Technion Industrial Engineering and Management faculty members have diverse areas of expertise and research interests, which include: human resource management; financial management; marketing, negotiation, and communication; law and ethics; and strategy and entrepreneurship.
Kinneret Teodorescu studies search behavior and related aspects of decision making from both psychological and economic point of views. She holds BA in psychology and economics from Tel-Aviv University (2004-2008, magna cum laude) and MSc and PhD in Behavioral Sciences from the Technion (2008-2014, summa cum laude).
Ron Lavi is an associate professor at the faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at Technion. He joined the faculty in 2006, after completing his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Hebrew University, and after conducting post-doctoral studies at the California Institute of Technology.
Ido Erev (PhD: University of North Carolina, 1990, Cognitive/Quantitative Psychology). Ido joined the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management in 1990 as a lecturer. He was promoted to full professor in 2004, and has held the “Women’s Division—ATS Academic Chair” since 2006.
Mr. Itai Dabran is an adjunct senior lecturer at the Computer Science Faculty at the Technion. Itai serves as the Chief Engineer of the Laboratory of Software and Systems Design and instructed dozens of projects in the computer communication and IoT fields in cooperation with Israel Hi-Tech industry.
Assaf Avrahami holds BSc in mechanical and electrical engineering and an MBA in technology management and marketing. He holds a PhD degree in the area of industrial management and he is a Visiting Professor in the faculty of industrial Engineering and management.
Omer Ben-Porat is a 4th-year PhD student in the Industrial Engineering and Management faculty of the Technion, working with Professor Moshe Tennenholtz. Omer’s research interests lie in the overgrowing intersection of Game Theory and Machine Learning. In his PhD, Omer focuses on market-oriented Machine Learning.
Dr. Yossi Dashti holds a B.Sc. in Computer Information Systems (U. of San Francisco), an MBA in Information Technology (U. of California, Irvine), and a Ph.D. (Ben Gurion U.). His work and research focus on value creation of innovation entrepreneurship, success factors of high-tech startups, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As), exit strategy, and the role of business networks.
PhD of law student, Bar Ilan University, Holds BA and MA of law from Bar-Ilan University. Idit had worked several years as an attorney in a commercial law office and has gained experience as a lawyer. In the last decade Idit served as a public representative in Labor Court in Haifa.
Dr. Mazor is an expert in entrepreneurship, innovation, and in the making of international businesses. Dr. Mazor is a managing director of Diadem Inc., based in Shanghai/China, which brings Israeli and other foreign companies and investors to the China market, to cooperation with China companies and co-investments with Chinese investors.
Professor Avraham Shtub holds the Stephen and Sharon Seiden Chair in Project Management. He has a B.Sc in Electrical Engineering from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (1974), an MBA from Tel Aviv University (1978) and a Ph.D in Management Science and Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington (1982).