Azrieli Fellows Alumni

Azrieli Fellows Alumni


David Adraee

David is a Masters student of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion. His research explores the social, functional and historical significance of private open space (POS) in large housing estates and how it has changed over time. Using Yad Eliyahu neighborhood as a case study, David examines how these spaces are unique and fulfill a different function than their equivalent in the typical urban fabric buildings in central Tel Aviv. David hopes that recognition of this unique resource can make both a scholarly and pragmatic contribution to the current urban planning discourse.

Don Butler

Don completed his PhD studies in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of Calgary, Canada. He recently started his postdoctoral research at Haifa University in the field of micro-archaeology. His research pioneers a non–invasive Raman microscopy protocol for fingerprinting fish processing residues adhered to the surfaces of stone tools. Don hopes that the research will contribute to refining methodologies for recovering micro–archaeological evidence indicative of fishing industries among ancient hunter–gatherers in Israel, in turn providing evidence for some of the oldest fisheries in the world.

Lena Arbov

Lena is a Masters student of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion. In her research she wishes to highlight the characteristics and strength of architectural graphic representations in forming our spatial, physical and design perceptions. Lena’s research analyzes the varied ways that architectural space is represented through methods that reflect the connection between space and time. Lena hopes to start a practice that combines architectural design with research and critical writing which would challenge certain current views on contemporary architecture.

Michael Danziger

Michael is a PhD student in the field of Physics at Bar Ilan University. His research extends the study of interdependent and multi-layered interacting networks. Michael aims to create a theory of interacting networks which will lead to better understanding, prediction, and manipulation of large complex systems. Understanding these relations can effectively model real world systems, such as social, ecological, biochemical, physiological and technological systems, and shed light on our increasingly complex world.

Alon Diament

Alon Diament is a PhD student in the field of Systems and Synthetic Biology at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on computational biophysical modelling of gene expression. Alon seeks to answer fundamental biological questions related to the 3D organization of genes in genomes, to mechanisms of mRNA translation and to evolution of transcripts and proteins. Using multidisciplinary strategies, he hopes to develop novel computational models that will tackle some of the open challenges in the field such as understanding 3D genome evolution, co-translational protein folding, and ultimately lead to medical applications such as the understanding of human diseases and the development of therapies.

Gabriel Schwake

Gabriel is a Masters student at the Azrieli School of Architecture in Tel Aviv University. His research investigates urban renewal projects in the Tel Aviv – Jaffa area and their respond to random changes. Gabriel looks at these processes through the prism of LeFebvre’s philosophy of the citizens’ “right to the city” – their right to take part in the process of urbanization and thus create a city more suitable for its dwellers on the one hand, and more flexible on the other. By comparing the different methods of demolition and regeneration of earlier projects such as Manshiya and later projects such as Kerem Hatemanim, Gabriel hopes to make a clear statement about planning methods and practical implementation.

Nathan Goldstein

Nathan is a PhD student in the field of Economics at Bar Ilan University. His research deals with the process of forming expectations and its implications for macroeconomic analysis, stressing the role of information rigidities. By challenging the dominant literature, Nathan hopes to contribute to the new wave of research on macroeconomic expectations, using new approaches and advanced techniques to identify information rigidities in expectations and characterize their nature. He also wishes to extend the new theory to the open economy as seen in Israel. In doing so he hopes to develop recommendations for local economic policy.

Tom Dvir

Tom is a PhD student in the field of Physics at the Hebrew University. His research focuses on experimental physics in the field of spintronics and topological insulators. The goal of Tom’s research is to use the unique electronic feature of topological insulators in order to control spin currents, both in the presence of super conductors and in the presence of graphene. Tom hopes that his research will provide a new platform for spintronics, which can lead to the generation of new electronic devices with the advantages of increased data processing speed and decreased power consumption.

Ruthie Kaplan

Ruthie is a Masters student of Architecture and Town Planning at the Technion. Her research focuses on the city of Lodz, Poland, during the 19th century, as a unique example of industrial urban development, influenced by economical, governmental and social circumstances. Ruthie wishes to explore aspects of the city that have not yet been addressed, such as the tension between urban planning and everyday city life, and the Jewish contribution to the urbanity and industrialization of Lodz.

Jamie Levin

Jamie completed his PhD studies in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and is currently pursuing his postdoctoral research in International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  His research looks at the role of third parties in resolving the problem of credible commitments in internal conflict. He uses the Israeli – Palestinian conflict and specifically the Oslo peace process as a case study to provide insights on conditions in which third parties may or may not be an effective bridge between the two sides. Jamie’s research holds real world implications not only for the Israeli – Palestinian peace process, but also for third-party intervention more broadly.

Dr. Paul Greenham

Paul completed his PhD studies at the University of Toronto. He is currently pursuing his postdoctoral research at the Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas at Tel Aviv University. In his research, Paul investigates Isaac Newton’s use of prophetic texts and interpretative guides—especially those drawn from Jewish and Arab traditions—in Newton’s writings on biblical prophecy recorded in the Yahuda manuscript collection. By knowing the degree to which Newton used texts and the manner of that use, we can determine his novel contributions to scholarship and to both textual and non-textual methods of reasoning in the sciences. Paul hopes his research will contribute to debates on the place of biblical hermeneutics in the development of scientific method and thus to play an important role in wider discussions of the relationship between science and religion.

Dr. Tsipora Mankovsky-Arnold

Tsipora completed her PhD studies in Clinical Psychology at McGill University.  She is currently pursuing her postdoctoral research jointly at the Technion and the University of Haifa, in the field of pain.  Her research employs the use of quantitative sensory testing paradigms to help characterize a novel potential risk factor for problematic recovery following musculoskeletal injury.  Tsipora believes that the findings from her research will help to identify those individuals who are more likely to develop chronic pain and disability, as well as point to new avenues of intervention to improve the recovery trajectory.

