I am a senior lecturer at the School of Business Administration and at the Center for the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I received my Ph.D. from the UC Berkeley School of Information at the University of California at Berkeley in 2005 (supervisor: Prof. John Chuang; dissertation committee: Prof. Scott Shenker, Prof. Ion Stoica and Prof. Hal Varian). I did my Postdoc studies at the School of Computer Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and at Tel-Aviv University, under the supervision of Prof. Noam Nisan and Prof. Yishay Mansour. My research interests lie at the border of game theory, business administration and computer science. Professional Activities: program committee member of EC2010, SOFSEM 2010, EC2009, ILAIS 2009, IJCAI2009, ICEC2009, ESA 2008, NetEcon2008, EC2008, EC2007, AAAI2007, NetEcon2007. I am co-organizing the Israeli Seminars on Computational Game Theory: First (Tel-Aviv University, 2006), Second (Tel-Aviv University, 2007), Third (Google Tel-Aviv, 2008), Fourth (Microsoft Israel R&D, 2009) and Fifth (Microsoft Israel R&D, 2009).