Michael Cidor is a graduate in architecture from the Betzalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem. Between the years 2013-2015 he worked at the Zionist Central Archives, cataloging and organizing the collections of architects Richard Kauffmann and David Reznik, and produced an exhibition and a printed catalog for Kauffmann. From 2015 he is working together with a team of researchers and writers, led by Professor Zvi Efrat, on a book and an exhibition on the work of Kauffmann as the main figure in Zionist spatial planning. From 2016 he works as leading researcher in the National Library’s joint project with the Jerusalem and Heritage Ministry titled "Visual Culture and the Performing Arts" in which he is in charge of evaluating, cataloging and digitizing architecture collections. In the framework of Traces and Treasures of German Jewish History Michael is cataloging the papers of Shalom Reichman.