DR. TSEVI BEATUS
Dr. Tsevi Beatus is an assistant professor at the School of Computer Science and Engineering and the Institute of Life Sciences at the Hebrew University, and also a member of the Bio-Engineering Center.
Tsevi did his postdoc in the Physics Department at Cornell University on insect flight control, and got his Ph.D. in Physics at the Weizmann Institute, working on the collective, non-equilibrium dynamics of microfluidic droplets. He completed his BSc in Physics and Computer Science at the Hebrew University.
RONI MAYA, PHD STUDENT
Roni is a student in the PhD program in Bio-Engineering. She graduated her MSc in Mechanical Engineering at Tel Aviv University and BSc in Aerospace Engineering at the Technion
NOAM LERNER, PHD STUDENT
Noam is a student in the direct PhD program in Bio-Engineering. He graduated his BSc in Physics at the Hebrew University.
OMRI BEN-DOV, PHD STUDENT
Omri is a student in the direct PhD program in Bio-Engineering. He graduated his BSc in Physics and Computer Science at the Hebrew University.
NOAM TSORY, MASTER STUDENT
Noam is a MSc student in Applied Physics. She graduated her BSc in Physics and Life Sciences at the Hebrew University.
ILLY PERL, MASTER STUDENT
Illy is a MSc student in Applied Physics. He graduated his BSc in Mechanical Engineering at the Technion.
BAR KAROV, UNDERGRAD RESEARCHER
Bar is an undergraduate student in Computer Science and Cognition and is studying the flight of fruit flies.