Materials Engineering and Nanotechnologies
Faculty of Engineering
Tel Aviv University
Phone: +972 3 640 9459

Short bio:
2009-Present : Tel Aviv University – direct Ph.D studies, MEMS/NEMS
Advisors: Prof. Yosi Shacham-Diamand and  Prof. Slava Krylov
2005-2008: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, B.Sc. Physics

PhD Thesis: P(VDF-TrFE-CFE) MEMS and NEMS Devices

Short Abstract: The goal of my work is to use unique polymeric materials to fabricate highly sensitive sensors and low power actuators  at the  micro and nano scale.

Main projects:

  • Participant in the EU Heart-e-gel Consortium: Electroactive polymer hydro-gels for operation in cardiovascular systems
  • Ferroelectric relaxor polymer nano and micro device developement funded by Arkema/Piezotech
  • Collaboration with Dr. Tal Dvir’s group: Cardiac Tissue Engineering
  • Supervisor of two M.Sc. Electrical Engineering student projects
  • Reviewer for the Journal of Micromech. Microeng. (JMM)


L. Engel, J. Shklovsky, D. Schreiber, S. Krylov, Y. Shacham- Diamand. Freestanding smooth micron-scale polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) membranes by thermal imprinting. Published in Journal of Micromech. Microeng. March 2012

J. Shklovsky* and L. Engel*, Y. Sverdlov, S. Krylov, Y. Shacham-Diamand. Nano-imprinting lithography of P(VDF-TrFE-CFE) for flexible freestanding MEMS devices. *equal contributors. Published in Microelectronic Engineering.  Aug 2012