Prof. Lior Elbaz

Bldg. 206, Room 635B. Laboratory telephone: 972-3-7384253

    One of the most critical problems which humanity faces today is Energy. Energy is essential for production of clean water sources via desalination, food production, for transportation, use of electronic devices and so on. The most common methods to produce energy today rely on fossil fuels which are limited to certain areas on earth, most of which is in the hands of unfriendly countries, and their reserves are decreasing in an extremely rapid pace, with predictions that they will last for up to 50 years from today. In addition, the price of using these fuels on the environment, public health and society becomes unbearable. Hence, new alternative technologies, relying on renewable, clean resources are the only alternative to the way we generate power today. One the most promising technologies for transportation, backup- and even main-power today is fuel cells which offers to use hydrogen (which could be produced using solar energy) and oxygen to produce power and water. Fuel cells are considered the most promising alternative energy technology due to their high energy density, an order of magnitude higher than the best battery today. Most of the advanced countries in the world have already voted on hydrogen economy which relies on fuel cells.

    Lior Elbaz received his PhD in chemical engineering from the Ben-Gurion University, Israel, and is currently an Associate Professor at the Bar-Ilan University, Israel. During his graduate studies, he specialized in electrochemistry and worked on the development of bio-inspired catalysts for fuel cells. He continued his research in the field at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM, USA, a world leader in the development of fuel cell technology; there he worked on various aspects of this technology, from electrocatalysis to inorganic chemistry, materials chemistry and engineering as a postdoctoral associate. During his time there, he expended his interests into photovoltaics and metal-air batteries.  He is now continuing his research on renewable energy related projects at the Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel. Lior established the Israeli Fuel Cells Consortium in 2016 with the support of the Fuel Choices and Smart Mobility Initiative of the Israeli Prime Minister's Office, and heads it. This is a 12-member labs consortium with representation from all major universities in Israel. Lior is also involved in several research projects with industrial pratenrs who develop unique fuel cells.

    In his work Lior is trying to tackle the two top hurdles in fuel cells technology: Durability and Cost. Durability, as the US-DOE describes it, is the biggest hurdle. Lior has been developing new, advanced materials, mostly based on porous, high surface-area, conductive ceramic materials which show significant durability when compared to the common carbonaceous materials used today. Lior is also developing methodologies to study corrosion in fuel cells, by studying the material’s strengths and weaknesses and exposing them to extreme, yet realistic operating conditions to simulate degradation which will take place over several years in only a few days. These projects are currently applied by his industrial partners. Lior is also developing catalysts, mainly for oxygen reduction, based on ultra-low loading Pt. He is also developing biomimetic non-precious metal group catalysts based on relatively new and exciting transition metal complexes: metallo-corroles. These are considered today to be among the state-of-the-art molecular catalysts for oxygen reduction. Lior has recently developed new catalysts for dimethyl ether direct electro-oxidation in fuel cells. These discoveries resulted in an applied patent and a new Israeli startup company which was recently established.


    Postdoctoral Associate Sep. 2009- Apr. 2013

    MPA-11 group, Materials, Physics and Applications Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory, NM, USA.

    PhD     2003-2009

    Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University, Israel (combined with M.Sc.).

    BSc     2000-2003

    Ben-Gurion University, Department of Chemical Engineering, Israel.


    The dependence of the free world on fossil fuels is increasing rapidly, whereas the world’s reserves are diminishing. Moreover, the effect of using such fuels on climate change, public health and nature is detrimental. The best way to reduce this dependence and even eliminate it is the further development of renewable energy technologies such as solar cells and fuel cells, which have the potential to power our automobiles, households and industry. In order for them to take over the energy market, scientific breakthroughs are needed.

    The advancement in the commercialization of fuel cells is hampered by the high cost of their components, and especially the catalysts - Pt in most cases. Although it is the premium catalyst both at the anode and cathode of most low temperature fuel cells, the notion that even the most ingenious improvements in platinum nano-structure and alloying synthesis cannot dispel the issue of this catalyst scarcity and cost escalation, it is a prudent endeavor to develop inexpensive catalysts for oxygen reduction (ORR) which can be obtained from abundant and sustainable sources in order to realize the eagerly anticipated mass commercialization of fuel cells.  

