Ishi Talmon, is a graduate of the Technion in Chemical Engineering: B.Sc. (summa cum laude, 1969) and M.Sc. (1975). His Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering studies at the University of Minnesota in 1979, under the supervision of Skip Scriven, Ted Davis, and Steve Prager, and in collaboration with Ned Thomas and Wilmer Miller, started a long lasting interest in nanostructured liquids and the application of electron microscopy for direct-imaging of those systems. Ishi has been a faculty member in Chemical Engineering, Technion, since 1979, Professor since 1991 and Department Chairman 2000-2005, Director of the Technion Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute 2010 to 2013, and Wolfson Professor in Chemical Engineering since 2001-2015. Currently Ishi is a (very active) Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, and Member of the Israeli National Committee for Planning and Budgeting (“VATAT”) of the Israeli Council for Higher Education (“MALAG”) and several of its affiliated committees. Ishi is a Doctor of Science honoris causa from of University of Lund, Sweden, and is an Honorary Fellow of The Israel Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE) and The Israel Society for Microscopy (ISM).

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