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yoav pic Frankel Family Chain in Energy and Chemical Engineering and
Ilse Katz Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology

Prof. Yoav Tsori
Department of Chemical Engineering

Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Beer-Sheva, 84105, Israel


Fax:     +972-8-6472916
E-mail: tsori at bgu.ac.il

For a full CV click here


Mar. 2015 - Present: Full Professor, Dept. Chemical Engineering, Ben Gurion Univ., Israel.
Oct. 2009 - Mar. 2015: Associate Professor, Dept. Chemical Engineering,Ben Gurion Univ.
Apr. 2005 - Oct. 2009: Senior Lecturer, Dept. Chemical Engineering, Ben Gurion Univ.
Sep. 2004 - Mar. 2005: Post-doc with Profs. J.-F. Joanny/J. Prost, Institut Curie, Paris.
Sep. 2003 - Sep. 2004: Post-doc with Prof. P.-G. de Gennes, Collège de France, Paris.
Oct. 2001 - Sep. 2003: Post-doc with Prof. Ludwik Leibler, ESPCI, Paris.
                                      Chateaubriand fellowship program.


1998-2001: Graduate studies in Condensed Matter Physics, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
                    Ph.D. in Physics, with distinction.
                    Thesis Subject: Ordered Morphologies of Diblock Copolymers in Bulk and Thin-Film
                    Systems. Supervisor: Prof. D. Andelman.
1996-1997: Graduate studies in Condensed Matter Physics: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
                   M.Sc. in Physics.
                   Thesis Subject: On the Theory of a Two-Dimensional Ballast Resistor.
                   Supervisor: Prof. B. Meerson.  \\
1992-1995: Undergraduate studies in Combined Mathematics -- Physics Program.
                   Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
1995:          B.Sc. in Combined Mathematics -- Physics Program.

Awards and appointments

Chair Michelin, Ecole Supérieure de Physique et de Chimie Industrielles (ESPCI) (2008).

The Joseph and May Winston Foundation Career Development Chair in Chemical Engineering (2008).

The Wolf Foundation Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific Research (2007).

Toronto prize for excellency in scientific research (2006).

Joliot Curie visiting professor, ESPCI (2005).

Chateaubriand fellowship (2001).

Excellency award of the Union of Iranian Immigrants in Israel (1995).

Excellency award of the Karples Family (HUJI, 1995, 1996).

Editorials and citations

Review in Science Now: ``Parting the Oils'', by A. Cho, Science Now, 28 July (2004).

Review in Physics Web: ``Liquid Separation Goes Electric'', by I. Dumé, Physics Web, 28 July (2004).

Media clip in PhysOrg: ``Electric-Field-Induced Phase-Separation of Liquid Mixtures'', by A. Pol, PhysOrg, 9 Aug (2004).

Review story on bacteria work in Science & Vie: ``La Bactérie, le Trou Noir et le Polaron'', by F. Lassagne, Science & Vie (Hors séries), September, pg 42 (2004).

Article ``Champ Électrique et Démixtion'', in Pour la Science, no 324 pg 18, Octobre (2004).

Interview in La Recherche: ``Une Méthode Simple Pour Séparer des Liquides''}, by Jean-Baptiste Guion, La Recherche, no 379 pg 12, Octobre (2004).

Article  ``La Démixtion Controlée par Champ Électrique'', by Nadége Aumond, l'Usine Nouvelle, no 2937 pg 48, 28 Octobre- 3 Novembre (2004).