Inventing Technologies that Empower People

Our research fields include Assistive Technologies, Tangible User Interfaces, Social Robotics, and Learning Technologies.

Our Research Projects

Our Teaching Projects

Announcing the opening of a new and unique M.A. degree in Human-Technology Interaction (HCI)

A first-of its-kind in Israel and similar to leading programs in top universities in the US and Europe, M.A. in HCI is a transformative degree, providing students the methodologies and skills required to lead user-centered products in technology companies, interactive experiences in design companies, and cutting-edge research in academic and industry innovation labs.

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GMBA tours the world

GMBA students met with entrepreneurs, managers, and businessmen and visited many startups

A BA in Communications can jump-start your career in the Hi-tech industry

Interested in succeeding as entrepreneurs or working for companies such as Google? The Communications School alumni at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya shared how their studies paved the way for a challenging and fulfilling career

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The Process of Rapid Prototyping

What Makes miLAB Unique?

miLAB students work in interdisciplinary project teams including interactive media, computer science and psychology majors. This combination enables teams to deal with complex challenges from different angles.

miLAB focuses on the future of technology. At the same time, the outcomes of our projects are real, working prototypes.

miLAB focuses on the relationship between digital technology and physical interaction, and keeps the human aspect at the core of the innovation process.

miLAB has a dedicated group of mentors who work with our project teams on a regular basis. These mentors are industry leaders who share in our vision and provide an important industry perspective.

miLAB encourages an open, informal, highly collaborative environment within the lab, and in our contacts with industry sponsors. We follow a shared IP philosophy to enable open ended collaboration and development.

Many of miLAB’s research projects address current social issues and the use of technology to promote social or personal change.

Our Alumni