Tel-Aviv University is the largest research university in Israel and has the widest range of fields of study and research. Over 30,000 students are enrolled in 130 schools and departments and in a very wide range of fields. The University aims to prepare the next generation of professionals in science and humanities. The academic staff includes lecturers and researchers from the world's highest level whom research works impact all aspects of life and culture.
Tel-Aviv University excellence in all spheres of science and humanities is the basis for the interdisciplinary approach in research and teaching cultivated by the University. This creates a unique academic environment, enabling groundbreaking research and rich and diversified studies in all fields of knowledge. The scholarly achievements of academic staff members and their outstanding contributions to the world of science and humanities position Tel Aviv University in one line with the world's leading universities. Among other things, the University is ranked as one of the ten best universities in the world in the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation.
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פרופ’ מירי שפר-מוסנזון
פרופ' מירי שפר-מוסנזון היא חברת החוג להיסטוריה של המזרח התיכון ואפריקה, ומאז דצמבר 2019 היא מכהנת כראשת בית הספר להיסטוריה ע"ש צבי יעבץ באוניברסיטת תל אביב. מחקריה עוסקים בחברה, תרבות ובריאות בעולם האסלאם הטרום-מודרני. שני התארים שלה מאוניברסיטת תל אביב (ב.א. בהצטיינות יתרה, 1994; דוקטורט, 2001). לאורך השנים היא השתלמה במוסדות שונים בעולם, ובהם מכון וולקאם להיסטוריה של הרפואה (לונדון), אוניברסיטת פרינסטון, ואוניברסיטת קיימברידג'. היא זכתה במענקים תחרותיים למימון מחקריה, וקיבלה פרסים על הצטיינות בהוראה באוניברסיטת תל אביב.
Professor Jonathan Gershoni
- Jonathan Gershoni is Professor of Molecular Immunology and Virology at the Faculty of Life Sciences at Tel Aviv University.
Born in Israel, Prof. Gershoni received his PhD in Biochemistry from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and did his postdoctoral training at Yale University School of Medicine. For 30 years he researched the immune response to viruses like SARS CoV Prof. Gershoni continues to develop new methods for characterizing a variety of antibodies in the blood, and developing applications in cutting-edge diagnostics and vaccines.
Prof. Gershoni worked as a scientist at the US National Institutes of Health, and at the University of Boston - Department of Physics. Prof. Gershoni lives in Israel with his wife, three daughters and 10 grandchildren.
Prof. Benny Shor (1956-2021)
Lecturer in Computer Science at Tel Aviv University. Researcher in the fields of computational biology, privacy, and randomness. Developed and taught a variety of computer science courses and teaching computer science in the community. Today, head of the university's computer science school.
Dr. Amir Rubinstein
Lecturer in Computer Science at Tel Aviv University. Engaged in the design, development and teaching of computer science courses, and research of effective teaching methods
Prof. Asher Sesser
Asher Sesser is a professor in the Department of Middle East and African History at Tel Aviv University and a senior researcher at the Dayan Center for Middle East and Africa Research. An expert on Jordan, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and religion and state in the Middle East.
Prof. Ron Lifshitz
Ron Lifshitz is Professor of Physics and Head of the Department of Physics of Condensed Material at Tel Aviv University. In his research, Professor Lifshitz is engaged in the field of crystal quasi, and in the physical aspects of nanotechnology.
Natalie Kucharenko is a researcher in the field of computational biophysics in Dr. Zafadia's lab, who has rich experience in teaching chemistry and has been awarded the Rector's Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Dr. Yossi Zafadia
Yossi Zafadia is a Doctor of Biochemistry and Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Life Sciences at Tel Aviv University. In his research he deals with the study of the structure and activity of proteins using computer simulations.
Dr. Zafadia has been awarded Teaching Excellence Awards for 13 consecutive years.
Prof. Daniel Haimovich
Daniel Haimovich is Professor of Plant Genetics and Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences at Tel Aviv University. Prof. Haimovitz manages the Center for Plant Research at Tel Aviv University and is the founder of the Manna Food Security Program. In his laboratory, Professor Haimovitz leads groundbreaking research on plant genetics and development.
Professor Galit Yuval
Galit Yuval is a brain and cognition researcher and head of the School of Psychological Sciences. Galit graduated from the University of Chicago with a Ph.D. In 2005, Galit joined Tel Aviv University, where she researched the brain and cognitive mechanisms of identifying people. She has taught Physiology Psychology courses, research methods and currently teaches the introductory Psychology course for BA students at the School of Psychology. She received the Rector's Award for Teaching Excellence five times.
Professor Abraham Kribus of the Faculty of Engineering at Tel Aviv University is an international expert on solar energy. Previously, he served as head of the Department of Flow Mechanics and Heat Transition, Chairman of the Israeli Renewable Energy Association, and more. He is engaged in the development of solar power technologies based on a number of developments and patents.
Prof. Yoram Margaliot
Yoram Margalit is a professor at the Buchman Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University