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I-CORE Day: April 1, 2015, Tel Aviv University

This year's I-CORE Day was held in Beit Ha'Tfutsot, Tel Aviv University and had four parallel tracks, on the following research topics:  
 
·   Cryptography and Security
·   Computer Networks
·   Algorithmic Game Theory
·   Algorithms and Computation
 
In addition we had the following joint Plenary Speakers:
 
Prof. Anupam Gupta (Carnegie Mellon University)
 
Prof. Gupta's research interests are in Theoretical Computer Science, with an emphasis on Approximation and Online Algorithms, and Metric Embeddings.
 
Prof. Costantinos Daskalakis (MIT):
 
Constantinos Daskalakis is the x-window consortium associate professor of computer science at MIT. He holds a diploma in electrical and computer engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer sciences from UC-Berkeley. His research interests lie in theoretical computer science and its interface with economics and probability.
 
Daskalakis has been honored with the 2007 Microsoft Graduate Research Fellowship, the 2008 ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award, the Game Theory and Computer Science Prize from the Game Theory Society, the 2010 Sloan Fellowship in Computer Science, the 2011 SIAM Outstanding Paper Prize, the 2011 Ruth and Joel Spira Award for Distinguished Teaching, and the 2012 Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship. He is also a recipient of Best Paper awards at the ACM Conference on Economics and Computation in 2006 and in 2013.
 
Click here to watch some of the talks from that day.

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