Congratulations to Our BSc Graduates!
July, 12, 2018
Congratulations to all of our graduates! A full gallery of pictures is available here >>
Congratulations to all of our graduates! A full gallery of pictures is available here >>
בני הזוג ענת וכפיר לב-ארי, קיבלו בשבוע שעבר יחד את תוארי הדוקטור על המחקרים שערכו בפקולטה להנדסת חשמל ע”ש ויטרבי בטכניון. ענת השלימה תואר ראשון ושני בפקולטה למתמטיקה בנושא סטטיסטיקה וחקר ביצועים, ואת הדוקטורט עשתה בהנחיית פרופ’ רמי אתר בנושא בקרה ואופטימיזציה של מערכות תורים. כפיר השלים תואר ראשון בפקולטה למדעי המחשב (הנדסת תוכנה). לאחר
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Congratulations to Prof. Guy Gilboa for the publication of his new book titled “Nonlinear Eigenproblems in Image Processing and Computer Vision”, published in Springer’s series on Advances in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. The book has now appeared online: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319758466 A hardcover will be available soon.
The Israel Young Professionals Affinity Group was awarded with the IEEE Region 8 Young Professionals Outstanding Affinity Group Award for 2018. The Israeli group was established in 2016 by Aleksey Dyskin, a PhD student in our department, who serves as its Chair and is the driving force behind its activities. Its goal and vision is
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בוגרי תואר ראשון מצטיינים מכל האוניברסיטאות, אתם מוזמנים לערב פתוח לתואר שני ושלישי בפקולטה להנדסת חשמל בטכניון ניפגש ביום ב’ 16.4.18 בשעה 17:30 לפרטים נוספים >> להרשמה >>
Ph.D. Student Mark Sheinin wins the 2017 Jacobs Prize awarded annually by the Technion Graduate School for outstanding publication. Congratulations to Mark Sheinin!
The Norman Seiden Technion Excellence Prize awarded to Professor Levi Schächter (in the category of full professors). The award acknowledges, in particular, Levy’s research achievements in the subject of charged particle acceleration. Congratulations to Professor Levi Schächter!
Heba Abbud of Shefar’am began her studies at the Technion at the age of 16 because high school bored her. In the middle of 9th grade, Heba Abbud approached her math teacher to inform him that she had finished learning all of the material for the five-unit matriculation exam. After confirming that this was indeed the
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Eight Haifa bars will host leading Technion researchers on Tuesday, March 20, 2018 at 20:00 Flexible aircrafts, artificial intelligence, human-machine interfaces, computer vision, urban planning as an instrument for social change, communication between bacteria, innovative diagnostic methods, and a new look at chemistry studies: eight female researchers from Technion will hold scientific lectures on various
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Forbes Israel Magazine publishes annually a list of top promising young people under the age of 30. This group, which includes 60 young people, is part of an international group of Forbes Magazine and includes several hundred young people from around the world who may be future leaders of the world in the coming decades.
Read more about The Forbes Magazine has chosen Adi Hanuka as one of the promising 30 under 30
Last week, the Technion held a scholarship ceremony for outstanding students in computer science and electrical engineering. The ceremony was attended by the Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science, Prof. Dan Geiger, Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Prof. Nahum Simkin, Vice President of DELL EMC and Director of the Excellence Center in
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Congratulations to Ms. Chen Cohen for her second place in the Jacobson Scholarship Program! The panel of judges wrote: “A work that combines a number of areas in an original way to shed light on an important problem is explained in an interesting and clear manner, despite its complexity.” Congratulations to Chen and Yaniv Korman
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We are pleased to announce that Dr. Lior Tzabari (Levy) has won the “Zilag” Prize for the year 2007. The prize is awarded to excelling adjunct faculty for their outstanding teaching and significant contribution to academic education. Lior has been a lecturer in the field of Electronic Switching Circuits, and has been awarded six times
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הרשמו עכשיו לסמסטר אביב 2018! בואו ללמוד במוסד הטכנולוגי המוביל בישראל, בפקולטה בעלת שם בינלאומי עם יותר מ-15,000 בוגרים המהווים את חוד החנית של תעשיית ההייטק! ההרשמה לסמסטר אביב בעיצומה. לפרטים נוספים>>
