2021-2022 MIT-Zuckerman STEM fund winners

The MIT-Israel Seed Fund Selection Committee accepts five proposals for the 2021-2022 MIT-Zuckerman STEM Fund.

MIT-Zuckerman STEM Fund Winners 2021-2022

How abstract is phonology
Donca Steriade of the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy in the School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences at MIT will collaborate with Roni Katzir of the Faculty of Humanities at Tel Aviv University.


Israel’s community-based healthcare, urbanization and environment as a basis for developing indicators for pandemic resiliency and planning healthy cities
Mariana Arcaya of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning in the School of Architecture and Planning at MIT will collaborate with Noam Shomron of the Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University.


Non-invasive Acoustic Hyperthermia and Local Immunotherapy for the Treatment of Brain Tumors
Natalie Artzi of the Institute for Medical Engineering and Science in the School of Engineering at MIT will collaborate with Haim Azhari of the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.


Time Reversal of Nonlinear Hamiltonians for Quantum Enhanced Metrology
Vladan Vuletic of the Department of Physics in the School of Science at MIT will collaborate with Michael Rosenbluh of the Faculty of Exact Sciences at Bar-Ilan University.


Vibrational engineering of ferroic order in van der Waals materials
Nuh Gedik of the Department of Physics in the School of Science at MIT will collaborate with Dominik Juraschek of the Faculty of Exact Sciences at Tel Aviv University.

 

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