Boaz Hameiri

Boaz is a PhD student in the field of Psychology at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on intergroup conflicts, socio-psychological barriers to peace-making, and the means to change conflict-supportive attitudes in order to end these conflicts as peacefully as possible. Boaz is working to develop psychological interventions which are based on the paradigm of ‘paradoxical thinking’, and thus contribute to the existing knowledge on attitude change and persuasion. He hopes this will lead to new interventions that can be applied in cases of intractable conflicts such as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Ori Katz

Ori is a new faculty member at the Hebrew University’s Department of Applied Physics, returning to Israel from a postdoctoral position at the Institute Langevin and Laboratory Kastler Brossel of Paris. His research lies at the interface between physics and engineering, and focuses on developing novel optical imaging techniques to overcome the limitations of current approaches. One important challenge that Ori’s lab will address is the limitations imposed by light scattering on optical microscopy. Although microscopy is one of the most important tools in medical investigation and biomedical discovery, it is currently limited by light scattering to superficial investigations. Ori’s approach challenges the governing paradigms on scattered light. In the coming years, his lab will focus on developing a new kind of microscope, which can peer deeper inside visually opaque samples, by combining light and sound. His multidisciplinary approach brings together advanced optical microscopy and light control techniques, with ultrasound-mediated imaging, and carries great potential for impact on biomedical investigation.

Tally Rosenfeld

Tally is a PhD student in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, at the Technion.  Her research is at the interface between microfluidics and medical diagnostics. She combines analytical and experimental work to develop new models and methods for electrokinetic transport (i.e. motion of liquids and molecules in response to electric fields) in porous media. These methods enable sample focusing and accelerated binding kinetics, and serve as the basis for low-cost, rapid, and highly sensitive diagnostic devices. In the years to come, Tally hopes that her research will enable to bring advanced molecular diagnostics to under-resourced and rural areas.

​Rina Rosenzweig

Rina is a new faculty member at the Weizmann Institute of Science in the Department of Structural Biology, returning to Israel from a postdoctoral position at the University of Toronto. Her research couples cutting edge nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments with established biochemistry techniques to provide a better understanding of protein disaggregation at the molecular level. This understanding is necessary for more effective therapeutic approaches in the battle against neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s diseases, and ALS. In her lab, Rina will encourage her students to adopt collaborative and multidisciplinary approaches along with both creative and methodical tactics for problem solving. She looks forward to dedicating the coming years to elucidating how cells can recover from the ravaging effect of protein aggregation, discovering new and critically important insights into the biological molecules that play such important roles in human health and disease.

Oren Ram

Oren  is a new faculty member at the Hebrew University’s Institute of Life Sciences, returning to Israel following postdoctoral training at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Harvard medical school and the Broad institute of MIT and Harvard. His research interests lie in the fields of molecular biology, epigenomics, microfluidics and computational biology. During his postdoctoral, Oren has developed novel technologies to measure epigenomes and study their complex regulation. Recently he pioneered a method that allows to look at chromatin at a single cell resolution which has the potential to highlight mechanisms of tumorigenesis that might even lead to drugs development. He intends to use this platform to ask questions about chromatin regulation and differentiation, which is directly related to a large number of disease-causing mutations, hoping to answer fundamental questions in chromatin biology. As a faculty member, he plans to bring to his teaching a multidisciplinary approach, bridging between biological lab experimentation and complex computational data analysis, and providing future scientists with better tools to address complex combinatorial measurements.

Wisam Sedawi

Wisam is a PhD student at Ben Gurion University in the field of Environmental and Science Education. Her study focuses on the residents Bedouin settlements as they undergo a place-based learning program at the Hebron River and its surroundings. In her research, Wisam asks how this place-based learning influences the students’ sense of place, nature attachment and observation skills. Wisam believes that education for sustainable environment is at the heart of environmental literacy, and intends to take an active part in strengthening the connection between individuals and their environment.

Dr. Lital Sever

Lital completed her PhD studies in Biology at the University of Waterloo, Canada, and is currently pursuing her postdoctoral research at the Weizmann Institute of Science, in the field of Immunology. Her research focuses on the cellular pathways which dictate the development, survival and function of B cells in particular plasma cells which secrete antibodies in response to a pathogen. By better understanding the molecular mechanisms that regulate the survival and function of plasma cells, Lital hopes to uncover novel therapeutic targets and new diagnostic tools for autoimmune diseases and hematological malignancies such as multiple myeloma.

Dr. Ziv Shulman

Ziv  is a new faculty member at the Weizmann Institute of Science in the Department of Immunology, returning to Israel from a postdoctoral position at Rockefeller University in New York City. His group at the Weizmann explores the cellular and molecular components that underlie successful immune response. His studies focus on generation of protecting antibodies in response to vaccination or pathogen invasion, a process known as antibody affinity maturation. In this process improved antibodies are formed by insertion of mutations into the antibody encoding genes and selection of the best emerging variants. By using a intravital imaging methods and mice bearing fluorescent reporters, Shulman’s group visualize and quantify the interactional dynamics, molecular interactions and signaling events that control efficient antibody formation and selection during inflammation in lymph nodes and intestinal tissues. Ziv’s ultimate aim is to translate his basic science knowledge about the antibody immune response for developing new generations of therapeutic human antibodies for treating cancer patients.

Matan Sorek

Matan is a PhD student in the field of Neuroscience at the Hebrew University. His research area is gene expression heterogeneity and its implications for neurodegenerative diseases. Using Huntington’s disease as a model, and harnessing systems and measurements which were unavailable until very recently, Matan aims to develop a new understanding of the biological processes and pathways involved in neurodegeneration.

Alexander Spiegelman

Alexander is a PhD student in the field of Electrical Engineering in the Technion. His area of research is the theory of distributed computing in which he studies the subtle difference among models with infinite concurrency via message passing or shared memory communication systems. By focusing on asynchronous systems, he hopes to shed light on the subtle differences between systems that compute with infinite processes, and develop a unique and innovative direction for improving distributed systems.

Vijayan Sundararaj

Vijayan completed his PhD studies at the Lakehead University in Canada. He is currently pursuing his postdoctoral research at the Department of Life Sciences at Ben Gurion University. Vijayan’s research addresses questions in the ecology and evolution of interactions between predator and their prey in patchy environments. By applying evolutionary game theory to predator – prey dynamics, Vijayan aims to test theoretical models that will predict behavioral strategies between prey and predator under different scenarios, adding important knowledge to the field of animal behavior and ecology.


