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With Technion Alumna Dr. Adi Hanuka, rising star and Forbes 30 under 30
Hear from Adi about how her love of science took her to the Technion and around the world, her plans for the future, and how she’s impacting the world one particle at a time.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Within three years of graduating with her bachelor’s degree from the Technion in electrical engineering (summa cum laude), Dr. Adi Hanuka had already created a diagnostic medical device — the Eyelid Motion Monitor, published two dozen academic papers, met former President Bill Clinton while participating in the Clinton Global Initiative, represented Israel in the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting as a promising young scientist, and was selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 prestigious list.
After receiving her Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Technion, Adi is now performing postdoctoral research at Stanford Linear Accelerator in California. Her research is to do to particle accelerators what has been achieved in the field of computers over the last seventy years — namely, make them smaller, faster, and less expensive. Imagine a radiation therapy machine the size of a soda can. This is just one example of how Adi’s research could impact healthcare.
David Marcus will lead a conversation with Adi followed by a moderated Q&A with participants. David is a partner at Wilmer Hale and is an active ATS volunteer, serving on the ATS National Board of Directors and ATS Southern California Board.
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