Member of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
Before joining Ben-Gurion University I was a post-doctoral researcher at the at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Toronto, hosted by Prof. Allan Borodin. I did my PhD. at the School of Computer Science and Engineering of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem under the supervision of Prof. Jeff Rosenschein, working in the field of multi-agent systems, particularly on computational social choice, auction theory, and networks. Earlier, I completed an MSc. in mathematics (supervised by Prof. Sergiu Hart), and an MBA (majoring in finance and business strategy).
PhD. Thesis: Agent Modeling of Human Interaction: Stability, Dynamics and Cooperation. [thesis]
In November 2012 I gave a talk at Microsoft Research UK on some of my work (up to then). [video]
iOS app of a Siddur (Jewish prayer book), which contains various features, attempting to use the computational environment for a better siddur. [SiddurApp]