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Magnetic Devices based on Extraordinary Hall Effect

The Invention Magnetic based sensors and memory elements based on the Extraordinary Hall Effect (EHE).  Non-volatile memories can be constructed by utilizing anisotropic thin films resulting in stable hysteresis which can represent binary states. Extremely sensitive sensors can be constructed which generate voltage as a function of magnetic disturbances. Potential Applications Memory devices complementing or […] Read More >

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Microelectromechanical Systems (Mems) Sensors and Actuators

TechnologyMy research activity in the area of design and modeling of micro- and nanoelectromechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS) combines both theoretical and applied aspects and falls in several directions. The overall scope of the research is in the development of new approaches to actuation and sensing and their implementation in micro devices.   In the realm of micro […] Read More >

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Gas sensor based on optical sensing of porous silicon

During the last decade there has been a growing demand of devices for monitoring the ambient regarding the existence of hazardous gases and materials. Routine methods for identifying hazardous materials and pollutants are cumbersome, expensive and time-consuming. The ambient atmosphere needs to be collected and sampled, and separation is sometimes needed between organic and inorganic […] Read More >

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High Temperature superconducting wires on Sapphire

Next generation of superconducting wires – double-sided coated superconductor tapes on sapphire that will be much simpler to fabricate, will have a lower cost, and much lower AC losses compared with current technologies. We are targeting the electricity market addressing a growing problem of blackouts due to power surges. Using our innovation to introduce revolutionary […] Read More >

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Cancellation of Non-linear Interference in Optical Fiber Communication

ObjectivesThe theoretical research has led to the understanding that the effects of the nonlinear interference (NLIN) between the various channels in wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) environment can be described as time-varying inter-symbol interference (ISI) between the samples of the desired signal. The ISI coefficients depend on the interfering signals and, as our analysis showed, due […] Read More >

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A simplified optical receiver using the Hilbert transform

Coherent optical transceivers are widely deployed in metropolitan, long-haul and ultra long-haul fiber optic networks. Their performance in terms of sensitivity and data-rate is unparalleled, but their cost is high, in large part because they rely on an expensive optical front end in the receiver. The fron-end consists of integrated optical elements manufactured with interferometric […] Read More >

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A Software Only Anti-Spoofing Defense System For In-Car CAN Bus Networks

Modern cars have multiple dedicated computers under the hood called “electronic control units” (ECUs). These ECUs control all aspects of the car’s operation and are connected to each other in a network that typically uses the CAN bus protocol, which bus is a simple serial protocol, with absolutely no security components. Replacing CAN bus with […] Read More >

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Dynamic structured light projector based on resonance domain diffractive optical elements

The field is the 3D scanning for sensing, imaging, 3D printing and computer-integrated manufacturing. We develop a critical device for dynamic creation of the structured light (SL) patterns that was a bottleneck in triangulation-based 3D sensing with active illumination.  Resorting to matured technology of lasers arrays as well as to emerging academically proven technology of […] Read More >

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Coupler for fiber optic quasi distributed sensing

TAU researchers have developed a first of its kind sensing platform termed Optical – Universal Sensor Bus (O-USB). It facilitates simple, flexible and cost-effective deployment of sensor arrays over very long distances (tens of kilometers per control box) for a wide variety of applications. It supports almost any type of sensor and allows mixing of […] Read More >

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Dendritic Cell-Targeted Nanovaccine for SARS-CoV-2 with Incorporated Immune Potentiators

Mammalian cell transfection with DNA, RNA, small molecules, and proteins is a widely used molecular biology technique. The primary method of cell transfection is electropermeabilization, which increases the permeability of the cell membrane, allowing chemicals, drugs or DNA to be introduced into the cell. Bulk electroporation has been used for DNA transfection in suspension cells […] Read More >

Prof. Bronstein Alexander

Geometry: theoretical and computational methods in metric geometry, embedding problems, discrete Gromov-Hausdorff distances, spectral and diffusion geometry, geometric approaches to problems in image sciences. Computational shape analysis: non-rigid similarity and correspondence, partial similarity, symmetry and structure, feature based methods, large-scale shape retrieval, invariant texture mapping, shape synthesis and morphing. Computer vision: 3D acquisition and reconstruction, feature descriptors, image and video retrieval […] Read More >

Prof. Deutscher Guy

A nanoscale coherence length is a key property of high temperature superconductors. Point Contact and STM spectroscopy can be used to reveal the effect of nanoscale faceting on the order parameter (1,2). These studies are fundamental for the development of tunneling and Josephson devices. Another kind of device being studied consists of a two ferromagnetic […] Read More >

Prof. Dvir Tal

Microfluidics-based tissue engineering. Recreating stem cell niches, microfluidics bioreactors for tissue engineering. Nanotechnological strategies for engineering thick cardiac tissue. Engineering a 3D neuronal network for spinal cord and brain regeneration. Fabrication of Nanoelectronics/engineered tissue hybrids. Developing smart delivery systems that recruit stem cells to defected organs. Email: Phone: 03-6406514 Another phone: 03-6408604 Website:… Office: […] Read More >

Prof. Eyal Avishay

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

Prof. Feder Meir

Research: Information Theory Network Information Theory Signal and Data Compression Universal Coding Statistical Signal Processing   Read More >

Prof. GERBER Alexander

1.  Nanoscale magnetic systems. a) Spin-dependent electronic transport in ultra-thin magnetic films and granular ferromagnet – normal metal and ferromagnet – insulator mixtures. b) Giant magnetoresistance (GMR) and tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR). c) Extraordinary Hall effect in ultra-thin films and heterogeneous mixtures. d) Magnetic properties of single nanoscale magnetic clusters and their arrays. c) Development of […] Read More >

Dr. Golub Z’L Michael

Michael A. Golub received M.Sc. degree from the Samara State Aerospace University in 1978, and Ph.D degree from the Lebedev Physical Institute, Moscow in 1982. In 1986 and 1992 he was appointed Associate professor and Professor positions at the Technical Cybernetics department in the Samara State Aerospace University. He has been visiting professor in National […] Read More >

Prof. Iraqi Fuad A.

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Mr. Konforti Naim Z”L

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Prof. Krylov Viacheslav

Research Interests Modeling and design of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) Dynamics of structures with applications to MEMS and NEMS Wave propagation Fluid Structure Interaction Read More >

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