Anatoly Khina's Homepage

Photo Senior Lecturer
Systems Department
School of Electrical Engineering
The Iby and Fleischman Faculty of Engineering
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv 699801, Israel

Office: 122 Wolfson Building of Electrical Engineering-Laboratories
Phone: +972 (3) 640-7195

About Me [Formal bio]

My research interests span the broad areas of Information Theory, Control Theory, Signal Processing and their intersection. I have been lately interested also in various aspects of Adaptive Control and Reinforcement Learning, as well as Theoretical Neuroscience.

I did all my studies in the School of EE at Tel Aviv University where I was extremely fortunate to have Prof. Uri Erez as my advisor. During my graduate studies, I have developed robust interference cancellation techniques, practical capacity-achieving codes, and new joint matrix decompositions for multi-antenna/user wireless networks.

I have spent three wonderful years as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of EE at Caltech, under the superb guidance of Prof. Babak Hassibi, and a joyous semester as a Research Fellow in the Real-Time Decision Making and the Brain and Computation programs of the Simons Institute at UC Berkeley.

During most of my studies I have worked as an engineer in various Hardware, Software, and Algorithm R&D positions.

Profile Pages


Ongoing Research @ Marie Składowska-Curie Actions: CONCOM


Publications and Talks

Journal papers and preprints

Conference papers

Conference talks/posters (without paper)

Other talks



Graduate lab

104 Wolfson Building of Electrical Engineering-Laboratories
Phone: +972 (3) 640-8011

Current Members


  • Elad Domanovitz, Postdoctoral fellow
  • Omri Lev, MSc student
  • Yoad Nitzan, MSc student


  • Nikita Fuzailov, MSc project student (2021, co-adviser: Omri Lev)

Undergraduate lab

202 Wolfson Building of Electrical Engineering—Classrooms



  • Maor Kehati & Sagi Timinsky (2020)
  • Harel Chai & Harel Hacham (2020)
  • Roie Ben Simon & Roy Roth (2019, co-adviser: Ido Nachum)
  • Omer Ben-Nun & Ehud Hayat (2019)


Seminars and Workshops



Lecture Notes

Academic Family Tree (courtesy of the Math Genealogy Project):