I am a Ph.D. graduate in the field of signal and image processing. My Ph.D. research is in the area of image and signal modeling, with specific focus on sparse and redundant representations, example-based dictionary learning, and the co-sparse analysis model. My research was under the supervision of Prof. Michael Elad
I am a member of the Geometric Image Processing Lab
, and supervise ongoing student projects.
I am a lecturer of the Introduction to Systems Programming
course (Spring 2013). I previously lectured Introduction to Computer Science
(Winter 2012) for Computer Science and Electrical Engineering students.
My CV in PDF format can be found here
What I do:
I love sailing, yachting, and the ocean in general. I am a licensed skipper and a sailing instructor at Etgarim
- the Israel Sports and Recreation Association for the Disabled.
I like photography and writing poems. In my spare time, I also play the piano.
I am an active volunteer at the Israel Cancer Association
. My activities include organizing youth support groups, assisting patients, and promoting awareness of the professional community through lectures and personal meetings.