I’m a PhD student in the VISTA Lab at the Technion Computer Science Faculty, advised by Prof. Alex Bronstein. In addition, I’m currently working as a machine learning engineer and data scientist at Sibylla.
My research interests include deep learning, differentiable optimization, physiological signal processing (e.g. ECG), and recently computational structural biology. I hold an MSc in Biomedical Engineering and a BSc in Electrical Engineering, both from the Technion. Currently head TA of the CS faculty’s Deep Learning course.
In addition to a my research pursuits, I have a strong technical background in software development. Before starting my PhD I worked in multiple technical roles. I have extensive experience writing robust, testable, well-designed code, leading software teams and architecting large-scale systems.
- FrontiersPhysioZoo: a novel open access platform for heart rate variability analysis of mammalian electrocardiographic dataFrontiers in Physiology 2018
- Nat. Sci. Rep.Signatures of the autonomic nervous system and the heart’s pacemaker cells in canine electrocardiograms and their applications to humansNature Scientific Reports 2020