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Electrical Engineering

Image Processing And Analysis
EE/CS This course is a fundamental course in digital image processing theory. During the course we explore the basic tools for processing and restoring of gray-level images. We discuss the basic aspects of lossless/lossy image compression and the use of neural networks and deep learning in image pattern classification.
Computer Science/ Electrical Engineering
Introduction to Machine Learning
Signal Processing, Artificial Intelligence and Control. Problems of Classification, Regression and Clustering. Neural Networks: Multi-Level Perceptrons and Radial Basis Functions. Approach, Hypothesis Spaces. Dimensionality Reduction Using Principal Components. Classification Using Support Vector Machines.
Computer Science
Advanced Topics in Quantum Information and Computing
The Course Addresses Updated Results and Current Research Directions in Quantum Information.
Architecture
Landscape and Environment
This involves an approach to planning the physical sphere, with an emphasis on its ecological, cultural and social aspects. This comes from a desire to create new spaces, as well as to preserve and rehabilitate existing spaces for people as individuals and as part of society; and overall concern for the environment.
Chemistry
Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Course will teach fundamentals of inorganic and organometallic chemistry and the impact on catalytic processes.
Education in Science and Technology
The Web as a Learning Environment
This course takes the students through a journey on how learning and instruction have evolved in the past two decades and the challenges facing education in the 21st century. In this course, students will be acquainted with state-of-the-art innovations in digital learning and advanced cloud-based pedagogy.
Humanities (Mandatory)
Introduction to Contemporary Israeli Society
This course seeks to unravel the complexity of the Israeli political, social, and cultural aspects and provide tools for understanding the uniqueness of Israeli society and peoples. Students will read and discuss issues such as religion and democracy; ethnicity and nationalism; cultural diversity; gender, media and popular culture. The course introduces Israel’s contemporary society through a holistic approach using lectures, films, and discussions.

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