Karsenty

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ראשי » Karsenty

Curriculum Vitae
קורות חיים

Academic Education

השכלה אקדמית

 

 

 

                 הסמכה לרבנות" יורה יורה" 

2011         Negotiation and Mediation Diploma - הסמכה לגישור 

2003         PhD Degree in Applied Physics and Material Science 
                 1) Microelectronics and 2) Electro-Optics Divisions,
                 The Fredy and Nadine Hermann Graduate School of Applied Science,
                 HUJI - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1996         MSc Degree in Applied Physics and Material Science
                 1) Microelectronics and 2) Electro-Optics Divisions,                  
                 The Fredy and Nadine Hermann Graduate School of Applied Science,
                 HUJI - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1991         BScT Degree in Applied Science and Technology,
                 Physics/Electro-Optics Engineering Department,
                 JCT - Jerusalem College of Technology.

1991         Degree in Science and Technology Teaching
                 Teaching Department,
                 JCT - Jerusalem College of Technology.

 

השכלה תורנית וניסיון ברבנות (מקוצר)

  • הסמכה לרבנות " יורה יורה"
  • הסמכה לגישור – המכון הישראלי למשא ומתן וגישור
  • חברות באיגרון רבני צהר ובמיזם חופה וקידושין
  • ראש בית-מדרש
  • רב קהילה
  • כולל לרבנות מר"ץ, מבשרת ציון
  • ישיבה גבוהה מרכז הרב, ירושלים
  • ישיבה גבוהה בית-אל, בית-אל

 

Membership in Professional Societies

חברות בארגונים מקצועיים

2013 -        חבר באירגון רבני צוהר

2013 -        AAEGE (l'Association des Anciens Elèves et Elèves des Grandes Ecoles) full Member.

2012 -        IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) full Member.

2012 -        IEEE Communications Society full Member.

1992 -        IEF (Israeli Engineering Federation) full Member.

 

Awards and Honors

פרסים

Dr. Karsenty owns over 40 Awards and Honors in Research and Industry domains.

 

Languages (R/W and spoken)

(שפות (קריאה, כתיבה, דיבור

French, English, German, Hebrew, Latin.

 

Work Experience

ניסיון עבודה

Academic/Teaching Positions      

  • 10/2011 –                            JCT – Jerusalem College of Technology, Senior Lecturer
  • 02/2011 – 09/2011             JCT – Jerusalem College of Technology, External Lecturer
  • 09/1995 – 10/2011             Intel-U – Intel University, Lecturer
  • 03/1996 – 03/1999             HUJI - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Research Assistant                                           

Professional Management & Engineering Experience      

  • 03/2010 – 10/2011             Intel Israel – SoC Models QA and Release Manager
  • 03/2008 – 02/2010             Intel Israel – Quality Assurance and Validation Lead
  • 05/2006 – 02/2008             Intel Israel – Design Automation and Validation Engineer
  • 01/2000 – 05/2006             Intel Israel – Senior Quality and Reliability Engineer (QRE)
  • 09/1995 – 12/1999             Intel Israel – Metrology Applications Engineer
  • 06/1992 – 11/1992             Patir Research and Development, Electro-Optics Engineer
  • 03/1990 – 11/1991             Alten (France), Electronics Practical Engineer

 

נסיון בתחום הרבנות

  •  ראש בית-מדרש, רב קהילה, חבר בארגון רבני צהר

Research and Development Activities

תחומי מחקר

PHYSICS:

1. Electrical and Electro-Optical Characterization of Nanoscale SOI MOSFET Quantum Well Devices

  • SOI MOSFET Nano-Scale Body (NSB) Devices and Ultra-Thin Body (UTB) Devices' study.
  • Modeling of Series Resistance, Electron Mobility, Mobility Degradation, Gate-to-Channel Capacitance and Conductance, Parameter Extraction.
  • Study of Quantum Well Structures' Influence on SOI MOSFET Devices.
  • Device Characterizations: Structural (FIB, HRTEM, SEM), Optical (Interferometry, Ellipsometry, Spectrophotometry), Electrical (I-V, C-V).
  • Publications and Lectures at International Conferences of Nanotechnology.

2. Thin Films' Characterization/Modeling Advanced Laboratory & Nanotechnology Center.

  • Started an Initiative to enable a new advanced Nanotechnology State-Of-The-Art Center at JCT,
  • including Advanced Labs and Research for students' projects.

TORAH and SCIENCE:

3. Fibonacci Suite origin and usage in Talmud and Torah Texts

  • Study of the Fibonacci Mathematics Suite origin and of its usage across the Biblical texts and the Talmud, when compared to the Science development.

Courses & Seminars

קורסים

700154      Selected Topics in Operations' Management (MBA)

700152      Strategic Management (MBA)

700170      Entrepreneurship (MBA)

240252      Materials Engineering and Production Techniques (Electro-Optics Engineering)

240262      Production Management II (Industrial Engineering)

170731      Scientific and Torah Topics

240901      Supervisor in Indusrial Engineering Final  Project

 

Other Academic Activities

פעילות אקדמית נוספת

2011 -                   JCT Faculty Infrastructure Definition, Committee Member.

