The competitive call received 20 submissions by 26 PIs from 13 Departments – demonstrating the broad and diverse reach of the DSI. 11 projects by 19 PIs were accepted and granted a total of 1,100,000₪ while generating many new collaborations.
The list of accepted grants:
|Prof. Yoram Louzoun (Math)||Prediction with very high fraction of missing data|
|Prof. Onn Shehory (Business Administration)||Prediction and optimization of patient appointment lengths|
|Prof. Dan T. Major (Chemistry)||Modeling Molecules in 3D using SE(3) Equivariant Self-Supervision Interaction Potentials|
|Dr. Alon Bartal (Business Administration)||Identifying Novel Risk Factors for Childbirth-Related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder by Analyzing Medical Records of Peripartum Women|
|Prof. Hillel Kugler (Engineering)Prof. Tomer Kalisky (Engineering)||A toolset for predictive modeling of Gene Regulatory Networks in development and disease|
|Prof. Gur Yaari (Engineering)Dr. Ofir Lindenbaum (Engineering)||Immune receptor sequence alignment using deep neural networks|
|Prof. Gil Ariel (Math)Dr. Emanuel A. Lazar (Math)||Topological Data Analysis of Biological and Chemical Patterns|
|Prof. Michal Ben-Shachar (Linguistics)Dr. Yael Greenberg (Linguistics)Prof. Yoav Goldberg (Computer Science)||Prediction, Expectation and Mirativity in Natural Language|
|Dr. Binyamin Knisbacher (Life Sciences)Prof. Shlomo Havlin (Physics)||Studying heterogeneity in aging and cancer through single-cell gene expression networks|
|Dr. Amit Somech (Computer Science)Dr. Oren Glickman (Computer Science)||Generating On-Demand Data Tables From Text|
|Prof. Simi Haber (Math)Prof. Reuven Cohen (Math)||Reliability and flexibility of the power grid and other infrastructure networks|
Congrats to the winners and we are looking forward to learning about their progress in upcoming DSI dinner events.