Meet My Team
Nanoelectronics and Nanosensors Lab
Idan Shem Tov
Joined Prof. Rosenwak’s group in June 2019 as a Ph.D. student. Received my Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in 2014 from Tel Aviv University. I then received my Master in mechanical engineering from Tel Aviv University in 2018. My Master thesis was devoted towards the development of heat transfer enhancement during phase separation of partially miscible liquid-liquid systems.
At Prof. Rosenwak’s lab, I'm studying surface-modified EFN for various gas sensing applications and the understating of underlying sensing mechanism.
I joined Prof. Rosenwak’s group in April 2019 as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Received my BTech degree in Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering in 2012 from Heritage Institute of Technology, West Bengal, India. Then I received my MS in Engineering (by research) and PhD from Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India in 2019. In October 2019, I received Pikovsky Valazzi Post-doctoral scholarship from Tel Aviv University, Israel. My doctoral thesis was devoted towards development of nitrogen dioxide gas sensors utilising modified-graphene and carbon nanodots and studying the effects of interfacial electronic modulation and dimensionality on gas interaction. At Prof. Rosenwak’s lab, I'm working on surface modified Electrostatically Formed Nanowires for various gas sensing applications and understanding the underlying sensing mechanism.
I joined the lab in February 2019 as an Electrical Engineering M.Sc. student and continued to the direct PhD program, after receiving my B.Sc. degree in Material Engineering from Tel-Aviv University. During her B.Sc. I participated in a research project under the supervision of Prof. Yossi Rosenwaks, studying the noise sources in the EFN device and their contribution to the temperature sensitivity. At the lab, I studies the sensitivity of environmental sensors based on nano-channels.
I received my B.E. Degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering from Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, India. I joined as a research student in the Master’s Program at TAU. At the Lab I work on stimulation of Electrostatically Formed Nanowires Gas Sensor, Specially QT7 Device with Top Gate Etching.
Dr. Joseph Hayon
Laboratory Research Engineer
Joined Prof. Rosenwaks’ Nano-electronic and Nano-sensors lab in November 2016 as a laboratory research engineer.
Received my Bachelor and Master degrees in chemistry from Jerusalem Hebrew University.
In 1991, after M.Sc graduation I joined the Nuclear Research Center – Negev, as a research assistant in Electrochemistry.
During my work at the corrosion lab, I finished my Ph.D degree in chemistry at the Technion - Israel institute of technology, Haifa and graduated in 2001.
Afterwards, I joined HP-Indigo division at Rehovot as a senior chemist at materials R&D department.