Assistant Professor in Mathematics
410K Rowland Hall
In general, my research areas are mostly under the topic Probabilistic methods in discrete mathematics. More specifically, I’m interested in: Extremal Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Random Graphs/hypergraphs, Discrete Random Matrices, Combinatorial Number Theory, and more.
I received my PhD from Tel Aviv University in 2013 and then spent 1.5 years in ETH Zurich. Afterwards, I spent 1.5 years in Yale as a Gibbs Assistant Professor and then moved to MIT as an instructor for 3 additional years.
When combinatorics meets Littlewood-Offord theory talk from SoCal20 about one of my research projects.
Robustness of properties of graphs talk from the grad students seminar in UCI about one of my projects.