    Since the discovery of their ability to catalyze the ORR and up until today, there has been a continuous growth in the interest in macrocyclic compounds. Researchers in various fields, from biology to physics and chemistry, have investigated the ORR mechanism and modified the macrocyclic structures and transition metal complexes to achieve better catalytic performance. While good catalytic activity was demonstrated under certain conditions, further development is needed in order to make them competitive with platinum based catalysts.

    Our projects aim at developing bio-inspired catalysts for ORR as well as improving precious metal based catalysts for fuel cells. We also study and develop new materials for fuel cell s and batteries that could extend their durability and increase their activity. We are looking for excellent, motivated PhD students and postdocs who are willing to take on the task of making this world cleaner and better. We are currently looking for exceptional candidates from the fields of electrochemistry, inorganic chemistry and materials chemistry.


    Research Interest (in no specific order):

    1. Electrochemistry.
    2. Bio-inspired electrochemistry
    3. Alternative energy technologies (fuel cells, batteries and photovoltaics).
    4. Organometallic compounds.
    5. Conductive polymers.
    6. Porphyrins and transition metal complexes.
    7. Ceramic materials.
    8. Semiconductors.
    9. Carbon supports for alternative energy applications (electrodes, electron acceptors).

    Scientific Publications

      Authored books and book chapters

    1. Catalytic Reduction of Oxygen by Metalloporphyrins (L. Elbaz, VDM Publishing: Saarbrücken, 2010, ISBN 978-3-639-29274-9).
    2. Heat-Treated Non-Precious Metal Based Catalysts for Oxygen reduction (L. Elbaz, G. Wu and P. Zelenay), in Electrocatalysis in Fuel Cells: A Non and Low Platinum Approach (S. Minhua, Springer, 2013, ISBN: 978-1-4471-4910-1)

    Refereed articles in peer reviewed scientific journals

    60) Direct quinone fuel cells (Y. Yurko and L. Elbaz, 2023, Journal of American Chemical Society, Accepted)

    59) Enhanced oxygen reduction and fuel cell performance and durability of ultra-low loading Pt-supported high surface area titanium nitro-carbide (O. Lori, A. Kozhushner, H. C. Honig, and L. Elbaz, 2023, Journal of Power Sources, Accepted).

    58) Lignin-derived bimetallic platinum group metal-free oxygen reduction reaction electrocatalysts for acid and alkaline fuel cells (M. Muhyuddin, A. Friedman, F. Poli, E. Petri, H. Honig, F. Basile, A. Fasolini, R. Lorenzi, E. Berretti, M. Bellini, A. Lavacchi, L. Elbaz, C. Santoro, and F. Soavi, Journal of Power Sources, 2023, 556, 232416- 232428).

    57) NiFe-mixed metal porphyrin aerogels as oxygen evolution reaction catalysts in alkaline electrolyzers (W. Moschkowitsch, B. Samanta, N. Zion, H. Honig, D.A Cullen, M. Caspary Toroker, and L. Elbaz, Nanoscale, 2022, Accepted)

    56) Design of advanced aerogel structures for oxygen reduction reaction electrocatalysis (L. Peles-Strahl, Y. Persky, and L. Elbaz, SusMat, 2022, Accepted)

    55) Mixed Metal Nickel Iron Oxide Aerogels for Oxygen Evolution Reaction (W. Moschkowitsch, N. Zion, H. C. Honig, N. Levy, D. A. Cullen, and L. Elbaz, ACS Catalysis, 2022, 12, 12162-12169).

    54) Assessing and Measuring the Active Site Density of PGM-free ORR Catalysts (R. Snitkoff-Sol and L. Elbaz, Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry, 2022, 26, 1839-1850).

    53) Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell with Covalent Framework of Iron Phthalocyanine Aerogel (N. Zion, L. Peles-Strahl, A. Friedman, D. Cullen, L. Elbaz, ACS Applied Energy Materials, 2022, 2022, 5, 7, 7997–8003).  

    52) What is next in anion-exchange membrane electrolyzers? Bottlenecks, benefits, and future (C. Santoro, A. Lavacchi, P. Mustarelli, V. Di Noto, L. Elbaz, D. Dekel, and F. Jaouen, ChemSusChem, 2022, 15, e202200027).

