Shay Moran

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Saale river, Thuringen, Germany

Please use this homepage until I created a new one at the new place.

I am a post-doctoral researcher at UCSD, hosted by Shachar Lovett. Between January and June 2017 I will be a fellow at the Simons Institute, during the Foundations of Machine Learning program. I'm also affiliated with the Algorithms and Complexity department at the Max-Planck Institute.

I obtained my Ph.D from the Computer Science Department at the Technion under the supervision of Amir Shpilka and Amir Yehudayoff.

My email is: shaymoran1@gmail.com
My office is located at: CSE 4202

Current research interests

Complexity theory: communication complexity.
Learning theory: statistical sample complexity, computational complexity.

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Teaching

  • Statistical learning and combinatorics: UCSD
    Lecturer, winter 2016
  • Communication Complexity (236518): Computer Science faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Spring 2015
  • Probability Theory (104222): Mathematics faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Winter 2014-2015
  • Analytical Methods in Combinatorics (106376): Mathematics faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Spring 2014
  • Logic and Set Theory (234293), Computer Science Faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Summer 2010, Winter 2013-2014
  • Data Structures I (234218), Computer Science Faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Winter 2012-2013
  • Algorithms and Data Structures (advanced course): Computer Science Faculty, Saarland University
    Teaching Assistant: WS 2011-2012
  • Programming Languages (234319), Computer Science Faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Winter 2010-2011
  • Introduction to Computer Science (234293), Computer Science Faculty, Technion
    Teaching Assistant: Spring 2010