Engineering Israel’s Future
The world might look a little different were it not for electrical engineers from Tel Aviv University. Inventions by TAU electrical engineering students and alumni have contributed substantially to Israel’s security and economy, which generates $19 billion per year from engineering-related exports alone.
The School of Electrical Engineering is the largest of its kind in Israel and one of the 100 top science schools in the world according to The Times. The School’s expert researchers have made seminal contributions to scientific understanding, technological progress and the industrial and economic development of Israel. With such an impressive track record, it is no surprise that government agencies, the Israel Defense Forces, security contractors and international corporations see the School as their preferred R&D partner and recruitment source. Now, with an anticipated shortage of thousands of electrical engineers in Israel in the coming decade, the School serves as a strategic national resource. As such, it urgently requires funds to upgrade and renovate its labs, promote more innovative research, build on its educational programs, and reward its most talented students with scholarships.
Giving opportunities in engineering will be particularly attractive to donors interested in bolstering Israel’s innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem.
Naming Opportunities – Electrical Engineering
• School of Electrical Engineering
• Samueli Engineering and Health Research Fund: FUNDED
• Samueli Engineering Building: FUNDED
• Samueli Building Subunits: Available upon request
• Zimin Institute for Engineering Solutions Advancing Better Lives: FUNDED
• Center for Light-Matter Interaction
• Undergraduate Honors Program in Engineering
• Electrical Engineering Scholarship Fund
To support or receive more information about one of these projects, please contact your local TAU Friends Association or TAU’s Development and Public Affairs Division at +972-3-640-8249 or email@example.com.