Roey Tzezana, PhD.
Dr. Roey Tzezana has a PhD in Nanotechnology from the Technion, and is a Futures researcher in Yuval Ne’eman Workshop for Science, Technology & Security at Tel Aviv University. His research deals mainly with analysis of emerging and disruptive technologies and forecasting their impact on the society and the individual. His studies have been conducted in collaboration and for private companies, government ministries, the Israeli police force and the European Union.
Dr. Tzezana is a graduate of the Singularity University’s Executives course, and is currently serving as an X-Prize Vanguard member in Israel. He’s the academic director of several courses about the future and foresight, both in the Hebrew University, Technion and private organizations. He’s often interviewed in the TV and radio about the future and emerging technologies and developments. His book “Guide to the Future” has recently been published in a crowdfunding project that has garnered large success. The book has become a bestseller, been published in four editions and is currently being translated into other languages.
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Arod is an LLM candidate at the Tel-Aviv University's Faculty of Law and a research assistant in the fields of Data Protection, International Law and Jurisprudence.
Arod is also the co-founder and chairman of the executive committee of "Chachamim Ba'Lila", a non-profit organization that operates the WIZE project, dedicated to changing Israel's nightlife, orgranizing science & technology talks in bars & pubs across Israel. 3 years in existence, WIZE has organized more than 200 lectures in over 9 different cities across Israel.
Ori is programmer and a system administrator on several platforms.
He has studied at the Technion Program Engineering, and volunteers at the OpenTechSchool Tel Aviv as a Python Tutor. His work on computerized crime forecasting has been presented in international conferences dealing with future technology assessments, cyber-crime and storytelling.