Tiffany Abitbol

Tiffany Abitbol completed her PhD in Materials Chemistry at McGill University in Canada. She is currently pursuing her postdoctoral research at the Faculty of Agriculture of the Hebrew University in Rehovot. Her research bridges biology, nanotechnology, materials chemistry and engineering, aiming to develop new and relevant materials which exhibit improved properties due to the specific combination of bio-derived nanoparticles and functional proteins. Tiffany hopes to impact the development of non-petroleum based materials having specific functionality dictated by the interplay between protein and nanoparticle components, with potential applications in biomedicine and materials engineering.

Liran Ben-Moshe

Liran Ben Moshe is studying for his PhD in Marine Geosciences at the University of Haifa, exploring how the morphology of continental margins responds to sea level changes. His research focuses on the desiccation of the eastern Levantine basin and margin during the Messinian Salinity Crisis, and enables him to enter unknown areas of knowledge and map unexplored geological features. Liran strives to combine academic research with actual scientific needs of the industry and along with young researchers in the field, to put the Israeli seismic geomorphology research group on the map as a world leader in this field.

Deborah Cohen

Deborah Cohen is a PhD student in Electrical Engineering at the Technion. Her research lies between the fields of signal processing and communication, and deals with the sampling and detection of communication signals in the context of cognitive radios. The decline of radio spectrum resources is one of the most significant
technological challenges of this century. Deborah seeks to provide solutions through her research on cognitive radio, a highly promising candidate for overcoming this challenge.

Hagit Gracia Sabato

Hagit Gracia Sabato is an educational psychology PhD student at the Ben Gurion University. Her research focuses on pro-social behavior among adults and children alike. Hagit strives to examine important social and individual variables in accordance with the developmental sequence in young ages and among adults. Teaching is close to Hagit’s heart and plays a key role in her ability to connect and integrate theory and practice.

Idan Frumkin

Idan Frumkin is a PhD student in molecular genetics at the Weizmann Institute of Science. His studies center on the evolution of cellular machineries, emphasizing the systems biology perspective and combining both experimental and computational methodologies. Idan’s research strives to reveal the mechanism through which species and cells adapt to the ever changing environment of planet earth. As both evolutionist and cell biologist and a great believer in team work, Idan wishes to combine the two fields with the goal of making real progress in our understanding of the evolution of cellular pathways, machineries and organelles.

Merlin Davies

Merlin Davies completed his PhD in experimental particle physics at the University of Montreal. He is currently doing his postdoctoral research at Tel Aviv University with the ATLAS Detector group, part of the international collaborative research being done with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Geneva. With extensive collaborations with other ATLAS researchers and keen analyses, Merlin hopes to enhance and advance the pursuit of bold research goals, which have made Tel Aviv University a highly recognized leader within the giant ATLAS collaboration.

Alison Gainsbury

Alison Gainsbury completed her PhD in Integrative Biology – Ecology, Evolution and Behavior at the University of Texas, Austin. She is currently pursuing her postdoctoral research at Tel Aviv University. Her research focuses on testing the importance of biotic variables in shaping lizard species distributions across large geographical scales to enhance our understanding of which species are most vulnerable to extinction in a changing climate. Alison believes that international collaborations are fundamental to improve approaches for biodiversity conservation.

Yuval Peled

Yuval Peled is a PhD student in Computer Science at the Hebrew University. He is investigating methods of studying properties of large graphs and hypergraphs by observing the structure of smaller, local subgraphs, using tools from topology and probability theory. With the enhancement of the informational revolution, numerous fields in the scientific research, as well as everyday interfaces, are based on very large graphs and multiwise interactions. Yuval strives to make significant breakthroughs in these areas and believes that they can be obtained by scientific collaborations.

Andrea Gondos

Andrea Gondos completed her PhD at Concordia University in Montreal in Jewish Studies. Now in Israel, pursuing her postdoctoral research at Tel Aviv University on Jewish mystical knowledge and language known as Kabbalah, she spends her days at the National Library in Jerusalem which holds the most comprehensive and exclusive archival collections of kabbalistic sources. The development of the printing press and its use in printing religious texts for the masses made highly complex works of kabbalah accessible to a non-elite readership. By fusing textual analysis with questions of historical, cultural, and social context, Andrea seeks to shed light
on the relationship between print culture and the dissemination of knowledge in early modern Jewry.

Yamit Lazimi

Yamit Lazimi is a Masters student of Architecture and Urban Planning at the Technion. Her research focuses on the architectural pattern in Upper Nazareth which, apart from being her home town, is an exceptional assemblage of meaningful patterns related to the Israeli space. This location enables her to explore political and
social aspects as they are reflected in the architectural scenery. Yamit believes that architecture is a significant tool for the design of society and its surroundings.

Ziv Leibu

Ziv Leibu is a Masters student at the Azrieli School of Architecture in Tel Aviv University. For Ziv, architecture and its history, produce an interdisciplinary discourse which extends beyond the object’s visibility. Ziv’s interest in the history of Israeli architecture focuses especially on the connection between the Zionist ethos and
Modernism. His research on the architecture of youth villages built in the period surrounding the establishment of the State of Israel aims to provide an essential reading of the local architectural historiography, and eventually discuss repressed phenomena in local architectural discourse. Ziv plans to continue his research on these issues, so significant to local Israeli architecture, while playing an active role in the education of the next generations of architecture students.

Jonathan Letzter

Jonathan Letzter is a Masters student at the Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University. In his research he discusses the question of additions to historic buildings, and the fact that despite the considerable differences between the building and the new addition, both parts emerge as a single functioning entity. Jonathan looks at the various means of expression in the connection between the historic building and the new addition, in a way that allows preservation of historic, cultural and social values. He hopes to be able to apply his conclusions to practical design, testing it in an existing urban texture, thus enabling urban renewal and strengthening of historic centers of cities.

