About the Authors
Shachar Lovett
Shachar Lovett
member, School of Mathematics
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ
Shachar Lovett graduated from the Weizmann Institute of Science in 2010; his advisors were Omer Reingold and Ran Raz. He is interested in the theory of computing, combinatorics, and coding theory, and in particular in the interplay between structure, randomness, and pseudorandomness.
Roy Meshulam
Roy Meshulam
professor, Department of Mathematics
The Technion, Haifa, Israel
Roy Meshulam is a Professor of Mathematics at the Technion. He has worked in a number of areas, including applications of harmonic analysis to combinatorics and extremal problems for spaces of matrices. In recent years his main research interests have been applications of algebraic topology to discrete geometry and random simplicial complexes.
Alex Samorodnitsky
Alex Samorodnitsky
professor, School of Engineering and Computer Science
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel
Alex Samorodnitsky graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1999; his advisor was Nathan Linial. He is interested in coding theory, combinatorics, and the theory of computing, and especially in applying tools of analysis and geometry to these areas of discrete math.