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Advanced Materials and Devices: Polymer Science and Technology, Advanced Materials

Research and development of advanced materials and devices focuses on novel materials and nanomaterials for various electronic, optoelectronic, polymers, and energy harvesting applications. Development of advanced materials require an interdisciplinary approach, and aims to achieve unique devices that solve real-world challenges.

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Academic staff
Prof. Yoed Tsur's research group studies materials for sustainable energy applications using advanced methods developed within the group. They prepare models from the stage of producing the nanometric powder to a complete model, and perform electrical measurements on them, analyzed using software they developed.
Professor Hossam Haick is utilizing cutting-edge nanotechnology-based sensors and biomarkers to engineer artificial devices that imitate the functions of the nose, skin and tongue for early disease detection and the solving of environmental issues.
Prof. Dario Dekel discovered his passion for research during his graduate degree studies. During Dario’s  MSc, his supervisor (Prof. Gidi Grader) gave him a research topic (and a thesis title) during the first week of the studies: Preparation of Superconducting Materials by Spray Pyrolysis Technique. He graduated with an outstanding thesis (and paper): “I remember […]
Developing advanced composite materials for controlled drug delivery
Asst. Prof. Tamar Segal-Peretz develops nanotechnology for conserving resources and streamlining diverse technologies: from computers and optical devices to efficient membranes for water treatment. February 2022 After completing a BSc in Biochemical Engineering at the Technion, Tamar Segal-Peretz worked in industry and felt she wanted to delve deeper into research. She decided to pursue a […]