I am Professor of Computer Science at Tel-Aviv University.I work in two main areas. One is Combinatorial Scientific Computing and Numerical Linear Algebra. My work in this area spans sparse matrix computations, combinatorial preconditioners, and communication efficient algorithms (and lower bounds for them). The other is computer systems; my main current focus in this area is wildlife localization and tracking. I have been leading the technical development of the ATLAS reverse-GPS wildlife tracking system since 2012. Before that, I worked on wireless sensors and on algorithms and data structures for flash memories.
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