The Group
Professors 

David Schmeidler  
Professor (Emeritus) David Schmeidler obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from The Hebrew University in 1969. His research interests in recent years have dealt mainly with the informational aspects of decisions under uncertainty. His other research interests have included and include cooperative and non-cooperative games, functional analysis, decisions under uncertainty, and several topics in microeconomic theory, that include general equilibrium, implementation, social choice, welfare and justice. He has published papers in all these areas. Professor Schmeidler has been an invited speaker at plenary sessions of several international conferences and a member of editorial boards of several journals. 

Ehud Lehrer 
Professor Ehud Lehrer obtained his B.Sc. in Mathematics, Economics and Statistics in 1979, his M.Sc. in Mathematics in 1981 and his Ph.D. in Mathematics in 1987, all from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. After being a faculty member at Northwestern University he joined the department of Statistics and Operations Research at Tel-Aviv University in 1991 as an Alon fellow. He has also been supported by the NSF and the BSF. His research interests are diverse and include many aspects of one-shot and repeated cooperative and non-cooperative games. 

Eilon Solan  
Professor Eilon Solan obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem in 1998, and then joined Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He joined the department of Statistics and Operations Research at Tel-Aviv University in 2000. His research revolves around stochastic games, repeated games and the role of information is such games. His research also includes stochastic processes and Markovian decision problems. 

Eran Shmaya  
Dr. Eran Shmaya did his M.Sc. under the supervision of Professor Eilon Solan, 2000-2002 on "Two-player stopping games". He obtained his Ph.D. under the supervision of Professor Ehud Lehrer, 2002-2006, with his work regarding "Quantum probability and game theory", and then joined Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He rejoined the department of Statistics and Operations Research at Tel-Aviv University in 2013 along with his position at Kellogg.

Students 


Tao Wang
Tao Wang finished his Ph.D. in Economics from the Stony Brook University under the supervision of Professor Sandro Brusco, 2011-2017. Tao is currently a post-doctoral fellow in the game theory group. His research involves information, learning, and industrial organization.

Chang finished her Ph.D. in Economics from the Stony Brook University under the supervision of Professor Yair Tauman, 2011-2016. Chang is currently a post-doctoral fellow in the group. Her fields of interest are repeated games, inspection games, industrial organization.

Yevgeny received his B.Sc. in Physics and Electrical Engineering is 2008 from the Tel Aviv University and a B.Sc. in Mathematics in 2008 from the Open University. He received a M.Sc. in Physics under the supervision of Professor Tsevi Mazeh, dealing with exoplanets and triple stellar systems. Currenty he is a Ph.D. student under the supervision of Professor Ehud Lehrer. 

Avishay Weinbaum 
Avishay received his B.Sc. in Mathematics in 2015. He is currently a M.Sc.student under the supervision of Professor Eilon Solan. His main interests are Stochastic games, Markovian decision problems, probability and combinatorics.


Orin Munk 
Orin received his B.Sc in Mathematics and Computer Science in 2011. He is currently M.Sc. student under the supervision of Professor Eilon Solan. His main interests are Stochastic games and Repeated games..