I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Harvard  School of Engineering and Applied Sciences where I am associated with the Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS). My mentors are Prof. Barbara Grosz and Prof. David Parkes. We are working on what we call Utility Maximizing Design, which is the problem of finding the best way to redesign a multi-agent system in order to maximize a targeted objective.

Before that I was a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology. Prof. Avigdor Gal and Dr. Erez Karpas were the supervisors of my doctoral work.  I hold a M.Sc. degree under the supervision of Professor Carmel Domshlak from the same department. 

The main focus of my doctoral thesis was a new and exciting research topic we call Goal Recognition Design, which facilitates understanding the goals of acting agents through the analysis and redesign of goal recognition models

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