לפרטים על תואר ראשון ושני
Curriculum Vitae קורות חיים
2001-2007 Ph.D. studies in physics at the Racah Institute of Physics at Hebrew University.
1998-2001 Completed Master's Equivalent Thesis at the Racah Institute of Physics at Hebrew U.,
“Thermodynamics of AdS Spaces”, supervised by Prof. Eliezer Rabinovici and Prof. Shmuel Elitzur
1995-1998 Applied Mathematics Program, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). Fulfilled course requirements for Master's Degree.
1993-1995 M.A. in Mathematics (differential geometry), University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia).
1991-1993 B.A. in Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. Graduated Summa Cum Laude.
1988-1990 High School Diploma at TIUNY, Rochester, NY (USA).
Fields of Expertise
Electrooptics, Computational Physics, Theoretical Physics, Differential Geometry
2014 – Present Physics Team Head at QuantUp Laboratories technology incubator
- Projects –Solar Heat Reflector, Fluids Spray Formation (CFD), Light Communications (Li-Fi)
- Practical Responsibilities – Thermo-structural, Thermo-Fluid and Thermo-Optic Simulations; Ray-trace Optical Simulations, Measurements, Prototype Construction; Directed junior employees
Directed Analysis of Thermal Distortion of Reflector for Hybrid Solar ThermoElectric/CPV domestic generator, and Lifi In-Store Location Development Team
2013 – Present Jerusalem College of Technology, Physics Dept. , Lecturer in Thermodynamics
2011 – 2013 Physicist and Electroptic Engineer at QLight Nanotech a start-up company developing nano-materials for display and lighting
Responsibilities in this capacity included:
· Maximization of extracted light from fluorescent films
- Achieved critical breakthrough in light outcoupling, dramatic increase of device viability
· Setting up new optical characterization laboratory, evaluation of new equipment for purchase
· Optical simulations of nanoparticle-based devices, nanocrystal-photon interactions
- Developed method of optical amplification and Q-Switching using nanomaterials
· Application of image processing to characterize measured radiation from prototype devices
· Electrooptic measurements of devices' electromagnetic and colorimetric properties
· Development of GUI applications in Matlab/Labview for measurements and data analysis
· Writing technical material for new IP
Practical Experience: Optomechanical Constructions; Light Recycling and Extraction in LCD optical stack, Lightguides; Radiation Simulations using Matlab, Zemax, and Comsol; Data Analysis, Experimental Design; Labview; Electrooptic Characterization of Fluorescent Materials - Quantum Yield, Polarization etc.
1993 - 2010 Instructor in Physics and Mathematics, including:
2009 - 2010 Science Laboratory Instructor, at David Yellin Teacher's College
1998 - 2002 Laboratory Instructor, Physics Dept., Hebrew University
Practical Experience: Electronic and Optical Components, Computerized Measurements
1996 Research Physicist at the Center for Computational Chemistry in the Technion. Numerical Simulations of matter-light interactions using Fortran. Supervised by Nimrod Moiseyev.
1993 Student Researcher in Physics Department at Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Studied Parametric Trapping of Atoms by Lasers. Supervised by Prof. Steve Arnold.
Practical Experience: Operation of Laser Quadrupole Trap, Development of functioning mechanical model for electro-optical phenomena.
Programming languages: FORTRAN , C/C++.
Scientific applications: Matlab, Mathematica, Comsol, Zemax, LabView, Excel.
English (first language), Hebrew (fluent), French, Arabic , German, Russian.
1999 – Golda Meir Fellowship.
1996 – Dor Foundation Fellowship for Research in Israel
1995 – MIT Applied Mathematics Fellowship
1993 – Phi Beta Kappa (Honors Society), Pi Mu Epsilon (Math. Honors Society), Mathematics Fellowship
1991 –1993 - Dean's List
1990 – Bausch & Lomb award