Prof. Yonatan Dubi, born in 1976 in Israel, is a professor of physics and theoretical chemistry, a member of the department of chemistry at Ben-Gurion university, as well as the Ilse Katz center for nanoscale science and technology and the school for sustainability and climate change, also at Ben-Gurion University. His scientific interests include electrical and energy transport in nanoscale systems, nanotechnology, energy conversion and photocatalysis and more. He is also one of the founders of the Israeli Forum for Rational Environmentalism.
Prof. Dubi has been volunteering to give science talks to high-school students for many years. In his spare time he enjoys playing the flute and the banjo (although not simultaneously). He is a 2017 recipient of the Krill prize for excellence for young researchers, given by the Wolf foundation.