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), Pseudo-randomness, Coding theory and Algorithms.

Here’s a semi-popular article I wrote about PCP for XRDS. PCP-inspired word games.

I graduated from the Weizmann Institute of Science in 2008, where I worked with Ran Raz. In 2009-10 I was a post-doc at Princeton University and the Institute for Advanced Study.

 

Publications

Students

Courses

Outreach

Service: FOCS’10, APPROX’12, CCC’13.

Presentations

 

 

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Contact Info

Dana Moshkovitz

Office: 32-G606

Phone: +1 (617) 253-1355

Email: dmoshkov at mit.edu

Administrative Assistant

Holly Jones

Office: 32-G675A

Phone: +1 (617) 253-6098

Email: hjones01 at csail.mit.edu

 

MIT:

Theory of Computation Seminar

MSR/MIT theory reading group

MIT News

Algorithms & Complexity Seminar

Applied Math Colloquium

Combinatorics Seminar

Probability Seminar

LIDS Seminar

ORC Seminar

 

Cambridge Area Theory Seminars:

Harvard Theory of Computation Seminar

MSR Theory Colloquium

 

Q&A:

Theoretical Computer Science Stack Exchange

Math Overflow

 

Archives:

ECCC
ArXiv

 

Web-Logs:

Computational Complexity Blog
In Theory (Luca Trevisan's Blog)
Shtetl Optimized (Scott Aaronson's Blog)