Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Prof. Yosef Ben Ezra, Dean &  Head of the Masters Department with a thesis
Dr. Amos Bardea, Head of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department

Dr. Boris Lembrikov, Head of the Masters Department without a thesis


The Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is committed to training Israel’s next generations of professional engineers, and providing them with state-of-the-art tools, best practices and knowledge to ensure smooth and professional assimilation into the industry and/or continue on to advanced studies. The Faculty aspires to find the optimal balance between industry and academic needs by nurturing creativity, embracing out-of-the-box thinking, developing leadership and encouraging an entrepreneurial mindset.


The Faculty prides itself on ensuring that its study programs and methods are responsive to the rapidly changing trends in the field, which is a direct function of market needs and an understanding of how technology will develop in the foreseeable future. This ensures a wide variety of new subjects and dynamic engagement with the industry.


To this end, the Faculty maintains meticulous standards of excellence in both fundamental courses as well as practical tools and skill-building which will serve them when entering the industry. Together with this, the Faculty encourages academic staff to participate in relevant basic and/or applied research, with the applied research being conducted in conjunction with industry players.

The Faculty has set itself ambitious goals, fulfilment of which will ensure its pre-eminence in the field. This includes:

Ongoing faculty development in all areas in order to promote research and teaching

Increased collaborations with academic institutions in Israel and around the world, which will open up the possibility of creating a Ph.D. program. This comes in the wake of approval already received to establish a M.Sc. program with a thesis.

Continually upgrading the physical infrastructure to ensure state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and research facilities.
Multidisciplinary cooperation among departments in the institution to create new study programs, grant proposals and research.

The Faculty offers B.Sc. and M.Sc. to degrees, which is both theoretical and practical in nature. In addition to the professional course work, the various programs teach skills in creative thinking and self-criticism intending to enhance unconventional thinking. Teamwork is highly encouraged throughout the teaching program and especially in labs. Specific Learning Outcomes are set for every course and are explicitly defined in the course syllabi.

Whether at the conclusion of the 4-year B.Sc program or the 2-year M.Sc. program, the Faculty’s graduates will have attained not only the professional knowledge required for their successful integration into key industry positions but also the foundations for research and discovery fortified by the hands-on approach and ‘learning by doing’ methodology provided by outstanding academic staff members.