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.
Nonlinear Optics, Photonic Crystals, Plasmonics, Ultrafast optics, Nanophotonics, Photoacoustics, Optical fibers and communication, and diffractive optics.
|Prof. Avishay Eyal||Optical fiber sensors, distributed Sensing, bio-medical photoacoustics, polarization related phenomena in optical fibers, optical measurement techniques|
|Prof. Ady Arie||Non-linear optics, plasmonics, electron optics, optical measurements, quantum optics, spectroscopy.|
|Dr. Alon Bahabad||Ultrafast optics, extreme non linear optics, quantom optics, nanophotonics|
|Prof. Avi Gover (Emeritus)||Quantum electronics, electrodynamics, free electron lasers, meta-surface laser accelerator, electron quantum wave interactions, radiation devices, millimeter-Waves, THz waves, electronic devices|
|Prof. Amos Hardy (Emeritus)||Lasers and amplifiers, optic fibers, wave conductor optics, optic fiber optics, integrated optics, laser resonator, optic communication|
|Prof. Moshe Tur||Fiber-optic sensing (with current emphasis on Structural Health Monitoring), Fiber Bragg gratings, novel sensing techniques, the Brillouin effect in sensing and slow light, advanced fiber-optic communication systems, polarization mode dispersion, microwave photonics and fiber-optic signal processing|
|Prof. Boris Malomed||Nonlinear optics, solitons, nonlinear pattern formation, optical telecommunications, dynamical lattices, nonlinear dynamics, Bose-Einstein condensation, Josephson junctions (superconductivity)|
|Prof. David Mendlovic||Miniature imaging systems and advanced imaging: Hyperspectral; 3-D sensing; Improved image quality|
|Prof. Shlomo Ruschin (Emeritus)||Design, processing and characterization of photonic devices for applications in: optical communication, environmental sensing, bio-sensing, optical waveguides, laser physics, coherent beam design and propagation|
|Prof. Mark Shtaif||Communications theory and signal processing with applications to the fiber-optic channel, theory of communications through a nonlinear channel, quantum communications in fiber-optic links|
|Prof. Jacob Scheuer||Dynamic Metamaterials & Metasurfaces, plasmonics, nano-photonics, integrated optics, bio-chemical & rotation sensors, semiconductor lasers, slow and fast light, non-linear optics, polymer optics|
|Prof. Emanuel Marom (Emeritus)||Holography, image processing, optical fibers, integrated optics, imaging systems , optical imaging systems (IR and visible) with extended depth of field, sparse representation and deep learning techniques for deblurring, refocusing and depth determination from single images using optical and electronic processing|
|Dr. Michael Golub||Diffractive optics and micro-optics, high-contrast dielectric diffraction structures and metasurfaces, computer-generated holograms for 3D display, laser beam shaping, advanced optical imaging and sensing, optical communication with mode-division multiplexing|