Reshef Tenne Ph.D.

Tenne, Reshef
Position Department / Business Unit
The Drake Family Professor of Nanotechnology, Materials Scientist, Physical and Inorganic Chemist, Professor and Head of the Department Department of Materials and Interfaces
Institution Disciplines
Weizmann Institute of Science Physics Chemistry
City State / Provence
Rehovot FGN
Country Website
Israel link
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Education

• B.Sc. in Chemistry and Physics, (1969), Hebrew University, Jerusalem.; M.Sc. in Physical Chemistry, (1971), Hebrew University, Jerusalem.; Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry (1976), Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

Career Highlights

• Solid State Institute, Technion, Haifa, Spring (1986).
• Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris, France, Winter (1988).
• (JSPS fellow), The University of Tokyo, Japan, Summer (1991).
• DAAD fellow, Hahn-Meitner Institute, Berlin, Germany, Summer (1994).
• (MRT Fellow), Solid State Physics Laboratory, CNRS, Meudon, France (1989).

• Published over 180 papers in refereed journals.
• Wrote 10 chapters in books.
• Delivered over 80 invited lectures in international conferences.
• Chaired over 20 sessions in international symposia
• Organized 3 international workshops and a number of local symposia.

Awards

• International Battelle Memorial Fellowship (1976-8).
• The Mordechai (Moma) Glickson Annual Research Prize (1985).
• Fellow of the Israeli Vacuum Society (1996).
• Finalist, World Technology Award (2002), Materials category (www.wtn.net).
• Fellow, World Technology Network (2002) (www.wtn.net).
• The Drake Family Chair in Nanotechnology (2004).
• "ApNano Materials" selected by the Innovation World magazine as one of the top 21 companies of the 21st century and by the RedHerring to be one of the 100th most innovative companies (2004).
• The Kolthoff Prize in Chemistry awarded by the Technion (2005).
• Materials Research Society Medal (2005).
• Rafael Scientific Research Excellence Prize of the Isrel Vacuuum Society (2005).
• Landau Prize of Mifal Hapayis in Nanotechnology (2005).
• Nanotech Briefs' Nano 50 Award (2006).
• Published over 180 papers in refereed journals.
• Wrote 10 chapters in books.
• Delivered over 80 invited lectures in international conferences.
• Chaired over 20 sessions in international symposia
• Organized 3 international workshops and a number of local symposia.

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