I am a Courant Instructor (postdoc) at NYU's Courant Institute. I received my Ph.D. from the Hebrew University under the supervision of Nati Linial.
My main research interests are probabilistic combinatorics, discrete topology and graph theory.
Minimum weight disk triangulations and fillings. Itai Benjamini, Eyal Lubetzky and Yuval Peled, Preprint.
On words of non-Hermitian random matrices. Guillaume Dubach and Yuval Peled, Preprint.
Efficient, local and symmetric Markov chains that generate one-factorizations, Maya Dotan, Nati Linial and Yuval Peled. Preprint.
Expander graphs, both local and global. Michael Chapman, Nati Linial and Yuval Peled, FOCS 2019, and Combinatorica, to appear.
On simple connectivity of random 2-complexes. Zur Luria and Yuval Peled. Preprint.
Enumeration and randomized constructions of hypertrees. Nati Linial and Yuval Peled. Random Strutures and Algorithms, 55(3):677–695, 2019.
Random simplicial complexes - Around the phase transition. Nati Linial and Yuval Peled. A Journey Through Discrete Mathematics, 543-570.
Integral homology of random simplicial complexes. Tomasz Łuczak and Yuval Peled. Discrete and Computational Geometry, 59(2018) 131-142.
A random triadic process. Dániel Korándi, Yuval Peled and Benny Sudakov. SIAM J. of Discrete Math. 30 (2016), 1-19.
On the phase transition in random simplicial simplicial complexes. Nati Linial and Yuval Peled. Annals of Mathematics, 184(2016) 745--773.
Extremal problems on shadows and hypercuts in simplicial complexes. Nati Linial, Ilan Newman, Yuval Peled and Yuri Rabinovich. Israel Journal of Mathematics, 229(2019) 133-163.
On the densities of cliques and independent sets in graphs. Hao Huang, Nati Linial, Humberto Naves, Yuval Peled and Benny Sudakov. Combinatorica, 32(2016), 493-512.
On the 3-local profiles of graphs. Hao Huang, Nati Linial, Humberto Naves, Yuval Peled and Benny Sudakov. Journal of Graph Theory, 76, (2014), 236--248.
Courant Institute of
Mathematical Sciences, New York University
Department of Mathematics
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