I am a post-doctoral fellow at the
Center for Research on Computation and Society (CRCS)
, Harvard University.
Before joining Harvard,
I completed my Ph.D. in computer science at Ben Gurion University
where I was lucky to have Prof. Amos Beimel
and Prof. Kobbi Nissim
as my advisors.
Privacy-preserving data analysis, computational learning theory, algorithms.
- Design of Algorithms
- − Teaching assistant [2012B]
- Advanced Topics in Privacy and Computational Learning
- Automata and Formal Languages
Some of my talks:
Algorithmic Stability for Adaptive Data Analysis.
− Theory Seminar, Ariel University. February 2016.
− Differential Privacy Group, Hebrew University. February 2016.
− Foundations of Computer Science Seminar, Weizmann Institute of Science. January 2016.
Locating a Small Cluster Privately.
− Differential Privacy Group, Harvard University. November 2015.
Learning Privately with Labeled and Unlabeled Examples.
− SODA 2015 Conference, San Diego. January 2015.
− Differential Privacy Group, Harvard University. March 2014.
Private Learning and Sanitization: Pure vs. Approximate Differential Privacy.
− Differential Privacy Group, Harvard University. August 2013.
− RANDOM 2013 Conference, UC Berkeley. August 2013.
Characterizing the Sample Complexity of Private Learners.
− CS Theory Lunch Seminar, Technion. October 2013.
− The 13th Haifa Workshop on Graph Theory, University of Haifa. May 2013.
− ITCS 2013 Conference, UC Berkeley. January 2013.
− DIMACS Workshop on Differential Privacy, Rutgers University. October 2012.