Anan Copty
Anan Copty
Anan Copty received a BS from Gordon College, an MS from Boston College, and a PhD in physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has worked at the Harvard Physics Department in particle-trapping experiments, the Harvard–Smithsonian Astrophysics Center, the Harvard Medical School, and as staff scientist at Radiation Monitoring Devices, Boston. Anan joined Intel in 2004 where he worked in the area of research and development of new technologies. He founded Noninvasive Medical Devices in 2015, and later SynergyMed in 2018, a start-up involved in cancer-tumor treatment through noninvasive thermal ablation. Anan is married and the proud father of two children.