Dana Margalith

Dana Margalith completed her PhD in History & Theory of Architecture at McGill University in Canada. She is currently pursuing her postdoctoral research in the Technion, aiming to investigate the intricate and fascinating ties between locality, environmental enquiries, drawings, place making and architecture promoting poetic dwelling. Dana hopes to assess which sort of drawings help architects to embody the surrounding environment, examining why and how drawings can assist in creating local Israeli/Mediterranean poetic architecture. She believes that architecture has an important role in shaping the local public cultural realm.

Shira Sagie

Shira Sagie is an MD/PhD student in the Faculty of Medicine at the Technion. As a future physician, she believes that the combination between clinical practice and basic research can generate novel ways to aid patients. Shira wishes to investigate the basic mechanisms underlying human diseases. Her research focuses on the field of telomere biology combining epigenetic and stem cell biology. She envisions her future career as a hospital physician providing medical care alongside the pursuit of molecular research.

Dana Sury Barot

Dana Sury Barot is a PhD student in the Faculty of Education at the University of Haifa. She is fascinated by the “magical world” of numbers and by the human ability evolutionally embedded in us to process and understand quantities. Her research focuses on numerical cognition and dyscalculia, a field which has received little attention. Dana believes that understanding the role of ordinal processing in dyscalculia may lead to better adapted and more efficient diagnosis and treatment methods for mathematics learning. She hopes to use her research to help develop the knowledge and skills of future researchers, teachers and therapists.

Soli Vered

Soli Vered is a PhD student in the School of Education at Tel Aviv University. Her research aims to present a snapshot of peace education in Israel’s State education system during the years 2009-2013 in light of the social-political reality of the ongoing conflict with the Palestinians and the Arab states. Soli wishes to lead educational and social initiatives which will promote peace education and a culture of peace, both inside and outside of academia. Living near the Jordanian border, she dreams to establish a joint educational institution in which Israelis and Jordanians will study together. Soli believes wholeheartedly that the key to achieving a long lasting peace lays in education.

Deborah Winter

Deborah Winter completed her PhD in Computational Biology at Duke University in North Carolina. She is currently pursuing her postdoctoral research at Weizmann Institute, where she applies her background in epigenomics to the study of immunological questions related to cell development, immune function, and disease. Using cutting edge computational and experimental techniques, Deborah hopes that her research will ultimately lead to valuable and innovative treatments.


David Amar

David (Didi) Amar is a PhD student in the field of Systems Biology at Tel Aviv University. His research focuses on four domains: Modeling human diseases using multiple data sources; differential co-expression analysis of gene expression data and functional connectivity analysis of fMRI data; searching for blood-based biomarkers for Parkinson’s disease; and improving understanding of cellular pathways. By developing novel computational techniques and analyzing multiple diverse information sources, David (Didi) aims to improve our understanding of key biological systems and generate tools that will serve the biomedical community.

Itzhak Berkovich

Izhak Berkovich is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in the field of Education Policy, Administration and Leadership. His research focuses on principal – teacher relationships, and the way in which successful principals mobilize their teaching staff through emotional influence. By providing a comprehensive model of the mechanism by which educational leaders structure emotional and organizational reality for their subordinates, Izhak hopes to make significant impact on both theory and practice, including practical applications for mitigating teacher burnout, and enhancing principal -teacher performance, thus forging a general improvement in the complex school environment.

Zhihua Chang

Zhihua Chang completed his PhD in Mathematics at the University of Alberta, and is currently doing postdoctoral research at Bar-Ilan University.  With bachelor degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Science and Technology of China, Zhihua’s PhD studies in Canada were under the auspices of the Chinese Scholarship Council.  His research focuses on applying Galois cohomology theory to infinite dimensional Lie algebras.  He is thrilled to be working with many distinguished algebraists in Israel.

Alex Dauth

Alexander Dauth completed his Masters at the University of Vienna and then moved to Canada to pursue a PhD in Organometallic Chemistry at the University of British Columbia.  He is currently undertaking postdoctoral research at the Weizmann Institute of Science with a focus on developing mechanistically novel iron catalyzed transformations.  Alex is excited by the field of organometallic chemistry as it has the potential to successfully address issues such as production and storage of clean energy, the development of new environmentally benign transformations for the industry scale production of fine chemicals and the discovery of new materials.

Miri Danan

Miri Danan is a PhD student at Bar Ilan University in the field of Molecular Genetics. In her research, she systematically studies molecular processes at the RNA level which lead to the diversity of human proteins. Her study focuses on the dominant negative inhibitor proteins which regulate function of other proteins. Using computational analyses and innovative experimental approaches to analyze this type of cellular regulation, Miri hopes to provide a better understanding of cancer disease, leading to the development of better means of diagnosis and treatment.

Dror Dotan

Dror Dotan is studying for his PhD in the field of Education at Tel Aviv University, after deciding to leave a promising career in software development and pursue the domain he was passionate about – education. Dror’s research focuses on number cognition: he wishes to understand the cognitive mechanisms that the brain uses to process numbers, and the relations between the processing of numbers and language. His PhD research aims to clarify how the brain processes multi-digit numbers and converts them into number words and into quantities. By shedding light on this almost unexplored research domain, Dror hopes to improve the way in which children and adults with learning disabilities or brain injuries are diagnosed and treated.

Alex Goldberg

Alexander Goldberg completed his PhD at the California Institute of Technology in Organic Chemistry.  He is pursuing his postdoctoral research at the Weizmann Institute of Science, developing environmentally benign catalytic processes using cheap, abundant transition metals. Alex hopes that his proposed methods will lead to industrial applications with limited waste output. He aims to use his time in Israel to establish a foundation for long-term collaboration with Israeli academia and industry.

Yoel Groman

Yoel Groman is a PhD student in the Department of Mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Yoel’s research lies at the crossroads of symplectic geometry and string theory physics. His research focuses on two related themes. One is open string mirror symmetry, a conjecture in pure mathematics inspired by string theory. The second is the quantitative geometry of holomorphic curves in symplectic manifolds.  Yoel aims to provide insight into mirror symmetry by defining a certain class of invariants, counting open holomorphic curves, whose existence was predicted by physicists.

