Prof. Moshe Gitterman

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building 202, room 509
  • Theoretical studies of the many-body problem and critical phenomena

  • magnetism

  • hydrodynamics

  • thermodynamics and kinetics of chemical reactions near critical points

  • medical physics

  • stochastic phenomena.
  • Name: Moshe Gitterman
  • Date of Birth: May 5, 1931
  • Birthplace: Kiev, USSR
  • Marital Status: Married, father of two children
  • Academic Appointments and Education:
  • 1948-1954 Student of the Physical Faculty of Kiev University, USSR
  • 1954-1956 Teacher of the University of Saransk, Mordovia, USSR
  • 1956-1959 Postgraduate student at the University of Sverdlovsk, USSR
  • 1959 Thesis (Candidate of Science): Many-electron phenomena in ionic crystals”
  • 1960-1972 Senior Scientist at the All-Union Science Research Institute of Physicotechnical and Radiotechnical Measurements, Moscow
  • 1969 Thesis (Doctor of Science) “Phenomenological investigation of critical phenomena in liquids”
  • 1973-1982 Associate Professor of Physics, Bar-Ilan University, ISRAEL
  • 1982- Professor of Physics, Bar-Ilan University
  • 1977 Visiting Professor, University of Maryland, USA
  • 1978 Visiting Scientist, M.I.T., Boston, USA
  • 1979 (Aug-Sept) Visiting Scientist, University of Trondheim, Norway
  • 1982 (Aug-Sept 83) Visiting Professor, University of California, Los Angeles and University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA
  • 1988 (Jan-May) Visiting Professor, Department of Physics and Department of Chemistry, Cornell University, USA
  • 1989 (Jan-May) Guest Researcher, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
  • 1990 (July-Aug) Guest Researcher, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
  • 1991-1992 Visiting Scientist, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
  • 1993 (Aug-Sept) Guest Researcher, NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
  • 1996 (July-Aug) JSPS Visiting fellow, Kyoto University, JAPAN
  • 1999-2000 (October-March) Visiting Scholar, New York University, USA
  • 2002 (February-May ) Visiting Scholar, New York University, USA

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