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 the Institute of Advanced Study in Princeton, hosted by Avi Wigderson. I'm also affiliated with Simons Algorithms and Geometry Collaboration and with the Algorithms and Complexity department at the Max-Planck Institute.

I have spent the last year in California as a post-doctoral researcher at UCSD and as a fellow at the Simons Institute in Berkeley during the Foundations of Machine Learning program. At UCSD I was hosted by Shachar Lovett. 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: generalization, geometric representation of data.

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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