I am a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences with Madhu sudan.
Previously, I was a postdoc in Northeastern University with Emanuelle Viola. I earned my PhD from the Technion under the guidance of Amir Shpilka, and completed undergraduate work at the Technion in the mathematics department. My research interests cover a broad range of theoretical computer science, especially algebraic complexity and communication related questions.
- Interactive Coding with an Efficient Round and Communication Blowup.
- Communication with Adversarially Tampered Randomness.
- Compression in a Distributed Setting
- The Optimality of Correlated Sampling
- Bounded Independence plus Noise Fools Products
- Optimal Dynamic Distributed MIS
- Robust Testing of Lifted Codes with Applications to Low-Degree Testing
- Deterministic compression with uncertain priors
- On r-Simple k-Path
- Absolutely Sound Testing of Lifted Codes
- All-or-Nothing Generalized Assignment with Application to Scheduling Advertising Campaigns
- Optimal Testing of Multivariate Polynomials over Small Prime Fields
- On the structure of cubic and quartic polynomials