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Curriculum Vitae
קורות חיים

Education

PhD.

1997-2001:
Bar Ilan University , Computer Science.
Thesis title - "Protocols, Strategies and Learning Techniques for Reaching

Agreements More Effectively".
Advisor: Prof. Sarit Kraus.

 

M.Sc.

1995-1997:
Bar Ilan University , Computer Science.
Thesis title - "Negotiation about Data Allocationg in Distributed Systems " Summa Cum Laude. (thesis grade 98, average course grade 97).
Advisor: Prof. Sarit Kraus.

B.A.

1992-1995:
Bar Ilan University,  Economics and Computer Science

Summa Cum Laude (average course grade 97).

 

 

National Service:
           
Yad Sarah Organization, Jaffa, lending medical equipment.

 

Research Interest

Multi agent systems; auctions; distributed learning; reinforcement learning; probabilistic models; game theory, intelligent tutoring systems, Internet research.

Publications

Journal Papers

R. Azoulay-Schwartz, R. Katz and S. Kraus, Efficient Bidding Strategies for Cliff-Edge Problems, Autonoumous agenst and multi-agent systems, 2013, to appear

 

E. David and R. Azoulay-Schwartz, Optimal Mechanisms for Multi-Attribute English Auctions, Advancements and Developments in Applied Mathematics Vol 1 (2012), issue 2 March, p. 41-80.

 

R. Azoulay and J. Bar-Ilan, A Map of Non-Profit Organization Websites in Israel, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 2011.

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and D. Dor, The Impact of Available Information on Negotiation Results, Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 2011, Vol. 60, Issue 3

 

E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz, and S. Kraus, Bidding in Sealed-bid and English Multi-Attribute auctions. Decision Support Systems, v.42 n.2, p.527-556, November 2006

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz, S. Kraus. Stable Strategies for Collaborative Behavior of Agents in Answering Queries, Artificial Intelligence Journal 154(1-2):43-93, 2004.

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus and J. Wilkenfeld, Explotation vs. Exploration in Ecommerce: Choosing a Supplier in an Environment of Incomplete Information, , International Journal on Decision Support Systems and Electronic Commerce 38(1):1-18, 2004.

 

E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, An English Auction protocol for Multi-Attributes Items, in J. Padget, D. Parkes, N. Sadeh
O. Shehory and W. Walsh,  (Eds.), Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce
IV: Designing Mechanisms and Systems
, LNAI vol. 2531, . (2002) pp. 52-68.

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, Negotiation on Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (2001).

 

 

Conferences:

 

E. David and R. Schwartz, No More Damaging Ads on Your Own Webpage - Strategy Proof Mechanisms for Ad Placement. IAT 2012: 140-145

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and E. David, Comparative Incentive Compatible Mechanisms for Site Oriented Advertising Auctions , BISFAI 2011.

 

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and Z. Ilani, Interactive Tutoring System for Intelligent use of databasese, Opening Gates in Teacher Education, Mofet, Israel, January 2011.

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and Z. Ilani, An Intelligent Tutoring System for Efficient Usage of Database, ITRE 2006, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Technology: Research and Education, Tel Aviv, Israel, October 2006.

 

D. Dor-Shifer, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, The value of Information in Negotiation with Incomplete Information, ITRE 2006, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Technology: Research and Education, Tel Aviv, Israel, October 2006.

 

E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, Bidders’ Strategy for Multi-Attribute Sequential English Auction with a Deadline, AAMAS 2003, Melbourne, Australia, pp 457-464.

 

E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, The Design of the Multi-Attribute English Auction with a Deadline Vs. the eBay Auction Protocol, AMEC 2003, Melbourne, Australia, poster version.

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, Acquiring an Optimal Amount of Information for Choosing from Alternatives. CIA 2002, best paper award.

 

E. David, R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, Protocols and Strategies for Automated Multi-Attributes Auctions, Proceedings of the 1st international conference on autonomous agents and multi agent systems (AMAS02),  2002, Bologna, Italy, pp. 77-85..

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, Stable Strategies for Sharing Information among Agent, Proceedings of IJCAI 2001, Seattle, Washington, pages 1128-1134

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and S. Kraus, Assessing Usage Patterns to Improve Data Allocation via AuctionsProceedings of ICMAS 2000, Boston, pages 47-54.

 

R. Schwartz and S. Kraus, Negotiation On Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, Proceedings of AAAI 1997, Providence, RI, pages 29-35.

 

Refereed Book Chapters:

R. Schwartz and S. Kraus, Bidding Mechanism for Data Allocation in Multi-Agent Environments, In M. P. Singh and A. S. Rao and M. J. Wooldridge, editors, Intelligent Agents IV, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, volume 1365,
pages 61-75. Springer-Verlag, 1998.

 

 

Work in Progress:

M, Avigal, D, Hutzler and R. Azoulay-Schwartz, An Intelligent Tutoring System to Improve Reading Comprehension.

 

R. Azoulay-Schwartz and E. David, Site-Oriented Advertising Auctions.

 

Awards and Fellowships:

2010, 2011                     Research foundation, JCT

2008, 2009                     JCT excellence reward.

2002                               CIA 2002 best paper award.

2001                               IJCAI01 Travel Grant.        

1998-2001                         Eshkol followship (PhD studies).                

1996-1998                         Eshkol followship (MSc studies).                           

1997                              AAAI97 Travel Grant.                                

1997, 1995, 1993          Rector’s awards, Bar Ilan Univ.      

 

Teaching Experience:

2000-: Jerusalem College of Technology, Lustig Institute, Ramat Gan.

 

  Courses Taught:

Introduction to Computing (C++, JAVA),

Data Structures,

Algorithms Analysis,

Functional and Logical programming (Lisp and Prolog),

Principles of Programming Languages.

 

1995-2002:  Bar Ilan University.

 

  Courses Taught:

Introduction to Computing (C++),

Object Oriented Software Development,

Artificial Intelligence Seminar.

 

  Courses TAed:

Introduction to Computing (C++),

Data Structures,

Artificial Intelligence (Lisp).

 

 

Graduate Students:

Current Msc. student: Dorit Hutzler, An Intelligent Tutoring System to Improve Reading Comprehension. (joint work with M, Avigal and E. David)

Former Msc. student: Daphna Dor-Shifer. The Value of Information in Negotiation (joint with Prof. Sarit Kraus), May 2004.

 

Professional Activities:

2011: Publicity and Publications Chair of the Thirteenth International Workshop on Agent Mediated Electronic Commerce (AMEC 2011), CIKM 2011 PC.

 

Reviewing activities: CIKM, Artificial Intelligence Journal, Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence, ATAL, AAAI, ATAL, CIA, ICMAS, ITS, AMEC.