Dean Doron
deandoron@utexas.edu
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 TelAviv University's
CS Theory Group
where I was fortunate to have Amnon TaShma as my advisor.
Prior to coming to TelAviv I got my BSc in Computer Science from the Technion.
Research interests
Theory of Computing, complexity theory, randomness in computation and
explicit constructions.
Mainly, my research interests lie between pseudorandomness,
derandomization and spacebounded computations.
Publications

ECCC

ECCC

ECCC

CCC 2018

RANDOM 2017

STOC 2017

Computational Complexity 2016

IPL 2015

ICALP 2015
Teaching and TAing (TelAviv University)
 Discrete Math (03681118)
 Computational Models (03682200)
 Complexity Theory (03683168)
 Expanders, Pseudorandomness and Derandomization (03683170)
 On the P vs. BPP problem (03684155)
 ErrorCorrecting Codes (03683072)