Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
English, French, Hebrew
Research Interests
Yoav Tsori’s research is in the theory of soft matter physics: polymers, liquids, surfactants, liquid crystals, colloids, and electrolytes. Many of his works revolve around the concept of interfaces and surface tension. He is interested in theories of phase transitions that occur in external forces, notably electric ones. A special case of these transitions is so-called “electro prewetting”, which is closely related to wetting and dewetting phenomena.
Selected Awards
Frankel Family Chair in Energy and Chemical Engineering (2018 — today).
Member of the Young Academy of Europe (YAE) ~(2013 — 2019)
Chair Michelin, Ecole Sup'{e}rieure de Physique et de Chimie
Industrielles (ESPCI) (2008).
The Joseph and May Winston Foundation Career Development Chair in
Chemical Engineering (2008).
The Wolf Foundation Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific Research (2007).
Toronto prize for excellency in scientific research (2006).
Joliot Curie visiting professor, ESPCI (2005).
Chateaubriand fellowship (2001).
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