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Prof. Dr. Dr. Castulus Kolo met on campus with representatives of HIT’s senior leadership and faculty.

Dr. Rotem Israel-Fishelson, an academic member of the Faculty of Instructional Technologies at HIT and BA alumna with distinction from the same Faculty has embarked on her post-doctorate at the University of Maryland’s highly acclaimed School of Education.  

Yad Vashem’s "Designing Memory" competition was held for the 13th year, and this year, the winner was HIT design student May Nitzan. 

Ferroelectricity—the spontaneous polarization of a material that can be reversed by the application of an external electrical field—is among the most preferred strategies to achieve the coveted property of memory in electronic devices. 

Camera! Roll! Action! Why do students avoid turning on their cameras in online lessons

Vaccine effectiveness is usually measured in terms of protection from infection, clinical disease, or death. However, this definition overlooks an important aspect: risk of transmission.

New EU Ideation Grant addresses challenges of 4th industrial revolution.

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.