אריאל פרוקצ'ה 2006-2007

מוסד לימודים לדוקטורט:
האוניברסיטה העברית בירושלים
תחום אקדמי:
מדעי המחשב
מנחה/מנחים בדוקטורט:
פרופ' ג'פרי רוזנשיין
נושא הדוקטורט:
Computational Voting Theory
שנת קבלת הדוקטורט:
מוסד בתר-דוקטורט:
אוניברסיטת הארוורד
מוסד נוכחי:
אוניברסיטת קרנגי מלון
משרה אקדמית נוכחית:
פרופ' משנה
כתובת דוא"ל:
עמוד הבית

Ariel Procaccia is a computer scientist and an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. He received his PhD in computer science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2009, his thesis “Computational Voting Theory” was written under the supervision of Prof. Jeffrey S. Rosenschein.

Ariel usually works on problems at the interface of computer science and economics. Some of his current research interests include:

i) Computational social choice, and its applications to crowdsourcing and human computation,

ii) Computational game theory, and its applications to physical security and cybersecurity,

iii) Computational mechanism design, and its applications to kidney exchange,

iv) Computational fair division, and its applications to, well, making the world a bit fairer.

Ariel is the recipient of the NSF CAREER Award (2014), the (inaugural) Yahoo! Academic Career Enhancement Award (2011), the Victor Lesser Distinguished Dissertation Award (2009), and the Rothschild Postdoctoral Fellowship (2009). In 2013, IEEE Intelligent Systems named him on their biennial list of “AI's 10 to Watch”. Ariel has won the 2015 Computers and Thought Award from the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence