Anna Eyal

(maiden name Anna Satan) 

Post-doctoral associate, 
Lab of Atomic and Solid State Physics,
Cornell University. 
Physical Sciences B83, 
Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

I am a low temperature experimental physicist working in condensed matter physics. My research interests include frustrated magnetism, quantum fluids and solids and quantum glasses. I am currently a post-doctoral associate in the lab of J.C. Séamus Davis in Cornell, investigating magnetic pyrochlore oxides. I am also part of the design and construction team for a new facility including a 20T SI-STM. 
I was previously a post-doctoral associate in the lab of John D. Reppy in Cornell. I completed my PhD in the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, working in the lab of Emil Polturak.

• A. Eyal, X. Mi, A. V. Talanov and J. D. Reppy, Search for Supersolidity in Solid 4He Using Multiple-Mode Torsional Oscillators, PNAS 113, E3203 (2016) 
• A. Eyal, E. Livne and E. Polturak, Observation of Dislocation Related Dissipation Mechanism in High Temperature Mobile Solid 4He, J. Low Temp. Phys. 183, 31 (2016) 
• E. Livne, A. Eyal, O. Scaly, E. Polturak, Characterization of the Surface of Moving Solid 4He, J. Low Temp. Phys. 180, 185 (2015) 
• A. Eyal and E. Polturak, BCC vs. HCP - The Effect of Crystal Symmetry on the High Temperature Mobility of solid 4He, J. Low Temp. Phys. - Special issue on supersolids, 168, 117 (2012) 
• A. Eyal and E. Polturak, On the Mobile Behavior of Solid 4He at High Temperatures, J. Low Temp. Phys. 163, 262, (2011) 
• A. Eyal, O. Pelleg, L. Embon, and E. Polturak, Evidence for a High-Temperature Disorder-Induced Mobility in Solid 4He, Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 025301, (2010)