Report title：Chirality and spin- from spintronics to water splitting
Time：09:30 December 12, 2016
Location：2-314, School of Electronics, Information and Electrical Engineering (SEIEE)
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Department of Chemical Physics
Weizmann Institute, Rehovot 76100, Israel
The Aryeh and Mintzi Katzman Professor
2014- Head of the scientific committee of the Azrieli Fund.
2010-2015 The head of the Nancy and Stephan Grand Research Center for Sensors and Security.
2008-2010 Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Weizmann Institute.
2007-2009 Chairman of the National Committee for Chemistry Education in High Schools.
2006-2008 Deputy chairman of the Scientific Council of the Weizmann Institute
2005-2007 Chairman of the board of the FIRST Foundation for interdisciplinary research.
2002-2005 Member of the board of FIRST
1995-2003 Member in the National Committee for Chemistry Education in High Schools.
1997-2000 Member of the committee for reform in high education.
Spin based properties, applications, and devices are commonly related to magnetic effects and to magnetic materials. However, we found that chiral organic molecules act as spin filters for photoelectrons transmission, in electron transfer, and in electron transport.
The new effect, termed Chiral Induced Spin Selectivity (CISS),, has interesting implications for the production of new types of spintronics devices and on electron transfer in biological systems. The effect was found in bio-molecules and in bio-systems like the photosystem I. In addition, the CISS effect may play an important role in controlling multiple electrons processes, like water splitting. The basic effect will be explained and various applications and implications will be discussed.
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