I recently finished my PhD in mathematics at the Hebrew University, under the supervision of Tomer Schlank and Lior Yanovski. Within math, my research interests are mostly in chromatic homotopy theory, algebraic K-theory, (spectral) algebraic geometry, higher category theory, and their interplay through the redshift conjecture.
Aside from math, I have an extensive background in software engineering and cyber-security research, and I am interested in various other subjects such as physics and statistics. I am also an active member of the effective altruism community. In my free time I enjoy hiking long-distance trails.
For more information, see my curriculum vitae.
Chromatic Cardinalities via Redshift with Shachar Carmeli, Tomer Schlank & Lior Yanovski (2023), preprint.
Descent and Cyclotomic Redshift for Chromatically Localized Algebraic K-theory with Shachar Carmeli, Tomer Schlank & Lior Yanovski (2023), preprint.
Naturality of the ∞-Categorical Enriched Yoneda Embedding (2023), preprint.
Higher Semiadditive Algebraic K-Theory and Redshift with Tomer Schlank (2021), accepted to Compositio Mathematica.
Towards Computation of HKR Generalized Characters at Height 2 (2019), Master's thesis.
Unusual Interactions of Pre-and-Post-Selected Particles with Yakir Aharonov and Eliahu Cohen (2014), EPJ Web of Conferences 70 00053 (arXiv:1208.3203).
SARS-CoV-2 spike IgG titres up to 137â€‰days following Comirnaty mRNA COVID-19 vaccination, Israel, February to May 2021 with Tal Patalon et al. (2022), Euro Surveill. 2022;27(40):pii=2100703.
Evaluating red blood cell distribution width from community blood tests as a predictor of hospitalization and mortality in adults with SARS-CoV-2: a cohort study with Tamar Banon et al. (2021), Annals of Medicine, 53:1, 1410-1418.
Survey of Behaviour Attitudes Towards Preventive Measures Following COVID-19 Vaccination with Daniella Rahamim-Cohen et al. (2021), preprint.
A 1 to 1000 SARS-CoV-2 reinfection proportion in members of a large healthcare provider in Israel: a preliminary report with Galit Perez et al. (2021), preprint.
Lior Yanovski, Shai Keidar and myself organized the Caesarea workshop on topological cyclic homology in May 2023. Lecture notes from all talks are available.
Shaul Barkan and myself organized a workshop on the Weil conjectures in September 2020. Full recorded talks and lecture notes are available.
In 2019-2020 Semester A my advisor Tomer Schlank and I were running a Kan seminar on classical results in Algebraic Topology. Some lecture notes are available.
In the summer of 2019 I organized a seminar on computational results in chromatic homotopy. Some lecture notes are available.
I organized a preparation day for the Caesarea Workshop on Morava E-Theory in 2019. Four talks were given: