I’m Keren Censor-Hillel (קרן צנזור-הלל). I am an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at the Technion. My research interests are mainly in distributed computing, and in theory of computing in general. I am grateful for the generous support of an ISF research grant (2014), an NSF-BSF grant (2016), an ERC starting grant (2017), and a Henry Taub research grant (2018).
I am looking for excellent graduate students and postdocs that are interested in research in these areas. Requirements: strong background in algorithms and math. Background in distributed computing is not necessary.
Together with Yuval Emek, I organize the TDC seminar.
Women in Theory (WIT)
From Communications of the ACM
- Researchers Simplify Parallel Programming, by Gary Anthes.
- Breaking bottlenecks, by Larry Hardesty.
- New approach to vertex connectivity could maximize networks’ bandwidth, by Helen Knight.
- Parallel programming may not be so daunting, by Larry Hardesty.