Mina Teicher, is Prof. of Mathematics and Neural-computation, with international reputation in Algebraic geometry, Computer Vision, Cryptography and Cyber Security; Computational Neuroscience, Complex Systems and Mathematical Education.
Teicher is the former Chief scientist of Israel government and former Vice President for Research and Development of Bar-Ilan University. As Vice-President for Research, she was in charge of commercialization of patents and credited for establishing numerous spinoff companies. She raised the funds and established the biggest Brain Research Center in Israel.
Mina was also a co-chair of FETAG of the European Commission.
Currently she is the Director of Emmy Noether Research Institute - A Minerva center of the German Government in Bar-Ilan University, the chair of the Israel National Committee for International R&D, a Vice President and Founding member of the UNESCO Digital Campus for Complex Systems, member of Advisory Board of the Center for Advanced Study of Gottingen University in Germany and of the Brain Center in Abu Dhabi University in the UAE, Delegate of Israel to the International Mathematical Union. She advised to governments on Innovation schemes and sits on Advisory Boards of USA based startup companies in Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Cyber security.