## Teaching

I believe that math is only real when shared. Below are some math-related volunteer work I do, courses I have TA'd for undergrad and grad students, and links to recordings of lectures I have given.

- Winter 2020: Locally compact groups acting on discrete structures, (online) WinSum School, Bernoulli center, Lausanne.
- Spring 2019: Invariant random subgroups, Summer school on Random and Arithmetic Structures, Mathematical Science Research Institute, Berkeley.
- Spring 2019: L^2-Betti Numbers, Summer school on Random and Arithmetic Structures, Mathematical Science Research Institute, Berkeley.
- Fall 2018: Commutative algebra, Weizmann Institute of Science.
- Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021: Calculus for experimental sciences, the Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Fall 2017: Measure theory, amenability and topological groups, Women in Mathematics conference, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Fall 2016: Linear Algebra for industrial engineering and management, Ben Gurion University.
- Fall 2014: Probability for electrical engineering, Ben Gurion University.
- Introduction to tree automorphisms, part a part b
- Groups acting freely on trees, part a part b
- Bass-Serre theory, part 1a part 1b part 2a part 2b
- SL(2,Z) and other tree lattices part 1 part 2 part 3
- Locally compact groups with no non-trivial invariant random subgroups, following Le Boudec and Matte Bon's paper, part a part b
- Restriction of scalars, Ein Gedi conference 2017 on Arithmetic groups
- 2018-current: I teach math and computer science at the “Academia for Life” program.
- 2017-2018: I Volunteered at “First in science” program, encouraging high-school girls to choose STEM fields.
- 2017-2018: I tought science for elementary school students as part of the “Nobel Laureates for Excellence in Education” program.
- 2016: I gave weekly reinforcement classes in mathematics at the New Arab High School in Lod.