I am a Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellow
in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge.

I obtained my PhD in the department of mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
under the supervision of Prof. Mike Hochman and Prof. Yuri Kifer.

My research interests are Fractal geometry, Probability and Ergodic theory.

- Poisson and compound Poisson approximations in conventional and nonconventional setups,
*Probability Theory and Related Fields*, 160 (2014), 797-831. (with Yuri Kifer) - Compound Poisson statistics for multiple returns in shrinking cylinders for mixing processes,
*Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems*, 36 (2016), 1616-1643. - On the Hausdorff and packing measures of slices of dynamically defined sets,
*Journal of Fractal Geometry*, 3 (2016), 33-74. - On self-affine measures with equal Hausdorff and Lyapunov dimensions,
*Transactions of the AMS*, 370 (2018), 4759-4783. - A dimension gap for continued fractions with independent digits - the non stationary case,
to appear in the
*Israel Journal of Mathematics*. - A self-similar measure with dense rotations, singular projections and discrete slices,
*Advances in Mathematics*, 321 (2017), 529-546. - Hausdorff dimension of planar self-affine sets and measures, preprint, 2017. (with Balazs Barany and Mike Hochman)
- Geometric Law for Multiple Returns until a Hazard, preprint, 2018. (with Yuri Kifer)

I have served as a teaching assistant, at the Hebrew University, in the following courses:

- Fall 2014, Fall 2015: Measure Theory
- Spring 2014: Probability Theory and Applications
- Spring 2015: Linear Algebra II
- Fall 2016: Fundamental Concepts in Analysis I (graduate course)
- Spring 2016: Infinitesimal Calculus II
- Fall 2017: Advanced Infinitesimal Calculus I
- Spring 2017: Calculus for engineering and science students