Prof. Yonina Eldar of the Viterbi Faculty of Electrical Engineering was recently elected to the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. In an inspiring interview with Yaron London, she talks about her research at the Technion and her tiny ultrasound transducer, which may replace the large and expensive ultrasound devices. Watch the video>>
Prof. Anat Levin has been awarded the Blavatnik Award in the area of Physiccal Sciences and Engineering. The award – established by the Blavatnik Family Foundation, the New York Academy of Sciences and the Israel Science Foundation – honors exceptional young scientists and engineers. The award has been given to Anat “for ground-breaking contributions to
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Technion’s Award for Excellence in Teaching: Prof. Isaac Keslassy (Discrete Mathematics for Electrical Engineering) Dr. Lior Tzabari (Structure of Operating Systems) Excellence in Teaching Award Prof. Yoav Schechner (Image Processing and Analysis) Dani Voitsechov (Structure of Operating Systems) The outstanding lecturers were chosen from all the Technion lecturers according to the
Read more about Four lecturers in our department won outstanding teaching awards for last semester
We are happy to announce the appointment of Dr. Ori Rottenstreich in the Faculty of Computer Science and Faculty of Electrical Engineering (a TCE Appointment – Joint Academic Appointment between Electrical Engineering and Computer Science) starting October 2018. Ori has pursued his doctorate in our faculty and returned from a post-doctoral post in Princeton. His
Read more about Dr. Ori Rottenstreich will start his appointment in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at October 2018
This is a short book that is based on lecture notes of a course, that has the same title as the book (formerly, “Statistical Physics, Fluctuations and Noise” – 046242), which I have developed and taught since year 2013. The idea is to deliver elementary concepts in statistical physics in a way which is better oriented to
Read more about Prof. Neri Merhav published his book “Statistical Physics for Electrical Engineering”
The paper “Computational Imaging on the Electric Grid” co-authored by our PhD student Mark Sheinin and his advisor Prof. Yoav Schechner, and Prof. Kiriakos Kutulakos (Univ. of Toronto) received the Best Student Paper Award from CVPR 2017. Congratulations to Mark, Yoav and Kiriakos.
Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky has been awarded a Starting ERC grant for his research on “Real-PIM-System”112
Congratulations to Fellowships and Award Winning Students. Three students have recently won notable PhD scholarships, starting the next academic year: Or Yair, supervised by Prof. Ronen Talmon, won the Adams fellowship; Tom Zahavy, supervised by Prof. Shie Mannor, won the Azrieli fellowship; and Gal Dalal, also supervised by Prof. Shie Mannor, won the IBM fellowship.
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We are happy to announce that Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky and his research collaborator have been awarded the Prof. Pazy Memorial Research Award, given annually to “the most outstanding an original BSF supported project in mathematical and computer sciences”. Congratulations to Shahar on this remarkable achievement!
We are happy to announce that Yonina was elected as a member of The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. Yonina received the B.Sc. degree in Physics in 1995 and the B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1996 both from Tel-Aviv University (TAU), Tel-Aviv, Israel, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
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Adi Hanuka has received the Alfred and Yehuda Weisman Prize and the Muriel & David Jacknow Award for her work as TA in the past two semesters. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Ido, who has been awarded the Azrieli Fellowship! Ido who is joining us next semester, has been awarded the prestigious Azrieli Fellowship, provided to new faculty in Israeli universities. The Azrieli Foundation seeks to promote the development of research leadership in the State of Israel. To this end, the Azrieli Faculty Fellowships are
Read more about Dr. Ido Kaminer awarded Azrieli Fellowship
The IEEE Richard W. Hamming Medal is presented annually to up to three persons, for outstanding achievements in information sciences, information systems and information technology. The recipients receive a gold medal, together with a replica in bronze, a certificate and an honorarium. Congratulations to Shlomo!!
