News From 2021

New appointment for Dr. Eli Eizenberg

01 November, 2021

Dr. Eli Eizenberg who leads projects in the fields of education for engineers and higher education at the Samuel Neaman Institute,
appointed to be an advisor to the Extensive Steering Committee for the Conversion of Engineers and Practical Engineers to Teaching in Technological Education on behalf of the Ministry of Education, and was also appointed to be a member of the Steering Committee Advising the Training of Technological Education Teachers in Israel

Now in Amazon WORLD Of ENGINEERING

01 November, 2021

The book WORLD Of ENGINEERING written and translated by Dr. Baruch Karp, Dr. Avigdor Zonnenshain and Prof. Arnon Bentur published in a digital version by the Samuel Neaman Institute

It is marketed and distributed, now also on the Amazon website.

Assist with the book: Ella Barazani- graphical editing, Lainie Blum Cogan- Grammatical edit, Sigalit Eshet (Simple Story) - Production and marketing

Samuel Neaman Institute will assist ORT Braude College in adapting the Industrial Revolution 4.0 curriculum

15 September, 2021

The Center for Industrial Excellence at Samuel Neaman Institute began collaborating with ORT Braude College on the college's curriculum decisions so that it would provide all college graduates with a toolbox that includes digital literacy consistent with the 4th Industrial Revolution, with students and faculty collaborating on advanced manufacturing institutes.

The activity is led by Giora Shalgi, a senior Researcher at Shmuel Neaman Institute.

Meeting with Isaac Herzog President of Israel

15 August, 2021

Honorary Fellow Certificate to Prof. Gershon Grossman

15 August, 2021

new Newsletter for Samuel Neaman Institute

10 August, 2021

How does Fake News affect Israel's national resilience?

29 July, 2021

The Samuel Neaman Institute hosted a round table at the initiative of Dr. Eitan Aders and Dr. Reuven Gal on the subject of "Fake News An elusive and challenging concept. Definition, coping and the impact on national resilience" With participants from the fields of law, society and the Israeli media.

Rafi Naveh, senior researcher, won the ChipEx2021 award, the leader of global industry

01 July, 2021

The award is a Lifetime Achievement Award in the high-tech industry awarded in the form of a special certificate to the Chipex Conference, which is the annual Harini conference of the semiconductor industry.
This year, Prof. Meir Feder, Billy Harvia and Napa Bishara also won this award.
The awarding of the certificate took place at the closing event of the conference in a dignified ceremony in the presence of senior figures and leaders of the high-tech industry.

A new book written by Prof. Shlomo Maital and Rafi Nave is soon to be published

24 June, 2021

First edition of a new book written by Prof. Shlomo Maital and Rafi Nave: “Aspiration, Inspiration, Perspiration: How Technion Faculty and Graduates Fuse Creativity and Technology to Change the World.” graphic editing: Ella Barzani is due to be published in a month and already received maximum attention at a webinar held by ATS (Friends of the Technion in the USA) on June 24, 2121. Under the name: the secret to how Israel’s leading technology institute manages to drive so much innovation

 

 

 

UNESCO held a launch event of its new book on the state of science in 2021:UNESCO SCIENCE REPORT - The race against time for smarter development The book includes a chapter (16) on Israel, which was written by a team from Samuel Neaman Institute, headed by Dr. Daphne Getz .

15 June, 2021

UNESCO held a launch event of its new book on the state of science in 2021:UNESCO SCIENCE REPORT - The race against time for smarter development
The book includes a chapter (16) on Israel, which was written by a team from Samuel Neaman Institute, headed by Dr. Daphne Getz .

A joint study between Samuel Neaman Institute and Israel Innovation Authority.Be part of the online survey.

03 June, 2021

The Samuel Neaman Institute and Israel Innovation Authority are conducting a joint study to examine the catalysts and barriers to cooperation between academia and industry.
At the heart of the study will be examined: the effectiveness of technological collaboration, the success and benefits of the Magnet Legend track.
If you are a researcher and partners from academia or industry who participated in associations that began in 2005 and ended by 2020, you are welcome to respond to an online survey.
This will help the research needs.
The information collected is discreet, and is available to the study editors only - no personal data will be publicly disclosed.

Survey for industry participants 
Survey for academic participants

Samuel Neaman Institute formulates steps to promote a national program for Lifelong Learning, led by Prof. Arnon Bentur, Dr. Avigdor Zonnenshain, Dr. Gilad Fortuna and Tamar Dayan

02 June, 2021

Samuel Neaman Institute formulates steps to promote a national program for Lifelong Learning, led by Prof. Arnon Bentur, Dr. Avigdor Zonnenshain, Dr. Gilad Fortuna and Tamar Dayan of the Engineers' Education Forum, which also promotes lifelong learning.

Dr. Avigdor Zonnenshain won the 'Outstanding Article Award'

01 June, 2021

Dr. Avigdor Zonnenshain, from the Industrial Excellence Group, and two other colleagues from the US, won the 'Outstanding Article Award' at the International Conference of Systems Engineering, scheduled for July 2021.
The name of the article:
Opportunities and Challenges of Sociotechnical Systems Engineering

Prof.Ron Kenett was elected to be a member in the advisory committee of INFORMS

01 June, 2021

Prof.Ron Kenett was elected to be a member in the advisory committee of INFORMS, the leading professional body in the fields of performance research, analytics and industrial engineering and management.

Dr. Carmit Padan and Dr. Reuven Gal presenting "A Multi-dimensional Matrix for Better Defining and Conceptualizing Resilience"

04 February, 2021

NEW from Dr. Carmit Padan, and Dr. Reuven Gal.
"A Multi-dimensional Matrix for Better Defining and Conceptualizing Resilience"
Link to the Reference.

2020 Top Science and Technology Policy Think Tanks

28 January, 2021

Samuel Neaman Institute at the Technion is ranked second on the 2020 Top Science and Technology Policy Think Tanks list - out of 71 institutions on the list

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