Microwave seminar | 24 May 2021

Tel Aviv University
No Cloaking Theorem

Pavel Ginzburg is an Associated Professor at Tel Aviv University. He is a former EPSRC Research Fellow, International Newton Research Fellow, and Rothschild Fellow at King’s College London. He obtained all of his degrees in Electrical Engineering at Technion and took a part in the Technion Excellence Program. He received his PhD from Technion at 2011 on special “Clore Scholars Programme” course. In his research he was also involved in the discoveries of several novel phenomena and it was awarded by the “Hershel Rich Innovation Award”. His PhD thesis was awarded by QEOD Thesis Price for Applied Aspects (EPS). Nowadays, Pavel holds a prestigious Alon Fellowship, designated to young faculty members.
He is the head of ‘Dynamics of Nanostructures’ Laboratory, encompassing theoretical group, optical spectroscopy, and radio waves labs. The Laboratory runs multidisciplinary research in the field of Optics, Biophotonics Quantum Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Nano-plasmonics and Metamaterials, Optical Forces, and Radio Physics.
Pavel Ginzburg has authored 115 journal papers, over 200 conference presentations, and 5 patents. He is a co-founder of 2 start-up companies.

The presentation at the seminar will be devoted to last progress of the group in the field of radars and radar invisibility.