Computational Economics Lab

Computational Economics

Professor of CS at the Blavatnik School of Computer Science at Tel-Aviv University. 
Ph.D.: University of California at Berkeley, Information Management and Systems, May 2005. Thesis title: Incentives for cooperation in peer-to-peer systems. 
B.Sc.: Bar-Ilan University, Computer Science, Summa Cum Laude, June 1999.
The head of the Economics and Computation (EC) lab, and a visiting researcher in Microsoft Research Israel. Michal’s research focuses on algorithmic game theory, an area that lies in the intersection of computer science, microeconomics and game theory. Among other topics, she studies auction theory, mechanism design, algorithm design, the price of anarchy, and e-commerce. 
Michal is an alumna of the Israel Young Academy and of the Global Young Academy. Her research is funded by prestigious grants, including, among others, grants of the ERC (European Research Council): ERC starters and ERC consolidator, ISF grants (Israel Science foundation), and an Amazon Research Award. She was selected by the Forbes magazine as one of the most influencing women in Israel in 2016.


Laboratory Leader: Prof. Michal Feldman

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