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Exhibition
Between September and November 2005 the Niels Bohr Institute library held an exhibition of my pottery.
Click on the invitation to go to the on-line catalogue.

invitation

Photo galleries
To see pictures of my works, browse over the photo gallery, where you will find some of my favorite pieces. Those galleries include pieces that made while I was in Israel, and will not be part of my exhibition at the Niels Bohr Institute. I also have pages for specific subjects: teapots, vases, kitchenware and other stuff. You can also reach those pages by following the links on the left.

My research
I am a post-doctoral fellow at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen. My work is in the field of theoretical physics, specifically string theory.

If you want to read a bit about my work, I made this page that describes my work with Joan Simon and Tomeu Fiol on Goedel universes (time machines) in string theory.

More photos
September 2005 update:
Finally some pictures I took in Denmark! Those are photos of pieces shown at my exhibition at the Niels Bohr Institute library September 16 through November 11.
bowls
May 2003 update:
Yet more images, including these piggy banks are collected here.
piggy
January 2003 update:
Here are some more pictures. I gave the tea-set on the right to Yamit and Eran. You can find the new pictures in the different galleries, or collected here.
teapot
October 2002 update:
I added pictures of some new pieces, including the tea-set on the right, which I gave to Harlan. You can find them in the different galleries, or collected here.
teapot
July 2002 update:
I just got back from a summer school in string theory that took place at Cargese, Corsica. Here are a few impressions of the place:

Town Hike People

If you want to see more pictures, go to the page I made.