Marc Teboulle is the Eric and Sheila Samson Chair of Optimization at the School of Mathematical
Sciences of Tel Aviv University. He received his D.Sc. from the
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology in 1985.
He has held a position of applied mathematician
at the Israel Aircraft Industries, and academic appointements at Dalhousie
University and the University of Maryland. He has also
held visiting appointments at several institutions,
including IMPA (Rio de Janeiro), University of Montpellier,
University of Paris, University of Lyon, University of Michigan,
University of Texas at Austin, The National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan,
Republic of China, University of California, Los Angeles, and TSE Toulouse School of Economics, University of Toulouse.
Teboulle research interests are in the area of continuous optimization,
including theory, algorithmic analysis and its applications. He has published
numerous papers and two books, and has given invited lectures at many
international conferences. His research has
been supported by leading funding agencies including, the National
Science Foundation, the French-Israeli Ministry of
Sciences, the Bi-National Israel-United States Science Foundation,
the Israel Science Foundation, and the German Israel Foundation.
He currently serves as the Corresponding Editor of the European Series in Applied and
Industrial Mathematics, Control, Optimisation and Calculus of
Variations. He is on the editorial boards of SIAM J. Optimization;
Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, SIAM J. on Mathematics of Data Science, and
Applied Mathematics and Optimization. From 2013 to 2018,
he was the Area Editor for Continuous Optimization of Mathematics of
Operations Research. During 1999-2002, he served as chairman of the Department of Statistics
and Operations Research at the School of Mathematical Sciences of
Tel-Aviv University. He is a SIAM Fellow.