Shlomi Reuveni is broadly interested in complex systems governed by statistical laws and random events. At the lab, he tries to understand how fundamental limitations on cell growth have shaped the architecture of ribosomes. His work combines theory, mathematical modeling, and data analysis.
Before coming to Harvard, Shlomi graduated the Adi Lautman interdisciplinary program for outstanding students, obtained a B.Sc (Mathematics), an M.Sc (Physical Chemistry), a Ph.D. (Physical Chemistry), and a second Ph.D. (Probability, Statistics, and Operations Research). All his studies were done at Tel Aviv University.
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