Prof. Uriel Levy is TriEye’s CTO and Co-Founder, as well as the Director of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) Nanocenter. Prior to joining HUJI, he was a postgraduate researcher at the University of California, San Diego. His main focus of research is on the realization of chip-scale optoelectronic devices that benefit from enhancing light-matter interactions using technologies such as silicon photonics, plasmonics, and integrated vapor cells, with applications in communication, imaging, precision metrology, lithography, sensing, memories, and alternative energy. Prof. Levy published over 170 journal papers, presented his results in hundreds of invited talks and he holds dozens of patents. Among other achievements, he is known for the invention of the CMOS compatible imaging technique in the Short-Wave Infrared, which was licensed to TriEye LTD. Prof. Levy is a fellow of the optical society of America and is the recipient of several notable prizes, including for example the Kaye innovation award, an ERC consolidator grant, the Hebrew University President Young Investigator Award, and the Rothschild Post-Doctoral Fellowship. He holds a BSc in Physics and Materials Science from the Technion and a Ph.D. in Electro-Optics from Tel Aviv University.
TriEye is the pioneer of mass-market, CMOS-based Short-Wave infrared (SWIR) sensing solutions. Based on advanced academic research, TriEye’s breakthrough and proprietary technology enables cost-effective, high-resolution image data and depth perception in all weather and lighting conditions. Founded in 2017, the company’s cutting-edge technology allows perception systems to operate and deliver reliable and actionable image data, while reducing expenditure by up to 1,000x the existing industry rates.
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