I am a Ph.D student in Computer Science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. My research topic is on the optimization of big data systems and key-value stores. In the past few years, I worked on optimization and performance evaluations for Hadoop, AsterixDB, HPCC Systems and RocksDB. In parallel, I work as a big data architect for Redis Labs. Previously, I did my master thesis on system stabilization and worked as a software engineer for Intel. I enjoy teaching and worked as an instructor for TAVTech and MEET.
My CV is available here.
Hobbies: Horseback riding, swimming and trail runs.