Office: GDC 4.436
I am a postdoctoral scholar in theoretical computer science at UT Austin,
hosted by Dana Moshkovitz and David Zuckerman.
Before coming to Austin, I was a PhD student in Tel-Aviv University's
CS Theory Group where I was fortunate to have Amnon Ta-Shma as my advisor.
Prior to coming to Tel-Aviv I got my BSc in Computer Science from the Technion.
Theory of Computing, complexity theory, randomness in computation and
explicit constructions. Mainly, my research interests lie between pseudorandomness,
derandomization and space-bounded computations.
An efficient reduction from two-source to non-malleable extractors: achieving near-logarithmic min-entropySTOC 2017
Computational Complexity 2016
Teaching and TA-ing (Tel-Aviv University)
- Discrete Math (0368-1118)
- Computational Models (0368-2200)
- Complexity Theory (0368-3168)
- Expanders, Pseudo-randomness and Derandomization (0368-3170)
- On the P vs. BPP problem (0368-4155)
- Error-Correcting Codes (0368-3072)