About me

I am a Donald J. Lewis Postdoctoral Research Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan, where my mentor is Charlotte Chan. My research interests include Automorphic representations, Representations of p-adic groups, and finite field analogs.

I completed my PhD at Yale University, where I was fortunate to have Yifeng Liu as my advisor. Before that, I completed my undergraduate and master’s degrees, both in mathematics, at Tel Aviv University. I am grateful to have had David Soudry as my master’s thesis advisor.

Before that I worked at an Israeli enterprise as a software developer, specializing in software infrastructure written above C#/.NET, for more than 6 years.

I am the owner and maintainer of an open source project called WampSharp.

I can be contacted at firstname@lastname.com.