Functional nanostructures are the enabling basis for today’s and tomorrow’s nanotechnology. Our research group focuses on how to improve functional nanostructures in a wide array of applications, ranging from semiconductor nano-manufacturing to energy and clean water production. We combine research in polymer systems, block copolymer self-assembly, and inorganic materials growth inside polymers together with advanced characterizations technique such as TEM imaging, 3D characterization with TEM tomography, and X-ray scattering to understand and control the next generation of functional nanostructures.
A new publication by Tamar has just been published in ACS applied materials & interfaces, about engineering the kinetics of the directed self assembly of block copolymers.
Check it out here
Olga Kleinerman has recently began her post-doctoral research in our group.
Her study is done in collaboration with Calgary University (Calgary, Canada) and involves direct imaging of Pickering emulsions.
We are excited to have her join team, and wish her good luck in her research.
To learn more about Olga and the rest of the group
Rotem Azoulay has started her M.Sc. studies in our group this month.
Rotem has recently finished her B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering at Technion.
We are excited to have her join team, and wish her good luck in her studies.
To learn more about Rotem and the rest of the group
Dr. Segal-Peretz participated in the 10th HOPE meeting with Nobel Laureates in Tokyo, Japan. HOPE Meetings give opportunities to excellent students and young scientists elected from countries and areas in the Asia-Pacific and Africa region to engage in interdisciplinary discussions with Nobel Laureates and other distinguished scientists pioneering the frontiers to knowledge.
The Israeli team with Nobel Laureate Prof. Ada Yonat
We are looking for outstanding and highly motivated Chemical Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, or other related background M.Sc. and Ph.D. students that enjoy working in a team environment
For more details:
Leaders in Science and Technology Project
Dr. Tamar Segal-Peretz is a Horev Fellow supported by the Taub Foundation