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Faculty Branding

In October 1969, more than 50 years ago, a department was established that soon evolved into the Technion's Faculty of Computer Science. Over the years, the faculty went through various changes, but it has always had a spark to it that rendered it revolutionary and innovative.

The faculty logo was created in 1998 by Professor Alfred Bruckstein, a faculty member, esteemed researcher, and artist. His design combined the Technion logo with a flame that forms the acronym for Computer Science Department. Other works by Professor Bruckstein may be viewed on his website.

The faculty has recently received a generous donation from our dear friends, Henry and Marilyn Taub, after whom it is currently named, and the faculty logo was redesigned and updated accordingly.

We have prepared some useful tools for you to incorporate the logo on your letterheads, digital signatures, business cards, presentations, and online platform backgrounds. For assistance, please contact us, and we would be delighted to help.

Official Logo

CS logo in English and Hebrew, with and without the Technion logo:

Personal Outlook signature

A personal signature featuring the faculty logo can be created in Outlook. Please note that the information contained in the signature is derived from data retrieved from the faculty computer system:

Faculty Letterhead

CS formal letterhead:

Business Card

Three examples of branded business cards in Hebrew and English are available here.

To produce a branded business card, please contact us at


Three PPT presentation templates with faculty branding, each containing a front page and slides, in Hebrew and English, and suitable fonts:

Backgrounds for Zoom Meetings

Technion Zoom users are offered designed backgrounds for associating, differentiating and uniqueness of your appearance:

Backgrounds for Online Events

Branded backgrounds for online events openings in Hebrew and in English: