About me

I am a fourth year math graduate student at Yale University. My advisor is Prof. Yifeng Liu. My research interests include Number theory, Automorphic forms, Representations of p-adic groups, and finite field analogs.

Before coming to Yale, I completed my undergraduate and master’s degrees, both in mathematics, at Tel Aviv University. My master’s thesis advisor was Prof. David Soudry, and my master’s thesis could be found here.

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.