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Moshe Ben-David, Ph.D.

Moshe Ben-David, Ph.D.

E-Mail: moshe.bendavid@gmail.com




  1. Education:

1990-1992 B.Sc., Physics, Faculty of Exact Science, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

1993-1997 M.Sc. with honor, Physics, Faculty of Exact Science, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Subject of thesis: Optical Charcterization of Flexible Hollow Waveguides for Infrared Radiation

1999-2003 Ph.D., Physics, Faculty of Exact Science, Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Subject of the thesis: Development of Hollow Waveguides for Infrared Radiation.

1999-2001 MBA., Bussiness Administration School, Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel. Specializes in information systems.




  1. Professional experience:

1992-1998 Israel Defence Forces, Mininstry of defence special unit, Head of department. Resonsible for developing fighting doctrines for spesial units and training them, developing special equipment and managing projects. Rank: Captain.

1998-1999 Algorithm and Hardware engineer, Soreq Nuclear Center, Electro-Optic Devision, Development of algorithms for siganl processsing. Development of signal simulator for algorithm evaluation.

1999-2000 Algorithm and Hardware Engineer, Orad High Tech System. Responsible for the development of an electro-optical system to enhance sports broadcasts.

2000-2001 Head of the optical system team, Xlight Photonics. Developing the optical core of a terabit router for optical communication.

2001-2003 Senior optical engineer, Axonlink. Developing an optical communication system based on heterodyne detection for optical metro networks.

2003-2006 System engineer, Glucon Medical. Responsible for all the system aspects of a non invasive glucose monitoring device.

2003-2009 Teacher position, Bio-Medical Engineering Departmant, Tel-Aviv University. Teaching under graduate and graduate courses.

2006-2007 Project manager, Atlantium Technologies, disinfecting water technologies.

2008 CEO, OptiCul Diagnostics, optical detection of bacteria


  1. Active participation in scientific meetings

  1. The 8th Israel Material Engineering Conference - IMEC VIII, April 1997,Israel

  2. The international Society for Optical Engineering /Bio-Medical Optics, San-Jose, January 2001.

  3. NATO ASI in Advances in Biophotonics, September 2004.

  4. The international Society for Optical Engineering /Bio-Medical Optics, San-Jose, January 2006.


D. Students supervision:

PhD. Students (with Prof. Israel Gannot):

Mrs. Michal Tepper, Atto-Second Laser Applications in Medicine, Started October 2009.


M.Sc. Students (with Prof. Israel Gannot):

Mrs. Merav Catalogna (2005) – Multi-layer Photonic Crystal Hollow Waveguide – Design Optimization

Mr. Udi Gal, Thermal imaging bundles, Started October 2006.

Mrs. Michal Tepper (2009) – Photo-Thermal Spectroscopy of Tissue

Mr. Idan Steinberg, Nanoparticles magneto-accoustic imaging, Started October 2007

Mrs. Ranit Shacham, Tissue monitoring, Started 2007

Mrs. Osnat Harbater, Combined temperature and pH sensitive lifetime imaging, Started October 2008

Ms. Reut Cohen, 3D Fluoresence Imaging for High Troughput Analysis of Biopsies, , Started October 2008


Projects:

Mrs. Roni Cantor, and Mrs. Natali Balbul Bahat (2006) – Design of a control system for tissue thermotherapy

Mr. Itai Braunstein Muli layer waveguide modeling. (2007)

Ms. Moran Yehuda, Theoretical framework for Laser tissue interaction feedback (2007).

Ms. Marwa Kadan, and Ms. Hanan Falash, Tissue Heating Control System (2008)

Mr. Eran Kaplan, Optical Simulation of Skewed Rays in Hollow Waveguides (2009)



Ms. Karina Plotiska, Optical Deisgn of LED Projector

E. Courses:

  1. Lasers Applications in Medicine – Under Graduate Course.

  2. Laser Tissue Interactions- Graduate course.

  3. Wave propagation through tissue – Under Graduate Course.


F. Publications:

Papers:

  1. N. Croitoru, A. Inberg, R. Dahan, M. Ben-David, “Scattering and Beam Profile Mesurments of Plastic and Silica Radiation Waveguides”, Biomedical Optics,2, p.235-242, 1997.

  2. A. Inberg, M. Oksman, M. Ben-David and N. Croitoru, “Hollow Waveguide for Mid and Thermal Infrared Radiation”, J. Clinical Laser Medicine and Surgery”, 1998.

  3. M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, A. Katzir and N. Croitoru, “Hollow Waveguides for Infrared Radiation”, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Journal of the Chemical Engineers and Chemist, The Association of Engineers and Architects in Israel, No. 34-35, 12-18, 1999

  4. M. Ben David, A. Inberg, I. Gannot N. Croitoru, "The effect of scattering on the Transmission of Infrared Radiation Through Hollow, Waveguides”, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, pp 23-30, September 1999.

