to probe the laws of quantum gravity. Based on our recent research, our proposed answer is: Yes. The apparent incompatibilities between general relativity and quantum mechanics originate from the extreme approximation of treating spacetime as a strictly classical geometric object.
The early universe is used as a theoretical laboratory for studying fundamental physics, the laws of gravity and quantum mechanical aspects of matter under extreme conditions.
We study models of cosmic inflation in the early universe and dark energy in the late universe and their possible realizations in quantum field theory and string theory models.
Our recent research focuses on models of high-scale inflation which produce an observable signal of gravitational waves in the cosmic microwave background.