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Yoseph Imry (Hebrew: יוסף אמרי; born 23 February 1939 – 29 May 2018) was an Israeli physicist.
|Died||May 29, 2018 (aged 79)|
|Awards||Wolf Prize in Physics, Israel Prize|
|Institutions||Weizmann Institute of Science, IBM|
|Doctoral students||Yigal Meir|
He was best known for taking part in the foundation of mesoscopic physics, a relatively new branch of condensed matter physics. It is concerned with how the behavior of systems whose size is in between micro- and macroscopic, crosses over between these two regimes. These systems can be handled and addressed by more or less usual macroscopic methods, but their behavior may still show quantum effects.
Awards and honoursEdit
He was a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts (Salzburg), the European Academy of Sciences, Sciences and Humanities (Paris), the National Academy of Sciences, the American Physical Society and the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
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- "Lorentz Chair".