My research focus is in Game Theory, the mathematical modelling of strategic interactions. In particular, I am interested in dynamic games (such as repeated games, stochastic games, or Borel Games), and often in the effect that information has on the equilibrium of a game. I am also interested in related topics such as social learning, Markov Decision Processes and Computational Game Theory and am happy to hear about any fine problem in other related topics.
I joined LSE in 2021 as an Assistant Professor. Before this I was a research affiliate in the School of Mathematical Sciences of Tel-Aviv University. My PhD was written under the supervision of Ehud Lehrer from Tel-Aviv University, though I spent several years of my PhD as a visiting scholar at the École Polytechnique in Paris.