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Skills and expertise

Research interests Topological phases and interfaces between them; deep and self-supervised learning for physics
Software development Python, modern C++, Julia, Linux, LATEX, git, jupyter
Frameworks PyTorch, Qiskit, Hugging Face Transformers, PyTorch3D, TensorFlow
Deep learning Since 2017 co-authored 18 papers and preprints in multiple fields of deep learning, including top tier venues (CVPR, JMLR). Wide knowledge of current trends in computer vision

Education

  • 2022-now
    PhD in Physics
    Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
    • Advisor: Prof. Netanel Lindner
    • Research in theoretical condensed matter: edge modes and interfaces in topological states, e.g., fractional quantum Hall, Kitaev spin liquid, p+ip superconductors.
  • 2021
    MSc in Computer Science
    Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
    • Thesis: “Reducing Supervision in Visual Recognition Tasks”
    • Advisors: Prof. Alex Bronstein, Prof. Avi Mendelson, and Dr. Chaim Baskin;
    • Teaching experience: “Advanced Topics in Deep Learning”, “Deep Learning on Computational Accelerators”,
    • “Intro to Machine Learning”, organization of seminar in Deep Learning;
    • Advising experience: advised research projects on computer vision and reduced supervision;
    • Reviewer for CVPR, ICCV, ECCV, WACV;
    • CS dean excellence scholarship recipient.

Experience

  • 1933 - 1955
    Professor of Theoretical Physics
    Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton University
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    Visiting Professor
    California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, US
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  • 1917-1933
    Director
    Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physics, Berlin, Germany.
  • 1911 - 1917
    Professor of Theoretical Physics
    Karl-Ferdinand University, Prague, Czechoslovakia
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    Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics
    University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Open Source Projects

  • 2015-now
    al-folio
    • A beautiful, simple, clean, and responsive Jekyll theme for academics.

Honors and Awards

  • 1921
    • Nobel Prize in Physics
    • Matteucci Medal
  • 2029
    • Max Planck Medal

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