Rafi Nave is the general manager of the Technion’s Bronica Entrepreneurship Center.
He is a graduate of the Technion Electrical Engineering faculty [BSC – 1974, MSc – 1977].
He was one of the first 4 employees of Intel-Israel where he worked for 21 years, including 5 years as the General Manager.
Rafi led the team that developed the Intel 8087, Math co-processor for the first IBM PC and inspired the Math processors and LAN controllers families development.
Rafi served as VP R&D of NDS [ now Cisco-Israel ] and Given Imaging [ now – Medtronic Israel ].
He was CTO and VP Customer-Services at Tower Semiconductor.
He was the Bible champion of the IDF [ in 1970 ] and a recipient of the Rothschild Prize by the President of Israel.