The 8th Israel Strategy Conference

Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University
20-22 December, 2020

Location

Tel Aviv University

Date

20-22 December, 2020

Submission opens

1 April, 2020

Submission deadline

1 June, 2020

About / conference overview and organization

The Israel Strategy Conference (ISC) is a voluntary initiative, not affiliated with any institution, aimed at promoting academic excellence and advancing the field of strategic management in Israel. Towards this end, ISC invites highly prestigious keynote speakers, subjects paper proposal submissions to a very strict double-blind review process, and offers the prestigious ISC Best Paper Award which carries a $1,000 cash value.

ISC provides an opportunity for scholars to exchange ideas and advance their research in strategic management and related fields such as entrepreneurship and international business. ISC is held every two years and is hosted by different Israeli universities on a rotating basis.

ISC was founded by Niron Hashai, Dovev Lavie, and Ithai Stern, with the help and advice of Avi Meshulach, Zur Shapira, and the late Avi Fiegenbaum. The first conference was held December 2007 in Jerusalem, with more than a hundred participants from all over the world. Over the years, the conference has grown to over 160 attendees. We hope that the upcoming conference in Haifa and the ones to follow will continue to draw a growing number of participants.

ISC offers a variety of opportunities to get involved, including special session organizers, keynote speakers, panelists, presenters, discussants, volunteers, and sponsors.

Email us at info@isc.org.il for more information about these opportunities.

Shiko Ben-Menahem

Uriel Stettner

Niron Hashai

Gabriel Szulanski

Ithai Stern

Zur Shapira

Dovev Lavie

Sharon Klein-Raz

Conference Information / the 8th Israel Strategy Conference

  • 1 April, 2020: Submission and registration opens.
  • 1 June, 2020: Submission deadline.
  • 1 July, 2020: Application deadline Doctoral Consortium
  • Mid July, 2020: Notices to authors indicating whether the proposed paper has been selected for inclusion in the conference program, and whether it has been accepted to a paper session or an interactive session.
  • 15 August, 2020: Registration deadline for presenting authors.
  • 1 November, 2020:
    • Deadline for authors of paper sessions to submit an updated abstract and the full-length paper
    • Deadline for authors of poster sessions to submit an updated short abstract.
  • 20-22 December, 2020: Israel Strategy Conference, Haifa
  • 20 December, 2020: ISC Doctoral Consortium

Select paper proposals which receive the highest assessment in the review process will be nominated as finalists for the ISC Best Paper Award. The finalists will be asked to submit a full paper for an additional blind-review process by a distinguished panel. The selected winner(s) of the Fiegenbaum Best Paper Award will receive a plaque and a $1,000 cash prize. The winning paper will be announced in the concluding session of ISC.

Congratulations on your acceptance to the ISC 2020 Paper Session Program! Below please find some guidelines for preparing your presentation.

We want to encourage individual paper presentations and entire sessions to be interesting, stimulating, and engaging. You will have about 15 minutes to present your paper. Your presentation will be followed by a short discussion by a discussant, and a Q&A with the audience. Towards the end of the 75 minutes session, the discussant will spend additional time integrating the papers and offering suggestions for improvement and development.

The standard meeting room will include a computer, an LCD projector with a screen, a flip chart, and markers. Please prepare your presentation using PowerPoint and bring your presentation file on a USB stick.

Please arrive at your session’s meeting room at least 10 minutes before the session begins. Take time to familiarize yourself with the room set-up. The discussant or one of the organizers will help you upload your presentation to the computer.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the organizing committee.

The objective of this “Research Bazaar” is to benefit from the advantages of traditional poster and interactive sessions while avoiding their disadvantages. Traditional poster sessions offer participants an opportunity to visually present their research in a clear and concise way, but limit their ability to present their research verbally in a formal manner. Interactive sessions, on the other hand, offer participants an opportunity to discuss their research, but suffer from the lack of visual aids. The Research Bazaar session will provide you the opportunity to both visually present your research, using a poster, and the time and place to discuss your research with others.

