Igor M. Verner is an Associate Professor and Head of the Center for Robotics and Digital Technology Education at the Department of Education in Science and Technology, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. His secondary affiliation is at the Technion's Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management. He was included in the Book in Commemoration of 100 Most Prominent Scientists who have immigrated to Israel and absorbed in 1989-2009. Dr. Verner published over one hundred peer-reviewed papers, guest-edited a number of special issues of archival journals, and serves on the board of the International Journal of Engineering Education and International Journal of Robotics, Education and Art. His activities at the FIEM focus on research and development of practices in the Laboratory of Computer-Integrated Manufacturing & Robotics.
D. Pack, R. Avanzato, D. Ahlgren, and I. Verner (2004): "Fire-Fighting Mobile Robotics and Interdisciplinary Design – Comparative Perspectives", IEEE Transaction on Education, 47(3), 369-376.
I. Verner (2004): "Robot Manipulations: A Synergy of Visualization, Computation and Action for Spatial Instruction", International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 9(2), 213-234.
I. Verner, and D. Ahlgren (2005): "Robot Contest as a Laboratory for Experiential Engineering Education", ACM's Journal on Educational Resources in Computing (JERIC). Special Issue on Robotics in Undergraduate Education, Part 1, 4(2), 2-28.
I. Verner, and E. Korchnoy (2006): "Experiential Learning through Designing Robots and Motion Behaviors: A Multi-tiered Approach", International Journal of Engineering Education. Special Issue “Trends in Robotics Education”, 22(4), 758-765.
I. Verner, and D. Ahlgren (2007): “Robot Projects and Competitions as Education Design Experiments”, Intelligent Automation and Soft Computing, Special Issue “Global Look at Robotics Education”, 13(1), 57-68.
E. Korchnoy, and I. Verner (2008): "Characteristics of Learning Computer-Controlled Mechanisms by Teachers and Students in a Common Laboratory Environment", International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 20(2), 217-237.
I. Verner, and L. Revzin (2010): "Automation of Manual Operations in a High School Chemistry Laboratory: Development and Implementation", Chemical Educator, 15, 141–145.
I. Verner and L. Revzin (2011): “Characteristics and Educational Advantages of Laboratory Automation in High School Chemistry”. Special Focus Paper. International Journal of Online Engineering, 7(S1), 44-49.
I. Verner, A. Polishuk, Y. Klein, D. Cuperman, R. Mir, and I. Wertheim (2012): “Robotics Education through a Learning Excellence Program in a Science Museum”, International Journal of Engineering Education, 28(3), 523–533.
I. Verner, A. Polishuk, Y. Klein, D. Cuperman, and R. Mir (2012): "Robotics Education in a Science Museum: Challenges, Pathways and Performances", International Journal of Robotics, Education and Art, 2(1), 30-37.
D. Ahlgren, and I. Verner (2013): “Socially Responsible Engineering Education through Assistive Robotics Projects: The RoboWaiter Competition”, International Journal of Social Robotics, 5(1), 127-138.
D. Cuperman, and I. Verner (2013): “Learning through Creating Robotic Models of Biological Systems”, International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 23(4), 849-866.
I. Verner, K. Massarwe, and D. Bshouty (2013): “Constructs of Engagement Emerging in an Ethnomathematically-Based Teacher Education Course”, Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 32(3), 494–507.