Dr. Formoza is responsible for implementing and executing City Transformer's vision, as well as driving growth for the company.
Dr. Formoza does more than build the car of the future, he also educates the engineers of the future at universities and colleges, where he has been a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering since 2007, teaching courses on solid mechanics, robotics and mechatronics.
The focus of his academic research was shock wave phenomena, and he supervised a number of projects related to robotics and mechatronics throughout his academic career. Asaf has developed novel experimental setups to investigate wet-gas flow metering in 2001, and shock wave phenomena in 2003.
He holds a PhD (2013), MSc (2003) and a BSc (cum laude, 2001) in Mechanical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, Israel.
Dr. Formoza was responsible for the establishment and management of the Mechatronics and Robotics track at 2 SCE colleges in Beer-Sheva and Ashdod, Israel, from 2009 to 2013. Asaf led the track activities and oversaw 30 members of staff and 350 students. Asaf was recognized for outstanding teaching assistance during his Ph.D. research.