Prof. Eli Sloutskin
building 206, room 208
- Experimental studies of phase transitions in colloids.
- Quantitative real-time 3D confocal microscopy, holographic optical tweezing, and light scattering techniques.
- Crystal nucleation.
- Non-crystalline solids: structural measurements to reveal the physics of glass formation.
- Interfacial phenomena in colloidal and molecular systems.
- Senior Lecturer, Bar-Ilan University, 2009 - present
- Postdoctoral research associate, Harvard University, 2007 - 2009
- Ph.D., Physics, Bar-Ilan University, 2007 (with highest distinction)
"Surface Ordering in van-der-Waals and Coulomb Liquids”
- M.Sc., Physics, Bar-Ilan University, 2002 (Cum Laude)
"Surface Ordering in Binary Mixtures”
- B.Sc., Physics, Bar-Ilan University, 2000 (Cum Laude)
84-182: Physics for chemists 2
- Non-crystalline solid packings (sediments) of colloidal spheres;
- Phases and phases transitions in systems of non-spherical hard colloids (microscopy and holographic optical tweezing);
- Microscopy of crystal nucleation in suspensions of hard sphere colloids;
- Complex sedimenting fluids: from nanoparticles to colloids;
- Langmuir, Gibbs and Langmuir-Gibbs films;
- Surfaces and interfaces: molecular and atomic systems (surface x-ray scattering);
- Surfaces and interfaces: colloids and emulsions (optical microscopy).