  5. A. Inberg, M. Ben-David, M. Oksman, A. Katzir and N. Croitoru, “Theoretical and Experimental Studies of Infrared Radiation Propagation in Hollow Waveguides”, Optical Engineering, 39, 5, 1384-1390 (2000).

  6. I. Gannot, M. Ben-David, A. Inberg and N. Croitoru., “Broadband omnidirectional IR flexible waveguides", Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 933-935, December 2001.

  7. I. Gannot, M. Ben David, N. Croitoru, A. Inberg, M. Oksman, R. Waynant, “Beam Shape analysis of waveguide delivered IR lasers”, Journal of Optical Engineering, Volume 41, Issue 1, pp. 244-250, January 2002.

  8. N. Croitoru, A. Inberg, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “Broad Band and Low Loss Mid-IR Flexible Hollow Waveguides”, Optics Express, Vol. 12, No. 7, pp 1341-1352 April 5, 2004.

  9. I. Gannot, M. Ben-David, I. Ilev and R. Waynant, Pulse dispersion in hollow optical waveguides, accepted for publication in Optical Engineering, March, 2005.

  10. M. Ben-Davida, M. Catalognaa, J. Harringtonb and I. Gannota, "Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Metal Sulfide Dielectric Coatings for Hollow Waveguides", Optical Engineering 2007, Accepted for publication

  11. T. Eruv, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “An alternative approach to analyze fluorescence lifetime images for early tumor diagnosis,” IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 14(1):98-104, 2008.

  12. I. M. Gescheit, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “A proposed method for Thermal Specific Bio-Imaging and Therapy Technique for Diagnosis and Treatment of Malignant Tumors by Using Magnetic Nano-Particles,” Advances in Optical Technologies, 275080, July 2008.

  13. M. Ben-David, R. Cantor, N. Balbul, M. Yehuda, I. Gannot, “Measuring tissue heat penetration by scattered light measurements,” Laser Surgery and Medicine, 40(7):494-499, 2008.

  14. M. Tepper, R. Neeman, Y. Milstein, M. Ben David and I. Gannot, “Thermal Imaging Method for Estimating Oxygen Saturation, J. Biomed. Opt. Vol. 14, 054048, Oct. 23, 2009.

  15. I. M. Gescheit, A. Dayan, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, Minimal Invasive Thermal Imaging of Malignant Tumor: A simple Model and algorithm, Accepted for publication, Journal of Medical Physics, September 2009.

  16. O. Harbater, M. Ben David, and I. Gannot, “Fluorescence Lifetime and Depth Estimation of a Tumor Site for Functional Imaging Purposes”, Accepted for publication, The IEEE Journal for special Topics in Quantum Electronics-Biophotonics, September 2009.

  17. I. Steinberg, E. Kaplan, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “The Role of Skew Rays in Biomedical Sensing “Accepted for publication, The IEEE Journal for special Topics in Quantum Electronics-Biophotonics, November 2009.


Book chapters:

  1. I. Gannot, and M. Ben-David, “Fiberoptic Delivery systems,” Encyclopedia of Optical Engineering, 2005.

  2. I. Gannot and M. Ben-David, “Chapter 7: Optical Fibers and Waveguides for Medical Applications,” Biomedical Photonics Handbook, CRC Press, 2003.

  3. M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “Chapter 1: Fibers and Waveguides for Medical Applications,” Advances in Biophotonics, IOS Press and Springer Science, pages 1-24, 2005.

  4. M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “Optical Fibers for Biomedical Applications,” Specialty Optical Fibres Handbook, Eds. A. Méndez and T.F. Morse, Elsevier Publishing Co., 2006.

  5. Moshe Ben-David, Reut Cohen, Osnat Harbater, Idan Steinberg, Michal Tepper and Israel Gannot, Ultrashort Laser Pulse Medical Imaging, Encyclopedia of analytical Chemistry, Invited Chapter August 2009.


Conference Proceedings:

  1. M. Ben-David, R. Dahan, J. Dror, and N. Croitoru, “The Influence of Roughness on Scattering of Transmitted Radiation Through Hollow Waveguide”, Proc. SPIE, 2677, p. 72-75,1996.

  2. N. Croitoru, A. Inberg, M. Oksman and M. Ben-David, “Hollow Silica, Metal and Plastic Waveguides for Hard Tissue Medical Application”, SPIE/Biomedical Optics V. 2977, p. 30-35, San-Jose USA, February 1997.

  3. A. Inberg, M. Oksman, M. Ben-David, and N. Croitoru, “Sealed Silica and Copper Hollow Waveguide for IR Laser Radiation”, Elecrooptics The 10th Meeting on Optical Engineering in Israel, March 1997.

