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Before starting my position, I was a post-doc at the Theory Group of Microsoft Research , Redmond
and a Miller fellow in Statistics and Computer Science here at U.C. Berkeley.
During the years 2008-2010 I was at the Weizmann Institute.
Combinatorial Statistics, Discrete Fourier Analysis and Influences,
Randomized Algorithms, Computational Complexity, MCMC, Markov Random Fields,
Social Choice, Game Theory, Evolution
Current Graduate Students:
Omer Tamuz (Weizmann Institute)
Miklos S. Racz (U.C. Berkeley)Joe Neeman (U.C. Berkeley)
Past Graduate Students:
Sebastien Roch (graduated 2007; Currently at UCLA)
Allan Sly (graduated 2009; back at U.C. Berkeley)Arnab Sen (graduated 2010; advised jointly with Steve Evans; currently at U. Minnesota)
Nathan Keller (at Weizmann institute; currently at Bar Ilan University)
Tamir Tuller (at Weizmann institute; currently at Tel-Aviv University)
Grants and Awards:
I am currently supported by NSF (DMS 1106999 ) and ONR (DOD ONR grant N000141110140)
In the past I was supported by NSF (DMS 0528488 & 0504245 Career award 0548249)and ONR (N0014-07-1-05-06) BSF(2004105 - this grant was also awarded the ``Bergman prize''), by a Sloan Fellowship in Mathematics and by a Miller fellowship.
Fall 2013: I am organizing a semester long program on Real Analysis in Computer Science at the newly founded Simons Institute.
Follow this link to learn more about the Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowships .
July 2013: I will teach a course on " probability models of information exchange on networks" at the Cornell Probability Summer School
Spring 2012: I was a member at MSRI Random Spatial Process Program
Co-taught Coding theory(CSE522/Math581EB). University of Washington. Fall 2001.
How to contact me
Fax: ++1 (510) 642 7892
Elchanan Mossel University of California at
Department of Statistics 367 Evans Hall Berkeley, CA 94720-3860 USA