This workshop is in honor and celebration of Moni Naor and of the vast body of seminal contributions he has made, on the (approximate) occasion of his 60th birthday. Thanks in no small part to Moni's work, theoretical computer science has grown into a rich, influential and diverse field with growing impact on science and society. Moni's research shaped many fields: Cryptography, complexity theory, algorithms, data structures, privacy, security, fairness, game theory, coding theory, learning theory, and more. The workshop will bring together leading international and Israeli researchers to discuss developments in all of these fields, the interactions between them (another highlight of Moni's research), and future directions.


Organizing Committee:

  • Cynthia Dwork, Harvard University

  • Amos Fiat, Tel Aviv University

  • Seffi Naor, Technion

  • Omer Reingold, Stanford University

  • Guy Rothblum, Weizmann Institute of Science

  • Alon Rosen, Bocconi / Reichman


  • The Chorafas Institute for Scientific Exchange