To that end, accepted proposals have been grouped by topic. Each group of presenters has been reserved a designated a room where posters will be displayed and presentations will be given, with the coordination of an assigned facilitator. You have about 5 minutes to present your work. After all presenters have completed their formal presentations, in the remaining time, you will have the opportunity to informally discuss your work with the audience and with other presenters.  With only 5 minutes per presentation, please use this limited time to talk about the following items:

  • The paper’s research question and why it is interesting.
  • The paper’s main premise and hypotheses.
  • The research setting.
  • The paper’s main findings and conclusions.

Please update the submission system with your abstract of up to 1000 characters by November 1st, 2017. This abstract will be included in the ISC Abstracts document and distributed to conference participants.

 

Points to consider when preparing your presentation:

  • We want to encourage papers and presentations to be interesting, stimulating, and engaging.
  • Please arrive at your session’s meeting area at least 10 minutes before the session begins. Hang your poster and take time to familiarize yourself with the set-up. The facilitator or one of the organizers will help you hang your poster if needed.

 

Points to consider when designing your poster:

  • The standard poster size is A0: 1189mm x 841mm, 46.82 inches x 33.11 inches.
  • Divide the contents of your poster into appropriate sections. For instance, title, author, affiliation, research question, methodology, data, results, and conclusions.
  • Posters should be readable from a distance of at least two meters. Use font size 16 or larger. You may also want to bring hand-outs for the audience. This can be especially helpful for figures and information presented in tabular form.
  • Be concise with your written material. Save elaborative points for discussion/interaction with other presenters.  For conclusions, focus on a central finding that lends itself to informal discussion.
  • Use graphs, charts and/or tables (color if possible) to show results. Graphics help make your poster interesting.
  • A neutral poster or matte board is more amenable to the eye than a bright colored background. A splash of color here and there, perhaps highlighting central finding(s) or provocative results, will make your poster “stand out” from the crowd.
  • A mailing tube or portfolio case is recommended for transporting your poster.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact the organizing committee.

Conference Information / the 8th Israel Strategy Conference

  • 1 April, 2020: Submission and registration opens.
  • 1 June, 2020: Submission deadline.
  • 1 July, 2020: Application deadline Doctoral Consortium
  • Mid July, 2020: Notices to authors indicating whether the proposed paper has been selected for inclusion in the conference program, and whether it has been accepted to a paper session or an interactive session.
  • 15 August, 2020: Registration deadline for presenting authors.
  • 1 November, 2020:
    • Deadline for authors of paper sessions to submit an updated abstract and the full-length paper
    • Deadline for authors of poster sessions to submit an updated short abstract.
  • 20-22 December, 2020: Israel Strategy Conference, Haifa
  • 20 December, 2020: ISC Doctoral Consortium

Select paper proposals which receive the highest assessment in the review process will be nominated as finalists for the ISC Best Paper Award. The finalists will be asked to submit a full paper for an additional blind-review process by a distinguished panel. The selected winner(s) of the Fiegenbaum Best Paper Award will receive a plaque and a $1,000 cash prize. The winning paper will be announced in the concluding session of ISC.

Keynote Speakers / distinguished scholars speaking at ISC 2020

Rebecca Henderson

Bruce Kogut

Russ Coff

Rebecca Henderson is the John and Natty McArthur University Professor at Harvard University, where she has a joint appointment at the Harvard Business School in the General Management and Strategy units. Professor Henderson is also a research fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Her work explores how organizations respond to large-scale technological shifts, most recently in regard to energy and the environment. She teaches Reimagining Capitalism in the MBA Program.

From 1998 to 2009, Professor Henderson was the Eastman Kodak Professor of Management at the Sloan School of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she ran the strategy group and taught courses in strategy, technology strategy, and sustainability. She received an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from MIT and a doctorate in business economics from Harvard.

Professor Henderson sits on the boards of Amgen and of IDEXX Laboratories, and she has worked with both members of the Fortune 100 and small, technology-orientated start-ups. She was retained by the U.S. Department of Justice in connection with the remedies phase of the Microsoft trial, and in 2001 she was named Teacher of the Year at the Sloan School. Her work has been published in a range of scholarly journals including Administrative Science Quarterly, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Strategic Management Journal, Management Science, Research Policy, The RAND Journal of Economics, and Organization Science.

