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  • Gained Experience, Gave to the Community

    Gained Experience, Gave to the Community

    A platform that aggregates accessible services, a universal remote that you can operate using only your fingertips, and another one operated by pressure: these are the winners of the hackathon, held last month at the Faculty of Engineering

  • The wonders of the nervous system: Prof. Orit Shefi will study the neural skeletal system under daily conditions

    The wonders of the nervous system: Prof. Orit Shefi will study the neural skeletal system under daily conditions

    How can our skeletal system move continuously, year after year, without fading and wearing out? This question is explored by Prof. Orit Shefi and her research group, which recently received the HFSP Human Frontiers Research Grant.
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  • Engineers for a Night

    Engineers for a Night

    During the June 6th all-night hackathon, a collaboration between the Faculty of Engineering and Milbat Tel Hashomer, and sponsored by Intel, participants will have the opportunity to initiate, design, and develop products that improve the lives of people with disabilities
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  • Our Guy at SPIE

    Our Guy at SPIE

    How do you organize a large convention during Covid times? Prof. Dror Fixler initiated and created a unique platform for the annual SPIE Photonics West international conference, which earned him a special honor

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  • Meet Dr. Mor Weiss

    Meet Dr. Mor Weiss

    She specializes in Cryptography, zero-knowledge, and secure computation in the RAM model; she teaches the first-year course “Set Theory and Logic”, and is on the hunt for Masters’s students who love to solve mathematical riddles.

  • Machino and The Godfather

    Machino and The Godfather

    Prof. Zvi Lotker’s recently published book, Analyzing Narratives in Social Networks, takes a fascinating look into movie plots through computerized mathematical analysis. Enjoy this preview – an analysis of The Godfather trilogy in which Machino provides an unexpected perspective of the films.

  • Nano particles for cancer research

    Nano particles for cancer research

    Doctoral student Chen Tzror-Azankot of Prof. Rachela Popovtzer’s is conducting research that allows to clearly distinguish between tumors and inflammation and has significant implications on the ability to diagnose – and later treat – cancer.

  • I decided to pick up the gauntlet”

    I decided to pick up the gauntlet”

    Avraham Raviv couldn’t find any Hebrew materials on Machine Learning and Deep Learning – so he decided to create them on his own. His book is in its late writing stages, and the chapters are available online for free.

  • עכשיו בפקולטה להנדסה: למידה היברידית

    Now at the Faculty of Engineering: Hybrid Learning

    After a pilot in semester A, the Faculty of Engineering has fully transitioned into hybrid learning and allows students to choose whether to study from campus or home

  • Run with us

    Run with us

    Meet EngineeRUN, the Faculty of Engineering’s running club. Running meets are currently held twice a week and include laps around the campus, but club founders Dr. Itamar Levi and Prof. Adam Teman have bigger plans in mind.

    Do you want to run with us? Join the WhatsApp group

  • New at the Faculty of Engineering: Industrial Engineering and Information Systems

    New at the Faculty of Engineering: Industrial Engineering and Information Systems

    This one-of-a-kind program inherently combines information systems and industrial engineering, data and AI, and aspects of economics and behavioral science.

  • Prof. Sharon Gannot and colleagues are developing an advanced hearing aid

    Prof. Sharon Gannot and colleagues are developing an advanced hearing aid

    A Bar Ilan project funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology combines experts in the field of signal processing, neuroscience, and deep learning, in an attempt to construct an advanced hearing aid that could focus hearing according to the attention requested by the brain.

  • The Faculty of Engineering Represented at the ICLR 2021

    The Faculty of Engineering Represented at the ICLR 2021

    The ICLR 2021 (International Conference on Learning Representations) is one of three leading conferences in the world of computational learning. To be held this May, the conference will feature two projects from the Faculty of Engineering, conducted by students co-guided by the Faculty’s own Dr. Ethan Fetaya, and Prof. Gal Chechik of the Leslie and Susan Gonda (Goldschmied) Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center. This is an important achievement, considering that only 860 of the 3,000 applications were accepted.

  • Scientific breakthrough: revolutionary RNA molecule mapping technology

    Scientific breakthrough: revolutionary RNA molecule mapping technology

    The technology, developed by the Faculty of Engineering’s Dr. Shahar Alon in collaboration with experts from MIT and Harvard, enables the comprehensive characterization of tissues from complex diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer’s

  • Eli Cohen’s secret quantum language

    Eli Cohen’s secret quantum language

    Eli Cohen’s group joined a new consortium involved in creating a secret code using quantum devices. This code will enable users to transmit secret information in free space and fiber-based networks. His teammates are going to play the bad guys…