Before that I was a Dunham Jackson Assistant Professor (i.e. a postdoc) at the University of Minnesota and a Della Pietra postdoctoral fellow at MSRI. Even before that I was a PhD student at Tel-Aviv University and an Adams fellow, working another the supervision of Prof. Vitali Milman.
I primarily work in the fields of convex geometry and asymptotic geometric analysis. I am mostly interested in functional aspects of convexity, and in the interaction between convex geometry, analysis and probability. For more information, see my publications.
If you know nothing about convex geometry and want to get a feeling for my work, I have written a note about an old project aimed at non-experts. This includes undergraduate students or even strong high-school students. The note was published by Oberwolfach as part of their Snapshots of modern mathematics project.
I am looking for strong graduate students and postdocs. If you think this may apply to you, feel free to contact me.