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About the group

The research group, headed by Dr. Eran Toch, is working on various projects that revolve around human-computer interaction and computational analysis of human behavior, applying this knowledge to solve…

Tel Aviv Smart City Case Study

Download The Smart Cities Case Study for Tel Aviv, Israel

The Tel Aviv case study, written by Eyal Feder and Eran Toch, is now freely available to download in English or in Spanish. The case study is one of…

What happens to privacy when we can go back to the past?

“Not Even Past”: New paper published online at Human–Computer Interaction

“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” William Faulkner. The quote above is the basis for our new paper, “Not Even Past: Information Aging and Temporal…


A talk at the World Bank: The Israeli Approach to Smart Cities

I (Eran) will be speaking at the world bank today, at the Smart Cities group, talking about “The Agile Approach towards Smart Cities: A Look at the Israeli Case”….


Smart cities – Next week in Washington

Hi, I (Eran) will be visiting Washington D.C. next week, to participate in a panel hosted by the Inter-American Development Bank in a workshop about “Migrating from a Traditional City Management to…


Speaking about Privacy and Genetics, end-of-the-year event, Dept. of Cell and Developmental Biology

Eran will give a lecture about “Challenges and Mechanisms for privacy in Genetic Sequences and in other Massive Datasets”, at the end-of-the-year event, at the Dept. of Cell and…


Lecture at the ILAIS Conference: Developers’ Decision-Making Process of Designing Users’ Privacy

Oshrat will give a lecture at the ILAIS conference at July 4th, held this year in Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. The talk’s title is “Developers’ Decision-Making Process…


A short talk at the First Incentives and Behavior Change Conference

Eran will give a short talk at the First Incentives and Behavior Change Conference, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, July 3rd, 2016 Recanati Building, Room 405. The talk…