Ariel Ben-Sasson

PhD in Nano-Technology
Technion- Israel Institute of Technology
Dissertation Topic: Vertical Organic Field Effect Transistors Realized by Block-Copolymers Self-Assembly.
  

Journals
 
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Daniel Azulai, Hagit Gilon, Antonio Facchetti, Gil Markovich, and Nir Tessler,  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces (2015).
     
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Michael Greenman, Yohai Roichman, and Nir Tessler,  Isr. J. Chem. 54 (5-6), 568 (2014).
     
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Guy Ankonina, Michael Greenman, Michael T. Grimes, and Nir Tessler,  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces 5 (7), 2462 (2013).
     
  • Michael Greenman, Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Zhihua Chen, Antonio Facchetti, and Nir Tessler,  Appl. Phys. Lett. 103 (7), 073502 (2013).
     
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Zhihua Chen, Antonio Facchetti, and Nir Tessler,  Appl. Phys. Lett. 100 (26), 263306 (2012).
     
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson and Nir Tessler,  Nano Lett. 12 (9), 4729 (2012).
     
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson and Nir Tessler,  J. Appl. Phys. 110 (4), 044501 (2011).
     
  • A. Ben-Sasson,  Proc. SPIE 8117 (1), 81170Z (2011).
     
  • Ariel J. Ben-Sasson, Eran Avnon, Elina Ploshnik, Oded Globerman, Roy Shenhar, Gitti L. Frey, and Nir Tessler,  Appl. Phys. Lett. 95 (21), 213301 (2009).


Special Awards:

• Young Scientist Award at E-MRS conference 2013 

• Bronze Award for Outstanding Student Research TSMC 2012

• Young Scientist Award at E-MRS conference 2012

• Photonic Devices best student paper at SPIE Optics (San Diego) Conference 2011
As an Azrieli fellow I took part in a number of volunteering activities. To promote education and mainly to promote a fair chance for education for all, I found it very important to foster higher education awareness for soldiers about to finish their service. To that end I have established contact between the army education office and the Technion to create a sustainable visit arrangement (contacts, logistics, and funding). To make those visits more meaningful and unique for the soldiers, I have approached a large number of Technion staff, professors, and deans (all more than willing to take part in this program) to take turns participating in the visits. Though it took a long time to initiate and despite the uncertainty of the success of this project, the Azrieli board and staff supported me throughout. Before leaving for my postdoc position I was thrilled to take part in the first visit of 160 soldiers and the creation of permanent arrangements for future visits. Before leaving for my postdoc, I made sure that existing Azrieli fellows further pursue this project. Yet, I am certain that once I return to academia in Israel I will definitely re-engage in this project as I find it of import to Israeli society and a fair support to those that serve and contribute so much.