I have experience in computational imaging, signal processing, machine learning, and optics.
In 2013 I graduated from the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, as part of the Technion’s Program for Excellence. I received B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering cum laude and B.Sc. in Physics cum laude.
During my undergraduate studies I researched the use of Memristors (a recently discovered fundamental electronic device) for logic in future VLSI circuits and CPU architectures.
Before joining the Media Lab, I worked at Intel inc. on computer architecture, focusing on Network-on-Chip architecture.
Today I am a research assistant in the Camera Culture group at MIT Media Lab. My work focuses on novel methods for medical imaging using visible light (as oppose to X-ray). Such methods have many advantages such as non-ionizing radiation and good contrast between different tissues. To overcome the big challenge - to see under our skin - I am using different properties of light, which are utilized with custom hardware. These are combined with algorithms I develop, in order to resolve information hidden behind scatterers (such as the skin).