Current Position

Pappalardo Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Education:

2015 Ph.D. Physics Tel-Aviv University
2010 B.A. Physics Hebrew University
2010 B.Sc. Computer Engineering Hebrew University

Professional Experience:

Pappalardo Post-Doctoral Fellow, MIT 2015 - Present
Experimental Physicists, IDF General Corps 2009 - 2015
Instructor and course developer, "Simulation of Transport of Particles and Radiation", Physics graduate program, Hebrew University 2008
Provisioning engineer, FTL lab, Intel 2007 - 2009

Fellowships and Awards:

JSA (Jefferson-Lab) Thesis Prize 2016
Intensity Frontier Fellowship, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FANL) 2016 - 2017
Israeli Physical Society prize for graduate research in Experimental Physics 2015
Pappalardo Fellowship, MIT 2015 - 2018
Rothschild Fellowship, 'Yad-Hanadiv' foundation 2015 - 2016
A. Pazi Award, Israeli Council for Higher Education 2013
J. Eisenberg Award, Tel-Aviv University 2011

Professional Activities:

Chair, International Conference, 'Frontiers in Photonuclear Science', Paphos, Cyprus. October 2015
Spokesperson, Jefferson-Lab experiment E12-11-003A: “In Medium Proton Structure function, SRC, and the EMC effect”. 2015 - Present
Spokesperson, Jefferson-Lab experiment E12-14-011: “Proton and Neutron Momentum Distribution in A=3 Asymmetric Nuclei”. 2014 - Present
Organizing committee, 'International Workshop on QCD in the Nuclear Medium', Tel-Aviv University, Israel. June 2013
Spokesperson, Jefferson-Lab experiment E12-11-107: “In Medium Nucleon Structure functions, SRC, and the EMC effect”. 2011 - Present

Conferences \ Seminars Presentations:

54 oral presentations given in the form of invited and plenary talks (31), seminars and colloquia (17), and contributed talks (6).



(Last Update: June 2016)