  4. M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, M. Oksman and N. Croitoru, “Mode Propagation as a Function of Bending for IR Radiation”, The 8th Israel Material Engineering Conference - IMEC VIII, April 1997.

  5. N. Croitoru, A. Inberg, M. Ben-David and M. Oksman, “Infrared Radioation Waveguides for Laser Surgery Application”, 12th Congress Int. Society Laser Surgery Medicine, p. 20, Rostok Germany, September 1997.

  6. N. Croitoru, A. Katzir, A. Inberg, M. Oksman and M. Ben-David, “Dependence of Beam Profile on Conditions of Propagation (Wall Rougness, Bending), Coupling and Length of Hollow Waveguides”, BIOS EUROPE’ 98, Stockholm Sweden, September 1998.

  7. M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, M. Oksman, A. Katzir and N. Croitoru, “Theoretical Model and Experimental Studies of IR Propagation Through Hollow Waveguides”, The Second Conference on Material Science and Technologies, Ramat-Gan Israel, November 1998.

  8. N. I. Croitoru,; I. Gannot, A. Inberg, M. Oksman, M. B. David, R. W. Waynant, A. Katzir, "Beam Profile analysis of Waveguide delivered IR Lasers", SPIE confrence on Specialty Fiber Optics for Medical Applications, January 1999.

  9. I. Gannot M. Ben-David, , A. Inberg, N. Croitoru, “Bending effect on IR hollow waveguides transmission”, EBIOS, Amsterdam, July 2000.

  10. I. Gannot, M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, N. Croitoru and A. Katzir, Mid-IR Optimized Multi layer Hollow Waveguides, BIOS 2001,Vol. 4253, pp. 11-18, 2001.

  11. I. Gannot, M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, G. Revsin and N. Croitoru, “Electroless deposited broadband omnidirectional multilayer reflectors for mid-infrared lasers, BIOS, Optical fibers and Sensors for Medical Applications, Vol. 4616, pp.97-104, 2002.

  12. M. Ben-David, M. Catalogna, I. Gannot, V. Gopal and J. Harrington, “Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Metal Sulfide Dielectric Coatings for Hollow Waveguides”, Optical Fibers and sensors for medical applications conference, BIOS 2006, San-Jose, CA.

  13. M. Ben-David, I. Braunstein, I. Gannot, “Theoretical investigation of single wavelength hollow waveguide sensor for chemical materials sensing,” SPIE Photonics West BIOS: Optical Fibers and Sensors for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Applications VIII, Ed. I. Gannot, 6852, January 2008.

  14. M. Tepper, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “Novel Method for Tissue Thermal Spectroscopy: Demonstration Through Theoretical Oxygen Saturation Estimation,” SPIE Photonics West BIOS: Optical Fibers and Sensors for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Applications IX, San Jose, California, January 2009,.

  15. I. Steinberg, M. Ben-David and I. Gannot, “Hollow Core Waveguides for Sensing: Monte Carlo, Ray Tracing Computer Simulation,” SPIE Photonics West BIOS: Optical Fibers and Sensors for Medical Diagnostics and Treatment Applications IX, San Jose, California, January 2009.


G. Patents:

  1. EP 1453234A2 – An optical communication system and method (2004)

  2. US 20040228632A1 – Optical communucation system and method for using same (2004)

  3. Wearable Glucometer (2006) – With Glucon

  4. Water disinfecting system (2007) – with Atlantium

  5. PCT/IL2008/000472, “Means And Methods For Detecting Bacteria In A Sample”

  6. “MEANS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING BACTERIA IN AN AEROSOL SAMPLE“

  7. PCT PCT/IL2009/000960, “MEANS AND METHODS FOR DETECTING ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT BACTERIA IN A SAMPLE”

  8. 196353, “MEANS AND METHODS FOR RAPID DROPLET AND AEROSOLS INFECTION ANALYSIS“


H. Presentations:

  1. M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, M. Oksman and N. Croitoru, “Mode Propagation as a Function of Bending for IR Radiation”, The 8th Israel Material Engineering Conference - IMEC VIII, April 1997.

  2. I. Gannot, M. Ben-David, A. Inberg, N. Croitoru and A. Katzir, Mid-IR Optimized Multi layer Hollow Waveguides, BIOS 2001, January 2001

  3. Moshe Ben-David and Israel Gannot, “Fibers and Waveguides for Medical Applications”, NATO ASI, ADVANCES IN BIOPHOTONICS, September 2004

  4. M. Ben-David, M. Catalogna, I. Gannot, V. Gopal and J. Harrington, “Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Metal Sulfide Dielectric Coatings for Hollow Waveguides”, Optical Fibers and sensors for medical applications conference, BIOS 2006, San-Jose, CA. January 2006


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