Our management team in Assembrix brings over 50 years of combined and diversified expertise in advanced algorithms, robotics and computational geometry.

Lior Polak

CEO & Co-Founder

Lior is a co-founder and CEO of Assembrix Ltd. Lior co-founded Assembrix after gaining 15 years in hands-on experience of technology management.

He managed high-performing teams in enterprise software, e-commerce and cyber security industries, ranging from start-ups to multinational corporations. Prior to co-founding Assembrix, Lior was a director of marketing and business development at the cyber and intelligence division of NICE Systems. Before that, Lior held marketing and product management positions at OpenTV UK. Lior holds BA in economics and business administration from Bar Ilan University and an MBA from INSEAD, France. Lior is a business consultant for start-ups and investors and was a mentor at the Tel Aviv entrepreneurship centerellow.

Dan Halperin

CTO & Co-Founder

Dan is a co-founder and the CTO of Assembrix Ltd. He is a professor of computer science at Tel Aviv University. His main field of research is computational geometry and its applications. Application areas he is currently interested in include robotics, automated manufacturing and algorithmic motion planning. Prior to joining Tel Aviv University, he was a research associate at the Computer Science Robotics Laboratory at Stanford University. Halperin was the program-committee chair of several international conferences in computational geometry, robotics and algorithmic engineering. He published over 150 papers and was recently named an IEEE Fellow.

Eric Berberich

Head of Software Infrastructure

Eric is the Head of Software Infrastructure at Assembrix Ltd. Eric obtained his PhD in computer science (Summa Cum Laude) from Saarland University, Germany, in 2008 for his additions to the field of Reliable Geometric Computing.This field combines algorithm engineering, mathematics and advanced programming. In 2009 he joined Tel Aviv University, Israel, as PostDoc scholar for one year, followed as PostDoctoral Researcher at the Max-Planck-Institute for Computer Science in Saarbrücken, Germany.