My research delves into the intricate relationship between the economics and security of distributed systems, such as cryptocurrencies. If you want to collaborate or discuss my research interests, feel free to get in touch. This includes bright undergrads looking for a tutorial work mentor.
Bio. I am a Ph.D. candidate at the Hebrew University. I am also a research consultant at Matter Labs, and a visiting researcher at the University of Innsbruck, funded by an AIANI visiting researcher fellowship. During my studies, I was generously supported by an Ethereum Foundation grant, the four-year merit-based Ze’ev Jabotinsky Fellowship for Ph.D. students, and the Hebrew University’s rector award for first-in-class M.Sc. students.
|Nov 5, 2023||Yuzhe Tang kindly invited me to present Speculative DoS at Syracuse University on Dec. 22!|
|Sep 29, 2023||I was invited to speak at YoungEC ‘24!|
|Sep 25, 2023||I will present Speculative DoS at Tokenomics ‘23.|
|Aug 30, 2023||The Vulnerable Nature of Decentralized Governance in DeFi was accepted to DeFi23.|
|Aug 24, 2023||I’ll present Suboptimality in DeFi at the Science of DeFi Stability workshop on September 1st.|
- The Vulnerable Nature of Decentralized Governance in DeFiIn Proceedings of the 2023 ACM CCS Workshop on Decentralized Finance and Security, 2023
- Correct Cryptocurrency ASIC Pricing: Are Miners Overpaying?In 5th Conference on Advances in Financial Technologies (AFT 2023), 2023
- Uncle Maker: (Time)Stamping Out The Competition in EthereumIn Proceedings of the 30th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS ’23), 2023
- Blockchain Stretching & Squeezing: Manipulating Time for Your Best InterestIn Proceedings of the 23rd ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, 2022
- Greedy Transaction Fee Mechanisms for (Non-)myopic MinersIn Annual Conference of the Israeli Chapter of the Game Theory Society, 2023
- Blockchain Censorship2023
- Speculative Denial-of-Service Attacks in Ethereum2023
- Suboptimality in DeFi2023