Dr. Elihau Cohen

 

Welcome!

My name is Eli Cohen and I'm a new faculty member (senior lecturer). Last semester I taught a graduate course on Quantum Computation (83807) and next year I'll add to it undergraduate courses on Applied Quantum Mechanics and Applied Thermodynamics.

I'm now looking for graduate students and postdocs.

 

I did my PhD (thesis title: "Time and Nonlocality in Quantum Mechanics") at Tel Aviv University under the supervision of Profs. Yakir Aharonov and Lev Vaidman. I then continued to two postdocs at the University of Bristol (specializing in quantum information with Prof. Sandu Popescu) and the University of Ottawa (specializing in quantum photonics with Prof. Ebrahim Karimi). I've been working on a variety of topics ranging from quantum foundations and quantum information to quantum optics and quantum field theory. A main theme in many of the above works was Quantum Entanglement. I've been also doing a little bit of  research in the areas of quantum gravity/cosmology and even classical physics/engineering.

 

I'm a theorist, but over the years I've enjoyed fruitful collaborations with various experimental groups.

 

 

Here's a brief article in Hebrew and English about quantum engineering (and myself).

 

This website is still under construction, but additional information and publications can be found at:
Google Scholar

ResearchGate

arXiv