Computers & Computer Networks

  • Computer architecture and operating systems
  • Storage systems
  • Computer networks
  • Distributed systems
  • Formal methods
  • Security

The scope of areas traditionally known as “computer architecture” and “computer systems” has broadened tremendously over the last decade, and is now faced with new challenges requiring a broad toolset and overreaching insights. In terms of technology, the stagnation of Moore’s Law challenges the ubiquitous von Neumann computing model and calls for designing new computer systems comprising novel processing models and compute accelerators. Furthermore, the advent of new memory technologies has introduced new opportunities to improve compute performance and escape traditional capacity bottlenecks. 

Collectively, our computer networks and computer engineering groups cover a broad spectrum of topics ranging from low-level hardware and storage architectures and accelerators, via operating systems to computer and storage networks, and further to security and formal methods, high-level software applications such as blockchains, distributed systems protocols and algorithms.

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Congratulations to Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky on receiving a grant from the European Research Council
Jan 29,2024

Congratulations to Prof. Shahar Kvatinsky on receiving a grant from the European Research Council

The ERC’s mission is to encourage the highest quality research in Europe through competitive funding and to support investigator-driven frontier...
Congratulations to Mor Dahan on winning the Best Poster Award at the 15th International Conference on Ferroelectricity (International Monetary Fund 2023 – imf2021.org), held this year in Tel Aviv, Israel
Jun 14,2023

Congratulations to Mor Dahan on winning the Best Poster Award at the 15th International Conference on Ferroelectricity (International Monetary Fund 2023 – imf2021.org), held this year in Tel Aviv, Israel

Mor’s MSc research focused on nanoscale electrical devices called ferroelectric field-effect transistors. Ferroelectric materials have unique properties that can...
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