I am broadly interested in Theoretical aspects of Computer Science. My research is focused on the Design and Analysis of Algorithms (especially, approximation and online algorithms), Combinatorial Optimization, and Algorithmic Game Theory, as well as on the interactions between these areas and other areas of computer science and economics. I am especially interested in studying real-life problems, that have practical importance, through a theoretical lens.
You can see the full list of my publications here.
My list of publications by DBLP is here.
In 2010, I completed my PhD at the Blavatnik School of Computer Science of Tel-Aviv University under the supervision of Yossi Azar and Oded Regev. I then joined Moshe Tennenholtz's Basic Research Group at Microsoft Research Israel as a Postdoctoral Researcher. Later on, I've been a Research Assistant at the Open University, hosted by Niv Buchbinder.
A PC member at the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2011).