Her most recent publication is Leading Sustainable Change: An Organizational Perspective, edited jointly with Ranjay Gulati and Michael Tushman, and published by the Oxford University Press.

Bruce Kogut is the Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia Business School. He teaches courses on Governance and on Governance on Ethics. He has taught in executive programs in the US, Europe, and China.

His current research focuses on governance and corporate compensation, social capital markets and social metrics , and the ‘political color of boards,’ financed by the National Science Foundation in the area of sociology and computational social science. In cooperation with IFMR in Chennai, colleagues and he have completed a study on the prosocial attitudes of employees and incentives on the productivity of microfinance institutions. His research has 70,000 Google citations and has been published in leading journals in economics, management, sociology, and computer science.

His most recent book is The Small Worlds of Corporate Governance, published by MIT Press in 2012. A collection of his past articles on real options and foreign investment and knowledge of the firm was published by Oxford University Press in 2008 under the title Knowledge, Options, and Institutions.
He has been a member of the academic advisory board to the chief economist of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and is or has been a director in corporate and academic boards in Europe, Russia, and India. He received his PhD from the MIT Sloan School of Management and holds an honorary doctorate from the Stockholm School of Economics. He has been an academic visitor at several research institutes, including Science Center Berlin (where he was the Karl Deutsch Professor), Ecole Polytechnique, Santa Fe Institute, and Tsinghua University.

He directed the strategy and emerging-economy research centers and was the associate vice dean for the PhD program at Wharton and was the founder of the social entrepreneurship program at INSEAD. At Columbia University, he collaborated with Cambridge University to co-direct the Ariane de Rothschild Fellows Program that identified and trained social entrepreneurs with an interest in fostering a culture of mutual respect and dialogue among Jewish and Muslim communities.

In 2012-2013, he was a fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study in Berlin and is currently a member of its external board.

Russ Coff is the Thomas J. Falk Distinguished Chair in Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research explores the role of human assets in innovation, creativity, and, ultimately in competitive advantage. For example, he studies management dilemmas associated with human capital including: 1) the management of strategic investments in knowledge-based assets under great uncertainty 2) appropriating value (rent) from competitive advantages, 3) creativity & innovation under conditions of asymmetric information and uncertainty, and 4) how buyers cope in mergers and acquisitions that involve human assets. Coff received his Ph.D. from UCLA and has previously been a faculty member at Emory and Washington Universities.

Russ has served the research community through his participation on a variety of editorial boards including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, and Strategic Organization (where he was a Co-Editor). He also chaired the Business Policy and Strategic Division of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Human Capital Interest Group of the Strategic Management Society. He is a Past President of the Strategic Management Society.

Doctoral Consortium

ISC will be holding its annual Doctoral Consortium on Sunday, 20 December, 2020 from 9AM to 4PM. The world of research is all about communicating with a community of scholars with overlapping interests. Doctoral consortia are most valuable in providing an intimate setting for a cohort of doctoral students to get to know each other and meet senior scholars in the field. The ISC Doctoral Consortium aims to offer such a setting for Ph.D. students interested in conducting cutting-edge research in strategy and related areas.

The consortium is organized by Adam Kleinbaum (Dartmouth) and Annamaria Conti (University of Lausanne) and features an international panel of senior faculty members.

The Consortium is comprised of three components:

  1. Current and future themes in Strategy: panelists will present their views of emerging “hot” topics in the general management field, and students will be invited to suggest ideas and jointly speculate how they may play in the wider audience of strategy research.
  2. Getting published in top journals: a panel discussions aimed at conveying to students some proven techniques of (1) framing research questions, (2) research design, (3) packaging, (4) dealing with editors and reviewers.
  3. Thesis Development workshop: a select group of doctoral students will have an opportunity to present their research and receive guidance and commentary from senior faculty. Selection for this workshop is highly competitive. Students admitted to this program will receive a 50% discount on the ISC registration fee (the doctoral consortium will be offered at no charge to all attending students).

Annamaria Conti (HEC Lausanne)

Adam Kleinbaum (Dartmouth)

Doctoral students in the proposal/dissertation stage will have the opportunity to present their research and receive feedback in a thesis development workshop. Students attending the doctoral consortium must register to the Israel Strategy Conference (ISC). Only electronic applications will be considered. Student discount rates apply. An additional 50% discount will be offered to students presenting their research at the Thesis Development workshop.