    51) Quantifying the Electrochemical Active Site Density of PGM-free Catalysts in-situ Fuel Cells using Fourier Transform Alternating Current Voltammetry (R. Z. Snitkoff-Sol, A. Friedman, H.C. Honig, Y. Yurko, A. Kozhushner, M. J. Zachman. P. Zelenay, A. Bond, and L. Elbaz, Nature Catalysis, 2022, 5, 163-170).  

    50) Recent Progress and Viability of PGM-free Catalysts for Hydrogen Evolution Reaction and Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction (W. Moschkowitsch, O. Lori, L. Elbaz, ACS Catalysis, 2021, 1082-1089).

    49)Application of Molecular Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Alkaline Fuel Cells (A. Friedman, M. Mizrahi, N. Levy, N. Zion, M. Zachman, L. Elbaz, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021, 13, 49, 58532-58538).

    48) 3D Metal Carbide Aerogel Network as Stable Catalyst for the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (O. Lori, N. Zion. H. C. Honig, and L. Elbaz, ACS Catalysis, 2021, 11, 13707-13713).

    47) The Effect of Membrane Electrode Assembly Methods on the Performance in Fuel Cells (Y. Yurko and L. Elbaz, Electrochemica Acta, 2021, 389, 138676-138681).

    46) Bipyridine Modified Conjugated Carbon Aerogels as a Platform for the Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction Reaction (L. Peles-Strahl, N. Zion, O. Lori, N. Levy, G. Bar, A. Dahan and L. Elbaz, Advanced Functional Materials, 2021, 2100163).

    45) Porphyrin Aerogel Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Anion-Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells (N. Zion, J.C. Douglin, D.A. Cullen, P. Zelenay, D.R. Dekel and L. Elbaz, Advanced Functional Materials, 2021, 2100963).

    44) Control of Molecular Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction by Variation of pH and Functional Groups (A. Friedman, N.R. Samala, H.C. Honig, M. Tasior, D.T. Gryko, L. Elbaz and I. Grinberg, ChemSusChem, 2021, 14 (8), 1886-1892).

    43) Durable Tungsten Carbide Support for Pt-based Fuel Cells Cathodes (O. Lori, S. Gonen, O. Kapon, L. Elbaz, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2021, 13 (7), 8315-8323).

    42) Optimization of Ni-Co-Fe based catalysts for oxygen evolution reaction by surface and relaxation phenomena analysis (R. Attias, K.V. Sankara, K. Dhaka, W. Moschkowitsch, L. Elbaz, M. Caspary-Toroker, Y. Tsur, ChemSusChem, 2021, 14 (7), 1737-1746).

    41) Bifunctional PGM-Free Metal Organic Frameworks-based Electrocatalysts for Alkaline Electrolyzers: Trends in the Activity with Different Metal Centers (W. Moschkowitsch, S. Gonen, K. Dhaka, N. Zion, H. Honig, Y. Tsur, M. Caspary-Toroker, L. Elbaz, Nanoscale, 2021, 13, 4576-4584).

    40) Heterogeneous Electrocatalytic Reduction of Carbon Dioxide with Transition Metal Complexes (A. Friedman and L. Elbaz, Journal of Catalysis, 2020, 395, 23-35).

    39) Methods for Assessment and Measurement of the Active Site Density in PGM-free ORR Catalysts (A. Kozhushner, N, Zion, and L. Elbaz, Current Opinions in Electrochemistry, 2021, 25, 100620-100630).

    38) Enhancement of the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Electrocatalytic Activity of Metallo-Corroles Using Contracted Cobalt(III) CF3-Corrole Incorporated in High Surface Area Carbon Support (H. C. Honig, A. Friedman, N. Zion and L. Elbaz, ChemComm, 2020, 56, 8627-8630).

    37) Ternary NiFeTiOOH Catalyst for Oxygen Evolution Reaction: Study of the Effect of the Addition of Ti at Different Loadings (W. Moschkowitsch, K. Dhaka, S. Gonen, R. Attias, Y. Tsur, M. Caspary-Toroker and L. Elbaz, ACS Catalysis, 2020, 10, 4879-4887).

