Prof. Re’em Sari
Born on Feb. 19 1971 in Be'er-Sheva, Israel. Married, four boys. Israeli citizenship. US Green Card.
|Ph.D. in Astrophysics, September 1998, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. Summa cum laude.|
M.Sc. in Physics, October 1994, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. cum laude
B.Sc. in Mathematics, July 1992, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. With great distinction.
B.Sc. in Physics, March 1991, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. With great distinction
|2007 -||Professor of Astrophysics||Hebrew University|
|2010 - 2014|
Chair of the Board
Bloomfield Science Museum
|2008 - 2014|
Head of Amirim Teva Program
Honors program for undergrads
|2003 – 2009|
Associate Professor of Astrophysics & Planetary Science
|1998 – 2003|
Sherman Fairchild Senior Research Fellow
Faculty position in theoretical astrophysics
|1989 – 1995|
Research position in the Physics Department
Nuclear Research Center, Negev
2017 Sackler Lecture, Leiden Observatory, Leiden, Netherlands
2016 Radcliffe fellowship, Harvard, Cambridge, MA, USA.
2015 Klachky Prize for the advancements of the frontiers of science. Hebrew University.
2014 Kavli Fellow. American National Academy of Science and The Kavli Foundation.
2013 Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award - Alexander von Humbolt Foundation, Germany.
2012 Member of the Israeli Young Academy of Sciences and Humanities.
2011 Michael Bruno Memorial Award from Yad Hanadiv, Rothschild Foundation.
2011 Radcliffe fellowship.
2010 Guggenheim fellowship.
2009 Rector award for outstanding researcher from the Hebrew University.
2008 TheMarker Magazine 40/40, selected among the 40 most promising Israeli citizens under 40.
2008 European Research Council Starting Grant.
2007 Frenkiel Award from Division of Fluid Dynamics of the American Physical Society.
2006 Warner Prize of the American Astronomical Society.
2004 Packard fellowship.
2004 Sloan research fellowship.
2003 Graduate Student Council Mentoring Award.
2002 Michelson Prize Postdoctoral Lectureship.
1999 Katzir prize for graduate students.
1998 Fairchild Fellowship at Caltech.
1998 Hubble Fellowship (declined).
1998 Harvard Junior Fellowship at the Society of Fellows (declined).
1998 Israel Physical Society award for outstanding graduate students.
1997 Clore Scholars Program.
1996 Wolf Scholarship.