Fun day in Tel Aviv

During the recent spring holidays I treated myself a fun day in Tel Aviv. Here are some photos I took, using my Incredible Super High-Res Powerhouse Vorpal Camera of the Zodiac (aka a 6 megapixel smartphone camera).

Photos for March

Some photos I took during my recent “adventures”, using my Incredible Super High-Res Powerhouse Vorpal Camera of the Zodiac (aka a 6 megapixel smartphone camera).

A Prime Book

Look, look! It’s a book! I wonder what’s inside. I sure am glad that the Weizmann mathematics library is “in the know” and keeps only the most updated and useful books around. In case you haven’t heard much about prime numbers, you can read about them in the book’s introduction: The introduction is actually rather … More A Prime Book

People of Budapest

I just got back from a Budapest, where I participated in a summer school on graph limits, groups, and stochastic processes. The school was enriching and contained good lectures from good speakers. I might even get to write about the mathematical content one day, if I ever actually understand what really went on there. But … More People of Budapest

Our beautiful

I recently got back from a sixteen day vacation in Croatia. Croatia is a beautiful country, renowned for its lush forests, crystal lakes, stunning mountains, and dreamy coast. The natural thing to do, therefore, is to stay cooped up for almost two weeks in the Gymnasium of the small town of Požega, and teach three … More Our beautiful

The Oregon Trail

You may have gotten the impression from my previous post that I went to the United States in order to do a project on randomness and quantum mechanics, or something of that sort. This, of course, cannot be further from the truth. My real goal in life would never be something as silly as mess … More The Oregon Trail