In Memoriam

Dr. Anatoly Shlapakovsky. He suddenly passed away so young. Anatoly was not only our colleague, but a good friend, bright scientist and exelent researcher, as well as talented poet. We shall remember Dr. Anatoly Shlapakovsky as joyful person, that showing goodwill and respect to everyone. Continue Reading Anatoly Shlapakovsky 1957-2016
Picture of Gregory Toker 1951-2014

Gregory Toker 1951-2014

Dr. Gregory Toker was born in Moscow, USSR. He studied in the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in 1968-1974. Gregory earned his Ph.D. degree in 1988. Dr. G. Toker worked in Lebedev Physical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences and number research institutes of Canada, Mexico and Israel. The area of his research interests was : optical and holographic interferometry of the processes accompanying explosion of wires in water, also different optical diagnostic techniques studying transparent objects. Dr. Gregory Toker was a talent scientist and good friend. Continue Reading Gregory Toker 1951-2014
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Kalman Gruzinsky 1949-2015

Engineer Kalman Gruzinsky was born in Moldova. Big part of his fruitfully life he spent in Siberia. He received his M.Sc. degree with Tomsk Politechnical Instutue. As electronics engineer he worked in many communication plants and companies in ex-USSR and from 1991 in Israel. Kalman is co-author of a number of patents in medical electronics. Kalman Gruzinsky was a "gold hands" for our laboratory. Continue Reading Kalman Gruzinsky 1949-2015
Picture of Andrey Levine 1957-2015

Andrey Levine 1957-2015

Engineer Andrey Levine received his M.Eng. degree in 1980 with Far Eastern State Technical University in Vladivostok, Russia. His deep knowledge and hands-on ability were not only on electronics design but on many around us things: general engineering and modeling of historical objects, paint art and nature research. Andrey was so good, so young. So early... Continue Reading Andrey Levine 1957-2015