faculty member

  • Dr.

    Michal Horovitz
  • Lecturer

  • Computer Science - B.Sc. Program, Economics and Management - B.A. Program
  • 053-3105111
  • horovitzmic@telhai.ac.il
  • Coding theory, especially coding for memories, Combinatorics,

    Machine learning and Optimization

  • 2006-2009 Teaching Certification – Mathematics,
    B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science,
    The Open University of Israel, Ra'anana, Israel.

    2011-2017 Ph.D., Computer Science Department,
    Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
    2017- Lecturer, Tel-Hai college, Israel
    Researcher, Migal, Israel

  • Winter 2017-Present: Tel-Hai College, Israel, Courses:  “Introduction to Algorithms”, “Object Oriented Programming and Java”, “Discrete Mathematics”, “Automata and Formal Languages”, “Algorithms”

    Spring 2011-Winter 2017: Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Courses: “Network Coding”, “Automata and Formal Languages”, “Discrete Mathematics”

  • 2006,2007,2009: President and Dean Excellence. The Open University of Israel, B.Sc. studies

    Winter 2013/14: Excellence Scholarship Faculty. Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, M.Sc. studies

    Winter 2014/15: Benin Scholarship. Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Ph.D. studies,

    Winter 2014/15, Spring 2016: Excellent Teaching Assistant Prize, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

    2015: Gutwirth Excellence Scholarship. Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Ph.D. studies

    2016: Jacobs Excellence Scholarship. Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Ph.D. studies

  • Articles in refereed journals

    1. Horovitz and T. Etzion, “Constructions of Snake-in-the-Box codes for Rank Modulation”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 60, no. 11, pp. 7016-7025, November 2014. Presented at Information Theory and Application Workshop, San Diego, California, February 2014.
    2. Horovitz and E. Yaakobi, “On the Capacity of Write-Once Memories”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 63, no. 8, pp. 5124-5137, August 2017.
    3. Horovitz and E. Yaakobi, “Reconstruction of Sequences over Non-Identical Channels”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 65, no. 2, pp. 1267-1286, February 2019. 
    4. Horovitz and T. Etzion, “Local Rank Modulation for Flash Memories”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 65, no. 3, pp. 1705-1713, March 2019. 

     

    Refereed conference proceedings

    1. Horovitz and T. Etzion, “Local Rank Modulation for Flash Memories”, IEEE Information Theory Workshop, pp. 606-610, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, October 2014.
    2. Horovitz and E. Yaakobi, “WOM Codes with Uninformed Encoder”, IEEE Information Theory Workshop, Jerusalem, Israel, April-May 2015.
    3. Horovitz and E. Yaakobi, “On the Capacity of Non-Binary Write-Once Memory”, IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, pp. 945-949, Barcelona, Spain, July, 2016.
    4. Horovitz and E. Yaakobi, “Reconstruction of Sequences over Non-Identical Channels”, IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory, pp. 1510-1514, Aachen, Germany, June, 2017.
    5. Horovitz, L. Lewin-Eytan, A. Libov, Y. Maarek, and A. Raviv, “Mailbox-Based vs. Log-Based Query Completion for Mail Search”, the 40th International ACM SIGIR conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval, pp. 937-940, Tokyo, Japan, August, 2017.
    6. M. Chee, M. Horovitz, A. Vardy, V. K. Vu, and E. Yaakobi, “Codes for Endurance-Limited Memories”, IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory and Applications, pp. 501-505, Singapore, October, 2018.
    7. M. Chee, M. Horovitz, A. Vardy, V. K. Vu, and E. Yaakobi, “Endurance-Limited Memories with Informed Decoder”, IEEE Information Theory Workshop, Visby, Gotland, Sweden, August, 2019, To appear
    8. Horovitz, E. Yaakobi, E. En Gad, and J. Bruck, “Iterative Programming of Noisy Memory Cells”, IEEE Information Theory Workshop, Visby, Gotland, Sweden, August, 2019, To appear
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