Admission preference will be given to students whose research is at the dissertation proposal stage. Doctoral students who do not wish to present their research at the thesis development workshop are still invited to apply and attend the doctoral consortium. Only those students wishing to present their research will be required to submit an abstract and a nomination letter. The dissertation should be sufficiently developed to allow for a clear presentation of the theory and research design, but leave significant room for revision based on comments received at the consortium. A nomination letter by a faculty member relating to the state of the applicant’s dissertation research is required as part of the application process.

To apply, please complete the application form below and upload the following documents:

– A Curriculum Vitae.

Students applying to the Thesis Development workshop should also submit:

– A brief abstract of your dissertation research. The abstract should be no longer than two pages of text and one page of references (adhering to the ISC proposal submission guidelines).

– A signed nomination letter from a supervising faculty member attesting that the student is in good standing and referring to the progress of the applicant’s dissertation research.

All of the documents should be integrated in one file (.pdf or .doc).

The application deadline for students wishing to present their work is 1 July, 2020.

The application deadline for students wishing to attend without presentation is 1 November, 2020.

If you have questions regarding the doctoral consortium, please contact Adam Kleinbaum (adam.m.kleinbaum@tuck.dartmouth.edu)

Doctoral Consortium

ISC will be holding its annual Doctoral Consortium on Sunday, 20 December, 2020 from 9AM to 4PM. The world of research is all about communicating with a community of scholars with overlapping interests. Doctoral consortia are most valuable in providing an intimate setting for a cohort of doctoral students to get to know each other and meet senior scholars in the field. The ISC Doctoral Consortium aims to offer such a setting for Ph.D. students interested in conducting cutting-edge research in strategy and related areas.

The consortium is organized by Adam Kleinbaum (Dartmouth) and Annamaria Conti (University of Lausanne) and features an international panel of senior faculty members.

The Consortium is comprised of three components:

  1. Current and future themes in Strategy: panelists will present their views of emerging “hot” topics in the general management field, and students will be invited to suggest ideas and jointly speculate how they may play in the wider audience of strategy research.
  2. Getting published in top journals: a panel discussions aimed at conveying to students some proven techniques of (1) framing research questions, (2) research design, (3) packaging, (4) dealing with editors and reviewers.
  3. Thesis Development workshop: a select group of doctoral students will have an opportunity to present their research and receive guidance and commentary from senior faculty. Selection for this workshop is highly competitive. Students admitted to this program will receive a 50% discount on the ISC registration fee (the doctoral consortium will be offered at no charge to all attending students).

Annamaria Conti (HEC Lausanne)

Adam Kleinbaum (Dartmouth)

Doctoral students in the proposal/dissertation stage will have the opportunity to present their research and receive feedback in a thesis development workshop. Students attending the doctoral consortium must register to the Israel Strategy Conference (ISC). Only electronic applications will be considered. Student discount rates apply. An additional 50% discount will be offered to students presenting their research at the Thesis Development workshop.

Admission preference will be given to students whose research is at the dissertation proposal stage. Doctoral students who do not wish to present their research at the thesis development workshop are still invited to apply and attend the doctoral consortium. Only those students wishing to present their research will be required to submit an abstract and a nomination letter. The dissertation should be sufficiently developed to allow for a clear presentation of the theory and research design, but leave significant room for revision based on comments received at the consortium. A nomination letter by a faculty member relating to the state of the applicant’s dissertation research is required as part of the application process.

To apply, please complete the application form below and upload the following documents:

– A Curriculum Vitae.

Students applying to the Thesis Development workshop should also submit:

– A brief abstract of your dissertation research. The abstract should be no longer than two pages of text and one page of references (adhering to the ISC proposal submission guidelines).

– A signed nomination letter from a supervising faculty member attesting that the student is in good standing and referring to the progress of the applicant’s dissertation research.

All of the documents should be integrated in one file (.pdf or .doc).

The application deadline for students wishing to present their work is 1 July, 2020.

