


Dana Moshkovitz [דנה מושקוביץ]
I am an assistant professor at the Electrical Engineering
and Computer Science department of MIT and a member of CSAIL.
I’m part of the theory
of computation group. I have a broad interest in Theoretical Computer Science, with a focus on Probabilistically Checkable Proofs (PCP), Pseudorandomness, Coding theory and Algorithms. Here’s a semipopular article
I wrote about PCP for XRDS. PCPinspired word games. I graduated from the Weizmann Institute of Science in 2008, where I worked with Ran Raz. In 200910 I was a postdoc at Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study. Service: FOCS’10, APPROX’12, CCC’13. 


Contact InfoOffice: 32G606 Phone: +1 (617) 2531355 Email: dmoshkov at mit.edu 
Administrative AssistantHolly Jones Office: 32G675A Phone: +1 (617) 2536098 Email: hjones01 at csail.mit.edu 



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