At the Technion, collaboration sparks global innovation.

ATS Marches at the Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City

ATS Supporters and Staff were showing their blue and white at the 2016 Celebrate Israel Parade, marching with an LED truck showcasing Technion Innovation. Watch the video here.


A Technion education helps develop the kind of people who start businesses, create jobs, boost the economy—and change the world.


The technological revolution of the last several decades has brought about amazing advances in the way we live our lives. But now we have to step up the game. The global science community is asking, “what new technology will further the path of unprecedented progress?” The answer lies in quantum technology.

The Technion

This incredible group of researchers, donors and alumni push the boundaries of science and technology further than most dare to dream because they share a common purpose. With mutual respect and affection and an eye on the goal, the Technion Community is able to work together harmoniously to make the world a better place.

Adi Hanuka

Featured Student

Growing up in the town of Nesher, adjacent to the Technion campus, Adi considers the Technion home. She earned her bachelor’s degree there, is on the accelerated track toward her doctorate, and has excelled at every step along the way. While an undergraduate, she worked on a medical device that is currently in clinical trials at an Israeli hospital. As a doctoral student, she focuses on optical medical accelerators. Adi also spearheaded an initiative to boost women’s confidence in the male-dominated area of electrical engineering.

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Janet Shatz Snyder

Featured Leader

In the relatively short time that Janet Shatz Snyder has been involved with the ATS Washington, D.C. Region, she has become a valued supporter — planning events, chairing committees and reviewing most marketing materials. Taking after her father, Paul, who is a devoted and highly respected ATS leader, Janet serves on both the local and national boards, is a graduate of the ATS 21st Century Leadership Development Program, chairs the SciTech Scholarship Committee, and is a member of the National Leadership Development Committee.

Jonathan Sohnis

Featured Alumnus

Jonathan Sohnis was clear about his life’s mission from the time he was a teenager. Graduating from the prestigious Brooklyn Technical High School, he applied to just one university — the Technion. He then used his Technion education to launch a successful business, and became an ardent ATS supporter. A former President of the ATS New York Metropolitan Region, Jonathan has received a Technion Honorary Fellowship and an Honorary Doctorate for his contributions and service on the local, national and international levels.