Niv Sarig PhD

After 3 years working as a Mathematician in the path finding group in Nova measuring instruments company in the Semiconductors' Metrology industry and after more than 10 years of intensive mathematical studies, I embarked, again, on a new and exciting phase in my life.

I am a mathematician with a PhD granted from the department of Mathematics in the Weizmann institute of science.

I am serious, thorough, with excellent interpersonal skills, strong work ethics and a desire to bring and combine a vast mathematical knowledge, superb research and teaching skills to the real world

(HiTech\Engineering, Economics\Investments, Mathematical research and consulting etc...)."

As a path finding group member at Nova I am part of an exclusive team of ~10 PhD Colleagues all are in physics\engineering. As the only Mathematician I bring a different point of view to algorithms, modeling and general approaches on the new aspects being researched in the team (being led by Nova's CTO).

Accelerating extrapolation and regression in multi-dimensional libraries, modeling physical systems (optics, reflectometry, spectroscopy, nano-metric scale metrology) and solving inverse problems are the main tasks I am being involved in.

I wake up every day full of energy for a new and interesting day in Nova. Wait for the new challenging and important tasks and problems I will find during my research to attack, dive in and finally solve.

Along side, since I find it highly fulfilling and interesting, I dedicate part of my time for teaching advanced Mathematical courses in the Academy, especially at the Weizmann institute of Science.

Academic studies:

PhD granted from the department of Mathematics in the Weizmann institute of science.

Supervisor: Prof. Yosef Yomdin

M.Sc in Department of mathematics - Weizmann institute of science

Supervisor: Prof. Yosef Yomdin

B.Sc. in math and phys in Hebrew University in Jerusalem

Contacts:

Email: niv.sarig at weizmann dot ac dot il

Mobile phone number: 972-50-2050232

Graduate studies:

Ph.D thesis: Non linear reconstruction of models from small number of measured moments (pdf)

M.Sc thesis: Robust Reconstruction of Nonlinear Models Parameters From Measurement Data (pdf)

Publications:

Archie C.; Sarig N.; Sendelbach M. et.al. Effect of measurement error budgets and hybrid metrology on qualification metrology sampling, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 9050, 90501M (2014).

Batenkov. D, Sarig N.; Yomdin Y. Decoupling of Fourier Reconstruction System for Shifts of Several Signals, accepted SampTA 2013 conference, (arXiv:1305.2832v1)

Batenkov. D, Sarig. N, Yomdin Y. Algebraic reconstruction of piecewise-smooth functions from integral measurements, Functional Differential Equations, 19(1-2), 2012, pp.13-30, arXiv:1103.3969v1 [math.CA].

Batenkov. D, Sarig. N, Yomdin Y. An "algebraic" reconstruction of piecewise-smooth functions from integral measurements, accepted SampTA 2009 conference, arXiv:0901.4659v1 [math.CA].

Ettinger B.; Sarig N.; Yomdin Y. Linear versus non-linear acquisition of step-functions.

Sarig N.; Yomdin Y. Signal acquisition from measurements via non-linear models.

Talks:

Decoupling of Fourier Reconstruction System for Shifts of Several Signals,

Sampling Theory and Applications 2013, July 2013, Bremen Germany.

An “algebraic” reconstruction of piecewise-smooth functions from integral measurements,

The 11th Israeli Mini-Workshop in Applied and Computational Mathematics, July 2009, Technion.

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Course I lecture during the current semester

Mathematics for Quantum Mechanics - Fall 2014

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Weizmann Institute of Science

Department of mathematics and computer science

Rehovot, Israel

Phone: 972-8-934-3540

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