Gal has graduated in 2017 her B.Sc. in Environmental Engineering, magna cum laude, at the faculty of civil and environmental engineering, Technion.
In 2021, she has completed her M.Sc. in Energy Engineering as part of the Interdepartmental Grand Technion Energy Program (GTEP), at Prof. Yoed Tsur's group. Her research thesis for M.Sc. focused on the effect of operating conditions and CO2 cathode contamination on PEM fuel cells using distribution of relaxation times analysis. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the faculty of Chemical Engineering, Technion, focusing on solid oxide fuel cells and impedance spectroscopy.