Dr. Goldstein Moshe

  
Affiliation:School of Physics and Astronomy
Shenkar Physics building
room 410
Tel:  (972)-3-6408300
 
Fax: (972)-3-6429306
 
Email: mgoldstein@post.tau.ac.il
 
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Postal Address:School of Physics and Astronomy
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv 69978

Research Interest

My research involves the theoretical (both analytical and numerical) study of low-dimensional / nanoscale electronic and photonic systems, in and out of equilibrium. Nanoscale systems are immensely important as the basic building blocks of future electronic devices, which may lead, among other potential applications, to the eventual realization of scalable quantum computing. They can be fabricated using a variety of materials, including semiconductor heterostructures, metallic nanowires and nanograins (normal or superconducting), carbon-based materials (graphene, nanotubes, and buckyballs), the recently discovered topological insulators, and conducting polymers and single molecules. Their behavior can also be simulated with ultracold atoms in optical traps. Not less importantly, from a more fundamental perspective, nanoscale systems exhibit a variety of phenomena caused by strong electronic correlations, as well as their interplay with quantum interference effects and nonequilibrium behavior, all of which are central themes in current condensed matter research.

Selected Publications


  • E. Maniv, M. Ben Shalom, A. Ron, M. Mograbi, A. Palevski, M. Goldstein, and Y. Dagan, Strong correlations elucidate the electronic structure and phase-diagram of LaAlO3/SrTiO3 interface, Nature Comm. 6, 8239 (2015).
  • J. I. Väyrynen, M. Goldstein, Y. Gefen, and L. I. Glazman, Resistance of helical edges formed in a semiconductor heterostructure, Phys. Rev. B. 90, 115309 (2014), Editors' Suggestion.
  • B. Sbierski, M. Hanl, A. Weichselbaum, H. E. Türeci, M. Goldstein, L. I. Glazman, J. von Delft, and A. İmamoğlu, Proposed Rabi-Kondo correlated state in a laser-driven semiconductor quantum dot; Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 157402 (2013).
  • M. Goldstein, M. H. Devoret, M. Houzet, and L. I. Glazman, Inelastic microwave photon scattering off a quantum impurity in a Josephson-junction array, Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 017002 (2013).
  • B. Bradlyn, M. Goldstein, and N. Read, Kubo formulas for viscosity: Hall viscosity, Ward identities, and the relation with conductivity, Phys. Rev. B 86, 245309 (2012), Editors' Suggestion.
  • M. Goldstein, R. Berkovits, and Y. Gefen, Population switching and charge sensing in quantum dots: A case for a quantum phase transition, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 226805 (2010).
  • M. Goldstein and R. Berkovits, Duality between different geometries of a resonant level in a Luttinger liquid, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 106403 (2010).