Omer Ben-Porat received the prestigious J.P. Morgan PhD Fellowship 2019
Congrats! Omer Ben-Porat received the prestigious J.P. Morgan PhD Fellowship 2019, given to PhD candidates around the world. The fellowship, awarded to 14 students this year, is given to students with an exceptional research in AI, machine learning, data privacy, cryptography, and ethics in computing.
Omer, a PhD student in… Read More
Chillag award to DR. Sharon Tal Itzkovitch
Dr. Sharon Tal-Itzkovitch was awarded the David Chillag Prize for Excellence in Teaching. The prize was given to Sharon for her exceptional achievements in training tomorrow's industrial leaders.Read More
Noemi Balouka a PhD candidate wins PMS best article prize
PMS conference, the main project management and scheduling community event, takes place every two years---this year in Rome.
Noemi Balouka a PhD candidate from the faculty won the best paper competition – First Prize Winner.
Her presentation (and the others as well), A Robust Optimization Model for the Multi-mode Resource-Constrained Project… Read More
Assistant Professor Shoham Sabach won the Cooper prize
Assistant Professor Shoham Sabach won the 2018 prestigious Cooper prize for research excellence.
Nadav Hallak, PhD candidate, won the Jacobs award.
Nadav Hallak, PhD candidate, won the prestigious Jacobs award for excellent published academic paper.
Nadav's paper studies algorithms and optimality conditions in problems in which the objective function is the sum of a continuous function and a penalty function on the number of non-zero elements (sparsity), over a constrained set. The… Read More
Assistant Professor Yakov Babichenko awarded the distinguished Krill Prize
Rotem Dror recipient of the Google PhD Fellowships for 2018
What is Social Choice Theory - New book of Dr. Reshef Meir
Social choice theory deals with aggregating the preferences of multiple individuals regarding several available alternatives, a situation colloquially known as voting . In his new book, Reshef Meir overviews recent and classic research on two fundamental questions: First, under… Read More
Prof. Avigdor Gal wins a Test of Time Award
Prof. Avigdor Gal wins a Test of Time Award at the Distributed and Event Based Systems (DEBS) 2018 conference for the paper “Complex Event Processing over Uncertain Data”, co-authored with Segev Wasserkrug, Opher Etzion, and Yulia Turchin (all students and researchers associated with our faculty).
The DEBS announcement:
June 2018:… Read More