Yoseph Imry

Weizmann Institute of Science

Department of Condensed Matter Physics
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

My research is centered on mesoscopic and disordered systems.

The former has to do with the new physics in the size scales between micro and macro - an area of which I have been one of the pioneers. The latter deals with a variety of very nontrivial real-world systems.

Together with Yuval Oreg and Ariel Amir, we have recently obtained exciting results on the slow relaxation and "aging" in glassy systems - one of the oldest unsolved problems in Physics.

From about 2010, I have also become interested in energy conversion via thermoelectricity, striving to increase performance. Promising ideas have recently been generated, together with Ora Entin-Wohlman and Jian-Hua Jiang.