I am a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University's Center of Mathematical Sciences and Applications.
I completed my PhD at the Einstein Institute of Mathematics and the Federmann Center for the Study of Rationality at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. I had the great fortune of being supervised by Prof. Nati Linial.
I am interested in high-dimensional combinatorics, especially random high-dimensional permutations and designs. I also enjoy thinking about random (hyper) graphs and (hyper) graph processes. Lately I have been applying functional-analytic methods to study these objects.
Here is my curriculum vitae.
Here is a Quanta magazine article about my work on the $n$-queens problem. And here is an article in the Harvard Gazette.
Quanta magazine also covered my joint work with Matthew Kwan, Ashwin Sah, and Mehtaab Sawhney, which resolved a 1973 conjecture of ErdÅ‘s on the existence of high girth Steiner triple systems.
I have TAed the following courses, all at Hebrew University: