Omri Ben Eliezer

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Omri is an instructor in applied mathematics at MIT. He received his PhD in computer science from Tel Aviv University under the supervision of Prof. Noga Alon, and held postdoctoral positions at Weizmann Institute and Harvard University. His research blends aspects of algorithm design and data modeling, with specific interests including sublinear-time and streaming algorithms, large networks, robustness and privacy, and knowledge representation. For his work, Omri received several awards, including best paper awards at PODS 2020 and at CVPR 2020 Workshop on Text and Documents, the 2021 SIGMOD Research Highlight Award, and the first Blavatnik Prize for outstanding Israeli doctoral students in computer science.

Program Visits

Sublinear Algorithms, Summer 2024, Research Fellow
Sublinear Algorithms
Sublinear algorithms, randomized algorithms, complex networks, robustness and privacy, knowledge representation