Dr. Hadar Steinberg is an associate professor at the Racah institute of physics. He completed his B.Sc. in mathematics and physics (1994) at the Talpiot program at the Hebrew University and an M.Sc. in astrophysics at Tel Aviv university (1999). He completed his Ph.D. in condensed matter physics at the Weizmann under the supervision of Prof. Amir Yacoby, specializing in low-temperature electronic transport.
The Hebrew University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology mission is to support the fabrication and characterization of nanoscale devices and materials for both academic and industrial users. We do this by maintaining a state-of-the-art well-equipped cleanroom facility and advanced characterization instruments with a wide range of capabilities, all operated by our highly professional staff, who are who are experts in their field. On top of being a core facility center, the nano Center provides a platform for research collaborations, encourages Interdisciplinary approach between its faculty members, Initiates and produces various events to promote knowledge and research in Nano and train the next generation of scientists by M.Sc. track with specialization in Nano.
M.Sc. Study Programs
Our vision is to nurture our students to become a major force in shaping the future of Israeli science and technology both in academia and in industry. A special graduate study program towards a M.Sc. degree in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology has been developed in our center, to educate and prepare outstanding students towards a successful research and industrial careers in those cutting-edge fields.