Erel Segal-Halevi - Academic Homepage
I am a tenure-track lecturer in Ariel university, computer science department. My research interests are diverse and range from theory to practice. Currently I do research in computational economics (fairness, auctions and game theory). In the past I did research in natural language processing (English negotiation and Hebrew morphology). The inspiration to research these diverse topics comes from the Bible.
For some open questions I find particularly interesting, see my wishlist.
In addition to research, I have many years of experience programming in various languages.