Prof. Oren Regev
Principal Investigator

Oren Regev is a professor in Chemical Engineering in the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel. His research topics include dispersion of nanocarbon materials (e.g., nanotube, graphene) and their integration in various matrices (e.g., polymer, cement) to form composite materials. He received his PhD in 1992 from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology and was a visiting scientist in Lund, Eindhoven and Texas A&M universities. He has published over 130 papers (>6000 citations) and few patents.

Ph.D Candidates
Gal Shachar Michaely

Nano-carbon loaded polymer composite materials

Mechanical and transport properties enhancement

Adi Lavi

Nano-carbon fabrication

Graphene production through molten salts

Avia Ohayon Lavi

Carbon loaded polymer composite materials

Transport properties and PCM enhancement

Lucas Luciano Cullari

Liquid nano-composites and neutron detection

- Nano-particle fabrication and dispersion

- Scintillation based neutron radiation detection 

Amr Alatawna

Cement Based composite materials

Mechanical and transport properties enhancement

Shani Ligati Schleifer

3D Printing

Carbon-based solutions to thermal management 

Elad Koronio
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Numerical Thermal Modeling

Thermal performance of composite multiphase systems

M.Sc Students
Yonatan Luzzatto

Hydrogen Permeability

B.Sc Students
Noam Lusthaus

Thermal Management

polymer based nanocomposite materials for high thermal dissipation

Yanai Pearlmutter
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Surface Charge Manipulation

carbon based nanomaterials for surface charge manipulation