Scott Hansen

Scott Hansen completed his PhD in environmental science and applied mathematics at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and is pursuing postdoctoral research at the Weizmann Institute of Science.  Scott’s research interests lie in foundational issues in contaminant hydrogeology, and the mathematical approach to prediction of groundwater behaviour, called continuous time random walk (CTRW).  By applying basic mathematical research to unresolved issues concerning this theory, Scott hopes to enhance prediction abilities which can help prevent contamination of groundwater, a major concern for both human and ecosystem health.

Hila Harris

Hila Harris is studying for her PhD in Neurobiology at Weizmann Institute of Science, exploring the relationship between visual perception, learning and memory. By focusing on human vision and the way the brain works to process input and recognize objects, Hila aims to uncover laws of perceptual learning and shed light on underlying mechanisms of brain plasticity and sensory adaptation. This knowledge can help toward the development of rehabilitation methods for the damaged or abnormal brain, such as for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Delphine Lumbroso

Delphine Lumbroso completed her PhD in respiratory physiology and experimental medicine at Laval University in Quebec, and is pursuing postdoctoral research at the University of Haifa.  Her research focuses on the study of hypoxia tolerance, combining integrative physiology, immunology and molecular biology approaches. Delphine hopes that her current research in Israel, under the supervision of two top leaders in this field, will help her to shed light on hypoxia related therapeutic mechanisms that are implicated in diseases  like cancer, autoimmunity and inflammatory disorders.

Itay Remer

Itay Remer is a PhD student in the department of biomedical engineering at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. His research, in the field of biomedical optics, focuses on two directions: The first, development of a cellphone – based imaging probe which would enable a noninvasive diagnosis and monitoring solution for malaria. The second, development of an all-optical, noninvasive probe for imaging the mechanical properties of biological matter. Using the power of light and optics for biomedical applications, Itay hopes to provide knowledge and applicative solutions for the advancement of human global healthcare.

Nancy Sandoluvici

Nancy Sandoluvici – Katz is a graduate of the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. She is currently studying for her M. Arch. at the Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University. Her research focuses on public and affordable housing and the nature of the architect’s and the architecture’s social role in the planning of such. By examining architecture’s potential contribution to the success of affordable housing, she hopes to shed light on the positive impact the field can have and should have on future residential planning and building.

Alex Tolmachev

Alex Tolmachev is a PhD student in the field of advanced fiber optics communication, in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Technion. His research focuses on photonic transmission systems with coherent detection. By providing novel architecture for feasible, high-speed, and energy-efficient digital signal processing, Alex hopes to impact the next wave of expansion of Internet infrastructure, enabling the significant transmission speed demanded by society.

Oliver Van Kaick

Oliver van Kaick completed his PhD in computing science at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, and is pursuing postdoctoral research at Tel Aviv University. His research lies in the field of computer graphics and focuses on the development of higher-level representations for shape understanding. Oliver’s research, which is situated at the crossroads of geometry and computer science, has applications in numerous areas including computer animation, game development, and medical imaging. He is currently working on a number of projects which will contribute to more easily process, manipulate and synthesize 3D models.


Giora Alexandron

Giora Alexandron completed his PhD in Computer Science Education at the Weizmann Institute of Science. Currently he is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Online Education Research Group of Prof. David Pritchard ( His work includes Educational Data Mining to explore the behavior of online students; developing and testing Cognitive hypotheses; and using Machine Learning techniques to obtain Behavioral Analytics and to develop Recommendation Algorithms for Adaptive Learning.

Aleeza Gerstein

Postdoctoral research in Evolutionary Genetics  Tel-Aviv University Research topic: The effect of genetic background on the acquisition of antibiotic resistance in ‘Candida albicans.’

Itamar Gurman

Itamar Gurman is a PhD student at the Weizmann Institute of Science in the field of Condensed Matter Physics. His area of research is the fractional quantum Hall effect, where electrons, which are confined to a two dimensional world, cooled down to sub Kelvin temperatures and exposed to a high magnetic field, behave as new quasi-particles with a fraction of a charge. Itamar is exploring the traits of these quasi-particles, through experiments aimed at measuring their exclusion statistics, the correlation between one another and additional quantum properties. He hopes to open a path to new understandings and questions in the field of condensed matter.

Tal Levy

Tal Levy is a PhD student at Tel Aviv University in the field of Molecular Electronics, exploring transport in nano-scale devices. His research focuses on the development of theoretical and computational tools to exploit and understand the limitations and potential of organic solar cells, beginning at the single nano-structure level. By shedding light on the underpinning mechanisms that governs transport and the efficiency of such solar cells, Tal hopes to guide creation of tailored nano-structures, using single molecules as building blocks, and thus contribute to the development of efficient and inexpensive devices that use solar energy.

Eytan Mann Kanowitz

Eytan Mann is currently studying for his M.Arch. at the Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University. His research spans the fields of architectural theory, architectural policy, and the history of technology. Eytan focuses on assessing and critiquing the meaning of the architectural model in contemporary architecture. His research will focus on the digital model and its implication on scale and the tectonic.

Alexandre Mikhailine

Alexander is a NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. His research field: Inorganic Chemistry and Catalysis, using metal-ligand cooperation for the activation of various chemical bonds. Current research interests: Study of carbon-hydrogen bond functionalization reactions.

Pinaki Mondal

Pinaki Mondal completed his PhD at the University of Toronto in Mathematics. He is currently doing postdoctoral research at the Weizmann Institute of Science, using a technique known as ‘compactification’. Painters discovered the notion of perspective, which hints at a notion of infinity (e.g. parallel railway tracks meet at a point at infinity). The idea of points at infinity was formalized in mathematics under the terminology ‘compactification’ and underlies our understanding of many practical problems. Finding solutions to two equations in two unknowns becomes easier if the corresponding curves “behave well” near infinity. Pinaki will be using compactification techniques to study the behaviour of polynomial equations and systems of differential equations with polynomial coefficients.

