I am a faculty member in the computer science department at the Weizmann Institute. Prior to joining Weizmann, I was part of the distributed computing group of Prof. Nancy Lynch as a postdoctoral fellow at CSAIL, MIT. For my PhD studies, I was extremely fortunate to have Prof. David Peleg as my advisor also here in Weizmann.
My research revolves around several aspects of theoretical computer science, and in particular: fault tolerant graph structures, spanners, distributed graph algorithms and their synergy with information theoretic cryptography.
News: I am looking for excellent and highly-motivated PhD students and postdocs with a background in either distributed algorithms, graph algorithms or information theoretic cryptography, to join our group. To get some clue on ongoing projects, you are welcome to view my recent keynote talk at SOFSEM 2021. I like getting emails with questions and comments, so please do drop me an email if you find it interesting!
Program Committees: FOCS 2021, PODC 2021, ICALP 2021, PODC 2020, HALG 2020, STOC 2020, ITCS 2020, DISC 2019, BDA 2019, ESA 2018, PODC 2018, SIROCCO 2018, IPDPS 2018, BDA 2018, ICALP 2017, PODC 2017, BDA 2017, IPDPS 2017, ICDCN 2016, SSS 2016, SIROCCO 2016, PODC 2016, SPAA 2016, ALGOSENSOR 2015.
I am very much grateful for the support of the European Research Council (starting grant DISTRES, 2020-2025), the Israeli Science Foundation (2084/18) and the NSF-BSF (713043) grants.