News From 2022

Samuel Neaman Institute is a partner in the Personal and Community Security Index in mixed cities

01 February, 2022

Dr. Nohad Ali, a senior researcher at Samuel Neaman Institute, launched this month The Survey of Personal Security in Arab Society in the Mixed Cities, with the participation of the mayor of Haifa and the Abraham Initiatives, the index is intended to provide a conjectiveness regarding violence in Arab society.

Will Israel health world join the 4.0 community?

01 February, 2022

Giora Shalgi, a senior researcher at the Center for Industrial Excellence at the Samuel Neaman Institute, is expanding the activities of community 4.0 to the health field. This education concept will advance companies and organizations into the current technological age and enable streamlining in the fields of health as well.

Who will lead the academic committee of the Ort Braude conference?

01 February, 2022

Prof. Ron Kenett, a senior researcher at the Samuel Neaman Institute, leads the academic committee of the Ort Braude Conference: "Digital Coordination as an Advanced Platform for Quality Management". The conference will be held in hybrid format on 14.6.2022 with lecturers from Israel and abroad.

The Samuel Neaman Institute and the Technion together on Innovation Stamp in the Manufacturing Industry

01 February, 2022

Dr. Gilad Fortuna, from the Industrial Excellence Group at the Samuel Neaman Institute, is leading a project in manufacturing industry with the Technion to lead innovation in Israel's industries.

The Samuel Neaman Institute will lead 6 information units to the Ministry of Education

05 January, 2022

The Samuel Neaman Institute will prepare for the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Education 6 units of information aimed at presenting decision makers in the Ministry of Education's headquarters units with up-to-date research knowledge on various issues that are on the education system's agenda, after winning following a published call. The purpose of the units is to provide a research knowledge infrastructure that is necessary for understanding processes relating to the areas of the education system. The first topic received is: "Does differential reward affect the quality of teacher teaching?"

"The Winners and Losers of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Israel and France": Samuel Neaman Institute Leads New Research

05 January, 2022

The proposal of Dr. Eran Leck, a senior researcher at the Samuel Neaman Institute, "The winners and losers of the covid-19 pandemic in Israel and France: an assessment of the long-term effects of the crisis on the welfare and best of the population", submitted under the Israel-France bi-national programs, was funded by the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology. The study is carried out in collaboration with the Paris Political Science Institute – Sciences Po. The research team includes Dr. Yael Albo and Dr. Eran Zaidis of Western Galilee College. The purpose of the study is to model and predict the factors related to objective and subjective well-being of the Israeli and French populations in the stages of the end of the pandemic and recovery from it, using integrated panel data based on probability and digital trace data.

Dr. Reuven Gal will serve as a member of the team to examine the IDF service model

05 January, 2022

Dr. Reuven Gal, a senior researcher at the Samuel Neaman Institute, will serve as a member of the expert committee that will accompany the IDF’s staff work project to examine the IDF's mandatory service model. In this framework, the report on the IDF recruitment model: Alternatives and Innovations, published at the Samuel Neaman Institute, will serve as the work of the IDF's headquarters.

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