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Students of engineering and applied mathematics dive in to the world of research and tackle real health issues in the practical world of digital medicine.

Ironically, Israel’s speedy and effective response to COVID-19 provides a rare opportunity to bring our scientists home. An Opinion Editorial by Prof. Eduard Yakubov, President of HIT 

2021 Graduate Exhibition of the Faculty of Design HIT Holon Institute of Technology

HIT congratulates Dr. Heftsi Ragones from The Faculty of Electric and Electronics Engineering and The Department of Digital Medical Technologies for receiving the prestigious award by the United States - Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF), on her research proposal.

To further advance HIT’s efforts to extend its global network to the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf countries, Dr. Nader Salti, a renowned medical figure on the Dubai health scene, together with Israeli businessman Yoram Raviv, visited campus today.

HIT joins the small prestigious circle of institutions certified by the Ministry of Transportation and Road Safety to establish an automotive laboratory which will inspect and test vehicles, approve transport products and oversite of local manufacturers.

A final project culminating 3-year undergraduate degree in Instructional Technologies helps train pre-teens in practical management skills.

These awards are the reflection of their deep investment, hard work, efforts, and excellence in research. HIT supports its researchers and continuously invests in its research infrastructures.

Eight projects reached the final stage and will receive financial support as a result of the Open Call by the FUTURE Investment Fund, established by HIT’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center.  Two of the projects were ranked 1st and 3rd in the national competition organized by the Council for Higher Education (CHE) which included 52 projects submitted by 18 different academic institutions. 

HIT’s fourth new study program approved by the CHE in record time. The Council for Higher Education (CHE) approved a new Master's degree program with thesis (MSc) in Technology Management, a welcome addition to the highly regarded graduate program in Technology Management, which already offers an MSc without thesis.