Omer is a research manager in HP Labs in Israel. The main research agenda of Omer and his team deals with analytics and collaboration in large organizations, with a focus on IT management.
As of 2008, Omer works in HP Labs, working both in the area of imaging and printing, and in the research area of IT information management. Omer has led the project of print inspection which included a major tech transfer of that sub-system to HP Indigo’s ILS project. He is also involved in research and development of image-based automation concentrating on the semantic layer. Today, Omer’s main research focus is on structural-data mining (i.e. graphs), working with various teams in HP software.
Prior to joining HP, Omer has led a software team in Charlotte’s Web Networks, dealing with routing protocols. Omer has a Ph.D and M.Sc in Computer Science from Israel Institute of Technology (Technion). His research areas were in theoretical computer science, coding theory, and cryptography. Omer received his B.Sc in Mathematics and Computer Science from the Technion.