About Us

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.


Latest Publications

Z. Zhang and A. Simon, C. Abetz, M. Held, A.-L. Höhme, E. S. Schneider, T. Segal-Peretz and V. Abetz. “Hybrid Organic–Inorganic–Organic Isoporous Membranes with Tunable Pore Sizes and Functionalities for Molecular Separation.” Advanced Materials (2021).


F. Barrows, H. Arava, C. Zhou, P. Nealey, T. Segal-Peretz, Y. Liu, S. Bakaul, C. Phatak, and A. Petford-Long. “Mesoscale Confinement Effects and Emergent Quantum Interference in Titania Antidot Thin Films.” ACS nano (2021).


B. K. Barick, N. Shomrat, U. Green, Z. Katzman, and T. Segal-Peretz. “Fabrication of Nanoscale Oxide Textured Surfaces on Polymers.” Polymers 13, no. 13 (2021): 2209.

Open Positions

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. We are also looking for a post-doctoral student to join our group for a fascinating project on controlling the formation and properties of hierarchical nanostructures.

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Open Positions Available


 

Funding

Azrieli Foundation

The Azrieli Foundation

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Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

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The Wolfson Department of Chemical Engineering

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Grand Technion Energy Program

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Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute

Israel Science Foundation

Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation

Israel Innovation Authority

Dr. Tamar Segal-Peretz is a Horev Fellow supported by the Taub Foundation