Professor, Dept. of Computer Science. Rita Altura Trust Chair in Computer Sciences/
Research interests: Optical computing, quantum safe cryptography, and trying to explore quantum effects in the brain.
References: Caulfield, H. J., and Dolev, S., “Why the future of supercomputing requires optics," Nature Photonics, Commentary, Vol. 4, pp. 261-263, May 2010. Also Correspondence, Vol. 4, pp. 406-407, July 2010; Tamir, J., Tamir, D., Geerts, W., and Dolev, S., “Compressive Scanning of an Object Signature," Natural Computing, 14(3): 457-467, 2015
Patents: Dolev, S., and Nir, Y., “Optical Implementation of Bounded Non-Deterministic Turing Machines," Israeli patent application No. 155994, filed 19 May, 2003. US Patent No. 7,130,093 B2, October, 2006
Quantum safe cryptography: SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR MEKLE PUZZLES SYMETERIC KEY ESTABLISHMENT AND GENERATION OF LAMPORT MERKLE SIGNATURES, submitted as a US patent Nov 2017.
Personal webpage: https://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~dolev/