The 7th Annual Henry Taub TCE Conference Coding for Storage and Information Systems: Toward a Coded Information Technology Future Celebrating 50 Years of the Viterbi Algorithm June 21-22, 2017 Computer Science, Taub Building, Technion, Haifa http://tce.technion.ac.il/tce-conferences/tce-conference-2017-program/
Distinguished Professor Jacob Ziv has been awarded the EMET Prize for 2017 in the area of Exact Sciences (http://en.emetprize.org/). The Emet Prize for Art, Science and Culture is an Israeli prize awarded annually for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far-reaching influence and make a significant contribution to society. Prizes are awarded in
Read more about Distinguished Professor Emeritus Jacob Ziv awarded EMET Prize
June 2017: A Technion student team including students from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering was awarded 3rd place in the Student Unmanned Arial Systems (SUAS2017) competition which took place in Maryland, USA. This is the fourth time in a row that Technion students are placed among the five leading teams in the competition, this year
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ביום שישי האחרון, 28.4, זכתה קבוצת סטודנטים מהפקולטה במקום הראשון בהאקתון הסטודנטים הגדול בארץ, HackIDC , אשר נערך במרכז הבינתחומי, בהשתתפות 55 קבוצות סטודנטים. הצוות הזוכה: ענבל בן יהודה אמיר ליבנה כרמל רבינוביץ נדב אליהו עודד לזר (מהפקולטה לתעו”נ) הסטודנטים פיתחו והציגו מערכת של צמיד חכם המיועד לכנסים אשר מאפשר החלפת פרטים אלקטרוניים בין המשתתפים
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Dr. Marina Alterman and Prof. Yoav Schechner won The Fumio Okano Best Paper Award on their work “3D in Natural Random Refractive Distortions”. The award, given in Apr/2017, is for a paper they published and presented in the SPIE Conference: Three Dimensional Imaging, Visualization and Display 2016. Details of the work are in the linked research
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Congratulations to Prof. Tomer Michaeli, who has been awarded the prestigious Alon Fellowship! The prestigious Alon Fellowship, named after the late Yigal Alon, is awarded to excellent young faculty members by the committee for planning and funding in the Israeli Council for Higher Education. Tomer’s research focuses on Image Processing, Computer Vision, Signal Processing and
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ברכות לצוות משותף מהפקולטה לאווירונאוטיקה וחלל והפקולטה להנדסת חשמל בטכניון, על זכייה במקום השני בתחרות סטודנטים בינלאומית למערכות אוטונומיות מוטסות. התחרות כללה 55 צוותים מכל העולם. צוות הטכניון כלל 11 סטודנטים מאווירונאוטיקה בהנחיית דרור ארצי ו-5 סטודנטים מהנדסת חשמל בהנחיית הדוקטורנט עמית איידס (Aides). מדובר בתחרות שנערכה זו השנה ה-13 בחסות ארגון AUVSI. התחרות התקיימה
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The Paper “GPUrdma: GPU-side library for high performance net“, co-authored by M.Sc. students Feras Daoud and Amir Wated and their supervisor Prof. Mark Silberstein, has been selected the Best Paper Award at the International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers (ROSS). The workshop took place in Kyoto, Japan on June 3, 2016. Congratulations
Read more about M.Sc. Students Feras Daoud and Amir Wated and their Supervisor Prof. Mark Silberstein win the Best Paper Award at the International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers (ROSS)
The paper “Performance of Power-Limited Differential Power Processing Architectures in Mismatched PV Systems“, co-authored by Prof. Yoash Levron, has been awarded a Second Place Prize Paper Award for 2015 in the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. Congratulations to Yoash on his outstanding achievement!
Technology developed at the Technion may replace silicon chips in the world of electronics. The development is being published in the journal Nature Communications. Read more.
Prof. Guy Bartal has been awarded a research prize from the Alexander Goldberg Fund for 2016, for his achievements in research on MOS Super-Resolution Platform. The Alexander Goldbert Research Prize Fund, USA, is given for an outstanding research contributing directly, or indirectly, to Israel’s industry. An award of approximately US$3,000. Congratulations to Guy on his
Read more about Prof. Guy Bartal receives the Alexander Goldberg Research Prize for 2016
A team led by Prof. Yuval Yaish receives the “Best Poster Award” in “NT16 – The Seventeenth International Conference on the Science and Application of Nanotubes and Low Dimensional Materials” for their poster “Automated carbon nanotube based circuit fabrication and direct characterization of carbon nanotubes vibrations”. The team members are: Prof. Yuval Yaish, Gilad Zeevi,
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Congratulations to Prof. Guy Bartal, who has been awarded the Yanai Prize for Excellence in Academic Education for the academic year 2015-2016 and for his significant contribution to teaching and support of undergraduate students in our department. The Yanai Prize is awarded to outstanding faculty members from the Technion, in order to recognize a significant,
Read more about Prof. Guy Bartal receives the Yanai Prize for Excellence in Academic Education for the academic year 2015-2016