Professor Shashua holds the Sachs Chair in computer science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Prof. Shashua’s field of expertise is computer vision and machine learning. Prof. Shashua received the MARR Prize Honorable Mention in 2001, the Kaye Innovation Award in 2004, and the Landau Award in Exact Sciences in 2005. Since 2010 Prof. Shashua is the co-founder, Chief Technology Officer and Chairman of OrCam, an Israeli company that recently launched an assistive product for the visually impaired based on advanced computerized visual interpretation capabilities.
Dr. Hayon joined Mobileye after working at Applied Materials, in the wafer inspection division, in algorithms development for vision and image processing applications. Dr. Hayon received his Ph.D. from the Center of Neural Computation of the Hebrew University where his research concerned theoretical exploration of temporal correlation based approaches for neural networks. Dr. Hayon holds a M.Sc. in Physics from the Weitzman Institute of Science where he did theoretical work in field theory, and a B.Sc. in Physics from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.
Dr. Gat graduated from the esteemed Israeli military Talpiyot program and later served in the IDF research and development corps. Dr. Gat received his Ph.D. from the Institute of Computer Science of the Hebrew University, focusing on the analysis of cortical activity, and utilized tools from the domain of machine learning. Prior to joining Mobileye, Dr. Gat worked at Comverse (NASDAQ:CMVT), as a researcher in the field of speech processing and at Compugen (NASDAQ:CGEN), where he led several basic research groups, especially in the computational medicine area. Dr. Gat is married with three children, rides a bicycle to work every day, and is on Mobileye’s basketball team.
Mr. Dagan joined Mobileye in 2003 as a student of the “Engineering, Intelligent Systems” program of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Throughout his years at Mobileye, Mr. Dagan has led large scale algorithmic R&D processes and IP capturing in the field of object detection, as well as managing the suit of associated ADAS products – Autonomous Emergency Braking, Monocular Adaptive Cruise Control and others. In 2010 Mr. Dagan received his MBA from IDC, Herzliya.
Mr. Rushinek has 20 years of experience in the VLSI area. Mr. Rushinek started as VLSI designer at Intel Israel, involved in the design of the first 10Mbit Ethernet controller product. In 1983, Mr. Rushinek joined Motorola Semiconductor Israel, and led the VLSI design of Motorola’s first Digital Signal Processor product – DSP5600. In 1987 he managed Motorola’s Semiconductor Israel VLSI DSP design group, which designed products based on 56000 DSP cores as well as the new DSP56300 DSP core and products. Mr. Rushinek also managed Motorola Wireless Handset Baseband’s System On Chip VLSI design group.
Professor Shalev-Shwartz holds an associate professor position in the Rachel and Selim Benin School of Computer Science and Engineering at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before joining Hebrew University, Prof. Shalev-Shwartz was a research assistant professor at Toyota Technological Institute in Chicago, as well as having worked at Google and IBM research. Prof. Shalev-Shwartz is the author of the book “Online Learning and Online Convex Optimization,” and a co-author of the book “Understanding Machine Learning: From Theory to Algorithms.” Prof. Shalev-Shwartz has written more than 80 research papers, focusing on machine learning, online prediction, optimization techniques, and practical algorithms.
Mr. Serfaty joined Mobileye in 2010. Prior to this, from 2007-2010 Mr. Serfaty served as the General Manager of a software company, and from 2004-2007 served as Vice-President of Sales and Business Development for an IT company. Mr. Serfaty holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in RF engineering.
Mr. Galves joined Mobileye in 2016. Prior to joining Mobileye, Mr. Galves served as Lead Automotive Research Analyst at Credit Suisse, Research Associate at Deutsche Bank, and Finance Manager at General Motors. Mr. Galves holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from University of South Carolina and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from University of North Carolina.
Mrs. Cohen-Yerushalmi had been the Legal Counsel, and later the General Counsel, at AudioCodes Ltd. (NASDAQ: AUDC). Mrs. Cohen-Yerushalmi had also served as the president of the Israeli chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel, risk manager at Cellcom Israel Ltd. and an in-house claims controller for an Israeli insurance company. Mrs. Cohen-Yerushalmi is a member of the Israeli Lawyers Bar Association, has an LLB from the Israeli College of Management and a BA in English Literature from the Tel Aviv University.
Mr. Segal joined Mobileye after a long career in the public and private sectors. He served as the general manager of a number of organizations dealing with the manufacturing of optics and electronics. Mr. Segal received his MBA from the Hebrew University, with a specialization in finance and information systems.
Dr. Gedalyahu joined Mobileye in 2001. Dr. Gedalyahu received his Ph.D. from the Center of Neural Computation of the Hebrew University for a research in computer vision. Dr. Gedalyahu also has degrees in physics and mathematics. In the past Dr. Gedalyahu worked for IBM research, Compugen and Samsung Electronics.
Mr. Babaioff joined Mobileye in 2002 after completing a BSc. in Computer Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Since then, Mr. Babaioff has held leading roles for some of Mobileye’s most cutting-edge activities involving vision algorithms development, customer interaction and project management. Most notably, Mr. Babaioff has successfully managed first production program launches for each generation of Mobileye’s System-on-Chip, known as EyeQ®.
Dr. Stein was a research scientist at the Artificial Intelligence laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) until March 1999. Dr. Stein received his Ph.D. from MIT in February 1998 and his M.Sc. from MIT in 1993, both in the field of computer vision. His expertise is in the areas of multiple-view geometry, visual motion estimation and photogrammetry.
Mr. Kawahara graduated from Keio University. After experience at a SI vendor, he joined a start-up company in New York specializing in 3D reconstruction from still images, where he was in charge of all customer projects. Mr. Kawahara joined Mobileye through his activity at GenTech and was later appointed CEO of Mobileye Japan Ltd.