Meet Our Team
The People Behind the Company
Shlomit Zamir, PhD
Dr. Zamir completed BSc, MSc and PhD in the faculty of Materials Engineering, Technion. In parallel Shlomit pursued a successful career in RAFAEL, Armament Development Authority- where she established several multidisciplinary teams in the field of materials engineering. In her last role in RAFAEL Shlomit managed the department of advanced materials, with an annual R&D budget of about 30-40 million shekels. In 2016 Shlomit left RAFAEL and established SciMAP, which provides R&D services to industrial customers. These days Shlomit focuses on establishment of new entrepreneurship- SolOr, which aims to revolutionize the way building integrated photovoltaic systems are fabricated and installed.
Gary Zaiats, PhD
Dr. Zaiats completed BSc, MSc and PhD in Chemical Engineering, Materials Engineering and Chemistry, Technion. Gary worked in RAFAEL, Armament Development Authority- where he led wide spectrum of technological projects in the department of polymers, including finite elements analysis (FEA), compounding and models for accelerated aging predictions. After completing PhD, Gary worked as postdoctoral researcher under supervision of Professor Prashant Kamat (University of Notre Dame, US). In 2017 Gary returned to Israel and joined to Shlomit in SciMAP. These days Gary focuses on establishment of new entrepreneurship- SolOr, which aims to revolutionize the way building integrated photovoltaic systems are fabricated and installed.
Gavriel Meron is a strong leader and highly experienced entrepreneur, having fulfilled multiple
leadership roles as a board member and CEO. He was the founder and CEO of Israel-based Given
Imaging Ltd. He lead Given Imaging from development to market to over $100M revenue and significant
profitability, leading IPO and follow-on at over $1Billion valuation on NASDAQ. Today Gavriel is the chairman and CEO of SolOr. He has been invited as a guest to lecture on entrepreneurship and medical devices at Tel Aviv University, Haifa Technion, Harvard, and Columbia. He is involved in various social causes, such as Kfar
Tikva, a village for people with disabilities. He holds an MBA in International Business from Tel Aviv
University and a BA in Economics and Statistics from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.