Professor Raphi Rom, immediate past Vice President for Resource Development and External Relations, will be speaking about latest initiatives by the Technion to maintain its position as one of the world's leading scientific and technological universities. He will be the guest speaker at the TSA Einstein Supper following the AGM on 28 March 2012 (see 'Events' to book).
These include the impact of winning its 3rd Nobel Prize in seven years, the new high tech graduate campus in New York and new linkages being forged with the world's leading high tech companies.
Professor Rom has ust completed a three year term as Vice President after a distinguished career in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering which included the development of 12 patents in computer networking and distributed systems. He has served in a number of national and international positions and worked at the world's leading universities and companies. His work has included being a member of the team that developed the first mobile wireless computer network.
This event launches the TSA's celebrations of the 100th anniversary of the cornerstone laying for the first Technion campus building in 1912. Watch this space for further news!