Prof. Lior Klein

Prof.
Prof. Lior Klein
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Research

Basic and applied research of properties of magnetic conductors (spintronics). The basic research includes the study of the behavior of the components of the transport tensor of ceramic magnetic conductors (perovskites), phenomena related to the interaction between spin-polarized current and the magnetization of the compound, and magnetization reversal in magnetic nanoparticles with emphasis on the detection of macroscopic quantum tunneling. The applied research includes the development of magnetic memory and magnetic sensors based of the group patents.

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Education:

1987-1991: Ph.D., Physics, Tel-Aviv University

1984-1987: M.Sc., Physics, Tel-Aviv University

1980-1984: B.Sc., Physics and Mathematics, Tel-Aviv University

 

 

Main Positions:

2017-present Chairman, Department of Physics

2011    Edmond J. Safra Professor of Physics

2010-present: Professor

2004-present: Associate Director of Bar-Ilan Institute for Nanotechnology

2003-2010: Associate Professor, Bar-Ilan University

1997-2003: Senior Lecturer, Bar-Ilan University

1993-1997: Postdoctoral fellow, Stanford University, Stanford

1991-1993: Postdoctoral fellow, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan

1990-1991: Instructor in Physics, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv

1984-1990: Assistant in Physics, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv

 

 

Fellowships and Prizes:

1993: Rothschild Fellow

1994: Wolfson Fellow

2000: Olschvang Prize (awarded by Israel Academy of Sciences)

 

Publications

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Courses

86-147: Mathematics for physicists I

86-148: Mathematics for physicists II

86-860: Magnetism and magnetic materials