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Tal Oron-Gilad is a full professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management at Ben-Gurion University and the George Shrut Chair of human performance. She received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in industrial engineering from the Technion in 1992 and 1997, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in human factors engineering in 2003 from Ben-Gurion University. Following this, she was a research associate at the Institute for Simulation and Training at the University of Central Florida before returning to Ben-Gurion University as faculty in 2006. Between 2015-2020 she was the chair of the department.

Tal’s research expertise is in human factors engineering with specific interests in the user-centered design of Human-machine interaction, Human autonomy teaming, Human-robot interaction, and Decision support systems for command and control. Human-machine systems consist of an arrangement of people and machines (or physical components) interacting within an environment to achieve a set of system goals. As systems become more complex, smart, and autonomous, the challenge of designing the interaction increases, and more emphasis is required for agents' mutual understanding and shared communication. Tal is the author of numerous articles and conference presentations and has supervised many graduate students. Her research was continuously funded by the US Army Research Lab, General Motors, the Israeli Ministry of Science, and the Israeli Ministry of Defense. She is currently a member of several EU projects and initiatives (SOCRATES, MEDIATOR, and RESIST).

Roles and Responsibilities

2021-Now Vice Dean for Research, Engineering Sciences

2015-2020 Chair of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management


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