|Yehudah (Leo) Levi is past Rector and professor of Electro-Optics at the Jerusalem College of Technology, where he also give courses in Torah thought. Before coming to Isrel to set up the Physics/Electro-Optics Department at JCT, he had been head of the Applied Physics Lab at Fairchild Camera and Instrument Corp., Visiting Assoc. Professor of Physics at City College, NY, and Fellow of the Gur Aryeh Institute for Advanced Jewish Scholarship, in Brooklyn.|
'He received his Ph.D (Phys.) from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and rabbinic ordination from Rabbis Y. Hutner and J. Breuer. He has been president of the Association of Orthodox Jewish Scientists, both in America and Israel, and is the recipient of Feder (Torah and Science) and Abramowitz-Zeitlin (Jewish literature) awards. In addition to close to 150 articles published in scientific, technical and Judaica journals, he has published 9 other books.
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