Call for Papers 2020
Call for policy papers for the Yuval Ne’eman Workshop for Science, Technology and Security
Yuval Ne’eman Workshop for Science, Technology and Security is an independent think tank established in 2002 by Prof. (Res. Major-General) Isaac Ben-Israel in conjunction with Tel Aviv University’s Harold Hartog School of Policy and Government and the Security Studies Program. Commemorating Yuval Ne’eman - Israeli theoretical physicist, the founder of Israel's space program and Minister of Science - the Workshop researches the intersection of science, technology and security.
The Workshop expands its authorship and seeks original, timely, and policy-relevant analyses to continue shaping public and policy debates. The intersection of Science, Technology and Security include, inter alia, theory and applications of
- Cyber and digital space
- Space exploration
- Artificial Intelligence
- Quantum Computing
- Medicine and Life Sciences
- Nuclear and unconventional weapons
- Theory and practice of Intelligence Services
- Guided weapons and missiles
- Robotics and autonomy.
Since 2002, Yuval Ne’eman Workshop has engaged policymakers, experts, and the public with over one hundred large conferences in Tel Aviv University and policy papers. Offering fact-based analysis, original policy options and substantiated recommendations, our policy monographs have gained a following in the defence and civilian policy circles as well as in the industry and within research communities.
The Yuval Ne’eman Workshop will consider original and exclusive submissions. Please structure your monograph as follows: executive summary; background, problem statement, analysis, key findings; conclusions and policy recommendations. References should be limited in number; illustrations are welcome.
The Yuval Ne’eman Workshop will publish the selected submissions as policy monographs and disseminate these to policymakers.
Submissions must be original and should not be drawn substantially from previously published works of the author, nor should it be simultaneously submitted to any other publication. Contributors should use the Chicago 16th footnote as a referencing style.
- Format: Word documents (.docx)
- 5,000 words
- Time New Roman, font size 12
- Space between lines: 1.5
- Text justified.
All submissions will undergo editorial screening.
Authors will be notified within 3 weeks from submission.
The Workshop reserves the right not to publish any submission.
For submissions and inquiries, please email: