D. Academic & Professional Awards

D1. Prizes and Scholarships

 

  • Winner of student travel award, Electronic Materials division AVS Symposium, Toronto, 1990

  • NREL Employee of the Month Award, 1993

  • NREL Director Development Fund Award, 1994

  • Katzir Fellowship, R&D Ministry of Defense, 1994

  • Recanati and IDB Group Foundation special excellence research grant (funded by the Israel Academy of Sciences), 1997.

  • Honorary Member, Israel Vacuum Society (2006) 

 

D2. Research Grants

  1. 1997, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, equipment grant, ($ 254,000).

  2. 1997-2000, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities/Basic Research foundation, special excellence grant, ($ 135,000).

  3. 1997-2000, MOST Grant in the microelectronics infrastructure program (with Prof. A. Lewis (HUJI), and Dr. M. Orenstein (Tech.)), ($ 180,000 per researcher).

  4. 1997-2000, GaAs/MMIC consortium, Ministry of Infrastructure, ($ 180,000).

  5. 1999- 2000, 0.25-micron consortium, Ministry of Infrastructure, ($ 90,000).

  6. 2000, Flieschman foundation, Faculty of Engineering, (with Prof. G. Rosenman and A. Arie ($ 60,000)).

  7. 2000-2003, 5th European Programm, ($ 130,000).

  8. 2001-2002, EdCOT consortium, Ministry of Infrastructure, ($ 80,000 per year).

  9. 2001-2004, BSF, with Prof. A. Kahn Princeton University, ($ 50,000 per year).

  10. 2002-2005  MOST Grant in the electrooptic infrastructure program (with Prof.’s Rosenman, Ruschin, Arie (TAU), and Rot (HUJI), ($ 160,000 per researcher).

  11. 2002-2003  Klal Consortsium for nanotechnology (with Prof. G. Rosenman), ($ 200,000 per 2 years).

  12. 2002-2005 MOST Grant in the interdisciplinary infrastructure program (with D. Cahen, R. Naaman, A. Lewis, M. Sheves ($130,000 per researcher).

  13. 2004, Wolfson Center for Physical Chemistry equipment grant ($170,000).

  14. 2004-2007, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities ($ 120,000).

  15. 2005-2008, GIF, with Prof. P. Ebert, Juelich, Germany (Euro 197,500).

  16. 2004 Heavy equipment grant within the National nanoinitiative (with Dr. G. Markovitch, Dr. S. Richter, Dr. M. Gozin, TAU), ($979,590).

  17. 2006-2009 SRC Grant (Together with Prof’s Siedman and L. Lahuon Northwestern Uni.), $90,000 per year

  18. 2006, Intel research grant, $ 30,000.

  19. 2008, Intel research grant, $ 30,000.

  20. 2006-8, MOD, KPFM measurements of QDs ($ 75,000)

  21. 2008-11, German Ministry for the Environment (with Weizmann, Hebrew University and HMI) (Euro 140,000 per group).

  22. 2008-11 , Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities ($ 180,000).

  23. 2008-11,  Israel Ministry of Infrastructure (with A. Kribus and R. Sarfaty) , 950,000 shekels.

  24. 2009-12, Wolfson Center for Photovoltaics equipment grant (with A. Kribus) $100,000.

  25. 2009-2013, BSF, with Prof’s D. Siedman and L. Lahuon Northwestern Uni., ($ 40,000 per year).

  26. 2011-15, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities ($ 65,000 per year).

  27. 2011-14, MOST Grant in the interdisciplinary infrastructure program (with M. Orenstein, D. Ritter, and H. Shtrikman ($45,000 per researcher per year).

  28. 2012, SCD support for research, $ 20,000.

  29. 2012, Kamin, 400,000 shekels

  30. 2012-3, Pearls of Wisdom, 300,000 shekels

  31. 2013-6, Israel Ministry of Infrastructure (with A. Kribus and A. Hoffman),990,000 shekels.

  32. 2013-6, European FP7 grant.

  33. 2013-2017, BSF, with Prof’s D. Siedman  L. Lahuon Northwestern Uni., and R. Yerushalmi($ 40,000 per year).

  34. 2014, MOD, 200,000 shekels per year

  35. 2014-17, MOST Grant in the interdisciplinary infrastructure program (with A. Palevsky, O. Entin, and H. Shtrikman ($30,000 per researcher per year).

  36. 2015-17, Kamin 800,000 shekels

  37. 2015-6 Meimad, 460,000 shekels.

  38. 2015-8, Xin –TAU grant for nanotechnology innovations, 350,000 shekels per year

  39. 2017-21, Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities ($ 70,000 per year).

  40. 2017-9    Meimad, 460,000 shekels first year

  41. 2017-20 German-Israel Nanotechnology program (300,000 shekels per year)

  42. 2018-21 ONR,  $ 468,000 per 3 years