Joshua Zak

Summary

Joshua Zak (born 1929) is an Israeli theoretical physicist known for the Zak transform, Zak phase and the Magnetic Translation Group. He received the 2014 Wigner medal.[1][2]

Most cited publications

  • Zak J. Berry's phase for energy bands in solids. Physical Review Letters. 1989 Jun 5;62(23):2747. [2] According to Google Scholar, it has been cited 1201 times.[3]
  • J. Zak. Magnetic translation group. Physical Review. 1964 Jun 15;134(6A):A1602. According to Google Scholar, it has been cited 671 times.[3]
  • Zak J, Moog ER, Liu C, Bader SD. Universal approach to magneto-optics. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 1990 Sep 1;89(1-2):107-23 [3] According to Google Scholar, this article has been cited 391times [3]
  • Zak J, Moog ER, Liu C, Bader SD. Magneto-optics of multilayers with arbitrary magnetization directions. Physical Review B. 1991 Mar 15;43(8):6423. According to Google Scholar, this article has been cited 320 times [3]
  • Zak J. Finite translations in solid-state physics. Physical Review Letters. 1967 Dec 11;19(24):1385. According to Google Scholar, this article has been cited 294 times [3]

Honors and awards

Website

https://phsites.technion.ac.il/zak/

References

  1. ^ a b "Wigner Medal awarded to Professor Joshua Zak - Physics Department, Technion". phys.technion.ac.il. Retrieved 2020-11-25.
  2. ^ Avron J, Bohm A, Schulman LS. The Wigner Medal 2014. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series 2015 Mar 1 (Vol. 597, No. 1, p. 011004). IOP Publishing.
  3. ^ a b c d e [1] Google Scholar Author page, Accessed May 30, 2021