I did my MSc and PhD at the Hebrew University in the department of Mathematics, and the Center for the Study of Rationality under the supervision of prof. Sergiu Hart. Then I had a two year Post-doc at Caltech in the department of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, and the Center for Mathematics of Information.
My main research interest is Game Theory. In particular, I am interested in adaptive learning in games and the rate of convergence of these adaptive processes. Another, related, area of interest is the complexity of equilibria in games in several complexity models as computational complexity, communication complexity, and query complexity.
Recently, I am very interested in the role of information in games, and in information aggregation.