Dr. Tomer Lewi
Tomer Lewi received his Ph.D. in physics from Tel-Aviv University. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI) at the University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB), working with Prof. Jon Schuller. In July 2018 he joined the Faculty of Engineering and Bar-Ilan institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), at Bar-Ilan University, as an Assistant Professor. His research interests include Nanophotonics, Light-matter interactions, Metamaterials, Plasmonics and Infrared Nanospectroscopy.
Dr. Danveer Singh
Dr. Danveer Singh completed his Bachelor and Master (BS-MS) integrated degree program from the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Pune in 2012. During his undergraduate program, he was awarded INSPIRE (SHE), DST scholarship. He completed his doctoral degree from IISER Pune in 2017. During his doctorate program, he was awarded INSPIRE (AORC), DST, India. He has been working in the field of light-matter interaction at the nano/micro-scale dimension. His research interest focused on the area of light-matter interaction and currently, working on the reconfigurable meta-optics.
Dr. Sukanta Nandi
Sukanta completed his Master of science (MSc) in Physics from Sikkim University in 2014, during which he was awarded the gold medal for securing first position. He then received his MSc (Engg) along with Ph.D. from the Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics (IAP) at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, in the year 2020. His research interests include nanomaterial synthesis, device fabrication and understanding light-matter interaction in nanomaterials. Apart from research, he has keen interest in playing table tennis.
Shany obtained her dual BSc. degree in Materials Engineering and Physics from the Technion. Following her graduation, she spent several years in Industry including 5 years in Carl Zeiss Inc. as an algorithm and software engineer for optics and lithographic modules and systems. Shany joined the group in 2020 working towards her MSc degree. Her research includes engineering temperature invariant meta-optics using positive and negative thermo-optic materials