Born and raised in Israel, and now a British national, I received my Bachelor Degrees in Mathematics and Physics from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, in 2003. Already smitten by Mathematics, and in particular the Mathematics that pertains to Physics, I continued my studies at the Department of Mathematics until I received my Masters Degree in 2006. In 2007 I moved to Atlanta, Georgia, United States, to attend the Ph.D programme at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). Under the supervision of Prof. Michael Loss I completed my Thesis and defended it in August 2011.
I am currently a Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge, holding a personal EPSRC Post Doctoral Fellowship (EP/L002302/1). My main field of research is Kinetic Theory, and in particular the Boltzmann equation and N-particle stochastic processes from which it rises as a mean field limit.