I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics. Before this, I got an undergraduate degree in Political Science at Reed College, an M.Sc. in Mathematics at Ohio State University, a Ph.D. in Mathematics at Bielefeld (Germany) and an Habilitation in Mathematics at Goettingen (Germany). I did postdoctoral work at the Hebrew University.
Research wise, I am part of the Analysis group. Much of my past work has been with various mathematical problems related to game theory. Today my main efforts concern the Banach Tarski Paradox, the existence of orbits in dynamical systems, and topological structures. I am interested in any good problem of mathematics and am willing to discuss any topic.