    36) Recent Advances in Synthesis and Utilization of Ultra-low Loading of Precious Metal-based Catalysts for Fuel Cells (O. Lori and L. Elbaz, ChemCatChem, 2020, 12, 1-14).

    35) The relationship of morphology and catalytic activity: A case study of iron corrole incorporated in high surface area carbon supports (N. Levy, O. Lori, S. Gonen, M. Mizrahi, S. Ruthstein and Lior Elbaz, Carbon, 2020, 158, 238-243).

    34) Heat-treated Aerogel as a Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (N. Zion, D. Cullen, P. Zelenay and L. Elbaz, Angewandte Chemie, 2020, 59 (6), 2483-2489).

    33) Electrocatalytically Active Silver Organic Framework: Ag(I)‐Complex Incorporated in Activated Carbon (S. Gonen, O. Fleker and L. Elbaz, ChemCatChem, 2019, 11, 6124-6130).

    32) Structural and Physical Parameters Controlling the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Selectivity with Carboxylic Acid-Substituted Cobalt Corroles Incorporated in a Porous Carbon Support (H.C. Honig, C.B. Krishnamurthy, I. Borge-Durán, M. Tasior, D.T. Gryko, I. Grinberg and L. Elbaz, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019, 123 (43), 26351-26357).

    31) A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study of Cobalt Corroles as Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (J.S. Shpilman, A. Friedman, N. Zion, N. Levy, D.T. Major and L. Elbaz, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2019, 123 (50), 30129-30136).

    30) Aminomethylene-Phosphonate Analogue as a Cu(II) Chelator: Characterization and Application as an Inhibitor of Oxidation Induced by Cu(II)-Prion Peptide Complex (N. Pariente-Cohen, E. Lo Presti, S. Dell'Acqua, T. Jantz, L. Shimon, N. Levy, M. Nassir, L. Elbaz, L. Casella, B. Fischer, Inorganic Chemistry, 2019, 58 (18), 8995-9003).

    29) Electropolymerization of PGM-free 3D Structures of Molecular Catalyst with High Density of Catalytic Sites (A. Friedman, I. Saltsman, Z. Gross and L. Elbaz, Electrochemica Acta, 2019, 310, 13-19).

    28) Imidazole Decorated Reduced Graphene Oxide: A Biomimetic Ligand for Selective Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysis with Metalloporphyrins (R. Snitkoff, N. Levy, I. Ozery, S. Ruthstein and L. Elbaz, Carbon, 2019, 143, 223-229).

    27) Theoretical Study of the Electrocatalytic Reduction of Oxygen by Metallocorroles (M. Kosa, N. Levy, L. Elbaz and D. Major, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2018, 122 (31), 17686-17694).

    26) Comparison of New Metal Organic Framework-based Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction (S. Gonen and L. Elbaz, Data in Brief, 2018, 19, 281-287).

    25) First-principles investigation of the formation of Pt Nanorafts on the Mo2C support and their catalytic activity for oxygen reduction reaction (C.B. Krishnamurthy, O. Lori, L. Elbaz and I. Grinberg, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2018, 9, 2229-2234).

    24) Metal Organic Frameworks as Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction (S. Gonen and L. Elbaz, Current Opinions in Electrochemistry, 2018, 9, 179-188).

    23) Bio-inspired Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Fuel Cells using Molecular Catalysts (N. Zion, A. Friedman, N. Levy and L. Elbaz, Advanced Materials, 2018, 1800406).

    22) Highly Efficient Bio-Inspired Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysis with polyCorroles (A. Friedman, L. Landau, S. Gonen, Z. Gross and L. Elbaz, ACS Catalysis, 2018, 8, 5024-5031).

    21) Unexpected High ORR Activity of Metal Organic Framework When Incorporated in Activated Carbon (S. Gonen, O. Lori and L. Elbaz, Nanoscale, 2018, 10, 9634-9641).

    20) A Surprising Substituent Effect in Corroles on the Electrochemical Activation of Oxygen Reduction (N. Levy, J. S. Shpilman, H. C. Honig, D. T. Major and L. Elbaz, Chemical Communications, 53, (2017) 12942-12945).

