Yarden Mazor
Senior Lecturer
Department of Physical Electronics

I am looking for motivated students with good analytic skills. I am interested in electromagnetics and optics, wave theory and physical phenomena in complex environments. More specifically:

  • Interaction of waves with space-time modulated media.
  • RF mesaurements to characterize biological tissue.
  • Moving and rotating media.
  • Waveguiding in complex and nonreciprocal structures.
  • Any interesting subject related to wave theory you can teach me!

Reach out to me in yardenm2@tauex.tau.ac.il or come visit me at my office any time, located at TOCHNA building, room 206.

Short bio:

Currently, I hold a postdoctoral fellow position at the University of Texas at Austin, in the “Metamaterials & Plasmonics Research Laboratory” of prof. Andrea Alu where I study wave propagation in space-time modulated systems, and asymmetric wave excitation in complex structures.

I earned my Ph.D. at Tel-Aviv University under the supervision of prof. Ben Z. Steinberg, where my research was focused on analytic methods and waves in nano-particle arrays. I received the Rozenberg foundation fellowship (2015), prof. Levzion academic excellence fellowship (2014), several teaching excellence rewards, and student paper distinctions.

I received my B.Sc. from the Technion with honors, in the faculty of Biomedical engineering.