The research assistant will set up and operate various scientific apparatus, assist with research projects, compile processes and analyze data, as well as record research procedures and results. The intern will be able to gain from working with Professor Yuri Feldman who has 30+ years experience in physics and dielectric spectroscopy.
The Center for Electromagnetic Research was established in 2008 as a joint project of the Ministry of Science and The Department of Applied Physics of the Hebrew University. Its aim is to provide industry and academia the access to state of the art EM spectroscopy. Based on the existent expertise of the Dielectric Spectroscopy Laboratory it aims to be a "one stop shop" offering spectroscopy in the widest possible frequency range (10-6 Hz to 1012 Hz) in a university setting.
Physics, engineering, chemistry.