The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is the oldest and leading university in Israel and has been operating since 1925. The university has gained a great reputation in the scientific and academic world, which is supported by its position in various international rankings.
The University advocates excellence and offers a broad spectrum of fields of study and research - from the humanities, social sciences and the law to the natural sciences, life, agriculture, computers, engineering and medicine. and offers the largest number of BA degrees in Israel.
Innovation and entrepreneurship have always been intertwined as a significant component of the university. The University's excellence in both of these areas ensures a frequent transfer of knowledge from the forefront of science, technology and theoretical thinking to solving world problems.
The university has signed more than 41% of the new startups established in Israel on the basis of scientific research.
The University's Entrepreneurship Center incorporates the entrepreneurial activities of students and researchers and is a beating heart for innovation and academia.
The University promotes multidisciplinary collaborations in Israel and around the world, and bridges academic research and its application in leading society, industry and innovation. The groundbreaking research and science has led university researchers to win prestigious awards in Israel and around the world.
Today's world is changing fast. New areas of study, future research and thinking - these are the values the university strives for. At the Hebrew University, most areas of study can be studied in combination with another field of study. Each year, curricula are opened from various fields, designed not only to diversify and enrich students' education, but also to develop creative thinking, macro vision and refining analytics.
Online teaching is one channel through which to acquire the education and knowledge found at the university walls. The world of online courses is wide and opens more doors to academic knowledge and research.
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PhD student for Assyriology in the University of Würzburg. BA in Assyriology and Bible and MA in Assyriology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
A developer for 15 years and a teacher for 10, master's degree in Computer Science. One day, the university called and asked: "would you like to plan and produce an online course?"
"An on-what course? what 'line'?"
"And on what topic? Hello?"
So there it is: a course. And to cover all bases, it's linear, follows multiple lines of advancement, and full of one-liners.
פרופ’ שמואל שי
Faculty, Department of Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Political Science program (PEP), Hebrew University. Senior fellow, Van Leer Institute. Areas of expertise: Facet theory – development of behavioral science research paradigms, research on attitudes, cognitive skills, intelligence and creativity.
Prof. Itamar Gati
Faculty, Department of Psychology and School of Education, Hebrew University. Areas of expertise: academic and career guidance counseling, development of systems for supporting academic and career decision making and reduction of attrition in higher education.
Talya earned her B.A in International Relations and East asia. She is a MBA student specializing in strategy and entrepreneurship at the Hebrew University.
Talya is working in ASPER-HUJI innovate as accelerator coordinator and she is Israel Youth Delegate to the UN
Dr. Roy Schwartz
a senior lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Engineering at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Roy's research focuses on improving deep learning models for natural language processing, as well as making them more efficient, by gaining mathematical and linguistic understanding of these models. Prior to joining HUJI Roy was a postdoc (2016-2019) and then a research scientist (2019-2020) at the AllenNLP team at the Allen institute for AI and at the School of Computer Science and Engineering at The University of Washington. Roy completed his Ph.D. in 2016 at the School of Computer Science and Engineering at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Course Co-Creator at ASPER-HUJI Innovate, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
Sharon’s Specialties are Innovation & entrepreneurship, The high-tech ecosystem, and VC investments, Strategic thinking, Risk Analysis, and Nonprofits- social change. She’s Experienced in asset and corporate level financing and strategy across all sectors- private, social, and public (including fortune 500 companies). Sharon Has an MBA in Strategy and Finance from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem (Graduated magna cum-laude) and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. working on the topic of evaluating the potential of early stage startup founders’ teams
Executive Director at the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center of the Hebrew University Jerusalem.
Amnon Dekel, PhD
Amnon has a rare mixture of a Ph.D. in Computer Science, a MPS in Interactive Telecommunications, a MA in Cognitive Psychology, expertise in Human-computer Interaction, experience in Embedded computing, Visual Design, and Product Management. These milestones culminate into a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship for following-generation products and services. He served as the Head of the School of Software and Electrical Engineering at the Shenkar College of Engineering & Design in Israel. These days, Amnon is encouraging and teaching the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Prof. Serge Ruzer
Serge Ruzer obtained his PhD from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1996), where since then he has taught at the Department of Comparative Religion and the Rothberg International School, and was a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for the Study of Christianity. He has published extensively on two main research foci: the nascent Christianity in its Jewish contexts and the early Syriac Christianity in its interaction with rabbinic Judaism and Greek Christian tradition.
Dr. Michal Ramot
Prof. Michael Brandeis
Michael Brandeis Ph.D. is an associate professor at the Department of Genetics of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. He has been studying the cell cycle in his lab for more than 20 years and his most recent research interest focuses on the evolution of sex. Prof. Brandeis travels extensively in Africa and other parts of the world. Taking advantage of his expertise in photography and everything in nature he is producing innovative teaching materials. These materials serve to teach and to create awareness among his students and the public to central issues of evolution an