|Hezi Gildor - CV|
1993, B.Sc. Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences: Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
1996, M.Sc. Physical Oceanography: The University of Tokyo, Japan. Thesis title: Modeling interannual variations of the Indonesian Throughflow using ERS-1 Satellite Wind. Adviser: Prof. Toshio Yamagata.
2001, Ph.D. Environmental Sciences: The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel. Thesis title: Dynamics of glacial-interglacial cycles: the "sea ice switch" and the role of ocean biogeochemistry. Adviser: Prof. Eli Tziperman.
|HONORS AND AWARDS
2009: JSPS (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) Fellowship for Research in Japan (short-term).
2007: Prize of the Scientific Council, Weizmann Institute.
2006: Gledden Visiting Senior Fellowships, The university of Western Australia (declined).
2003: The Sir Charles Clore Prize, Weizmann Institute.
2001: NOAA Postdoctoral Fellowship in Climate and Global Change.
2001: John F. Kennedy Memorial Prize for outstanding research work at the Weizmann Institute.
2001: Bikura fellowship, Israel Science Foundation.
1994-1996: Fellow student of the Japanese government.
1992, 1993: Deans list, Tel-Aviv University.
1993: Magna cum Laude, Tel-Aviv University.