Hi! I'm an Assistant Professor appointed jointly by the Computer Science and Mathematics departments at Princeton University.

I have a broad interest in theoretical computer science and mathematics.
I am especially interested in computational complexity, pseudo-randomness, coding theory and discrete mathematics.


Email:  zeev.dvir  "at"  gmail.com

Office:  Room COS 405 / FINE 1008.

Mailing Address: 
Princeton University, CS building.
35 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ 08540



On-line publications


Survey: Incidence Theorems and Their Applications.




Teaching:



(Spring 14) MAT 576: Topics in Pseudorandomness



 

Research Blogs

Shtetl-Optimized – Scott Aaronson's blog.

Computational Complexity – The mother of all complexity blogs.

In Theory – Luca Trevisan's blog.

What's new – Terence Tao's blog.

Combinatorics and more – Gil Kalai's blog.

Gowers's weblog – Mathematics related discussions.