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Green Ambassador’s Training Program thrives despite the Corona pandemic

Engineering alum projects provide innovative solutions for rapid transmission of data.

Between November 16th and December 17th 2020, HIT, in collaboration with the Hellenic Mediterranean University (HMU), Greece, ran the 1st International Soft Skills Academy for students. The idea was born last summer, after HIT's Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center – FutureHIT- had launched the Soft Skills Academy for Israeli students.

whose chapter in a book has proven to be very popular and was downloaded more than 1000 times - quite an achievement among the scientific community.

A decision-based system based on machine learning will be developed for the Whistling Desalination Plant by students from the Faculty of Science.

Multidisciplinary research conducted jointly in 2 HIT faculties, Engineering and Science, reveals that microstructures made of amino acids can be used as multifunctional bio-photonic devices and neuronal optical switches which provide new clinical possibilities for identifying and treating disease The study also provides novel approaches in signal processing to create effective micro-chips.

HIT holds initial talks with key institutions in historic Khorezm region.

Testimony to Excellence from the Council of Higher Education. On the eve of December 23rd, after only two years of probationary status, the Council of Higher Education (CHE) approved the B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management at HIT.

Prof. Michael Winokur’s new study for modeling complex systems proves that Aristotle got it right.

Lighting an eighth candle in memory of Macedonian Jewry at HIT