A direct PhD student at Sagol School of Neuroscience, Tel Aviv University. I started my M.A at Oded Rechavi’s lab, developing image processing software that applied learning techniques (WorMachine, published). In the midst of my M.A, I switched to the direct PhD Program at Dino Levy’s Lab, where I explore various types of data to extract features that may be used for successful prediction of preferences. These include EEG, Eye Tracking, neurophysiological measurements, Mouse Tracking, questionnaires, and fMRI. When I’m not researching, I teach chemistry, mathematics and MATLAB to undergraduate students. I’m also politically and socially active, as I manage a student scholarship program and an intellectual online magazine.