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I obtained my B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Technion, Israel, and my M.Phil and Ph.D. in Computer Science and Computational Vision from Yale University, CT, USA. In October 2004 I joined Ben Gurion University, where I am a professor of Compuer Science, former chair (2017-2020) of the Department of Computer Science, and the founding and acting director of the Interdisciplinary Computational Vision Laboratory. Although focusing on computational vision, my interests span all aspects of theoretical, experimental, and applied vision sciences, and their relationship to cognitive science as a whole. In particular, I am interested in:

  • Theoretical Computational Vision
  • Human Perception and Visual Psychophysics
  • Visual Computational Neuroscience
 
  • Animal Vision
  • Biologically Inspired Robot Vision
  • Applied Computer Vision for Robotics
I am always looking for excellent graduate students to join my group. If any of the vision sciences catches your imagination and research is your passion, I will be happy to chat with you about the opportunities in the lab. Outstanding undergraduate students looking for a senior project are welcome also.
     
 
  E-mail:

ben-shahar@cs.bgu.ac.il

  Phone:

+ 972 8 647 7868

  Direct Fax:

+ 972 8 647 7975

  Dep. Fax:

+ 972 8 647 7650
(ATT: Ohad Ben-Shahar)

  Address:

Prof. Ohad Ben-Shahar
Computer Science Dep.
Ben-Gurion University
P.O.Box. 653
Beer-Sheva, 84105
Israel

  Location:

BGU Campus, Building 37, Office 114

  Directions:

Please see department and university visitor information.

 

October 2020
New manuscript accepted as an entry to the Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior
O. Ben-Shahar and R. Segev, Feature integration theory.

August 2020
New preprint upload to arXiv
P. Harel and O. Ben-Shahar, Lazy caterer jigsaw puzzles: Models, properties, and a mechanical system-based solver.

July 2020
New paper published in NTIRE 2020
B. Arad, R. Timofte, O. Ben-Shahar, and coauthors, NTIRE 2020 Challenge on Spectral Reconstruction from RGB Images.

July 2020
New paper accepted for publication in Scientific Reports
E. Vinepinsky, L. Cohen, S. Perchik, O. Ben-Shahar, O. Donchin, and R. Segev, Representation of Edges, Head Direction, and Swimming Kinematics in the Brain of Freely-Navigating Fish.

April 2020
New paper published in the Journal of Neurophysiology
A. Dutta, T. Lev-Ari, O. Barzilay, R. Mairon, A. Wolf, O. Ben-Shahar, and Y. Gutfreund, Self-motion trajectories can facilitate orientation based figure-ground segregation.

Feb 2020
New paper accepted for publication in the Journal of Field Robotics
Development of a Sweet Pepper Harvesting Robot.

February 2019
New paper published in Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics
A. Reichenthal, R. Segev, and O. Ben-Shahar Feature integration theory in non-humans: aspotlight on the archerfish.

 
 
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