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Leading Researchers:

4D imaging system for root phenotyping

The Technology Root phenotypic plasticity is a major factor allowing plants to adapt to their ever changing environment. Although this fundamental issue is of great agricultural importance, studying root plasticity is highly complex due to their hidden nature. We present an automatic system for monitoring root growth and tropic responses (3D spatial coordinates and kinetics). […] Read More >

Prof. Bahabad Alon

High-harmonic-generation from coherently controlled excited medium, Superoscillations in optics , Applications of Genetic and behavioral algorithms , Coupled mode dynamics. Email: Phone: 03-6409423 Fax: 03-6423508 Website:… Office: Electrical Engineering, 227 Read More >

Prof. CHAMOVITZ Daniel

Daniel Chamovitz grew up in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, and studied at both Columbia University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he received his Ph.D. in Genetics. From 1993 to 1996 he carried out postdoctoral research at Yale University before accepting a faculty position at Tel Aviv University. In 2002, Prof. Chamovitz was a visiting scientist […] Read More >

Prof. Ebenstein Yuval

Our lab specializes in many areas of optical imaging and spectroscopy with emphasis on single molecule detection and development of imaging based techniques. Our research is focused on the application of novel imaging and optical detection approaches to genomic studies and biomarker detection. We are developing new spectroscopy and microscopy methodologies that combine advanced optics […] Read More >

Prof. Eyal Avishay

Research Interests: Photonic signal processing Propagation of light in optical fibers Polarimetric measurements Read More >

Dr. EZRATI Smadar

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Prof. Friedmann- Morvinski Dinorah

Our lab studies the mechanisms of cancer cell reprogramming and the contributions of the tumor microenvironment to this process. Using an integrative approach to study brain tumor (glioma)-specific neurobiology and oncobiology, the research in my lab currently explores the following directions: Examining the parallel changes in oncogenesis and the induction of pluripotency Elucidating the mechanisms […] Read More >

Prof. Fromm Hillel

Research goals: Our aim is to understand the mechanisms underlying plant adaptation to environmental threats. We address fundamental molecular, cellular, genetic and physiological aspects while attempting to employ basic principles for the improvement of plants and the environment. Environmental & Applied projects: * Plant – water relations: Water-use efficiency, Hydrotropism, Root-to-shoot signaling, Root architecture * […] Read More >

Prof. Ginzburg Pavel

The antenna laboratory provides capabilities of far field and near field antenna pattern and scattering tests. Automatic and manual measurements in the frequency range of 0.1GHz – 20GHz and up could be routinely performed. Near-field scanners with calibrated field probes enable extracting all field components including the phase. Available equipment includes an Agilent Performance Network […] Read More >

Prof. Gozin Michael

Research My group’s research activity mainly focused on preparation and characterization of novel nitrogen-rich materials for fire-extinguishing and other applications, preparation of new materials for therapy and biomedical imaging and development of new chemosensors for forensic and other applications. Design, synthesis and characterization of nitrogen-rich materials Design, synthesis and evaluation of chemosensors for forensic and […] Read More >

Dr. MILLET Eitan

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Leading Researchers:

Human and Animal Pathogenic Fungi and Yeast

Prof. Segal’s laboratory is in the Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology at the School of Medicine.   The focus of the Lab. is research of human and animal pathogenic fungi (Candida, Aspergillus, Dermatophytes), exploring particularly antifungal drugs, pathogenesis and host-pathogen interactions.   The lab. has proficiency and expertise in: • General microbiological technology, with emphasis […] Read More >

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