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Yaron Silberberg

better resolution

A new method of ultra-high resolution microscopy relies on quantum physics and lasers

Prof. Yaron Silberberg

Prof. Yaron Silberberg has been awarded the Rothschild Prizes in Physical Sciences.

A unique method of shaping the ultrashort pulses enables them to act as “many beams in one”

Giving shape to an ultrafast laser pulse enables new optical methods

Prof. Yaron Silberberg

Prof. Yaron Silberberg has been elected as a Member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Prof. Yaron Silberberg

Prof. Yaron Silberberg is the recipient of the Max Born Award from the Optical Society of America (OSA)

(l-r) Yoav Lahini, Mor Verbin, Yaacov Kraus, Oded Zilberberg and Zohar Ringel

What happens when five physics students from four different labs put their heads together?

(l-r) Dr. Henry Yaffe and Prof. Israel Bar-Joseph in the late 1980s. Laser lab

Dr. Henry Yaffe designs and manufactures devices for testing fiber-optic equipment.

(l-r) Ori Katz, Eran Small and Prof. Yaron Silberberg. Under the skin
A new method of adjusting laser beams may enable them to focus on a point under the skin...