The Rajeev Motwanit Professor of Computer Science at Stanford‘s theory group and the director of the Simons Collaboration on the Theory of Algorithmic Fairness.  My research career spans various academic institutes and industrial research-labs (see below), all invaluable to my development. Most of all, I am grateful for the wonderful colleagues in each of these institutes,

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Chronologically (in reverse): I was a Principal Research Engineer, Samsung Research America (2015-16). In 2004 I assumed a faculty position in the computer science department of The Weizmann Institute of Science. While on leave from Weizmann, I spent five years (2009-2014) as a Principle Researcher at Microsoft Research Silicon-Valley. During the years 1999-2004, I was a member of AT&T Labs, Florham Park, NJ, and a visiting member of the School of Mathematics, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ. In between, I held short visiting positions at Harvard University and Stanford University. Earlier, I completed my PhD and a short period of postdoctoral studies at the Weizmann Institute. My PhD advisor was Moni Naor. During the years 1991-1994, I completed my undergraduate studies at Tel-Aviv University.

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