The application deadline for students wishing to attend without presentation is 1 November, 2020.

If you have questions regarding the doctoral consortium, please contact Adam Kleinbaum (adam.m.kleinbaum@tuck.dartmouth.edu)

Conference Location / Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University

The 8th Israel Strategy Conference will be held at Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.  Tel Aviv University (TAU) – Israel’s largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning – is home to over 30,000 students studying in nine faculties and over 125 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and the arts.

Situated in Israel’s cultural, financial and technological capital, TAU shares Tel Aviv’s unshakable spirit of openness and innovation – and boasts a campus life as dynamic and pluralistic as the metropolis itself. Tel Aviv the city and Tel Aviv the university are one and the same – a thriving Mediterranean center of diversity and discovery.

Consistently ranked in the top 20 in the world in terms of scientific citations and among the top 100 universities internationally, Tel Aviv University is also Israel’s first choice for students, and its graduates are the most sought after by Israeli companies. Global in outlook and impact, TAU advances teaching and research that break down the walls between disciplines, striving to address the twenty-first century’s most pressing challenges through bold, interdisciplinary solutions.

 

Tel Aviv is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Titled the ‘Mediterranean Capital of Cool’ by the New York Times, this is a 24 hour city with a unique pulse, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a world-class nightlife, a buzzing cultural scene, incredible food, UNESCO recognized architecture, and an international outlook.

For more information about Tel Aviv

Attendees are responsible for making their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

Attendees of ISC can benefit from special rates at the following hotels:
(Shuttle services will be available from these hotels to the Technion)

Dan Carmel Haifa

As the first exclusive hotel in the City of Haifa, The Dan Carmel’s perfectly placed mountain top location allows for panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea with a breathtaking backdrop. Overlooking Haifa Bay and the Galil & Golan Landscapes, the sheer magnificence is simply overwhelming.
The Dan Carmel’s recently refurbished rooms and suites are all designed with classic and elegant tones, complete with modern accessories and luxurious comforts, as expected in the best hotels in the world. Extra-Large bathrooms designed for indulgence and 42-Inch LED screens with multimedia outlets enable you to relax and unwind after a rigorous day of touring or work.
Dan Carmel’s stylish lobby and public areas are a perfect place to gather ones thoughts, and the large swimming pool, hidden between the all trees of the luscious gardens, create an enchanting relaxation zone, enabling one to reconnect and re-energize.

Rate per night on bed & breakfast basis:

Deluxe Sea View – 200$

Supplement for double room: 45$ per room per night.

Special Benefits for conference guests:

  • Free entrance to business lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi internet

Reservations at Dan Carmel

 

Dan Panorama Haifa

The Dan Panorama Hotel, rising twenty-one stories high on Mount Carmel, offers you a choice of spectacular views: one side commands a splendid panorama of the city of Haifa, Mount Carmel and the sea. Another vantage point presents the huge curve of Haifa Bay and the endless stretches of Israel’s beautiful Mediterranean coastline. The only Haifa hotel that’s a city landmark, the Dan Panorama Hotel is contemporary in style with spacious public areas and guest rooms featuring floor to ceiling windows. The hotel also adjoins the city’s upscale Panorama Mall that houses fine boutiques, elegant cafes and entertainment venues. Close by are the outdoor coffee bars and stores of the bustling Carmel Center, a favorite gathering place for visitors and locals. Designed for the young at heart, the informal, easy-going ambiance of this Haifa hotel invites you to relax and feel at home.

Rate per night on bed & breakfast basis:

Superior Room – 140$

Supplement for double room: 20$ per room per night.

Special Benefits for conference guests:

  • Free entrance to business lounge
  • Free Wi-Fi internet

Reservations at Dan Panorama

 

Haifa Bay View Hotel

The new Haifa Bay View Hotel is located at the top of Mount Carmel overlooking the spectacular view of Haifa Bay. It features 109 sea-facing guestrooms and suites ideal for vacations as well as business accommodation.

Hotel guests are welcomed by a unique, energetic entrance complex featuring an open lobby, restaurants and a bar. Relaxing lounge areas combine chic and comfort to provide a contemporary working environment and at the same time a recreational setting for social gathering or a culinary treat. The lobby offers a variety of menus throughout the day: Chinese menu, Dairy menu and a wine and alcohol menu.

