By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
"Talya Erblich of Elizabeth, who is going into her senior year at Rutgers as an electrical and computer engineering major, was placed in the lab of Professor Adam Teman, co-director of a collaborative research program in the emerging nanoscaled circuits and systems labs at Bar-Ilan.
“I’m making aliyah next year or the year after, and this is my chance to learn some of the lingo in Hebrew, especially the special technological phrases used in my field,” Ms. Erblich said. “The research that the Bar-Ilan professors were doing in the engineering field was very interesting to me.”
Dr. Teman said that Ms. Erblich worked on a central project of the EnICS Labs: a unique system-on-chip — SoC for short — designed to enable students of all the EnICS Labs’ research groups to demonstrate their innovative projects."