Holon Institute of Technology
Boris Fainberg received his Ph.D. (1977) from the State Optical Institute named for S.I.Vavilov (St.-Petersburg, Russia). In 1991, he moved to the School of Chemistry at Tel-Aviv University where he is a visiting professor beginning 2000. In 1998, he joined the staff of the Holon Institute of Technology (Israel) where he works as a professor of chemical physics. He published more than 115 papers in reputed journals. He was a visiting professor at Institute of Atomic and Molecular Science, Taipei; Institute of Physics and Chemistry of Materials, Strasbourg; Humboldt University of Berlin; University of Augsburg; Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.
Dissipative and many-body effects in optical control with intense chirped and non-chirped pulses of molecules and semiconductors. Molecular electronics, molecular and quantum dots nanojunctions. Nanophotonics. Dissipative and nonlinear Landau-Zener problems. Optical control and activation of nonradiation transitions by strong radiation. Non-Markovian theory of four-photon spectroscopy of complex molecules and superconductors. Nonlinear spectroscopy of linear and nonlinear solvation dynamics. Effects of phase modulation in lasers for ultrashort light pulses. Interference effects in nonlinear scattering. Quantum expansions for calculating vibronic spectra and distribution functions for molecular systems with multiwell potentials