Short CV


  • Ph.D. in Operations Research, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, 2015. Thesis on “Robust Tracking via Semidefinite Programming and Noncovex Quadratically Constrained Quadratic Programming”, Advisor: Prof. Aharon Ben-Tal .
  • M.Sc. in Operations Research and System Analysis, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Graduated summa cum laude 2008. Thesis on “Multi-Echelon Robust Supply-Chain Control”;
    Advisors: Prof. Boaz Golany and Prof. Aharon Ben-Tal .
  • B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Graduated summa cum laude 2002.

Honors & Awards:

  • The Nancy and Steven Grand Career Advancement Chair Fellow, Technion 2018-2021.
  • Honorable mention for the 2015 INFORMS Optimization Society Student Paper Prize INFORMS announcement. Pic.
  • Rubinstein travel scholarship – for traveling to ISMP2015, in memory of Prof. Reuven Rubinstein, IE&M Faculty, Technion 2015.
  • Excellence Scholarship – IE&M Faculty, Technion 2014.
  • Jacobs fellowship for excellence – awarded to outstanding graduate students, The Technion 2014.
  • TMIP (Technion MIT Internship Program) Scholarship, The Technion 2013.

Students’ Awards

  • 2019 – MIT Operations Research Center Best Student Paper Award for Bradley Sturt for our work D. Bertsimas, S. Shtern, B. Sturt, “A data-driven approach to multi-stage linear optimization”,  2018, pic.
  • 2019 – Eyal Gur – 3rd Place in IE&M poster contest for our work E. gur, S. Sabach, S. Shtern, “A globally convergent approach to the wireless sensor localization problem”.


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Service activities

Invited session Organizer:

ORSIS (Israeli OR society conference) 2018, 2019.
ICCOPT 2019.
SIAM Optimization 2021.

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