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educator , Microwave engineer , researcher

Asher Madjar, Bulgarian, Israeli microwave engineer, researcher, educator. Achievements include contributions to large-signal modelling of Gallium Arsenide Metal-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor. Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (chapter chairman since 1973, section secretary 1985-1989); member European Microwave Conference (chairman 1997, management committee since 1990).

Background

Madjar, Asher was born on October 11, 1945 in Bulgaria. Arrived in Israel, 1949. Son of Zvi and Rina Madjar.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Technion, Haifa, Israel, 1967. Master of Science, Technion, Haifa, Israel, 1969. Doctor of Science, Washington University, St. Louis, 1979.

Career

Research enr. Rafael, Haifa, 1969-1976, microwave chief engineer, 1979-1982, microwave chief scientist, 1982-1989, research fellow, since 1991. Visiting professor Drexel University, Philadelphia, 1989-1991, since 2003. Adjunct professor Technion, Haifa, 1969-2003, Organization for Rehabilitation through Training Braude College, Carmiel, Israel, 1995-2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include contributions to large-signal modelling of Gallium Arsenide Metal-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: High Power Optically Activated, 1993. Contributor research articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (chapter chairman since 1973, section secretary 1985-1989). Member European Microwave Conference (chairman 1997, management committee since 1990).

Connections

Married Sara Bechar; children: Rinat, Mor.

father:
Zvi Madjar

mother:
Rina Madjar

spouse:
Sara Bechar

child:
Rinat Madjar

child:
Mor Madjar