Popular Articles:

Extrasolar Planets, Extraterrestrial Life, and Why it Matters (2012, Euresis Jornal)

Interviews:

On the discovery of gravitational waves (2016 Ynet interview, Hebrew)

Near-Earth asteroids (2016 Globes Magazine interview, Hebrew)

Supernovas, Cosmology, Dark Energy, (2011 Globes Magazine interview, Hebrew)

Hubble Space Telescope turns 20 (2010 radio interview, Hebrew)

Microlensing discovery of an extrasolar planetary system (2008 TV interview, in Italian!)

Popular Lectures:

Gravitational waves: a new window to the Universe. TAU Astroclub 24/2/2016 (Hebrew)

Extraterrestrial life: the next wakeup call from Copernicus? BGU 19/1/2016 (Hebrew)

Big bang, black holes, and gravitational lenses: general relativity turns 100, TAU 24/11/2015, TED-style talk (Hebrew)

Extrasolar planets, extraterrestrial life, and why it matters, TAU 20/4/2015 (Hebrew)

Supernovae: super-accelerators, sources of the elements, and messengers of dark energy, TAU, 6/5/2013 (Hebrew)

Gravitational Lenses: Einstein's natural telescopes, TAU, 24/10/2011 (Hebrew)

Supernovas and the Creation of the Elements, TAU Astroclub 6/4/2011 (Hebrew)

Ground or Space? The future of astronomical observations, Hebrew University, 30/8/2009 (Hebrew)

Gravitational Lenses: Einstein's natural telescopes, Hebrew University 01/12/2005 (Hebrew)

To the edge of the universe with the Hubble Space Telescope, TAU 25/3/2003 (Hebrew)

Professional Talks:

The planet frequency from ogle-moa-wise 2nd generation microlensing, in 20th Microlensing Workshop, Paris 13/1/2016 (English)

Microlensing: Theory and Observations, Jerusalem Winter School on Extrasolar Planets, 30/12/2015 (English)

SN Ia rates and the delay time distribution, in Carnegie SN Ia progenitor workshop, Pasadena, 4/8/2015 (English)

Iron Enrichment vs. Cosmic Time from SN Rates, in The metal enrichment of diffuse gas in the Universe, Sexten, Italy, 29/7/2015 (ppt of talk)

Mini-course: Gravitational Lensing, Basics and Applications 05/2008, Arcetri (English, PDF of power point)

Cluster and Field Supernova Rates vs. Redshift, 08/03/2007, KITP-UCSB (English, video+power-point)

Gravitational Lens Surveys and Statistics, 06/10/2006, KITP-UCSB (English, video+power-point)