I am an assistant professor at Tel-Aviv University where I founded and currently head the Business Analytics Program at Tel-Aviv University’s School of Management.
My research interests include using large-scale data for business decision making, effective use of crowd-based information for predictive modeling, and building data science mechanisms for crowdsourcing.
My research was published in various journals such as MIS Quarterly (MISQ), Information Systems Research (ISR), and Decision Support Systems, as well as conference proceedings such as ICIS. My work also benefited from generous funding by different foundations and companies including: Israel Science Foundation (ISF), Marketing Science Institute (MSI), and Google. I serve as an Associate Editor for “Big Data” and “Decision Sciences” journals
Before joining Tel-Aviv University I was a visiting scholar at NYU Stern School of Business and a research scientist at Google. Prior to my Ph.D. studies, I held various engineering and management positions in the high-tech industry.