Meera Nair

Meera Nair holds a PhD in Communications from Simon Fraser University, Canada. She is currently engaging in postdoctoral research at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the field of communication guided by the writings of Harold Adams Innis (1894-1952). Meera’s interests lie in the similarities that both Canada and Israel have in terms of development of copyright. She finds Israel’s moderate approach to copyright intriguing, set as it is against a global trend which increasingly stipulates that copyright is an instrument of absolute control. Israel’s approach is a better model for the world to follow, for it recognizes that creativity is cumulative and necessarily draws from existing intellectual effort. However, to fully capitalize on this domestic opportunity – to reach the heights of intellectual effort spanning cutting-edge research and the fine arts – a broader understanding of Israel’s approach is key.  Meera seeks to examine and participate within Israel’s current efforts to foster the awareness of fair use, a legitimate exception to copyright, which allows creativity and innovation to thrive.

Meytal Nasie

Meytal Nasie is a PhD student in the field of Education at Tel Aviv University. Her research focuses on inter-group conflict resolutions in a broader context of inter-group relations. Using the Israeli- Palestinian conflict as a primary case study, Meytal explores the impact of respect and disrespect on conflict escalation, moderation, and reconciliation. Within this context, her empirical research, which is conducted among Israelis and Palestinians, enables the simultaneous examination of the perspectives of both sides of the conflict. Meytal’s study emphasizes the importance of education for respect for the other in relationships in general and in conflicts in particular.

Mor Nitzan

Mor Nitzan is a PhD student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the fields of Physics and Computational Biology. Her research focuses on the analysis of genetic networks and specific regulatory modules within them. Mor explores questions that deal with the way functionality drives architecture and vice versa, the genetic sources of host-pathogen interactions, how organisms can efficiently switch between phenotypic modes according to a changing environment, how different layers of regulation contribute to the functionality of the network, and more.  The insights she hopes to provide can contribute both to effective synthetic design of regulatory mechanisms and to the understanding of the genetic origins of different diseases.

Tomer Peleg

Tomer Peleg is a PhD student at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in the field of Electrical Engineering. His research focuses on sparse representation for signal and image processing applications, such as improving images (i.e. photographs) by developing a mathematical language for them. By going beyond classical modeling assumptions, Tomer hopes to provide better treatment for signals and images, which will lead to performance improvement in various applications such as noise removal, blur correction, and more, which are of tremendous importance in scientific and medical applications, as well as non-scientific applications.

Marlin Penner

Marlin Penner completed his PhD at the University of Alberta in Chemistry. He is engaged in postdoctoral research at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, and in collaboration with a research group at Ben Gurion University of the Negev.  Marlin aims to use the tools of synthetic chemistry to explore the underlying mechanisms of recognition of ubiquitin, a protein that plays a critical role in cell behavior. Using his expertise in synthetic organic chemistry as a bridge to the world of biochemistry, he hopes that his fresh approach and the insights gained from his research will lead to a better understanding of and more effective treatment for implicated cellular diseases.

Tom Shaked

Tom Shaked is currently studying for his M.Arch. at the Azrieli School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University.  His research focuses on the representation of memory through architecture, and how this is affected by digital culture. Tom is exploring the changes that are emerging in the role of traditional architecture in creating physical spaces for commemoration and memorials, due to the advent of the digital age. He hopes to shed light on the relationship between physical and virtual aspects of commemorative architecture.

Alon Szczupak

Alon Szczupak is a PhD student in the field of Biotechnology Engineering at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. His interests lie in the development of biofuel cells, drawing on knowledge from fields of biology, electrochemistry, material engineering and more.  Alon’s research focuses on genetically modifying microorganisms to perform in an optimal manner in hybrid biofuel cells, in order to enable the cells to reach very high power outputs. If successful, his project will be a huge step towards the use of biofuel cells as a sustainable and feasible source for green energy.

Zachary Taylor

Zachary is a Technical Coordinator/Consultant at RWDI Consulting Engineers & Scientists,  QC, Canada. His research field: Civil & Environmental Engineering
Current research & development interests: Wind Engineering and Environmental Fluid Mechanics.

Keren Yizhak

Keren Yizhak is studying for her PhD in the field of Bioinformatics at Tel Aviv University. Her research focuses on the study of human disorders in which metabolism plays a central role, such as aging, cancer, and obesity. Keren develops novel computational methods to analyze cellular metabolism, by integrating high throughput data with genome-scale metabolic models. Her goal is to advance understanding of the pathogenesis of the underlying metabolic alterations of these diseases, and suggest novel therapeutic interventions to combat them.


Gad Abikhzer

Postdoctoral research in Nuclear Medicine Technion- Israel Institute of Science and Rambam Medical Center Research topic: Assessment of the clinical value of PET (Positron Emission Tomography) in infection and oncology, as well as SPECT/CT Imaging for early diagnosis of coronary artery disease.

Yonathan Anahory

Postdoctoral research in Condensed matter physics at Weizmann Institute of Science. Research topic: Development of a new magnetic field microscope for detailed investigation of magnetic phenomena in superconductors. More specifically, the study of strongly correlated electronic systems using a novel technique called scanning SQUID microscopy. This technique allows to resolve the magnetic field with unprecedented spatial resolution (50 nm) and magnetic moment sensitivity (better than the spin of a single electron).

Merav Battat – Aviram

Masters in Architecture & Urban planning Tel Aviv University Dissertation Topic: Spatial Duality: Urbanization Process and Social Dynamics in Israel.

Shoham Ben-David

Postdoctoral research in Computer Science, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Research Topics:  Merge of Partial Behavior Models and Probability of Temporal Logic Formulas.

Eyal Karzbrun

Eyal Karzbrun is studying for his PhD in the field of Synthetic Biology at the Weizmann Institute of Science. By constructing genetic networks on surfaces and controlling inter-gene distances, he aims to mimic basic cellular functions. Eyal’s work lies in the boundary between physics, material science and biology. Through a quantitative approach and a unique system of research, he hopes to bring new insights to the function of genetic networks in cells.

