Some of my research interests:
My main research interest is nanoscale electronics and spintronics, and the focus of my Ph.D. work is the
development of rigorous tools for handling models of many-particle quantum systems out of equilibrium,
in regimes where both quantum and dissipative effects are important.
Articles in peer-reviewed journals:
- D.W.H. Swenson, G. Cohen, and E. Rabani, "Semiclassical Model for the Nonequilibrium Quantum Transport of a Many-Electron Hamiltonian Coupled to Phonons", Mol. Phys. 110, 743-750 (2012).
- G. Cohen and E. Rabani, "Memory Effects In Nonequilibrium Quantum Impurity Models", Phys. Rev. B 84, 075150 (2011)
- D.W.H. Swenson, T. Levy, G. Cohen, E. Rabani, and W.H. Miller, "Application of a semiclassical model for the second-quantized many-electron Hamiltonian to nonequilibrium quantum transport: The resonant level model", J. Chem. Phys. 134, 164103 (2011)
- D. Mocatta, G. Cohen, J. Schattner, O. Millo, E. Rabani and U. Banin, "Heavily Doped Semiconductor Nanocrystal Quantum Dots", Science 332, 77-81 (2011)
- T. Levy, G. Cohen and E. Rabani, "Simulating lattice spin models on GPUs", J. Chem. Theory. Comput., 6 3293-3301 (2010)
- Ronny Costi, Guy Cohen, Asaf Salant, Eran Rabani, and Uri Banin, "Electrostatic Force Microscopy study of Single Au-CdSe Hybrid Nanodumbbells: Evidence for Light Induced Charge Separation", Nano. Lett. 9, 2031-2039 (2009)
- G. Cohen and E. Rabani, "Negative Differential Spin Conductance by Population Switching", Mol. Phys. 106, 341-347 (2008)
- G. Cohen, O. Hod, and E. Rabani, "Constructing Spin Interference Devices from Nanometric Rings", Phys. Rev. B 76, 235120 (2007)
Academic courses in which I am (or have been) a teaching assistant: