Electrical and Electronics engineering - Physical Electronics

The field of physical electronics, which deals with the physical aspects of modern applied electronics - semiconductors, electro optics and fiber optics, nanotechnology, renewable energy and microwaves - is rapidly developing and is playing a major role in both developments and improvements in the hi-tech, science intensive industry found in Israel.

Main research groups:

Electrooptics:  Nonlinear Optics, Photonic Crystals, Plasmonics, Ultrafast optics, Nanophotonics, Photoacoustics, Optical fibers and communication, and diffractive optics.
Materials Devices and Energy:  Nanotechnology, Biosensors and Bio-inspired nanomaterials, Lab on a chip technologies, Electrical discharge, Theoretical modeling of materials and devices, and Photovoltaic power conversion and processing  
Electromagnetics:  Propagation and Scattering in Complex Structures, Antenna Design, Radio frequency integrated circuits, mm-wave CMOS circuits, and Microwave interaction with materials.

  • Energy and Power Electronics
  • Electro optics, Micro and nano optical devices
  • Electro - magnetics
  • Micro electronics, Nano technology, Materials
Researcher Research Topics
Prof. Joseph Appelbaum (Emeritus) Solar Energy, photovoltaic systems, electrical machines and drives, electromagnetic devices
Prof. Arie Braunstein (Emeritus) Power systems, lightning strikes, solar energy
Prof. G. Weiss Power converters for distributed electricity generators, synchronverters, energy from water waves and wind turbines, the control of energy storage units on the utility grid, voltage smoothing using relatively small capacitors
Prof. Sigmond Singer (Emeritus) Power circuits electronics, small energy sources, power processing, lossless control, solar energy, gaseous laser control
Dr. Doron Shmilovitz Solar energy systems optimization, high efficiency dc/dc and dc/ac converters, energy harvesting and wireless energy transfer, transducers, sensors and piezoelectric micro-generators. 
Dr. Yuval Beck Smart grids, non intrusive load monitoring, renewable energy, power systems, power flows
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