Dr. Dmitry Nemirovsky

Dr. Dmitry Nemirovsky

Dr. Dmitry Nemirovsky is graduated from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. During PHD studies his research interest included neutron Compton scattering as a tool for measuring atomic kinetic energy  of zero-point motion, anysotropy of atomic momenta in crystalls and polymers such Kapton and using of Doppler shift of gamma rays for measuring atomic momenta. After completing his PHD Dr. Nemirovsky collaborates with Prof. R. Moreh (BGU) and Dr. Finkelstein (NNRC) in study of water molecules confined in restricted geometries such as zeolites and nanotubes

Another research topic currently studied by Dr. Nemirovsky is enhancement of heat transfer process during quenching of ready tools in liquid nitrogen and water. Increasing of heat exchange rate at different stages of quenching improves significantly mechanical properties of tools that undergo thermal treatment. This study is conducted in cooperation with Dr. G. Mazor and Dr. Y. Ladizansky fom the faculty of mechanical engineering (SCE)

Dr. Nemirovsky also takes part in research activity of SCE computer center  together with Prof V. Kagalovsky (faculty of electrical engineering), writing codes for quantum mechanical calculation (Monte-Carlo and Hartree-Fock)


Physics department
Senior lecturer


Decibel / 2018

אתר אישי



M. Sc. 1994-1996   Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Physics Department – Beer-Sheva, Israel 

Thesis Advisor; Prof. R. Shuker

Thesis; Photoemission and Acceleration of Electrons Produced by Short Laser Pulses in the Electric Field


Ph. D.  1998-2003  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Physics Department – Beer-Sheva,    Israel

Thesis Advisor; Prof. R. Moreh

Thesis; Use of Neutron Compton Scattering for measuring Zero-Point Atomic Momenta                  



Cryogenic treatment of   materials,

Medical applications of heat and cold, hyperthermia and hypothermia,

Storages of thermal energy,

Water desalination, heat and mass transfer through membranes,

 Refrigeration and air conditioning,

 Cooling of electronic equipment.


Physics 1 (Mechanics)

Physics 2 (Electricity and Magnetism)

Physics for Software Engineering

Introduction to Mechanics

Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism