I joined the school of Electric Engineering at Tel-Aviv University on July 2020.
Before that, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Texas at Austin, in the “Metamaterials & Plasmonics Research Laboratory” of prof. Andrea Alu (Now at the ASRC in CUNY) where I studied wave propagation in space-time modulated systems, and asymmetric wave excitation in complex structures. I earned my Ph.D. at Tel-Aviv University under the supervision of prof. Ben Z. Steinberg, where my research was focused on analytic methods and waves in nano-particle arrays.
I received my B.Sc. from the Technion with honors, in the faculty of Biomedical Engineering.
I am a Ph.D. student at the school of Electric Engineering at Tel-Aviv University since November 2021.
I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. in electrical engineering from Ben-Gurion University. My M.Sc. research focused on techniques for thinning antenna arrays, under the supervision of Prof. Reuven Shavit.
Currently working on characterization of biological tissues using the open-ended coaxial probe technique for dielectric measurement.
I am an M.Sc student in the school of Electric Engineering at Tel-Aviv University from 2019. I received my B.Sc degree in electrical engineering from Ben Gurion University.
Currently, working on incorporating time-varying components into measurement and sensing systems to improve sensitivity and performance.
I am an M.Sc. student at the school of Electrical Engineering at Tel Aviv University since 2022. I received my B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Tel Aviv University. Currently I am working on frequency selective surfaces (FSSs) with high angular stability response.
I am a B.Sc. student in the school of Electric Engineering at Tel-Aviv university since 2020. Currently working on edge effect corrections in meta-materials using analytical methods.