Dr. Guy Cohen


Our group investigates nonequilibrium phenomena in chemical and condensed matter physics. We try to understand how strongly correlated quantum systems react to dissipative environments and to external perturbations, particularly in the context of the transport properties of nanosystems. This is a deeply challenging and fundamental problem, and we therefore work on state-of-the-art computational methods such as quantum Monte Carlo algorithms. 


  • B.Sc. in physics and computer science, Tel Aviv University, 2006

  • M.Sc. in physics, Tel Aviv University, 2008

  • Ph.D. in chemistry, Tel Aviv University, 2012

Academic Appointments

  • Senior Lecturer (equivalent to U.S. Assistant Professor), Tel Aviv University, 2015

Awards and Prizes

  • Fellow, The Rothschild Fellowship Program, Yad Hanadiv, 2012

  • Fellow, Azrieli Interdisciplinary and Applied Science Fellowship Program for Outstanding Graduate Students, 2009

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