I received my bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Geophysics and master’s in Physics from Tel-Aviv University, Israel. I earned my PhD from the Weizmann Institute and completed a postdoctoral project at the University of Reading, U.K. Currently, I am working with Nili Harnik at Tel Aviv University.
I will be joining MIT EAPS as an Assistant Professor in climate science in July 2023.
Open positions are available- students with a strong background in mathematics/physics and atmospheric dynamics are encouraged to apply.
My research interests are driven by questions at the interface between climate and weather.
I apply a dynamical Lagrangian approach to study midlatitude atmospheric dynamics, temperature variability, regional climate and extremes, climate change, subseasonal-to-seasonal predictability, and stratosphere-troposphere interactions.