(*Recent and relevant*)

### Talks

- Invited talk (2006): Superradiance-mesoscopic fluctuations and localization in cold atomic gases
- Lectures delivered in the framework of the “Chair Paris Science” (January 2007):
- • Lecture 1.
- Introduction to the mesoscopic physics of electrons and photons.
- • Lecture 2.
- Introduction to a unified description of mesoscopic effects.
- • Lecture 3.
- Correlation of speckle patterns in optics and atomic physics.
- • Lecture 4.
- Superradiance, coherent multiple scattering and Anderson localization.
- • Lecture 5.
- Non-exponential relaxation of quasi-particles in low dimensionality conductors.

- Conference delivered for Technion undergrads (December 2012): Universality Scaling and measurement in physics: the Einstein legacy.
- Invited speaker at Joseph Avron festschrift (Jerusalem, July 2013): Cumulants of the current and large deviations in the Symmetric Simple Exclusion Process (SSEP) on graphs.
- Course delivered in Mont Orford, Quebec summer school (September 2013): Physique mesoscopique des electrons et des photons Structures fractales et quasi-periodiques.
- Talk delivered at KIAS in Seoul (July 2014): Large deviations in the Symmetric Simple Exclusion Process (SSEP) on graphs.
- Collège de France (Chaire d’état, May 2015): Waves and Quantum Physics on Fractals: From Continuous to Discrete Scaling Symmetry.
- • Lecture 1.
- Photons and Quantum Electrodynamics on Fractals.
- • Lecture 2.
- The Interplay Between Topology and Discrete Scaling Symmetry: Application to Quasicrystals.
- • Lecture 3.
- Critical Behaviour on Fractals: Long Range Correlated Disorder. Application to BEC and Superfluidity.
- • Lecture 4.
- Efimov Physics from Geometric and Spectral Perspectives.

- Invited lecture at ITAMP & Harvard (November 2015): Topology and fractals: measuring Chern numbers with waves in quasicrystals.
- Colloquium at the Technion (May 2016): Quantum symmetry breaking: observation of scale anomaly in graphene.
- Invited speaker at Assa Auerbach 60 Years Birthday Conference (Technion, July 2016): Measuring Chern numbers with waves in quasicrystals.
- Invited lecture in Cargese (September 2016): Cooperative effects and photon localization in atomic gases: Phase transition in non-Hermitian random matrices.
- Invited lecture in Nice (December 2016): Topology in Physics – Presentation of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics.
- Guest lecturer at Cornell (June 2017): Waves and quantum physics on fractals: from continuous to discrete scaling symmetry.
- • Course 1.
- Spectral properties of fractals Application in statistical physics.
- • Talk.
- Quantum symmetry breaking Scale anomaly and fractals.
- • Course 2.
- Topology and fractals Measuring topological numbers with waves.
- • Elaboration.
- Renormalisation group and Efimov physics.

- Invited lectures at UBC, Vancouver (August 2017):
- Invited speaker at 2017 AMO Physics Summer School (Taiwan, August 2017): Mesoscopic Physics of Electrons and Photons.
- • Part 1.
- Introduction to mesoscopic physics.
- • Part 2.
- Introduction to mesoscopic physics (cont.).

- Invited speaker at CECAM workshop: Condensed Matter Analogies in Mechanics, Optics and Cold Atoms (Tel Aviv, April 2019): Vacancies in Graphene: Dirac physics and fractional charges.

### Posters

- Additivity Principle and stability of open systems: extension of Le Chatelier principle (Prague, 2015).
- Chern Numbers in Quasicrystals: Structural Interpretation (Bordeaux, 2016; best poster award to Eli Levy).
- Scale anomaly of a Lifshitz scalar: a universal quantum phase transition to discrete scale invariance (Tel Aviv, 2017).
- A Casimir Effect in Quantum Mesoscopic Physics (Prague, 2017).
- Topological Properties of Quasiperiodic Tilings (Haifa, 2017).
- Out-of-Equilibrium Quantum Radiation and Atomic Motion (Haifa, 2018).
- Efimov physics – fractal tilings – quantum Einstein gravity and their relations (Haifa, 2020).
- Topological Properties and quantum entanglement features of graphene with vacancies (Group Poster, Haifa, 2022)
- Defects in Graphene : A Topological Description (Haifa, 2023)
- Vacancies in Graphene: Topological Edge States, STM and Wavefunction Dislocations (Haifa, 2023)
- Interplay Between Topology and Entanglement in Condensed Matter (Haifa, 2023)