I am a final year Computer Science PhD candidate at UC Berkeley, advised by Christos Papadimitriou.
My research looks, through the Lens of Theoretical Computer Science,
at a variety of problems from the studies of Evolution, Statistics, Stopping Theory, and Game Theory.
Two lines of works that I am particularly thrilled about are:
(1) understanding the terrain of computational complexity between P and NP,
and (2) understanding mechanism design subject to simplicity constraints.
During the last few summers, I interned at Microsoft Research labs in
Hertzeliyah (Israel), Beijing, and New England.
Prior to coming to Berkeley I completed my MSc at Tel-Aviv University with Muli Safra.
My research is supported in part by a MSR PhD Fellowship.
PC member: EC 2016, ITCS 2017.