    19) Doping and Reduction of Graphene Oxide using Chitosan-derived Volatile N-heterocyclic Compounds for Metal-free Oxygen Reduction Reaction (S. Kumar, S.  Gonen, A. Friedman, L. Elbaz and G.D. Nessim, Carbon, 120 (2017) 419-426).

    18) Direct Electro-oxidation of Dimethyl Ether on Pt-Cu NanoChains (B. Gavriel, R. Sharabi and L. Elbaz, ChemSusChem, 10 (15) (2017), 3069-3074).

    17) Highly Active, Corrosion-Resistant Cathode for Fuel Cells, based on Platinum and Molybdenum Carbide (O. Lori, S. Gonen and L. Elbaz, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 164 (7) (2017), F825-F830).

    16) Modulation of Oxygen Content in Graphene Surfaces Using Temperature Programmed Reductive Annealing: Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) and Electrochemical Study (O. Marciano, S. Gonen, N. Levy, E. Teblum, R. Yemini, G. D. Nessim, S. Ruthstein, and L. Elbaz, Langmuir, 32 (44) (2016), 11672-11680).

    15) Methodology for the Design of Accelerated Stress Tests for Non-Precious Metal Catalysts in Fuel Cell Cathodes (R. Sharabi, Y. H. Wijsboom, N. Borchtchoukova, G. Finkelshtain, L. Elbaz, Journal of Power Sources, 335 (2016), 56-64).

    14) Metallocorroles as Non-Precious Metal Electrocatalysts for Highly Efficient Oxygen Reduction in Alkaline Media (N. Levy, A. Mahammed, A. Friedman, B. Gavriel, Z. Gross,and L. Elbaz, ChemCatChem, 8 (17) (2016), 2832-2837).

    13) Advances in Ceramic Supports for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (O. Lori, L. Elbaz, Catalysts, 5 (2015), 1445-1464).

    12) Metallocorroles as Non-Precious Metal Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction (N. Levy, A. Mahammed, M. Kosa, D. Major, Z. Gross,and L. Elbaz, Angewandte Chemie, 127 (2015), 14286-14290).

    11) Evidence of High Electrocatalytic Activity of Molybdenum Carbide Supported Platinum Nanorafts (L. Elbaz, J. Phillips, K. More, K, Arytrashkova, and E. L. Brosha, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 162 (9) (2015), H681-H685).

    10) Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction with Platinum Supported on Molybdenum Carbide-Carbon Composite (L. Elbaz, C. Kreller, N. Henson and E. L. Brosha, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 720-721 (2014), 34-40).

    9) Increasing the Site Density of non-Precious Metal Catalysts in Fuel Cell Electrodes (L. Elbaz and F. Garzon, Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 700 (2013), 65-69).

    8) Nanoscale Titania Ceramic Composite Supports for PEM Fuel Cells (K. J. Blackmore, L. Elbaz, E. Bauer, E. L. Brosha, K. More, T. M. McCleskey, and A. K. Burrell, Journal of Materials Research, 27 (15) (2012), 2046-2054). http://doi:10.1557/jmr.2012.169

    7) Nonprecious Metal Catalysts for Fuel Cell Applications: Electrochemical Activation by a Series of First Row Transition Metal Tris(2-pyridylmethyl) Amine Complexes (A. L. Ward, L. Elbaz, J. B. Kerr, J. Arnold, Inorganic Chemistry, 51(8) (2012), 4694-4706).

    6) High Surface Area Molybdenum Nitride Support for Fuel Cell Electrodes (K. J. Blackmore, L. Elbaz, E. Bauer, E. L. Brosha, K. More, T. M. McCleskey, and A. K. Burrell, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 158(10) (2011), B1255-B1259).

    5)  Engineered Nano-scale Ceramic Supports for PEM Fuel Cells (K. J. Blackmore, E. Bauer, L. Elbaz, E. L. Brosha, T. M. McCleskey, and A. K. Burrell, Electrochemical Society Transactions, 30(1) (2011), 83-90).

    4) Evidence for the Formation of Cobalt Porphyrin-Quinone Complexes Stabilized at Carbon-Based Surfaces Toward the Design of Efficient Non-Noble-Metal Oxygen Reduction Catalysts (L. Elbaz, E. Korin, L. Soifer and A. Bettelheim, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 1 (2010), 398-401).

