Igor Nor



Igor Nor is a researcher in HP-labs Israel since April 2011. He is a member of the Information Analytics Lab and his current research interests are data mining and machine learning. 

Igor received his PhD in 2009. His primary research was string algorithms in online and real-time model. Afterwards, he continued with two post-doctorate studies, 
working on varied fields starting with real-time data structures for massive datasets and continued with algorithms on graphs and co-phylogeny research in a computational biology.
For many years Igor was a teacher assistance and later on an instructor in Bar-Ilan University. His teaching areas are on theoretical computer science, foremost "Data structures" and "Algorithms" courses.     

When not working his favorite hobby is chess. Prior the studies, Igor was a chess master and a recognized chess trainer. He was also one of two authors of a chess book "San Luis 2005", awarded as best chess book of 2007.


Research interests

  • Data mining and machine learning
  • Graph theory
  • Real-time and online data structures
  • Algorithms on strings
  • Computational biology