# Yasha Neiman

B.Sc. Physics (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)

B.A. Computer Science (Open University of Israel)

Office: Lab 2, A628

As we learn, there comes a point where no one has the answers to our questions. Research becomes inevitable. My main interest is in the various attempts to reconcile gravitation with quantum theory. I am particularly interested in situations where only a finite portion of space is observable, as is the case in our Universe due to its accelerated expansion. My current line of attack involves a study of higher-spin holography in de Sitter space, with the aim of reconstructing physics in observable regions from the holographic theory at infinity. Apart from this ongoing program, I would be happy to work with any student or postdoc with good ideas, be it in fundamental theory in general or gravity in particular.

#### Professional Experience

- Pennsylvania State University, postdoctoral researcher, 2012-2014
- Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, postdoctoral fellow, 2014-2017

#### Awards

- Israeli Physical Society award for Ph.D. research in theoretical physics, 2011
- Buchmann fellowship, Tel Aviv University, 2010
- Awards for graduate research, 2007-2011

#### Select Publications

- A. David, N. Fischer and Y. Neiman, "Spinor-helicity variables for cosmological horizons in de Sitter space", PRD 100, 045005 (2019) [arXiv:1906.01058]
- Y. Neiman, "The holographic dual of the Penrose transform", JHEP 1801 (2018) 100 [arXiv:1709.08050]
- I. Halpern and Y. Neiman, “Holography and quantum states in elliptic de Sitter space”, JHEP 1512 (2015) 057 [arXiv:1509.05890]
- Y. Neiman, “Higher spin gravity as a theory on a fixed (anti) de Sitter background”, JHEP 1504 (2015) 144 [arXiv:1502.06685]
- Y. Neiman, “Action and entanglement in gravity and field theory”, Phys.Rev.Lett. 111 (2013) no.26, 261302 [arXiv:1310.1839]
- Y. Neiman and Y. Oz, “Relativistic hydrodynamics with general anomalous charges”, JHEP 1103 (2011) 023 [arXiv:1011.5107]