    3) Mediation at High Potentials for the Reduction of Oxygen to Water by Cobalt Porphyrin-Quinone Systems in Porous Aerogel Carbon Electrodes (L. Elbaz, L. Soifer, E. Korin and A. Bettelheim, Journal of Electrochemical Society, 157(1) (2010), B27-B31).

    2) Electrocatalytic Oxygen Reduction by Co(III) Porphyrins Incorporated in Aerogel Carbon Electrodes (L. Elbaz, L. Soifer, E. Korin and A. Bettelheim; Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 621 (2008), 91-96).

    1) Tautomerism in N-Confused Porphyrins as the Basis of a Novel Fiber-Optic Humidity Sensor (I. Zilbermann, E. Meron, E. Maimon, L. Soifer, L. Elbaz, E. Korin, and A. Bettelheim; Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, 10 (2006), 63-66).


    non-Peer-reviewed articles

    4) The Hydrogen Energy Revolution: No longer a Dream – A Reality! (H.C. Honig and L. Elbaz, The Israel Chemist and Engineer Magazine, 2018)

    3) Profile article on Major Moshe Rabaev (L. Elbaz, The Israel Chemist and Engineer Magazine, 2017)

    2) Profile article on Prof. Emanuel Peled (L. Elbaz, The Israel Chemist and Engineer Magazine, 2016)

    1) Profile article on Prof. Eliezer Gileadi (L. Elbaz, The Israel Chemist and Engineer Magazine, 2015)

    1. Electrochemistry – Undergraduate level – Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
    2. Introduction to Chemical Engineering for Chemists - Graduate level – Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
    3. Materials Seminar - Undergraduate level – Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
    4. Physical Chemistry lab - Undergraduate level – Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
    5. General Chemistry – Undergraduate level - Department of Chemistry, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
    6. Introduction to polymers (TA) – Undergraduate level - Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University, Israel.
    7. Chemical Engineering Fundamentals III – Mass transfer (TA) - Undergraduate level, Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University, Israel.
    8. Chemical Engineering Lab – Mass transfer - Undergraduate level - Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University, Israel.
    9. Chemical Engineering Lab – Heat transfer - Undergraduate level - Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University, Israel.


    1. Ni, Fe and mixed metal oxide aerogels for electrolyzers (L. Elbaz and Wenjamin Moschkowitsch, US Provisional Patent Application No. 63/374,004
    2. Anthraquinone as Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier in Reversible Fuel Cells (L. Elbaz, US application no. 63/265,106)
    3. Advanced catalysts for direct electro-oxidation of dimethyl ether in fuel cells (L. Elbaz, R. Sharabi and B. Gavriel, 2018, WO 2018/047188 Al).
    4. Porphyrin aerogels as catalysts for oxygen reduction in fuel cells (L. Elbaz, N. Zion, 2021, WO2021/048849 A1).
    Research Group

    Current Research Group:

    1. Mr. Ariel Friedman: Postdoc
    2. Mrs. Leigh Peles, PhD Student
    3. Mr. Rafi Snitkoff, PhD Student
    4. Ms. Hilah Honig: PhD Student
    5. Ms. Alisa Kozhushner: PhD Student
    6. Mr. Yan Yurko: PhD Student
    7. Ms. Yeela Persky: MSc Student
    8. Ms. Michal Mizrahi: MSc Student
    9. Ms. Or Rimon: MSc Student
    10. Ms. Hadas Dvir: Undergraduate Student

    Graduated Students:

    1. Dr. Naomi Levy: Postdoc
    2. Dr. Ronit Sharabi: Postdoc
    3. Mr. Shmuel Gonen: MSc, PhD
    4. Mr. Oran Lori: MSc, PhD
    5. Mr. Ariel Freidman: MSc, PhD
    6. Mr. Noam Zion: MSc, PhD
    7. Mr. Wenjamin Moschkowitsch: PhD
    8. Mrs. Jennifer Koliuk: MSc
    9. Mr.  Bar Gavriel: MSc
    10. Mr. Rafi Snitkoff: MSc
    11. Ms. Alisa Kozhushner: MSc
    12.  Ms. Hilah Honig: MSc
    13. Mr. Yan Yurko: MSc

    Last Updated Date : 01/03/2023