The Emet Prize is awarded to poet and translator Sh. Shifra for her monumental private enterprise of promoting ancient culture through lyrical works, linking between the here and now of Israeli culture and the roots of the ancient Semitic space.
The EMET Prize is awarded to Prof. Sarit Kraus for her expertise in the field of artificial intelligence, her significant contribution to the field of autonomous agents and for her studies in the field of multiagent systems
The Emet Prize is awarded to Prof. David Shulman for his wide-ranging studies in the cultures and traditions of India and for his research, including fieldwork, aimed at shedding light on the languages, rituals, theater and music of southern India.
The EMET Prize is awarded to Prof. David Harel for his studies on a wide variety of topics within computer science, for his results that are at the forefront of scientific research and for his achievements that have become a standard and working tools in many industries around the world.
The EMET Prize is awarded to Prof. Moussa Youdim for his achievements in the field of neurological studies and his studies of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, leading to the development of drugs for the treatment of these severe diseases.