Dr. Daphna Peimer- Dancing with Particles of Success
Dr. Daphna Peimer is an algorithm developer at Nova since 2015. Had she not turned to engineering, she would probably have been a dancer. Still, she chose the academic route, leading to a Ph.D., based on extensive research of a new and long-lived elementary particle.
Industrial Research and the Science of Small Things
How does a young woman passionate about art from western India, become a nanoscale engineer in the Silicon Valley? Dr. Madhulika Korde’s story is one of self-motivation, a love of technology, and an inquisitive, innovative mind that sees the impossible as a starting point and thrives on challenge.
How Did the Name Kaufman Turn into a Synonym to InNOVAtion at Nova?
At Nova, 'Kaufman', became a synonym for innovation and groundbreaking ideas. So, you would hear people in conversation at Nova saying: "wow, that's a Kaufman!" Like saying: "great out-of-the-box thinking". When someone says: "This is a Kaufman Idea" they actually mean: "Great job!"