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Tal Shnitzer / Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering

B.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical Enginieering, graduated summa cum laude, 2013

Participated in the Technion Excellence Program: 2009-2013.

Tal is a direct Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technion, under the supervision of Prof. Ronen Talmon, since 2014. In her research, she develops novel methods for signal processing and sensor fusion based on geometric modeling of signals, with focus on medical application.

Selected Honors and Awards:

  • Dvora and Prof. Israel Cederbaum Scholarship, 2018
  • Freud Excellence Award for PhD students at the EE Department, Technion, 2017
  • Lyon Sachs Technion – University of Toronto Student Collaboration Fund, 2017
  • Canada-Israel Innovation Initiative for Student Mobility: Funding for a 3-month research internship at the University of Toronto, 2017
  • Diane and Leonard Sherman Interdisciplinary Excellence Award, 2015
  • Josef and Rina Zipers Excellence Prize, 2014
  • Meyer Foundation Prize, 2014

Recommendation to Program Participants: "Take advantage of the opportunities the excellence program offers, look for courses that interest you in other faculties as well and work with people from different fields and faculties.
This is the time to explore your interests and find out what you are most passionate about, so try to do several projects in different fields during your B.Sc."

Today (2018): Direct Ph.D. student in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technion.