Team

Senior Lecturer and the director of the Social Content and Networks (SCAN) lab at the Information System department at the University of Haifa.

 

Her main research areas are data exploration, user experience, and temporal networks. In her research, she applies multidisciplinary methods to identify governing principles in a manner that facilitates systematic research of highly complex systems. 


Ossi holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, and a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. She was a research staff at IBM Research Labs in Haifa, Israel, and a visiting scholar at Technicolor Research Labs in Palo-Alto, CA, USA. 

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Lab Team

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Alex Abbey

Research assistant, Temporal networks dynamics
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Temporal Latent
Personal Analysis

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Lior Lansman

Master thesis, The effect of emotions on recommendations diversifications

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Yossi Solomon
Master Thesis,  SDNSandbox: Enabling Innovation in Provider Networks

Alumni

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Hagit Ben Shoshan

Master thesis,  Latent Personal Analysis (LPA) and its uses for authorship attribution; Visual analytics of user-generated content

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Miki Cohen-Kalaf

Master thesis, MovieMap: exploration in an emotional space

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Hadar Miller

Master thesis, Change point detection in networks

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Uri Alon
Research Assistant, Latent Personal Analysis (LPA) applications

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Yanir Marmor

Research assistant, Temporal networks dynamics

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Manar Zrekat

Research Assistant,
Data analysis