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Dr. Amir Handelman, a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Electric and Electronics Engineering and Head of the AI in Optics, Medicine, and Materials Lab, is an expert in organic photonics and artificial intelligence. Two of his latest innovations have secured him the Israeli Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology research grants in the “Unique Groundbreaking Applied Research” category.

Lakes, streams, and rivers are integral to the urban environment and contribute significantly to it. Freshwater bodies such as these serve as water sources, points of leisure and relaxation, and corridors that connect fragmented natural areas while improving the sustainability of cities. 

Research is the lifeblood of any academic institution. At HIT, it is a major focus and one which is prioritized across all faculties.

Over 200 participants filled the auditorium at HIT - Holon Institute of Technology, in one of the most interesting, innovative, and relevant conferences held this year.

A bold new exhibition demonstrates that letters are only part of the Olivetti package

Congratulations to Dr. Alex Laikhtman from the faculty of Sciences on his appointment as Associate Professor

Cooperation in Digital Medical Technologies and special projects on Water System Management, are just some of the topics discussed during the official visit of H.E. Samuel N. Thuita, Ambassador of Republic of Kenya to Israel.

Nine students graduate from a unique B.Sc. degree completion program in Computer Science.

HIT honored Ilan Rubin and family for their generous support of scholarships over the years.

HIT participants in a unique course devised a real-life training system for Academic Coordinators at HIT– the “Water Tap” system – which deploys methods of formal and informal field research (based on the proverbial expression ‘hanging around the water cooler’).