I am a PhD candidate in the Computer Science Faculty, at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Elad.
My research interests are focused on general signal and image processing, mainly based on sparsity-related ideas and their biomedical applications. How can we extend current local priors to treat real, global problems? How can we train such global priors from a vast collection of data? How to use these models effectively? These, and many more, are questions of my ongoing work.
“The real supremacy of a group of people comes from the quiet and unswerving work of its thinkers, men of science and artists; this endeavor brings fortune and glory to the Country, and welfare to all mankind.” B. Houssay.