Members
Research Expertise:
Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics.
Laboratory:
Baruch Rosenstein
Professor
Ph.D. in Physics, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Selected Publications:
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2010,Ballistic transport in graphene beyond linear response ,PHYS REV B (SCI).
 
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2010,Maximal persistent current in a type-II superconductor with an artificial pinning array at the matching magnetic field ,PHYS REV B (SCI)
 
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2010,Possibility of vortex lattice structural phase transition in the superconducting pnictide Ba(Fe0.9Co0.1)2As2 ,PHYS REV B (SCI)
 
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2010,Electrical conductivity beyond a linear response in layered superconductors under a magnetic field ,PHYS REV B (SCI)
 
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2010,Ginzburg - Landau theory of type II superconductors in magnetic field ,REV MOD PHYS (SCI)
 
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2010,Ballistic transport, chiral anomaly, and emergence of the neutral electron-hole plasma in graphene ,PHYS REV B (SCI)
 
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2009,Sliding Abrikosov vortex lattice in the presence of a regular array of columnar pinning centers: ac conductivity and criticality near the transition to a pinned state ,Phys. Rev. 80 (SCI)
 
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2009,Dynamics of Particle-Hole Pair Creation in Graphene Show Abstract ,Phys. Rev. Lett. 102 (SCI)
 
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2009,Theory of Nernst effect in high- Tc superconductors ,Phys. Rev. B79 (SCI)
 
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2009,Experimental Presentation of Microwave Absorption due to Shaking of JV by AC Magnetic Field in Bi2212 and Bi2223 ,J. of Superconductivity and novel magnetism (SCI)