Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science & Technology
b. Israel 1954. B.Sc., Technion, 1980. M.Sc., Technion, 1982. D.Sc., Technion, 1985. 1985-1987, University of Maryland, USA. At the Technion since 1987. 1993/4 U.S. Army Advanced Systems Research & Analysis Office, NASA Ames Research Center, USA. Professor since 2003. Holds the Shirley and Burt Harris Academic Chair since 2005. Dean, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering 2006-2010. Head, The Technion Autonomous Systems Program (TASP) 2010-2011, Visiting Professor, Rotorcraft Center, University of Maryland, USA, 2011. Since 2012 – Director of the Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science & Technology at the Technion. Fellow of the American Helicopter Society.
Rotary-Wing Theory, Rotorcraft Aeromechanics. Anisotropic Elasticity, Composite structures. Autonomous Aerial Vehicles.