Strong and independent graduate students are welcome to contact me.

Students from Israeli universities: if you have a degree from an Israeli institution with excellent grades, then the enrollment procedure to the Technion Graduate Program is simple. You can contact me to discuss research directions to see if this is of interest.

International students who wish to come to Israel and do their graduate studies at the Technion should contact the Technion Graduate School and be admitted before they contact me. GRE is required. For international students: unless you have already been accepted to the Technion Graduate School, I will require to see your previous work (e.g. master’s thesis or a paper) in a topic that I work in before being able to consider you.

Prospective postdocs (from anywhere): If you are interested in a postdoctoral position here at the Technion, please apply directly to our department (advertisement and instructions can be found on MathJobs or on the department homepage).

Here’s a list of my past and current students/postdocs.

Master’s students

Adam Dor-On (2012 – 2013. Secondary advisor; the primary advisor was Daniel Markiewicz)

David Cohen (2012 – 2014)

Alexander Vernik (2012 – 2014)

Ran Kiri (2020 – 2022)

Mikhail Mironov (current)

PhD students

Guy Salomon (2013-2018)

Yasin Watted (current)

Ran Kiri (current)


Sourav Pal (2012 – 2014)

Panchugopal Bikram (2013-2014, jointly with Daniel Markiewicz)

Evgenios Kakariadis (2013 – 2014)

Eli Shamovich (2015-2017)

Benjamin Passer (2016-2018)

James Rout (2017-2018)

Malte Gerhold (2018-2019)

Satish Pandey (2018-2021)

Marina Prokhorova (2020-2022)

Jeet Sampat (current)