Who are we and what do we do?
In the Nonlinear optics and wave propagation laboratory, we study a wide range of physical phenomena of waves. From sculpturing light during frequency conversion, through shaping propagating plasmons, and even manipulating electron beams and electron-matter-light interactions. Read more about our research in the "Research" tab above. The lab is run by Prof. Ady Arie.
Nonlinear optics deals with converting laser with one color to another. Our research shows advanced ways to get these frequency conversions, but also shape the emitted light's parameters.
Electrons have mass and charge, but they still exhibit wave phenomena like interference. In our research we study electron-matter-light interactions as well as creating ways to sculpture the quantum wave-function of electrons
Sivan received an excellence in teaching award for 2015 from the Sackler school of physics, TAU, for her work in management of Lab A physics course. She went to receive the prize with her newly-born daughter, Avigail.