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