Ehud Banin

Bar-Ilan University

Prof. Ehud Banin is the Director of the Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials at Bar-Ilan University. He heads the biofilm research laboratory and is an expert in molecular microbiology and antimicrobial development. His work focuses on understanding the basic aspects of the signals and processes involved in bacterial biofilm formation and developing new methods and agents for treating biofilm-related infections. He holds several patents related to the development of novel antimicrobial and antibiofilm nano based agents (some of which have been licensed) and published over a 100 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and proceedings. Prof.

completed his B.Sc. in Food engineering and Biotechnology (Technion) and a Ph.D. from the Tel-Aviv university in Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology.

Keep Me Updated

Dear Friends of the Nano community, participants, presenters, and invited speakers,

After careful consideration and as a result of the ongoing security situation in Israel, we have decided that it is in the best interest of everyone involved to reschedule the event.

These are the new dates:

9-11 March, 2025 | ICC Jerusalem

We understand the impact this may have on your plans and appreciate your understanding during these challenging times.

Thank you for your continued support, and we look forward to hosting a safe and successful NANO.IL.2025.

* Please note – registered participants and sponsors: Paid registration and signed sponsorship contracts will be valid for the new dates as well.
Should you decide to cancel your registration or sponsorship, the fees previously paid will be refunded; however, we cannot guarantee the same rates for the new 2025 dates.

Sincerely,

Prof. Danny Porath
Conference Chairperson
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Prof. Meital Reches
Conference Co-Chairperson
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Mr. Haim Rousso
Conference Co-Chairperson
El-Op former CEO

Mr. Rafi Koriat
Conference Co-Chairperson
Israel National Nanotechnology Initiative