Gottlieb, Prof. Moshe
Prof. Moshe Gottlieb is a faculty member of the Chemical Engineering Department at Ben Gurion University of the Negev since 1980 (Full Professor since 1991). Graduate of the Chemical Engineering Department at the Technion, Haifa, Israel (B.Sc. Cum Laude 1973) and the Chemical Engineering Department of the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.D. 1978) with a minor in Polymer Rheology. A postdoctoral fellow at the Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Department, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis (1978-79), Visiting Scholar University of California, Berkeley (1980), Visiting Scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory (1986, 2005) Visiting Professor University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1986-87). Prof. Gottlieb served as the Director of the Reimund Stadler Minerva Center for Mesoscale Macromolecular Engineering (1998-2013), Associate Dean and Acting Dean of Engineering Sciences (2001-04), Director, Ilse Katz Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology (2006-2009). Director, BGU-U. Chicago program on Molecular Engineering of Water Resources (2013- 2018). Collaborator and Consultant Los Alamos National Laboratory (1986-2012); Consultant to ICI-Dead Sea Bromine Group, Chondrosite, Rotem Ampert, Netafim, IMI, Exxon-Mobil, NuLens, Rabintex, NanoPass, GI View, NanoDimension, X-Jet3D; CTO TeliWare Ltd., Founder and member of the board TeliSwitch Ltd.Research activity: rheology of complex fluids, interfacial phenomena, polymer-surface interaction, nano-propulsion, polymer networks, gelation phenomena.