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EXAMPLES of COMPUTATIONAL/EXPERIMENTAL COLLABORATIONS (*indicates completed project)

Carbon modeling:

*(1) Ion implantation into diamond and the subsequent graphitization. (Phd Thesis of David Saada co-supervised by J. Adler and R. Kalish, Physics.)
*(2) Transformations between diamond and amorphous carbon. (MSc Thesis of Anastasia Sorkin co-supervised by J. Adler and R. Kalish, Physics.)
*(3) Modeling of stressed carbon layers. (Postdoctoral fellow I. Rosenblum with J. Adler, Physics, S. Brandon, Chemical Engineering, and A. Hoffmann, Chemistry.)
(4) Dopants in diamond. (PhD Thesis of Anastasia Sorkin co-supervised by J. Adler and R. Kalish, Physics.)
*(5) Hydrogen in diamond. (MSc thesis of Oren Hershcovitz with J. Adler, Physics, and A. Hoffmann, Chemistry.)
(6) Diffusion in carbon membranes. (MSc thesis of Tali Mutat co-supervised by J. Adler, Physics, and M. Sheintuch, Chemical Engineering.)
(7) Hydrogen in diamond. (MSc thesis of Eduardo W. with J. Adler, Physics, and A. Hoffmann, Chemistry.)

Low temperature (Helium):

*(1) Roughening transitions. (J. Adler, S. Lipson and A. Hashibon, Physics.)
*(2) Models of melting. (MSc thesis of A. Kanigel co-supervised by J. Adler and E. Polturak, Physics.)
*(3) Melting in vanadium. (MSc thesis of S. Sorkin co-supervised by J. Adler and E. Polturak, Physics.)
(4)Trying to explain E. Polturak's experiment, ctd (PhD thesis of S. Sorkin co-supervised by J. Adler and E. Polturak, Physics.)

Aluminium and alumina:

*(1) Wetting of a drop of aluminium on alumina. (PhD thesis of A. Hashibon, co-supervised by J. Adler, S. Lipson and W. Kaplan, Materials Science.)

Adaptive optics:

(1) Optimal phasing of a lens. (MSc Thesis of S. Zommer, co-supervised by J. Adler, S. Lipson and E. Ribak)

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