• Jonathan Najenson (2021–22).
  • Ori Hacohen (2021–22).
  • Philippos Papagiannopoulos (2019–21).
  • Nir Fresco (2015–16).
  • Alexandra Zinck (2011–13).
  • Jens Harbecke (2011).


  • Jonathan Najenson, Biological memory (co-advisor: Arnon Levy; in progress). 
  • Ori Hacohen, Mental representations: A pragmatic account (2021).
  • Gil Sagi (co-advisor: Stewart Shapiro, Ohio State and St. Andrews), Logical consequence: Between natural and formal language (2013).
  • Jonathan Yaari, Interactive confirmation: A theory of confirmation based on interactive proof (2012).


  • Ben Gershon (in progress).
  • Gil Lipkin-Shahk (co-advisor: Nir Fresco, Ben Gurion University; in progress).
  • Shahar Hechtlinger, Mechanistic and computational levels in cognitive neuroscience (2018).
  • Assif Ziv (co-advisor: James A. Reggia, university of Maryland, College Park), Modeling the subjective perception of time (2016).
  • Doron Yashpe, The Effect of the discovery of the necessary a posteriori on the debate about modality (2016).
  • Lotem Elber, Two frameworks for mechanistic explanations in cognitive sciences: Why mechanistic explanations are not causal explanations but functional analyses (2015).
  • Ori Hacohen, Modelling concepts (2015).
  • Yair Lakretz, State-space semantics (2011).
  • Shmuel (Uli) Fried, Unnecessary constraints on Artificial Intelligence (2010).
  • Danny November, The essential problem in Kripke's conceivability argument, (2010).
  • Gil Sagi, Models and logical consequence (2009).
  • Nicanor Leonoff (co-advisor: Eitan Bachar, Psychology), PTSD from the mind-body perspective, (2009).
  • Adam Cohen, Indeterminacy and supervenience in Donald Davidson's philosophy of mind (2008).
  • Marie von Mirbach (co-advisor: Marshall Devor, Biology), Tackling pain (2008).
  • Yuval Rave, Spontaneous neural activity correlates of consciousness and their implications for the mind-body problem (2006).
  • Yair Lapin, Molecular computational models (2002).
  • Dotan Rousso, On the possibility of attributing mental features to the digital computer (2000).