I'm an assistant professor at the Texas A&M mathematics department.
In 2013 I got my Ph.D in mathematics from the Weizmann institute of science. My advisors were Itai Benjamini and Noam Berger.
Research interests: Probability theory. Geometry of random spatial processes, such as percolation, random interlacements and aggregation processes. Random walk on a fixed and random environment.
Co-authors: Tonci Antunovic, Itai Benjamini, Noam Berger, Marek Biskup, Van Cyr, Jacob Kagan, Oren Louidor, Ron Rosenthal, Artem Sapozhnikov, Eric Shellef, Ran J. Tessler, Johan Tykesson.
2015, November 9-12, Texas A&M, Geometric and probabilistic methods in group theory and dynamical systems.
2016, April 11-15, Texas A&M, Random spatial processes and dynamics concentration week.