Tal Levy

Tal Levy is a PhD student at Tel Aviv University in the field of Molecular Electronics, exploring transport in nano-scale devices. His research focuses on the development of theoretical and computational tools to exploit and understand the limitations and potential of organic solar cells, beginning at the single nano-structure level. By shedding light on the underpinning mechanisms that governs transport and the efficiency of such solar cells, Tal hopes to guide creation of tailored nano-structures, using single molecules as building blocks, and thus contribute to the development of efficient and inexpensive devices that use solar energy. 


Li, B., Miller, W. H., Levy, T. J., Rabani, E. 2014. Classical mapping for Hubbard operators: Application to the double-Anderson model, J. Chem. Phys.  140: 204106-204113.

T. J. Levy, and Eran Rabani. 2013. Steady state conductance in a double quantum dot array: The nonequilibrium equation-of-motion Green function approach.  J. Chem. Phys. 138: 164125

• Bin Li, T. J. Levy, David W.H. Swenson, Eran Rabani, and William H. Miller. 2013. A Cartesian Quasi-classical Model to Nonequilibrium Quantum Transport: The Anderson Impurity Model. J.Chem. Phys. 138: 104110

T. J. Levy, and Eran Rabani. 2012. Symmetry breaking and restoration using the Equation-of-motion technique for nonequilibrium quantum impurity models. J. Phys. Condens.Matter. 25: 115302.

•  E. Y. Wilner, T. J. Levy, and E. Rabani. 2012. Analytical Continuation Approaches to Electronic Transport: The Resonant Level Model. J. Chem. Phys. 137: 214107.

•  Y. Bekenstein, K. Vinokurov, T. J. Levy, E. Rabani, U. Banin, O. Millo. 2012. Periodic negative differential conductance in a single metallic nanocage. Phys. Rev. B. 86: 085431.

•  D. W. H. Swenson, T. Levy, G. Cohen, E. Rabani and William H. Miller. 2011. Application of a semiclassical model for the second-quantized many-electron Hamiltonian to nonequilibrium quantum transport: The resonant level model. J. Chem. Phys. 134: 164103.

•  T. Levy, G. Cohen and E. Rabani. 2010. Simulating Lattice Spin Models on Graphics Processing Units. J. Chem. Theory Comput. 6: 3293-3301