IPS Fellows

IPS Fellows 2021

Prof. David Bergman - IPS Fellow 2020

 Prof. Halina Abramowicz, Tel Aviv University 

 Is elected as a fellow of her conributiona to deep inelastic scattering, for her leadership in the Zeus
 and ATLAS collaborations, and for her pivotal role as chair of the European committee
 for future accelerators.

 

 

 

 

Avishay Dekel - IPS Fellow 2020

 Prof. Assa Auerbach, Technion

 Is elected as a fellow of the IPS for his contributions to condensed-matter theory,
 in particular in the area of strongly-correlated
 electron systems, and for his role in educating generations of students.

 

 

 


Tsevi Mazeh - IPS Fellow 2020

 Prof. Jay Fineberg, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 Is elected as a fellow of the IPS for his original and incisive contributions to the dynamics and instabilities of fractures,
 and the onset of dynamical friction.

 

 

 

 


Milgrom_Mordechai - IPS Fellow 2020Prof. Michael Gronau, Technion

 Is elected as a fellow of the IPS for making incisive contributions to tests of the theory of CP violation,
 and to searches for new physics in decays of particles containing heavy quarks.

 

 

 

 


Victor Steinberg - IPS Fellow 2020 Prof. David Mukamel, Weizmann Institute of Science

  Is elected as a fellow of the IPS for his work on critical phenomena,
 in particular in magnets and systems with long-range interactions,
 and for his contributions to the study of non-equilibrium statistucal mechanics.

 

 

 

 

 

Victor Steinberg - IPS Fellow 2020  Prof. Eliezer Rabinovici, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 Is elected as a fellow of the IPS for his contributions to the understanding of phase structure of non-abelian gauge theories,
 and for his promoting Israeli research in High Energy Physics,
 including his leading role in advancing Israel to full membership at CERN.

 

 

 

 

Victor Steinberg - IPS Fellow 2020 Prof. Yosi Yeshurun, Bar Ilan University

 Is elected as a fellow of the IPS for his outstanding contributions to fundamental and applied aspects of superconductivity,
n particular to the discovery of ‘giant flux creep’, and to the elucidation of vortex dynamics in high-temperature superconductors.