I have been graduated at Weizmann Institute of Science (Israel) under supervision of Achi Brandt and Dorit Ron, in 2008. In August 2012 I joined the School of Computing at Clemson University. Before that I was at Argonne National Laboratory. My undegraduate school was Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

I am actively looking for highly motivated students to work with (both undergraduate and graduate). You are always welcome to stop by my office to chat.
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Research Interests

  • Network Science, Complex Systems
  • Scientific Computing, Multiscale Methods, Computational Science
  • Machine Learning, Data Mining
  • Graph Theory, Algorithms
  • Massive Data Analysis

My Erdös number is 3 (Safro-Brandt-Gillis-Erdös), and this is my Ph.D. genealogy tree (courtesy Mathematics Genealogy Project)

Summer School on Network Science in USC

May 20-24, 27-31/2013, Columbia, SC
Talk I: Multiscale Methods for Networks
Talk II: When Multiscale Methods meet Network Generation
Multiscale Network Generator (software, paper)

Recent Professional Activities