Dr. Nir Schreiber holds a PhD in Mathematics from Bar Ilan University. His former educational background includes MS together with BA in Physics from Technion—Israel Institute of Technology.  Dr. Schreiber teaches in Afeka from 2023. Jointly, he is a postdoctoral associate in Bar Ilan University. Dr. Schreiber’s research focuses on fundamental problems in Statistical Physics. He is also interested in Network Theory and applications to various complex systems

Differential And Integral Calculus2

Linear Algebra

Ordinary Differential Equations

Excellence in research (2023); 8, 000 NIS

Israel Science Foundation (ISF) (2023); 19, 222 NIS

Israel Science Foundation (ISF) (2021); 60, 000 NIS

Israel National Cyber Directorate (2019); 119, 000 NIS

Bar Ilan University Data Science Institute (DSI) (2018); 36, 000 NIS

Israel Science Foundation (ISF) (2016); 38, 558 NIS

 Articles in Refereed Journals

Schreiber, N., Cohen, R. & Haber, S. (2023). Ensemble dependence of the critical behavior of a system with long-range interaction and quenched randomness. Physical Review E, 108(2)

Schreiber, N., Cohen, R., Amir, G. & Haber, S. (2022). Changeover phenomenon in randomly colored Potts models. Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment, 2022(4), 043205

Schreiber, N., Cohen, R., Haber, S., Amir, G. & Barzel, B. (2019). Unusual changeover in the transition nature of local-interaction Potts models. Physical Review E, 100(5)

Perez, O., Bar-Ilan, J., Cohen, R. & Schreiber, N. (2019). The network of law reviews: Citation cartels, scientific communities, and journal rankings. Modern Law Review, 82(2), 240–268

Perez, O., Cohen, R. & Schreiber, N. (2018). Governance through global networks and corporate signaling. Regulation & Governance, 13(4), 447–469

Schreiber, N., Cohen, R. & Haber, S. (2018). Ferromagnetic Potts models with multisite interaction

Mukamel, D., Ruffo, S. & Schreiber, N. (2005). Breaking of ergodicity and long relaxation times in systems with long-range interactions. Physical Review Letters, 95(24)

Schreiber, N. & Adler, J. (2005). Monte carlo study of the pure and dilute baxter–wu model. Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, 38(33), 7253–7267

Adler, J., Hashibon, A., Schreiber, N., Sorkin, A., Sorkin, S. & Wagner, G. (2002). Visualization of MD and MC simulations for atomistic modeling. Computer Physics Communications, 147(1-2), 665–669