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Personal:

Born: 1958, Haifa, Israel

 

Education:

Ph.D. 1987Operations Research Stanford University California, USA
M.Sc. 1984Operations ResearchTel Aviv UniversityIsrael
B.Sc.1983MathematicsTel Aviv UniversityIsrael

 

 

 

 

Major academic appointments:

2007-now
Vigevani Professor of Statistics
1996-now
Professor
1992-1996
Associate Professor (tenure: 1993)
 
 
 

 

 
 
School of Management, Department of Operations Research and Department of Statistics
1991-1995Associate Professor
1987-1991Assistant Professor

 

       
       
 

 

Some Mentionables:

Vigevani Chair in Statistics:The Hebrew University of Jerusalem2007-nowIsrael
Stieltjes Visiting Professor:The Thomas Stieltjes Institute for Mathematics2005The Netherlands
Excelling young scientists:
The Council for Higher Education1992-1995Israel
 
 

 

 

 

 

Associate Editor:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Major administrative and professional duties:

2001-2005 
Department Chair
Israel
1998-2001 
Chair
(equivalent to vice dean)
Committee for Research and Infrastructure
Israel
    
 
 
 
 
 
 

Research interests:

Applied probability, operations research, queueing theory, stochastic storage processes . 
 
 

Professional affiliations:

 
 

Research grants:

US - Israel Binational Science Foundation , grant No. 92-00035, 1993-1997, joint with Ward Whitt (AT&T, USA), title: Stochastic Fluid Networks,, total support - $42,500. 
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 372/93, 1993-1996, joint with David Assaf (Dept. of Statistics, Hebrew University), title: Optimal Control of Stochastic and Deterministic Fluid Networks, total support - $60,000. 
The Denmark/Israel Research Award, 1994-1995, joint with Soren Asmussen (then at Univ. of Aalborg, DK) and David Perry (University of Haifa), supports travel between Denmark and Israel. 
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 794/97, 1997-2000, single investigator, title: Stochastic Storage Networks, total support: $66,800. 
The Volkswagen Foundation (via The Ministry of Science and Culture of the State of Niedersachsen), 2000-2002, joint with Wolfgang Stadje (University of Osnabrueck, Germany), title: Stochastic Storage Systems in a Random Environment, total support - DM87,000.
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 935/ 0, 2000-2003, single investigator, title: Stochastic Storage Models and Networks, Markov Modulation and Martingale Methods, total support: $65,140. 
INTAS (funded by the European community), project 265, 2001-2003, joint among teams from several European countries and Israel, Israeli team: Adam Shwartz (Technion) and Offer Kella, title: Mathematics of Stochastic Networks, total support: EU90,000.
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 819/ 03, 2003-2006, single investigator, title: Stochastic Storage Models and Networks in a Random Environment, total support: $87,270. 
The Volkswagen Foundation (via The Ministry of Science and Culture of the State of Niedersachsen), 2004-2006, joint with Wolfgang Stadje (University of Osnabrueck, Germany), title: Reflected Networks, Stability and Martingale Analysis, total support - EU88,000.
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 964/06, 2006-2009, single investigator, title: Storage Models and Networks with Stochastic Reflecting Constraints, total support: $84,000.
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 434/09, 2009-2012, single investigator, title: Stochastic storage models and networks with an emphasis on Markov modulation, stochastic constraints and applications to growth collapse models, total support: $60,000.
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 1462/13, 2013-2017, single investigator, title: Tools and models for stochastic storage models and networks, total support: $120,000.
The Israel Science Foundation , grant No. 1647/17, 2017-2021, single investigator, title: Stochastic Storage Systems: Theory and Applications, total support: $140,000.