I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Information Systems at the University of Haifa. My research centers around questions of how conceptual modeling languages can be made as effective and suitable for their users.

Currently, I investigate the requirements that different users and contexts pose on visual notations of modeling languages, and how the design and improvement of such visual notations can be done in a systematic, and traceable way.

In my PhD I focused on the the personal semantics that people have of the meta-concepts of conceptual modeling languages, in what ways such differences manifests, and what impact this has on the representational validity of a given modeling language.

I work with/in a number of research collaborations, like the University of Haifa's Software Architecture Lab, and Technology for Animals group, the Enterprise Engineering Network, and the Visualizations in Systems Engineering Network.