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About

Professor Boaz Patt-Shamir

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Boaz Patt-Shamir is a professor of Computer Science in the School of Electrical Engineering in Tel Aviv University, where he directs the Lab of Distributed Computing. Prior to that he was an assistant professor in Northeastern University. He also was a researcher in the Cambridge Research Lab of HP labs. 

Research

Teaching

My research is in the area of Network Algorithms.​ This includes distributed algorithms deployed in networks and centralized algorithms used to design, operate and analyze networks.

One of the directions of my current research is understanding the cloud. For example, how can the cloud be integrated with distributed systems? How can the cloud be used as a means for communication? Another set of problems is about cloud management, e.g., job placement.

I have also worked on self stabilization, overflow management, recommender systems and other algorithmic topics.

At the undergraduate level, I have been teaching Operating Systems and Computer Networks, and some theory classes.

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Awards

SIROCCO Innovation  Award

2023. Citation

List of 100

Tel Aviv University teaching award, 2017.

Award Name 

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Education

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

PhD, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, 1990-1994.
Advisors: Nancy Lynch and Baruch Awerbuch.

Weizmann Institute of Science

MSc, Computer Science, 1987-1989.
Advisor: David Peleg

Tel Aviv University

BSc, Mathematics & Computer Science, 1984-1987.
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