PhD Studies at the Department of Applied Physics
Hebrew University’s Department of Applied Physics is at the frontier of physics research, engaging in the high-tech fields of nanotechnology, optoelectronics, microelectronics, and quantum technologies. It encompasses 12 research groups and the Brojde Laboratory for miniature integrated systems, and is involved with the Center for Nanoscience and Technology, and the Quantum Information Science Center.
PhD studies in applied physics offer students exciting research opportunities in physics and engineering. Primary areas of experimental and theoretical research include nano-photonics, quantum optics, nanometric quantum devices, light-matter interactions, ultrafast lasers and processes, optoelectronics, spintronics, quantum computation and simulation, biophysics, and more. You’ll have access to learning and research facilities of the highest caliber, enabling you to focus on your research and reach your highest potential.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)
Hebrew University is a global leader in multidisciplinary research and cutting-edge innovation, and a long-standing tradition of academic and research excellence. With over 100 research centers engaged in 4,000 projects year-round, we attract leading researchers from across the globe, and are actively engaged in breakthrough research on an international scale. Yissum, our tech transfer company, has registered more than 10,750 patents covering over 3,030 inventions, and has licensed more than 1,050 technologies, making HUJI’s scientific productivity both tangible and accessible for the benefit of society.