I am a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.
I received my Ph.D. from the Technion Institute in Haifa, Israel under the supervision of Prof. Hagai Perets.
My interests cover a broad range of topics including mergers of compact objects, transient events, nuclear astrophysics, and MHD turbulence. Much of my research focuses on fundamental aspects of thermonuclear supernovae, compact binary mergers, and fluid mechanics, and turbulence, with both numerical and analytical modeling.
I use hydrodynamic simulations on supercomputers to study including microphysics, interactions, and nuclear reactions of nuclear burning, neutrino emissivities, turbulence, and compact object mergers.
In my free time, I enjoy climbing mountains and urban walls, and also running.
Science is one of my passions, especially mathematics.