2011 - 2012         JCT MBA Curriculum Definition, Committee Member.

2013 -                   Head of HaEytanim - The Personal Empowerment Excellence Program

 

Selected Publications

פרסומים נבחרים

 

  1. N.P. Eisenberg, A. Karsenty, J. Broder, M. Abitbol, N. Ben Yossef, "A New Process for Manufacturing Arrays of Microlenses", Proc. SPIE 1038, 6th Mtg in Israel on Optical Engineering, pp. 388-399 (July 5, 1989). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.951075.
     
  2. A. Karsenty, “SUPERMAN * was there, on the Web: A new IntrAnet Metrology Learning Center for Analytical tools’ Physics' Principles, Engineering & Advanced Applications", Intel Electronics IMEC’99 Proceedings **, May 1999, pp. 783-788 (1999). * SUPERMAN: Site-University for Process Engineers Researching Metrology Applications on the Net. ** IMEC - Intel Manufacturing for Excellence Conference - highest Intel conference in Manufacturing Methods applying Physics, Chemistry and Engineering Applications.
     
  3. A. Karsenty, A. Sa’ar, N. Ben-Yosef, and J. Shappir, "Enhanced electroluminescence in silicon-on-insulator metal-oxide-semiconductor transistors with thin silicon layer", Applied Physics Letters, vol. 82, no. 26, pp. 4830–4832, 2003. http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1587877.
     
  4. A. Karsenty, T.J. Maloney, G.K. John and A. Breed. “BLUE * SKY @ Intel – Building Latch-Up Effectiveness”, Intel Electronics DTTC'08 Proceedings **, March 2008. * BLUE - Building Latch-Up Effectiveness ** DTTC - Design & Test Technology Conference -  highest Intel Conference in Physics & Electronics Design.
     
  5. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Analytical Unified Model (AUM) and Comparative Study Of Electrical Transport Phenomena in SOI MOSFET Ultrathin (UTD) vs. Nanoscale (NSD) Devices", ICMNP 2012: International Conference on Microelectronics, Nanoelectronics and Photonics, France, Nov. 2012.
     
  6. A. Karsenty, "The Source of Aesthetics and Fibonacci Numbers in Talmud’s Tales", BDD Journal of Torah and Scholarship, Vol. 28, pp 57-73, 2013. 
     
  7. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "A Comparative Study of Electrical Transport Phenomena in Ultrathin vs. Nanoscale SOI MOSFETs Devices", International Journal of Electrical Science and Engineering, Vol. 7 No. 1, 1243-1247 (2013). 
     
  8. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Modeling of the Channel Thickness Influence on Electrical Characteristics and Series Resistance in Gate-Recessed Nanoscale SOI MOSFETs", Active and Passive Electronic Components, Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 801634, 10 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/801634.
     
  9. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Comparative study of NSB and UTB SOI MOSFETs Characteristics by Extraction of Series Resistance", Solid State Electronics, Vol. 91, pp. 28-35, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sse.2013.09.003.
     
  10. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Influence of Series Massive Resistance on Capacitance and Conductance Characteristics in Gate-recessed Nanoscale SOI MOSFETs", Active and Passive Electronic Components, Volume 2013 (2013), Article ID 813518, 11 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/813518.  
     
  11. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Application, Modeling and Limitations of Y-function based Methods for Massive Series Resistance in Nanoscale SOI MOSFETs", Solid State Electronics, Vol. 92, pp. 12–19, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sse.2013.10.020.
     
  12. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, “Modeling of the Transfer Characteristics for High Series Resistance in Nanoscale FD SOI MOSFET Devices”, International Journal of Engineering Innovation & Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 28-34, 2014.
     
  13. Y. Werdiger, T. Mula, Z. Alfi, and A. Karsenty, “Corporate Decision Making Upgrade: An Empirical Approach Implementing a Business Engagement One-Stop-Shop Methodology and Tool”, Proceedings of the 18th Industrial Engineering and Management Conference, Tel Aviv, March 2014.
     
  14. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Y-Function Analysis of the Low Temperature Behavior of Ultrathin FD SOI MOSFETs", Active and Passive Electronic Components, Volume 2014, Article ID 697369, 10 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/697369
     
  15. Y. Werdiger, T. Mula, Z. Alfi, and A. Karsenty, "Business Control and Decision Making (BCDM): A One-Stop-Shop Methodology and Tool for Accurate Business Engagement", International Journal of Engineering Innovation & Research, Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 718-722, 2014.
     
  16. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Nanoscale Thick FDSOI MOSFETs: A Simple Model of Abnormal Electrical Behavior at Low Temperature", 2014 IEEE 28-th Convention of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in Israel (IEEEI 2014), Eilat 2014.
     
  17. A. Karsenty, "Fibonacci Sequence Usage to forecast diverse Population Growth Rates", BDD Journal of Torah and Scholarship, Vol. 31, accepted November 2014.
     

