Renan Gross
Background
I am a PhD student of mathematics at the Weizmann Institute of Science, studying under the supervision of Ronen Eldan.
Before that I completed my masters in mathematics at the Weizmann Institute of Science (2017).
Before that I completed my undergraduate degree in mathematics and physics at the Technion (2015).
Before that I studied in the Israel Arts and Science Academy high school (2008).
I am interested in graph theory, probability, combinatorics, their union and their intersection.
The Boolean Zoo: This is a collaborative wiki whose purpose is to provide an extensive list of examples and counterexamples in Boolean function analysis. This is a (constant) workinprogress; contributions are welcome!
Here is my blog. It contains expositions, technical explorations, random musings, and sometimes, plain nonsense.
Publications
The duplicube graph  a hybrid of structure and randomness, Itai Benjamini, Yotam Dikstein, R. Gross and Maksim Zhukovskii.
arXiv 2022. 
Noise sensitivity from fractional query algorithms and the axisaligned Laplacian, R. Gross.
arXiv 2022.

Brownian motion can feel the shape of a drum, R. Gross.
arXiv 2020.

A phase diagram for bacterial swarming, Avraham Be'er, Bella Ilkanaiv, R. Gross, Daniel Kearns, Sebastian Heidenreich, Markus Bär and Gil Ariel.
Communication Physics 3, 66 (2020).

Concentration on the Boolean hypercube via pathwise stochastic analysis, Ronen Eldan and R. Gross.
Inventiones mathematicae 2022. Presented in STOC 2020.

A conformal Skorokhod embedding, R. Gross.
Electronic Communications in Probability Volume 24 (2019).

Decomposition of meanfield Gibbs distributions into product measures, Ronen Eldan and R. Gross.
Electronic Journal of Probability Volume 23 (2018).

Exponential random graphs behave like mixtures of stochastic block models, Ronen Eldan and R. Gross.
Annals of Applied Probability 2018, Vol. 28, No. 6, 36983735. 
Indistinguishable sceneries on the Boolean hypercube, R. Gross and Uri Grupel.
Combinatorics, Probability and Computing June 2018.

Quasispecies in population of compositional assemblies, R. Gross, Itzhak Fouxon, Doron Lancet and Omer Markovitch.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 2014 14:265.

Bounding the seed length of Miller and Shi's unbounded randomness expansion protocol, R. Gross and Scott Aaronson.
arXiv 2014.

Bridges, string art and Bèzier curves, R. Gross.
+plus magazine, 2012.

Summer School of Science
The Summer School of Science is an international summer science camp for high school students in Croatia. I have had the pleasure of leading a weeklong project there three times (1) (2) (3). This camp is a great opportunity for highschoolers to do science and meet friends abroad, and I wholeheartidly recommend it.
A note on the images:
 The upper left image shows a selfavoiding walk. The image is taken from the wikimedia commons and was made by the user Rocchini.
 The upper right image shows the output of a bacteriatracking program I wrote in collaboration with Avraham Be'er. He studies the collective motion of bacteria, and you can read more about this work here.
 The lower left image shows a tiger deformed by a (mostly) analytic complex function. You can read more about this here.
 The lower right image shows a planar Brownian motion hitting a closed curve. The xposition of the motion has the uniform distribution on [1,1]. See here for more.
 The center image shows me, crudely pasted onto a background of critical hexagonal percolation. The thick bold curve denotes a crossing alongside open sites.
Background image from wikimedia commons by Erzbischof.
A very short biography
 13.8 · 10^{9} BC: Universe created
 2005  2008: Israel Arts and Science Academy
 2008  2012: IDF
 2012  2015: The Technion
 2015  2020: The Weizmann Institute of Science
This section is under construction.
Fun
 My blog.

I occasionally write and perform spoken word poetry. Here is my most popular piece amongst mathematicians:
A complete playlist can be found here.
 I've played the piano since I was 11. Here is a video of the "Phrase Inversal" quartet in the Technion, of which I was a part, playing the first movement of Mozart's g minor quartet:
Contact
 Email: It is an ancient and respected tradition, for academics to "obfuscate" their email address. I am happy to follow that tradition:
renan.gross $at$ weizmann.ac.il  My Weizmann info card