Microsoft Research New England @ Herzliya

Microsoft Research New England @ Herzliya




The Microsoft Research team at the Israel R&D Center is part of a worldwide team of more than 1,000 scientists and engineers working across multiple research areas in Microsoft’s global research labs, making significant contributions to our products and collaborating on external projects that help solve global challenges. The team is a part of the Microsoft New England Lab, led by Managing Director Jennifer Tour Chayes.

The team works on a number of collaborative projects that bring together the best minds in computer science to advance a research agenda based on their unique talents and interests. Microsoft Research New England @ Herzliya focuses on two main areas of Computer Science: Machine Learning and Algorithmic Game Theory. Our application areas include Cloud Computing, Security, and Healthcare. The lab supports a core team of established researchers, as well as a large group of interns and distinguished visiting faculty members.

To learn more about Microsoft Israel R&D, please look at their webpage:


  • Portrait of Jennifer Chayes

    Jennifer Chayes

    Technical Fellow & Managing Director, Microsoft Research New England, New York City and Montreal

  • Portrait of Elad Yom-Tov

    Elad Yom-Tov

    Principal Researcher

  • Portrait of Moshe Babaioff

    Moshe Babaioff

    Senior Researcher

  • Portrait of Uriel  Feige

    Uriel Feige

    Visiting Researcher

    Weizmann Institute of Science

  • Portrait of Gil  Kalai

    Gil Kalai

    Visiting Researcher

    Hebrew University

  • Portrait of Michal  Feldman

    Michal Feldman

    Visiting Researcher

    Tel-Aviv University

  • Portrait of Sivan Sabato

    Sivan Sabato

    Visiting Researcher

    Ben Gurion University

  • Portrait of Yannai  Gonczarowski

    Yannai Gonczarowski


    Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • Portrait of Brit  Youngmann

    Brit Youngmann


    Tel Aviv University

  • Portrait of Inbal Seroussi

    Inbal Seroussi