We continue to receive news of impressive research grants being won by HIT researchers and scientists. This time, the congratulations are for Prof. Eugene Kanzieper from Faculty of Sciences and Dr. Ronen Shoshnik from the Faculty of Engineering for winning the most prestigious research grants sponsored by the Israel Science Foundation!
And to Prof. Boris Feinberg and Prof. Lev Rappaport from the Faculty of Sciences for scoring "excellent" on their research proposals submitted to the Israel Science Foundation.
Recently, both Prof. Eugene Kanzieper
from the Faculty of Sciences and Dr. Ronen Shoshnik from the Faculty of Engineering were informed individually of their prestigious research grants from the Israel Science Foundation (ISF).
For Prof. Eugene Kanzieper
, this is his fourth win of the Foundation's research grant.
This is a first win for Dr. Ronen Shoshnik, from the Faculty of Engineering.
The research proposal of Prof. Boris Feinberg, from the Faculty of Sciences, was submitted to the Israel Science Foundation on the topic: "Excitonic and multi-photonic processes in molecular neo-intersections and their modification by plasmonic effects," which received a "very good" score.
The research proposal by Prof. Lev Rappaport, from the Faculty of Sciences, was submitted to the Israel Science Foundation on the topic: "The development of a dislocation structure and its influence on friction and fatigue of copper under varying lubrication conditions" also received a "very good" score.