Key Words: Artificial Intelligence, Multiagent Systems, Planning and Control, Emergent Behaviour, Mathematical Interaction Modelling
I am interested in issues and effects arising from the continual change of interaction rules between self-interested agents. To capture, analyse and engineer these effects, I work with a wide range of techniques from the fields of control theory, machine learning, and game theory.
Most recently my research began to focus on how information affects interaction, and how it may be used as a means of control. This line of research is strongly linked to scarce resource allocation under adversarial stress, e.g. security.
Watch this space for research/grant related announcements.
Where I have moved from the Research and Development Department of Mobileye Vision Technologies Ltd.
My even earlier appointment was with the School of Electronics and Computer Sciences at the University of Southampton, where I was a Research Fellow affiliated with the IAM Group (now succeeded by the Agents, Interaction and Complexity Research Group).
Ph.D. in Computer Science was conferred on me by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2008, based on my thesis. My M.Sc. thesis and undergrad studies in Computer Sciences and Mathematics were also completed at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.