am a Researcher at the Theory
Group of Microsoft Research,
and an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Mathematics
at the University of Washington.
Probability Theory and Combinatorics.
- Workshop organization:
- Ph.D. thesis, Tel Aviv University (2007).
Thesis advisor: Prof. Noga Alon.
- Cutoff phenomenon: instant randomnesss (Hebrew University, Dec 2012)
- The shape of (2+1)D SOS (RIMS, Kyoto, Aug 2012)
- Random triangle removal (Erdős Lecture Series 2012)
- The static and stochastic Ising models (Stanford, May 2012)
- Mini-course on Cutoff for Ising on the Lattice, parts
V (La-Pietra, Florence, Jun 2011)
- Mini-course on mixing times of Markov Chains, parts
IV (PIMS summer school in probability, Jun 2010)
- Critical slowdown for the Ising model on the 2D lattice (Harvard, Mar 2010)
- Cutoff for the Ising model on the lattice (MIT, Mar 2010)
- Anatomy of a young giant component in the random graph (Rome, Feb 2010)
- Glauber Dynamics for Spin Systems at High & Critical Temperatures (ICMP 2009)
- Cutoff Phenomena in Random Walks on Random Regular Graphs (Oberwolfach, Apr 2009)
- Non-backtracking random walks on expanders (UW, Nov 2007)
- Uniformly cross intersecting families
- Shannon capacity and Index Coding
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On September 1st 2008, a tragic hiking accident took the life of our dear colleague and friend,
His memory and inspiration will always be in my heart.