My research focuses on service operations and management and stochastic modeling. I am interested in the analysis of queueing networks and their applications, the theory of stochastic process approximation, and data analysis of large service systems. I work primarily on operational models that are motivated by healthcare systems, in which strategic and operational decisions have the potential to improve patient care and patient outcomes, shorten waiting times and reduce operational costs.
Israel Science Foundation, Optimizing service anatomy in queueing networks, 2021-2024
Israel National Institute for Health Policy Research, Managing Hybrid Hospital Wards
Career Advancement Chair, Technion, 2020–2022
The Israeli Council for Higher Education Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2018–2019
The Eric and Wendy Schmidt Postdoctoral Award for Women in Mathematical and Computing Sciences, 2018–2019
Israel Ministry of Science, Technology and Space (MOST), Applied and Engineering Science, 2016–2018