Neta is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Geological and Environmental Sciences Department at BGU. She holds an M.Sc. in geophysics and a B.Sc. in engineering geology, both from BGU. She works as a teaching assistant in the following courses: Plate tectonics, Geophysics and Computing for the Geoscientist.
Neta investigates crustal deformation by linking recent geodetic-based rotations with long-term paleomagnetic rotations. She uses mechanical modeling to investigate spatial and temporal intraplate rotation patterns near major faults over different timescales. Currently, she is interested in the distribution of deformation across major fault systems in northern Israel.