|David Eisenberg is a post-doctoral researcher from Israel. Born in Kiev, Ukraine (1984), and raised in Kfar Eldad, Judea, Israel, David completed his academic training in Chemistry in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with a B.Sc. (cum laude), M.Sc. (groups of Prof. Mordecai Rabinovitz and Prof. Roy Shenhar), and Ph.D (with Prof. Shenhar). |
His thesis focused on self-assembly and electronic structure of large aromatic anions, and was awarded an Excellence prize from the Israel Chemical Society. In parallel to his studies, he served for 6 years as an R&D officer in a Material Engineering department in an Israeli national lab, where he led a small research team.
In 2012 David received the Fulbright and Ilan Ramon post-doctoral fellowships to prepare him for an academic career in the field of renewable energy. He is a member of the Bard group (University of Texas at Austin) since Fall 2012, working on various aspects of solid-solid interfaces in photoelectrochemical systems.