  18. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Investigation of the Low-Temperature Behavior of FD-SOI MOSFETs in the Saturation Regime using Y and Z functions", Active and Passive Electronic Components, Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 782417, 8 pages. http://www.hindawi.com/journals/apec/2014/782417/

 

Selected Communications and Press Interviews

ראיונות בעיתונות

 

  1. "Tiny Particles, Massive Potential", Interview on Nanotechnology. Mishpacha Magazine, Issue 439, December 19, 2012, pp. 60-68.
     
  2. "Tiny Particles, Massive Potential", Interview on Nanotechnology. JCT Perspective, Spring 5773/2013, Vol. 17, pp. 11-14.

 

Selected Presentations at Conferences

כנסים

 

  1. M. Abitbol,  A. Karsenty, “Creation of Microlenses by Microlithographic Technology”. Lecture, Tel Aviv 6th Optical Congress, Israel, December 1988.
     
  2. A. Karsenty, “Lateral Solid Phase Epitaxy of Silicon on Oxide by using Thermal Gradient with Selective Absorption of Laser CO2 Radiation”. Lecture, Tel Aviv University, Israel, November 1996.
     
  3. A. Karsenty, “Development of a MOS Transistor with Quantum Well channel for Electro-Optical Applications”. Lecture, Jerusalem, Israel, November 1997.
     
  4. A. Karsenty, “Development of Quantum Well channel-based SOI MOSFET for Electro-Optical Applications”. Lecture, Graduate School of Applied Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel. Jerusalem, February 1999.
     
  5. A. Karsenty, “S.U.P.E.R.M.A.N. was there, on the Web: A New IntrAnet Metrology Learning Center for Analytical Tools’ Physical Principles, Engineering & Advanced Applications”. Demo presentation, Intel Manufacturing Excellence Conference (IMEC’99), San Diego, US, May 1999.
     
  6. A. Karsenty, “A Methodology on an Animated Metrology Intranet Learning Center”. Poster presentation, Intel Manufacturing Excellence Conference (IMEC’99), San Diego, US, May 1999.
     
  7. A. Karsenty, “Analytical Tools Are Process Engineer’s Eyes”. Poster presentation, Intel Manufacturing Excellence Conference (IMEC’99), San Diego, US, May 1999.
     
  8. A. Karsenty, “The New Approach to Analytical Tools”. Poster presentation, Intel Manufacturing Excellence Conference (IMEC’99), San Diego, US, May 1999.
     
  9. A. Karsenty, “Success Criteria of Analytical Tools”. Poster presentation, Intel Manufacturing Excellence Conference (IMEC’99), San Diego, US, May 1999.
     
  10. A. Karsenty, “Study of the Electrical and Electro-Optical Phenomena in Thin SOI MOS Transistors”. Lecture, Graduate School of Applied Science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel, Jerusalem, October 1999.
     
  11. A. Karsenty, “Development of a MOS Transistor with Quantum Well channel for Electro-Optical Applications”. Lecture, Intel Fab8 Engineering Conference “Beyond The Horizon”. Jerusalem, Israel, May 2000.
     
  12. A. Karsenty, "Metal Oxide Semiconductor Quantum Well Transistor in Silicon as Light Source for Optical Communication in ULSI". Poster presentation. HUJI Applied Physics Conference, May 2001.
     
  13. A. Karsenty, “Development of a MOS Transistor with Quantum Well channel for Electro-Optical Applications”. Lecture, Intel Israel's Semiconductors Research Committee. Jerusalem, Israel, June 2001.
     
  14. A. Karsenty, N. Minis, “Quality Assurance Platform”. Intel 2009 Validation Conference on theme "Surviving and Thriving in a System-On-Chip (SOC) World“. Intel Video Conference, November 2009.
     
  15. A. Karsenty, "Fibonacci in the Talmud - The link to Aesthetics" Lecture at principal session, Torah and Science 19th Conference, Faculty of Engineering, Bar-Ilan University, April 2012.
     
  16. A. Karsenty, “Fibonacci: Esthétique ou est-ce Ethique? - La chirurgie plastique: D’une histoire du Talmud jusqu’à la Halacha”. Premier Colloque Universitaire Franco-Israélien, Pensée juive et révolution scientifique: Une confrontation moderne. Institute Elie Wiesel, Paris, France, May 2012.
     
  17. A. Karsenty, A. Chelly, "Analytical Unified Model (AUM) and Comparative Study Of Electrical Transport Phenomena in SOI MOSFET Ultrathin (UTD) vs. Nanoscale (NSD) Devices". Poster session, ICMNP 2012: International Conference on Microelectronics, Nanoelectronics and Photonics, Paris, France, November 2012.
     
  18. A. Karsenty, "Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Numbers’ Usage in the Talmud and Halacha: The Border between Aesthetics and Ethics!" Poster presentation, Torah and Science 20th Conference, Yeshiva University, Jerusalem, April 2013.