Prof. Ady Arie received his B.Sc. degree in Mathematics and Physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1983. In 1986 and 1992 he received his M.Sc. degree in Physics and Ph.D. degree in Engineering from Tel-Aviv University. Between 1991 and 1993 he was a Wolfson and Fulbright postdoctoral scholar in the group of Prof. Robert L. Byer at Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford University, U.S.A. In 1993 he joined the Dept. of Physical Electronics, School of Electrical Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering, Tel-Aviv University. Since 2006 he is a Professor of Electrical Engineering. Prof. Arie was the vice dean for Research of the Faculty of Engineering in the years 2011-2013. In the years 2013-2017 he served as the Head of the School of Electrical Engineering. Currently, he is the Head of the TAU Center for Light Matter Interaction, http://www3.tau.ac.il/lmi/. In the years 2008-2014 he was a topical editor of Optics Letters. Prof. Arie is a Senior Member of IEEE, Chair of the Israel Section of IEEE-Photonics, and a Fellow of the Optical Society of America. Since 2015 he holds the Marko and Lucie Chaoul Chair in Nano-Photonics. In 2016 he won the Kadar Family Award for Outstanding Research.
His research in the last years is in the areas of nonlinear optics, plasmonics, hydrodynamics and electron microscopy.
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Dr. Danveer Singh
Dr. Danveer Singh completed his Bachelor and Master (BS-MS) integrated degree program from Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) Pune in 2012. During his undergrad program, he was awarded INSPIRE (SHE), DST scholarship. He completed his doctoral degree from IISER Pune in 2017, thesis entitled “Coupled Plasmonic Nanowires: Dual Channel Fourier Microscopy Studies”. He was INSPIRE (AORC), DST fellow during his doctorate program. In 2017, he joined School of Electrical Engineering in the group of prof. Ady Arie as a postdoctoral fellow at Tel Aviv University, Israel under the University matching fellowship to study the Nanoplasmonic spectrometers email@example.com
Roei joined the lab at July 2014 as an MSc in electrical engineering, then moved to the direct track to PhD on March 2015. He graduated B.Sc in Physics and computer science with honors at 2002, at Tel Aviv University. Roei worked as a citizen in the IDF as a senior optical engineer and a team leader of an R&D physical group. He also has B.A in psychology from The Open University. Roei’s research interests are electron-matter-light interactions, super oscillations, and electron wavefront shaping. In 2016, Roei won Dan David prize for PhD students.
Sivan joined Ady Arie’s group as a Ph.D candidate in the direct Ph.D program in April 2014, after starting an M.Sc in his lab on October 2013. She recived her B.Sc degree (with honors) in Physics and Computer Science in Tel Aviv University in March 2013. She worked as a consulter in the field of Cyber and security during her undergraduate studies. Her research in the lab focuses on non linear beam shaping.
Ana joined the lab in the summer of 2011 as an M.S.c student then became a PhD student on June 2013. She holds a B.S.c. in Electrical Engineering, a B.Sc in Physics from Tel-Aviv University (with distinction) and an M.S.c in Physics from Tel-Aviv University (with distinction). In her M.S.c she investigated linear and non-linear beam shaping. Her PhD research focues on surface plasmon polaritons on flat and curved surfaces.
Dror joined the lab in the summer of 2014 as a M.Sc student, then moved to the direct track to PhD on April 2016. He holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and a B.Sc in Physics from Tel-Aviv University.During his B.Sc he worked as a research assistant under the supervision of Prof. Yossi Rosenwaks, studying the negative space charge effects in photon-enhanced thermionic emission solar converters. His research focuses on surface plasmon polaritons.
Dr. Guilia Meshulam
Niv joined the lab at April 2016 as an M.Sc student. He holds a B.Sc in Electrical Engineering from Tel-Aviv University. His research focuses on advanced structured-illumination microscopy methods for optical and electronic arrangements. During his B.Sc he worked at Prof. Abraham Kribus solar energy group developing Lab-view measurement tools for photon-enhanced thermionic emission converters.
Gary completed his B.Sc in Physics and Astronomy in 2014, as well as his M.Sc in experimental Condensed Matter Physics in 2017, at Tel Aviv University. His master’s research was completed under the supervision of Dr. Tal Schwartz, in which he investigated various phenomena of ultrafast chemical physics, and measured the spatial dynamics of Exciton-Polaritons in organic micro-cavities for the first time. Currently he is applying his rich experience in quantum mechanics and optics in hydrodynamics, in order to study quantum and optical analogies in gravity surface water-waves , both theoretically and experimentally.
Aviv joined the lab in 2016 as part of his undergraduate project, and then graduated, summa cum laude, his B.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Physics in 2017 from Tel Aviv University. He then continued as a Physics M.Sc. student, focusing his research on nonlinear and quantum optics.
Zhigui joined the Ady’s lab in September 2017 as an M.Sc. student. He received a B.Sc. degree with honors in Electrical Engineering from South China Agricultural University in June 2017. During his B.Sc., his field of interest were optical transmission and manipulation in Bragg-grating structures. Now, his research is focusing on optical superoscillation.
Dr. Giuseppe Di Domenico
Giuseppe join the lab in June 2018 as a postdoctoral fellow at Tel Aviv University. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in chemical engineering from ‘Universita degli studi di L’Aquila’ and then he got his Ph.D in physics from ‘La Sapienza’ University, in Rome. During his research he carried out experiments in nonlinear optics and optical microscopy, in particular on spatial solitons, electro-holography, para to ferroelectric phase transition and imaging in turbid media. At present Giuseppe is interested in fiber optics device optimization and spatial and spectral shaping of spontaneous parametric down converted photons.