Mathematician:Mordechai Ben-Ari

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Mathematician

Mordechai ("Moti") Ben-Ari is an Israeli mathematician best known for his work in mathematical logic and computer science.


Nationality

Israeli


History

  • Born: 1948
  • 1970: B.Sc. in Mathematics: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • 1977: M.Sc. in Mathematics (Computer Science): Tel Aviv University
  • 1978-81: Assistant instructor, Dept. of Computer Science: Tel Aviv University
  • 1982: Ph.D. in Mathematics (Computer Science): Tel Aviv University
  • 1985–92: Adjunct senior lecturer, Dept. of Computer Science: Technion
  • 1988-89: Visiting associate professor, Dept. of Computer Science: Brandeis University
  • 1995: Associate professor, Dept. of Science Teaching: Weizmann Institute of Science
  • 1995-96: Adjunct associate professor, Dept. of Computer Science: Tel Aviv University
  • 2002: Visiting professor, Dept. of Computer Science: University of Joensuu, Finland
  • 2005: Visiting professor, Dept. of Computer Science: Helsinki University of Technology, Finland


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Publications