Blavatnik School of Computer Science
Faculty of Exact Sciences
Tel Aviv University
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"Provenance for Natural Language Queries" with N. Frost and A. Gilad, VLDB 2017 Best Paper Award
Awarded the Fruits of the Sackler Chair, Tel Aviv University (2017)
Awarded the 2016 Krill prize by the Wolf Foundation
Yizhak Elboher (Graduated 2017)
Efrat Abramovich (Graduated 2017)
Nave Frost (Graduated 2016)
Amir Gilad (Graduated 2016)
Eleanor Ainy (Graduated 2015)
Yuval Moskovitch (Graduated 2013)
Positions and scholarships are available for outstanding and motivated MSc and PhD students who are interested in applied or theoretical research in
Web data management.
My reasearch focuses on Data Management. The high-level goals of my research are to
understand, organize and analyze Data. My methodology of doing so is typically based, in part, on foundations in classic data managemant (databases), logic and probability and process analysis.
Daniel Deutch is a Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department of Tel Aviv University.
Daniel has received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Tel
Aviv University in 2010. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania
and INRIA France. His research focuses on advanced database applications and web data
management, studying both theoretical and practical aspects of
issues such as data provenance, analysis of web applications and
data, and dealing with data uncertainty. Daniel's research has been disseminated by papers in
the top conferences and journals on data and web data
management, including VLDB, SIGMOD/PODS, WWW, VLDBJ, TODS and others. He has served on the Program
Committee of top conferences including VLDB, SIGMOD, PODS and WWW. He has won a number of research awards
including the VLDB 2017 best paper award, the 2016 Krill Prize (awarded by the Wolf Foundation) and the 2013-14 Yahoo! Early Career Award. His research was
awarded multiple competitive grants by the Israeli Science Foundation
(ISF, twice), the US-Israel Binational Science Foundation (BSF), the Broadcom Foundation, the
Israeli Ministry of Science (MOST), and the Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Institute (ICRC).