​YOCHAY JERBY
​PhD, Mathematics (ETH, Zürich, 2011)
​​​Research Interests:

In my research I am interested in applications of modern computational abilities to various questions in contemporary mathematics (homological algebra, mirror symmetry and number theory) 
Current position:

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Einstein Institute of Mathematics, ​​
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
​​​Contact Information

E-mail: yochay dot jerby at gmail dot com
(p.s if you are a robot just send to: yochay.jerby@gmail.com )

​​Personal Interest

​Modern Computers and Classical Number Theory
Current research and results:


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1.  ​Mirror Symmetry of toric Fano manifolds - Overview
2. ​Mirror Symmetry of toric Fano manifolds - monodromies   visualization 
​Useful Links


1. Expiremental \ Computational mathematics - resources
2. Applications\ ​Data Science\AI\ML resources and links
Selected Publications:

1. The symplectic topology of projective manifolds with small dual, Int. Math. Res. Not., IMRN, 19, 2013 (Joint with P. Biran).

2. On Morse Bott degenerations with Crit(π)=ℙ^k and Floer homology, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 142, 2014.


3. On Landau-Ginzburg systems, quivers and monodromy. Journal of Geometry and Physics, 98, 2015.

4. On exceptional collections of line bundles and mirror symmetry for toric Del-Pezzo surfaces, Journal of Mathematical Physics, 58, 2017.

5. On Landau-Ginzburg systems and D(X) of various toric manifolds with small picard group, arXiv:1605.00302 (under review).