I am an M.Sc. research student.
My research interests are circuits design and VLSI systems.
my research will involve developing algorithms for CAD (Computer-Aided Design) tools to help improve design stages for new technology based on RSFQ (Rapid Single Flux Quantum) circuits which use a new device called the Josephson Junction.
The Josephson Junction (JJ) is a new device based on quantum phenomena that occur at cryogenic temperatures.
The JJ is a candidate to replace CMOS technology for certain applications for its very low power and fast switching speed.
I received my B.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering at the Technion, and during my studies, I worked at Intel in the Power and Performance department which was in charge of power and thermal optimization while maintaining high performance.
Currently, I am a teaching assistant in the Electronic Circuit course (044137) which is an introductory course for the digital and analog circuits for electrical engineering students.