: JUVAL PORTUGALICV
 :  Education:
 1963 - 1967 B.A in Archaeology and History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
 
1968 - 1970 M.A studies in Urban and Regional Studies at the Faculty of Architecture - The Technion, Haifa.
 
1971 - 1976 Ph.D at the department of geography of the London School of Economics and Political Science.
 
Title of Doctoral dissertation: The Effect of Nationalism on the Settlement Pattern of Israel. Thesis' supervisor: Professor D. R. Diamond, L. S. E.
 
Academic and Professional Experience:
 1968 - 1969 Researcher at the Technion Institute for Research and Development, on "The modernization of traditional Arab villages.
 
1969 - 1970 Planner at the Jerusalem Town Center Planning Team.
 
1971 - 1972 Planner at the Town Planning Department of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London.
 
1974 Researcher at the Institute of Archaeology of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on the Yoqne'am Regional Project and the West Jezreel Valley Survey.
 
1977 - 1979 Planning advisor for the Arab sector at the Planning Authority of the Ministry of Interior, Jerusalem.
 
1979 - 1981 Research Associate and Lecturer on spatial analysis and regional archaeology at the department of anthropology of the University of California, Berkeley.
 
1981 Lecturer in social geography at the department of geography, Tel Aviv University.
 
1986 Senior Lecturer in social geography at the department of geography, Tel Aviv University.
 
1988 Academic Visitor, Department of Geography, London School of Economics and Political Sciences. Visiting Lecturer, Department of Geography, The University of Calgary. Visiting Lecturer, Department of Archaeology and Ethnography, Keio University, Tokyo.

1989 (November) Associate Professor of social geography at the department of Geography, Tel Aviv University.

1990-1995 Head of the Department of Geography, Tel-Aviv  University.

1995 Head of the Graduate Program for Environment and Society.

1995 (November) Full Professor of social geography at the department of Geography, Tel Aviv University.

1997-2001 Member of the Steering Committee, Tel-Aviv University

2000-2003 Head of the colloquium committee, Faculty of Humanities, Tel-Aviv University

Since 2001, Head and Director of the ESLab (Environmental Simulation Laboratory), Tel-Aviv University

2009 Visiting Professor, Department of Urbanism, Technical Univesity Delft 

Editorial Boards
Spatial Cognition and Computation, Kluwer Academic Publishers
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, Pion Press
Geography and Philosophy, Sage Press
Geoforum (1982-1997), Pergamon Press