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Hanoch Gutfreund

Former president of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and academic director of the Albert Einstein Archives.

Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; has held the Andre Aisenstadt Chair in theoretical physics since 1985. He has previously held various academic and administrative positions at the University – head of the Physics Institute, head of the Advanced Studies Institute, rector and president. He was among the initiators and founders of the Center for Neural Computation and is currently a member of the Center where he also teaches.<br /> <br /> Prof. Gutfreund is the director of the Einstein Center and is the University's appointee responsible for Albert Einstein's intellectual property; he heads the executive committee of the Israel Science Foundation and is the chairperson of the "Basha'ar – Academic Community for Israeli Society" association.<br /> <br /> Prof. Gutfreund received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics in 1966 from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.<br /> <br /> Web Sites: http://elsc.huji.ac.il/gutfreund/home

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