Revital Hollander

Staff

Academic Background

Head of mobile systems software specialization and staff member of the Software Engineering Department at Afeka Academic College of Engineering. Ph.D. student in computer science at Tel-Aviv university. Thesis topic - Broadcasting in computer networks. Development of  information transmission algorithms for computer networks (graphs): broadcasting, multicasting and gossiping under the local, line, k-port and all-port transmission models, for any network topology. Received a B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in math and computer science Cum Laude from Tel-Aviv university. Graduated Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. A composer. R&D team leader and developer at NICE Systems. Teaching mathematics, computer science, programming and music more than 15 years. Received an outstanding lecturer prize in 2011,2012 and 2014.

Teaching

Agile programming methodologies and techniques

Mobile applications

Algorithm design and analisys

Advanced algorithms

Data structures

Data structures and algorithms

Introduction to system programming

Introduction to programming in JAVA

Object Oriented programming in JAVA

Object oriented design

Object Oriented programming in C++

Introduction to computer science and C programming

From an idea to a musical genre

Music, art and engineering

Research

Development of  information transmission algorithms for computer networks (graphs): broadcasting, multicasting and gossiping under the local, line, k-port and all-port transmission models, for any network topology. Specifying optimal networks for broadcasting in networks. Dominating broadcasting and graph-cover problems.

Publictions

1. Efficient  construction of broadcast graphs A.AverbuchR. Hollander Shabtai Y. Roditty  Discrete Applied Mathematics, Volume 171, 10 July 2014, Pages 914

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0166218X14000614

2. k-Port Line broadcasting in Trees, JCMCC, Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, Vol. 77 pp.125-160, 2011.

http://www.combinatorialmath.ca/jcmcc/jcmcc77.html,

3. Gossiping and Set to Set Broadcasting in Weighted Graphs, R. Hollander ShabtaiY. Roditty, submitted.

4. Line- Broadcasting in Complete k-Trees, R. Hollander ShabtaiY. Roditty, submitted.





Industry 

Team leader and developer at NICE Systems. Development of a system that records audio, video and captures screen activity. The system records, plays, manipulates manipulates and archives the data on some media types.