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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 education accessible to every Israeli citizen who wishes to study, and this commitment is listed on Hit's strategic plan.

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.

Gloria and Wilson Abudi are old friends of the Institute and make sure to donate each year scholarships to students participating in the "Academia Plus" program.

The German Ambassador in Israel, Dr. Clemens von Goetze visited HIT for the first time. The Ambassador was accompanied by the Head of Labour and social affairs Mrs. Martina Wichmann-Bruche.

The memorandum of understanding was signed during the visit of Prof. Eduard Yakubov, President of HIT and Dr. Refael Barkan, Head of the R&D and External Affairs authority to Latvia.

The Faculty of Sciences hosted "Industrial Day"- a special event in order to increase activity in industrial mathematics across Europe. This is part of the MI-NET, Mathematics for Industry Network is a COST Action funded project (TD 1409) activities.

Prof. Ashoke Sen from India and Prof. Barton Zwiebach from MIT are among the distinguished speakers who had arrived at HIT for the SFT@HIT conference.

Israel's new ambassador to Brazil, Mr. Yossi Shelly visited HIT, accompanied by his wife, Dina, and Mr. Joseph Givon from the Friends of HIT.

As traditional part of the graduation ceremony, a Lifetime Achievement Award and Honorary Degrees were bestowed on key figures in Israeli academy and society.