Ori Rottenstreich (Hebrew: אורי רוטנשטרייך)
2014-2015 Rothschild Yad-Hanadiv postdoctoral fellow.
Short bio: Ori Rottenstreich received the B.S. in computer engineering (summa cum laude) and Ph.D. degree from the electrical engineering department of the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in 2008 and 2014, respectively. His PhD advisor was . He was a recipient of several research and excellence awards including the Google Europe Fellowship in Computer Networking (awarded each year to at most one PhD student in Europe in the field of Computer Networking), the Andrew Viterbi graduate fellowship, the Jacobs-Qualcomm fellowship, the Intel graduate fellowship, the Gutwirth Memorial fellowship, the Technion Elias Perlmutter prize for enrolled graduate students, the Technion prize for enrolled undergraduate students, the Goldberg fellowship and the Wolf foundation fellowship for undergraduate students. He also received the Best Paper Runner Up Award at the IEEE Infocom 2013 conference where his paper was selected as one of the three best papers among over 1600 submissions.
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