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About Butterflies and Geckos: How to Translate Innovation into Products Prof. Yael Hanein, Tel Aviv University

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Yael Hanein is a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Tel Aviv University.  In the past she conducted research at the Weizmann Institute (MSc and PhD in Physics), Princeton University (visiting student at the lab of Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Dan Tsui), and at the University of Washington (Postdoc in Electrical Engineering and Physics).  Her research field is neuro-engineering and her main passions are developing wearable electronic technology and bionic vision. In 2009 she joined an international group of young researchers who founded the Global Young Academy and served on its first executive committee.  In 2012 she was appointed to the Israel Young Academy by the Israel Academy and served for two years as the first head of its executive committee.
She is the co-founder of Tel Aviv University Micro and Nano Central Facilities (MNCF).  In this capacity she led a ten-year effort, transforming MNCF into an industry-compatible prototyping fab with eight full-time highly trained employees, over 40 industrial users, and over 2.5 million NIS in annual revenue from academic and industrial users.  Since 2012 she has been the head of Tel Aviv University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, steering Tel Aviv University activities in Nanoscience and Nanotechnlogy.

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