Joshua Zak

This Thursday, the 28’th of April, Professor Emeritus Joshua Zak, Israel Prize recipient in Physics and Chemistry for the year of 2022, will light a torch during the closing ceremony of the Holocaust Remembrance Day at Kibbutz Lohamei HaGeta'ot.


You are invited to attend the ceremony at the Ghetto Fighters' House (open to the public) or watch via the Ghetto Fighters' House YouTube channel. For more details:
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Joshua recently took part in our Podcast, the “Technion Fizzicast”. In a conversation with Professor Emeritus Yosi Avron, Joshua shares his life story from his childhood during the Holocaust, through his immigration to Israel, to his groundbreaking research as a faculty member in our Department.
Listen to the fascinating conversation here:
https://youtu.be/jcvRigYG5_M