After a tour through astrophysics and cosmology at the first and second degrees, Omer entered into mathematical modeling of dryland ecosystems. Omer finished his Ph.D. at the Physics Department of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel. Starting from November 2019, Omer is a postdoctoral researcher at The Laboratory of Diseases Transmission modeling and Analysis (LEMA) Department of Industrial Engineering Faculty of Engineering Tel-Aviv University. At LEMA Omer is venturing into data science and complex networks in the context of epidemiology.

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