Bayview Haifa Hotel offers the ideal location near the Carmel tourist sites, within walking distance from the entertainment center, including coffee shops, shops, the Carmelit (the sole underground in Israel), Louis Promenade – from which you can enter and explore the wonders of the Bahai Gardens, the Zoo and Botanical Gardens, the Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, art galleries and museums, and a short drive from the University of Haifa and the Technion.

Rate per night on bed & breakfast basis:

Single Standard Room – 115$

Single Deluxe Room – 145$

Supplement for double room: 30$ per room per night.

Supplement for Dinner: 40$ per meal, per person, per day.

Special Benefits for conference guests:

  • Daily newspaper upon request
  • Free Wi-Fi internet

Download Haifa Bay View Hotel reservation form

Please e-mail your completed reservation form to: inc6@hiil.co.il

December in Haifa is an amazing opportunity to experience co-existence, harmony, and beautiful neighborhoods in the time of “the holiday of the holidays”.

We will enjoy the views of beautiful Haifa from the Loui promenade, and walk to the spectacular Bahai gardens. The route continues along the German colony with its Hannuka and Christmas lights.

After the tour, we will continue for a fun night out at a unique dining site located at the heart of the Carmel Mountain. Dinner will be followed by a live music show by the ‘Ritalin Band‘ with top-notch musicians and a rich repertoire of different music styles. It will be a great party!

Price USD 100 per participant / companion

Register for the social event.

 

Day 1: December 18th 2017 – Tour to Akko and Rosh Hanikra
09:00-16:00. Price: USD 130 per person

The Mediterranean shore provides and outstanding view with a rich history.

We will travel back in time to the Crusaders and Ottomans era and visit underground Akko and the Turkish bath. We will drive along the sea to the Northern point of Western Israel–Rosh Hanikra, where we will enjoy the beautiful setting of ice caves and the waves. Lunch is included.

Register for this day trip.

    

Day 2: December 19th 2017 – Tour to Caesarea, Tel Aviv and Jaffa
08:30-17:30. Price: USD 115 per person

Throughout history, many empires have tried to conquer Israel due to its strategic location. We will meet Herod the Great and his magnificent port city of Caesarea, capital of Judea under the Romans. See the excavations of the crusader city and the Roman port, aqueduct and the ancient theater. We continue our drive South along the shore all to way to Jaffa–with its history dating back to early antiquity. We will end the day in Sarona Market, a commercial area in a former 19th Century German colony, which today is a lively gastronomic hotspot.

Register for this day trip.

  

Conference Location / Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University

The 8th Israel Strategy Conference will be held at Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel.  Tel Aviv University (TAU) – Israel’s largest and most comprehensive institution of higher learning – is home to over 30,000 students studying in nine faculties and over 125 schools and departments across the spectrum of sciences, humanities and the arts.

Situated in Israel’s cultural, financial and technological capital, TAU shares Tel Aviv’s unshakable spirit of openness and innovation – and boasts a campus life as dynamic and pluralistic as the metropolis itself. Tel Aviv the city and Tel Aviv the university are one and the same – a thriving Mediterranean center of diversity and discovery.

Consistently ranked in the top 20 in the world in terms of scientific citations and among the top 100 universities internationally, Tel Aviv University is also Israel’s first choice for students, and its graduates are the most sought after by Israeli companies. Global in outlook and impact, TAU advances teaching and research that break down the walls between disciplines, striving to address the twenty-first century’s most pressing challenges through bold, interdisciplinary solutions.

 

Tel Aviv is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Titled the ‘Mediterranean Capital of Cool’ by the New York Times, this is a 24 hour city with a unique pulse, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a world-class nightlife, a buzzing cultural scene, incredible food, UNESCO recognized architecture, and an international outlook.

For more information about Tel Aviv

Conference Sponsors

Past Conferences

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2007

Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv, 2008

Ben Gurion University, Be’er Scheva , 2009

Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, 2010

Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv, 2012

Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2015

Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, 2017

Contact Us

For questions, please contact us by e-mail: info@isc.org.il