I am a ISEF postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University and STScI 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 theoretical and computational astrophysics, focused on mergers of compact objects, MHD turbulence, Dark Matter, and transient events.
Much of my research focuses on fundamental aspects of compact binary mergers,
fundamental physics of turbulence, and thermonuclear supernovae (SNe Ia),
with both numerical and analytical modeling. I am excited by the next generation
of gravitational wave observations (LISA).
I use hydrodynamic simulations (& GRMHD) on supercomputers to study including
microphysics, interactions, and nuclear reactions of nuclear burning,
neutrino emissivities, and compact object mergers (e.g. Binary Neutron Stars).
I was born and raised in Abu-Snan, a local council in the Galilee region of
In my free time, I enjoy climbing mountains and urban walls and also running.
Science is one of my passions, especially mathematics.