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I am an associate professor at the School of Computer Science and Engineering, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I am also the scientific co-leader of the Fraunhofer Cybersecurity Center at Hebrew University.

 

My research interests focus on the protocols/mechanisms that make the Internet tick (e.g., for routing, traffic management). I am interested in the design and analysis of practical (Inter)network architectures and protocols with provable guarantees (failure-resilience, optimality, security, incentive compatibility, and beyond).

 

I am also broadly interested in the the interface of computer science, economics, and game theory (e.g., dynamic interactions in economic and computational environments, incentive-compatible computation, computational auctions, and more).

 

See selected research projects.