Tomer Ezra

Ph.D. Student
Computer Science, Tel Aviv University
tomer.ezra@gmail.com
[ Scholar | dblp | CV ]


About

I am a Ph.D. student at Tel Aviv University where I am advised by Michal Feldman. My research interests lie in the border of Computer Science and Economics, focusing on the analysis and design of simple mechanisms and algorithms in limited information settings.


I completed my M.Sc. in Computer Science at Tel Aviv University in 2016 and my B.Sc. in Computer Science at The Open University - Israel in 2010.


Publications

Best-of-Both-Worlds Fair-Share Allocations, pre-print.

with Moshe Babaioff and Uriel Feige.

[ arXiv ]

Secretary Matching with General Arrivals, pre-print.

with Michal Feldman, Nick Gravin, and Zhihao Gavin Tang.

[ arXiv ]

On a Competitive Secretary Problem with Deferred Selections, pre-print.

with Michal Feldman and Ron Kupfer.

[ arXiv ]

Fair and Truthful Mechanisms for Dichotomous Valuations, AAAI 2021.

with Moshe Babaioff and Uriel Feige.

[ arXiv ]

Online Stochastic Max-Weight Matching: Prophet Inequality for Vertex and Edge Arrival Models, EC 2020.

with Michal Feldman, Nick Gravin, and Zhihao Gavin Tang.

[ arXiv ]

A General Framework for Endowment Effects in Combinatorial Markets, EC 2020.

with Michal Feldman and Ophir Friedler.

[ arXiv ]

Settling the Communication Complexity of Combinatorial Auctions with Two Subadditive Buyers, FOCS 2019.

with Michal Feldman, Eric Neyman, Inbal Talgam-Cohen, and S. Matthew Weinberg.

[ arXiv ]

Prophets and Secretaries with Overbooking, EC 2018.

with Michal Feldman and Ilan Nehama.

[ arXiv ]

Pricing Multi-unit Markets, WINE 2018.

with Michal Feldman, Tim Roughgarden, and Warut Suksompong.

[ arXiv ]

ACM Trans. Economics and Computations 2020.

Pricing Social Goods, ESA 2017.

with Alon Eden and Michal Feldman.

[ arXiv ]