Michal Levo

Michal Levo is working on her PhD in the field of computational biology at the Weizmann Institute of Science. In her research, she seeks to understand how the DNA sequence encodes the binding of regulatory proteins and how these, then dictate gene expression. Using systematic large scale experiments and computational analysis, she hopes to gain a quantitative, mechanistic understanding of transcription regulation, providing new insights into the dynamics underlying genetically based diseases and paving the way for directed design of gene expression. Michal intends to start her postdoc studies at Princeton University in the summer of 2015.

Asaf Levy

Asaf Levy is a PhD student at the Weizmann Institute of Science in the field of Molecular Genetics. His research is multidisciplinary, combining the fields of microbiology, genetics, computer science and statistics, to examine how bacterial non protein-coding genetic elements can cause toxicity to foreign cells. In doing so, Asaf hopes to open a door towards the development of new antibiotics.

Michal Nissim

Michal Nissim is a PhD student at Bar-Ilan University in the field of Education. She is researching the effects of aquatic motor intervention on sensory-motor development, language development, and cognitive development while searching for the neural mechanisms that may mediate the behavioral change. Michal hopes to provide neuro-biological evidences, which will influence the field of hydrotherapy as well as the field of education, offering a deeper understanding of sensory-motor integration and encouraging professionals to seek appropriate therapeutic intervention for developmental deficiencies.

Michal was appointed, starting September 2019, head of Teacher for Students with Profound and Multiple Disabilities unit at David Yellin Academic College of Education.

Benoit Palmieri

Postdoctoral research in theoretical chemistry. Weizmann Institute of Science
Research topic: Diffusion in confining environments Stabilization mechanism for cell membrane microdomains.

Yulia Sapir

Yulia Sapir is working on her PhD in the field of biotechnology engineering at Ben Gurion University of the Negev. She is researching the use of cardiac tissue engineering to create a vascularized cardiac patch, by creating biomimetic, rigorously controlled microenvironments stimulated by applying electrical and magnetic fields. In doing so, Yulia hopes to induce organization of functional vascularized cardiac tissue, which can treat congenital heart disease and heart failure.

Eran Treister

Eran Treister is studying for his PhD in Computer Science at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. His research features the development of algebraic multigrid methods for solving large linear and non-linear systems of equations, arising from complex and common problems met by engineers and scientists on a regular basis. His main goal is to expand the applicability of algebraic multigrid methods, while focusing on adaptive aggregation-based multigrid approaches.

Desiree Tillo

Postdoctoral research in Genomics Weizmann Institute of Science
Research topic: High-throughput  approaches to study gene regulation

Efrat Vertes

Masters in Architecture & Urban planning. Tel Aviv University
Dissertation Topic:  The Heritage Preservation Phenomenon in Tel Aviv-Jaffa and its Implications on the City’s Architecture and Urban Culture.

Anat Zaidman – Zait

Postdoctoral research in Education, Tel Aviv University
Research Topic: Parental stress and coping processes among parents of children with disabilities.

Mati Zakai-Mashiach

Mati Zakai-Mashiach is a PhD student at Tel Aviv University in the field of Special Education. Her research focuses on the social relationships between typically developing (TD) preschoolers and children with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) who have been integrated in their classrooms. Her research focuses particularly, on the social-cognition and social behavior characteristics of the TD preschoolers who demonstrated social interest in the ASD child. In addition, she is also examining parents’ and teachers’ attitudes towards inclusion and towards special needs preschoolers. Mati hopes to offer practical guidelines for community and educational policy for inclusion of special needs individuals into society, from preschool age and onward.

2010 - 2011

Lilach Ashoulin

PhD in Education, University of Haifa
Dissertation Topic: Offspring of Righteous Among the Nations:  The Place and Meaning of the Story of Rescuers of Jews during the Holocaust in the Lives of their Adult Offspring

Ariel Ben-Sasson

PhD in Nano-Technology Technion- Israel Institute of Technology
​Dissertation Topic: Vertical Organic Field Effect Transistors Realized by Block-Copolymers Self-Assembly.

Michal Braier

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning Tel Aviv University and Ben Gurion University
Thesis Topic: Planning in the Grey Zone: Independent Zoning Plans in East Jerusalem.

Iftach Dolev

PhD in Neurobiology, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation Topic: Reciprocal relationship between Neuronal Activity and Endogenous Aß Release in hippocampal circuits.

Nir Erdinest

Ph.D in Neurobiology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
​Dissertation Topic:  Mechanisms of Ocular Surface Inflammation

Raja Giryes

PhD in Computer Science, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology Israel
​Dissertation Topic: Sparsity Models for Signals: Theory and Applications.

Talya Goren

PhD in Special Education, University of Haifa
Dissertation Topic: The Effect of Parents’ Preparation for the Diagnosis on their Diagnostic experience and Treatment Decision-Making

Erez Klapper

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning, Tel Aviv University
Thesis Topic:  New applications in stone architecture.

Boaz Miller

Postdoctoral research in Social Epistemology, University of Haifa
Research Topics: Gaining Knowledge from Experts and the Internet: A Philosophical Study.

Elad Noor

PhD in Biochemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science
​Dissertation Topic: Studying Evolutionary Constraints through Design and Analysis of Metabolic Pathways

Mikael Rechtsman

Postdoctoral research in Physics Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Research Topic: Manipulating light in structured materials at the microscale and nanoscale, where trapping and bending light can lead to new optical nanotechnologies.

Daniel-Robert Chebat

Postdoctoral research in Neurobiology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Research Topic: Neural Correlates of Real and Virtual Navigation in the Blind using Auditory and Tactile Sensory Substitution Devices.
Daniel is Currently holding a research position at Ariel University in the Dept. of Behavioral Sciences

Aviad Rubin

Research and teaching in Political Science, University of Haifa
Research Topic: Language Policy, Minority-State Relations and the
Limits of Linguistic Integration in Three Democratic Regimes.

Gili Shapira

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning, Tel Aviv University
Thesis Topic:  The Architect as a Subject in the Era of Digital Design.

Hila Zarosim

PhD in Computer Science, Bar Ilan University
Dissertation Topic: The Complexity of Interactive Cryptographic Protocols.


