DR. ARIE JACOBI

DR. ARIE JACOBI

SENIOR LECTURER IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEM SPECIALIZATION, FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION‎

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

  • Professional Experience:
    Currently, a senior consultant and expert in integration, planning, design and development of advanced technologies for software, big data, computer games and three-dimensional graphics, web and mobile, in order to generate business value for organizations and lead them to success by deepening client involvement, streamlining and optimization of processes, threaten fraud prevention, finding additional sources of income. 
    Extensive experience in management and technology; managing large, international technology projects; managing startups; CTO for leading international communications technology companies.

 

  • Education:
    1995: Ph.D. in computer science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
    1998: M.Sc. magna cum laude in computer science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. 
    1984: B.Sc. magna cum laude in computer science, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

  • Subjects Taught:
    Information systems, Internet, databases, software quality control, computer structure and many professional courses in computer science.

 

  • Research Interests:
    Complex systems, social networks, approximation methods and computer aided geometric design (CAGD).‎

 

  • Publications:
    1. Jacobi, A. and Ben-Assuli, O., 2012, Improving Robustness of Scale-Free Networks to Message Distortion. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing. Vol. 129, No. 4, pp. 185-199.
           
    2. Lifschutz, S., Jacobi, A. and Feldshtein, S. 2010, Corporate Governance Characteristics and External Audit Fees: A Study of Large Public Companies in Israel. International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 5, No. 3.

           
    3. Jacobi, A. and Lifschutz, S. 2010, Minimization, Constraints and Composite Bezier Surfaces. Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods, Vol.5.

           
    4. Lifschutz, S. and Jacobi, A. 2010, Predicting Bankruptcy: Evidence from Israel. International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 5, No. 4.

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