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Hi there!
I am a Phillip Griffiths Assistant Research Professor at Duke University's math department as well as at the Rhodes Interdisciplinary Initiative. I am currently privilaged to be working with Prof. Ingrid Daubechies. Before that, I have completed my PhD in applied mathematics at Tel-Aviv University (my thesis) under the mentoring of Prof. David Levin. My MSc was co-mentored by Prof. Levin and Prof. Israel Finkelstein from the Department of Archaeology and Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations. 

My research ranges between analysis of high dimensional data from a geometrical perspective and the application of mathematical and statistical methods in digital humanities (see the PROJECTS tab).

Other than that, I am a flute player (see the MUSIC tab), and I am a math-therapist (yes... it is an oxymoron - but it is real - if you are interested, ask me about it! or just visit the MATHERAPY tab)

email: barakino@math.duke.edu

 

Some of my research even made it to the public media.

See below some selected interviews conducted with me and my colleagues regarding the Computerized Paleography project:

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An interview at the NYT about statistical evidence for high literacy rates in Judah of the 600 BCE

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An interview at the HAARETZ about the Computerized Paleography project

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An interview at the NYT about revealing a new inscription using Multispectral Imaging techniques on the backside of an inscription that was lying in the museum for more than half a century.

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