Omri Abend

PhD in Computational Linguistics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Research Topic: Grammatical Annotation Founded on Semantics: A Cognitive Linguistics Approach to Grammatical Corpus Annotation.

Bnaya Bauer

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Thesis Topic: Natural Colony Typologies and There Implications in Architecture.

Sivan Bercovici

PhD in Bioinformatics Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Dissertation Topic: Mapping by Admixture Linkage Disequilibrium – New Criteria and Algorithms

Michal Bleicher – Kugler

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning, Tel Aviv University
Thesis Topic: Climatic aspects in the relationship between workers’ housing (public housing) courtyards and the structures described in the Geddes Urban Plan.

Guy Cohen

PhD in Theoretical Chemical Physics, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation Topic: Non equilibrium Dynamics in Quantum Impurity Models: Numerically Exact Methods and the Role of Memory.

Guy was an Azrieli Fellow during his graduate studies at Tel-Aviv University with Prof. Eran Rabani. His research topics ranged from the theoretical investigation of molecular spintronic devices and the optical properties of nano-particles, to the development of numerical methods for treating non-equilibrium quantum impurity models.

Noy Lazarovich

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Thesis Topic: Smart Material Systems for High Performance Building Envelopes.

Ohad Manor

PhD in Computational Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science
Research Topic: Computational approaches for prediction of molecular and global phenotypes from genotype.

Hedva Meiri

PhD in Education, University of Haifa
Dissertation Topic: Implicit Learning Processes of Compensated Dyslexic Readers.

Oren Shoval

PhD in Systems Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation Topic: Design principles of biological systems

Lior Somech

PhD in Education Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dissertation Topic: Effectiveness and mediating mechanisms in a “Hitkashrut” program for preschoolers with early-onset conduct problems: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Omri Wurtzel

PhD in Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation Topic: The complexity of the prokaryotic transcriptome.

Omer Yaffe

PhD in Molecular Electronics, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation Topic: Interplay between molecular and solid state electronic properties in metal-organic molecular monolayer- semiconductor


Netta Abugov

PhD in Education, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation Topic: Child and Adult Noun Plurals in Israeli Yiddish: A Psycholinguistic Study in the Hasidic Community.

Barak Alfassi

PhD in Physics Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Dissertation Topic: Optics in Nonlocal Nonlinear Media and in Sub-Wavelength Photonic Structures.

Liat Savin Ben-Shoshan

PhD in Architecture and Film, Bar-Ilan University
Dissertation Topic: Structuring the Public Realm in Architecture and Cinema 1945-1983

These days, Savin teaches at the Architecture department at the Bezalel academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem as well as at the Architecture department at the Neri Bloomfield (Wizo) School of Design and Education, Haifa.

On a personal note:
“My years as an Azrieli Fellow were exciting, interesting and enjoyable. I enjoyed meeting scholars of other fields of research on a regular basis. These encounters broadened my view on research and of the experience of research. Furthermore, meeting scholars and key intellectuals of my own field of research, furthered the development of my academic network. All in all, being an Azrieli Fellow made the experience of completing my Phd in Architecture a significant and meaningful experience, and most importantly, strengthened my own belief in myself and in my academic future.”

Omer Barad

PhD in Molecular Genetics, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation Topic: Genetic circuit design based on robustness considerations.

Currently, Omer is a CTO at NRGENE, an Israeli biotech start-up.

Yehuda Brody

Ph.D. Biotechnology, Bar-Ilan University
Dissertation Topic: Spatial and temporal analysis of RNA polymerase II transcription kinetics in living cells.

Arie Shaus

PhD in Applied Mathematics and Archaeology, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation Topic: Analyzing First Temple Period Inscriptions.

Shira Soffer

PhD in Education The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dissertation Topic: Achievement goals, argumentation and conceptual learning.

Natanel Elfassy

Masters in Architecture & Philosophy Tel Aviv University
Thesis topic: [Topo] Philosophy – The Spatial thought of Deleuze and Guattari.

Tali Re’em

PhD in Biotechnology Engineering Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Dissertation Topic: Design of Cell Microenvironment for Controlled Osteocchondral Differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells.

Oded Haas

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning, Tel Aviv University
Thesis topic: Old Village, New Urbanity – “New Urbanism” and a Palestinian village in the heart of Tel Aviv.


Fatina Abreek- Zubiedat

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning Technion – Israel Institute of Technology Thesis topic: The Architecture of the Palestinian “Refugee Camps” in the West Bank, Dheisheh Refugee Camp as a Case Study, 1948-1967.

Omri Barak

PhD in Computational Neuroscience, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation topic: Working Memory in Recurrent Neural Networks with Dynamic Synapses.

Jonathan Berant

PhD in Computer Science and Linguistics, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation topic: Global Learning of Textual Entailment Graphs.

Shlomit Davidovitch

PhD in Education Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dissertation topic: Adaptive and Maladaptive Rumination – the role of observer vs. field perspective

Naama Elefant

MD/PhD in Computational Biology and Genetics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Dissertation topic: Roles for microRNAs in Host-pathogen Interaction and Carcinogenesis.

Edna Langenthal

PhD in Architecture & Philosophy, Tel Aviv University
Dissertation topic:  Towards a Phenomenology of Architecture: Between the Technological, the Ethical and the Poetic.

Tal Modai

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Thesis topic: Residential Mobility – Analysis of Intra-Metropolitan Flows and Sorting Dynamics.

Tali Sadka – Raveh

PhD in Computational Biology Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation topic: DNA-Encoded Mechanisms of Transcriptional Control.

Shira Sprecher – Segalovitz

Masters in Architecture & Urban Planning Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
Thesis topic: DeathScape: Muslim Cemeteries and the Evolution of Urban Space, Mamilla and Abed Al-Nabi Cemeteries as Case Studies

Aryeh (Arik) Segev

PhD in Education Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Dissertation topic: Moral Education in Liberal-Open Societies.

Haim Suchowski

PhD in Physics, Weizmann Institute of Science
Dissertation topic: Spatio-temporal Coherent Control of Nonlinear Optical Interactions.

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