Yonit technion research poster winner 2022

We are proud to announce that Yonit Maroudas-Sacks, graduate student of Kinneret Keren, won first-place in the Outstanding Doctoral Student Poster Competition as part of the Technion Research Day 2022.

Yonit will receive a certificate as well as a 3,000 NIS prize.

Congratulations Yonit!!

This year’s Physics Research Day will take place a month from today, Thursday 24.2.22, and the graduate students’ posters that will represent us in next year's Technion research day will be chosen.

The purpose of the Physics Research Day is to present an overview of the research held in our department to prospective graduate students (including students at the beginning of their master's degree).

To participate (either as an undergraduate or in order to present a poster) please sign up here:

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