I am an assistant professor at Tel-Aviv University where I recently founded, and currently head, the Business Analytics Program at Tel-Aviv University’s School of Management.
Before joining Tel-Aviv University I was a visiting scholar at NYU Stern School of Business and a post-doctoral research scientist at Google. Prior to my Ph.D. studies, I held various engineering and management positions in the high-tech industry.
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 different journals such as: MIS Quarterly (MISQ) and Information Systems Research (ISR), as well as conference proceedings such as ICIS. My work also benefited from generous funding by various foundations and companies including: Israel Science Foundation (ISF), Marketing Science Institute (MSI), and Google.