Computer scientist, digital geometer, open science advocate

Currently, I am affiliated with the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology where I work on problems related to geometry processing. My post-doctoral advisor is Mirela Ben-Chen. My Ph.D. dissertation—which I prepared under the supervision of Yukiko Kenmochi and Pascal Romon—was a study of rigid motions on discrete spaces.

My research focuses on topological and geometric alterations induced by digitized rigid motions defined on regular grids. I am mainly interested in theoretical aspects of digital geometry and digital topology.

During the last four years, I have collaborated with Nicolas Passat, Guillaume Moroz, David Cœurjolly, Tristan Roussillon, Victor Ostromoukhov and Gisela Domej.

Before my Ph.D., I worked with Marcin Janaszewski and Michał Postolski on problems related to modeling and segmentation of human airways.

My current Erdős number is 3.