Sami Shamoon College of Engineering (Israel)

Sami Shamoon College of Engineering (Israel)

The Shamoon College of Engineering is the largest college in Israel dedicated to engineering. It was established in 1995, in accordance with a national mission of expanding accessibility to higher education, which became a cornerstone of the college's mission. Originally located in Beer-Sheva, it was further expanded in 2002 with the establishment of an additional campus in Ashdod, transforming the college into the first multi-campus college in the country. It currently has 6 departments: Industrial Engineering and Management, Software Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical and electronic Engineering. In the spirit of academic excellence, the college has a number of research centers that successfully work in close cooperation with industry and have attained national recognition. In addition to which, the college has invested heavily in advanced lab facilities as a means of further enhancing research and teaching abilities. Three departments are involved in the BIOART project: Electrical Engineering (whose expertise lies in signal and image processing and electronics), Chemical Engineering (which provides its expertise in the field of biomaterials), and Mechanical Engineering (which has a good experience in the fields of robotics and 3D printing). The faculty involved in BioArt has a long lasting history in international collaborations, and in collaborations with the industry world. They take an active part in the development of new courses in Machine Learning, Biomaterials and 3D printing, and their practical inclusion in the existing curricula.

Title (Prof/Dr.) Name E-mail
Prof. Amir Eliezer
Dr. Guy Ben Hamu
Dr. Kfir Ben Harush
Dr. Michal Goldenberg
Dr. Tom Trigano
Dr. Irit Juwiler
Prof. Adi Wolfson
Ms. Maggie Guberman