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The agreement was signed during a scientific conference held in Tashkent headed by Prof. Eduard Yakubov President of HIT.

The Ambassador was accompanied by Dr. Rachel Levy Drummer, Secretary of Academic Affairs at Bar Ilan university.


On October 6, the first Uzbek-Israeli scientific conference will take place in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. The conference, entitled Contemporary Problems in Mathematics and Physics, will bring together more than 60 scientists from...

Yael Avni from MADE lab at HIT were invited to take part in the 11th International Convention on Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology. Yael was invited to present two papers published at the conference which took place in...

The first phase of a new, groundbreaking study in the Research Laboratory "Non Invasive Hybrid Machine Interface" at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering has recently been completed. The research was carried out by the head of the...

The annual Design Supporters' event was held at the Faculty of Design with HIT's members of the Board of Trustees chaired by Mr. Pinchas (Pini) Cohen, members of the executive committee and many guests, who have enjoyed mingling and...

Katerina Batsarisaki, a 4th year student of Engineering at the Technological Educational Institute of Crete, is the first exchange student to come to HIT from Greece with the Erasmus + program which enables students to study in higher...

Prof. Eduard Yakubov. President of HIT said at the meeting that he is appreciative and deeply respects the continuous contribution of the Druze sector to the country of Israel. He said that he is personally committed to the making higher...

Have you ever played snooker – a game arranged on an elongated, billiard-shaped table? In a recent paper, published in the prestigious Physical Review Letters and highlighted as an "Editor's Suggestion" on the journal website, Prof. Eugene Kanzieper and collaborators – Dr. Roman Riser and Dr. Vladimir Osipov – deal with the billiards, albeit quantum rather than classical.


Dr. Erez Simony, from the Faculty of Engineering and Dr. Michael Kroyter from the Faculty of Sciences have received large grants from the Israel Science Foundation (ISF) for the next 4 years.