Adam Shwartz received a B.Sc. in Physics and B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Ben Gurion U., Israel (1979), M.A. in Applied Mathematics (1981) and Ph.D. in Engineering (1982), both from Brown University.
His research interests are in applied stochastic processes, with applications to optimization of computer networks. Adam holds the Naiman Chair in Engineering at the Technion, where he is a Professor in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering since 1984.
He co-founded the Technion Center for Computer Engineering, was responsible for Technion Administrative Information Systems (2000-2010), the Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (2010-2013), and the Director of the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute (2014-2016). From Januray 2017 to September 2019 Adam was the Senior Executive Vice President of the Technion.
He is married to Shuli, has three children, and likes music, table tennis, hiking and mountain biking.
My current CV is available here cv19.