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Monday, 16 May 2016

Jenya Vestfrid

Jenya Vestfrid.

Jenya Vestfrid

PhD Student at Schulich Faculty of Chemistry, Technion, Haifa, Israel





Teaching Assistant and Laboratory Instructor

Schulich Faculty of Chemistry, Technion, Haifa, Israel
– Present (6 years 5 months)Technion
Principals of Chemistry Lab,
Analytical Chemistry 1 Lab,
Inorganic Bio-Chemistry

Head of Chemistry field in Chemical Laboratory

Navy at Israel Defense Forces
(4 years 6 months)Haifa, Israel


Iodinated aluminum(III) corroles with long-lived triplet excited states(Link)

JACS - Journal of the American Chemical Society
July 27, 2011

Tuning the Photophysical and Redox Properties of Metallocorroles by Iodination(Link)

Inorganic Chemistry
September 22, 2014
Selective iodination of aluminum and gallium corroles leads to complexes that display prompt fluorescence, phosphorescence, and delayed thermal fluorescence, all at room temperature.
Jenya  Vestfrid


Technion-Machon Technologi Le' Israel / Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry
Photophysical mesearment
Dye Sensitized Solar Cells (DSSC)

Technion-Machon Technologi Le' Israel / Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Science (BSc), Chemistry, Cum Laude

Organic Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry


Highschool, Computers

Members of the Israeli delegation in Baku (l-r) Prof. Zeev Gross, head coach Dr Izana Nigel-Etinger, Itai Zvieli, Roni Arenzon, Nadav Genossar, Ron Solan, and Schulich Faculty of Chemistry PhD student, Jenya Vestfrid -
The Israeli delegation, coached at Technion, brings home three bronze medals from the 47th International Chemistry Olympiad (IChO) which took place in Baku, Azerbaijan. The IChO is the oldest international science competition for high school students.
"The material they were tested on was at a very high level, much higher than what is being taught in Israeli high schools,” remarked Prof. Zeev Gross, incumbent of the Reba May Blum and Robert D. Blum Jr. Academic Chair in the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry. "We are extremely proud of the team’s accomplishments and are so pleased that three of its members attained bronze medals.”
“This was a very special experience for me,” said Nadav Genossar. “We met students from all over the world. We studied and trained a lot for this competition, to reach the high level of knowledge required. I participated in the IChO competition last year as well, and this year I won a bronze medal!"



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