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Zehev Tadmor

Zehev Tadmor
Distinguished Prof. (Emeritus) Zehev Tadmor
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tadmor@sni.technion.ac.il

Zehev Tadmor is a Distinguished Professor of the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Department of Chemical Engineering, which he joined in 1968. He was the President of the Technion from 1990 – 1998

Grand Strategy For Israel

Grand Strategy For Israel

The Overarching Strategy Forum was established at the initiative of the former national security adviser to the Prime Minister and the head of the National Security Council, Prof. Uzi Arad.
UNESCO 2015:Science and Innovation in Israel

UNESCO 2015:Science and Innovation in Israel

לבקשת אונסקו מד”ר דפנה גץ, נכתב ע”י מוסד שמואל נאמן, פרק לגבי מדע, טכנולוגיה וחדשנות (STI) בישראל. הפרק התפרסם במסגרת דו”ח אונסקו 2015 UNESCO Science Report.
Public Funding of R&D: PREF

Public Funding of R&D: PREF

SNI is a partner of the PREF project, sponsored by the European Union (FP7).
Universities of The Future, Research and Science in Israel

Universities of The Future, Research and Science in Israel

The S. Neaman Institute is leading a movement for critical examination of the university of the future and higher education in Israel. In this context, in December 2004, the Institute sponsored an international scientific conference entitled "The Transition to a Mass Higher Education System - International Comparisons", in cooperation with the United States-Israel Educational Fund, which manages the Fulbright Program for student and faculty exchanges, and the ISEF Fund.
Conditions For The Prosperity Of The State Of Israel

Conditions For The Prosperity Of The State Of Israel

In 2004, the S. Neaman Institute established a research project to address the fundamental problems facing the State of Israel and the Jewish people. To that end, the Institute assembled a group of the country's top thinkers and researchers in different areas of expertise - philosophy, society, law, politics and technology
International Collaboration On Energy - Israel-New Jersey Cooperation

International Collaboration On Energy - Israel-New Jersey Cooperation

In 2006, The S. Neaman Institute was asked by the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC), to pinpoint Israeli companies which are capable of participating in solar energy tenders at NJ, Meadowlands.
National Infrastructure in Israel - 2028

National Infrastructure in Israel - 2028

This national strategic plan integrates economic and social factors designed to meet the following mission statement: The State of Israel will be among the world's ten to fifteen leading countries in terms of income per capita; it will strive for the good of all its citizens, their quality of life and the future of its young generation.
National Infrastructure in Israel for the Year 2048

National Infrastructure in Israel for the Year 2048

This is an ongoing project that deals with long-term planning on developing national infrastructures. Planning long-term infrastructure is of great importance for Israel for at least three reasons: the limited physical dimensions of the country; the continued relatively rapid demographic growth; and the long time required for planning and execution of infrastructure projects. Among the main goals of the research is to keep options open in the long-term, remove barriers that would prevent the construction of strategic facilities and networks, and a coordinated and optimized use of the limited areas of the country.
Industry is not a dirty word

Industry is not a dirty word

29 March, 2013
The new Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor, Naftali Bennett, is changing the name of the Ministry to the Ministry of Economy and Trade. It is not clear why Bennet is making this change but dropping the word “industry” runs contrary to current trends in the advanced western countries.
To Give

To Give

18 May, 2012
Unaccessible education

Unaccessible education

04 January, 2012
A smart time bomb

A smart time bomb

28 September, 2011
Toward the next Nobel?

Toward the next Nobel?

18 November, 2009