PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Eli Aljadeff
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No of theses 22
Department Mathematics
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Wolf Adi 2018 PhD Abstracts Galois Descent and Forms of Path Algebras
David Ofir 2016 PhD Abstracts The Center of the Generic G-Crossed Product
Geva Elimelekh 2016 PhD Abstracts On the Structure of Projective Schur Algebras
Karasik Igor 2016 PhD Abstracts On Graded and H-module Algebras Satisfying a PI
Shpigelman Yuval 2015 PhD Abstracts On the Codimension Growth of G-Graded Algebras
Sambonet Nicola 2015 PhD Abstracts On the Exponent of The Schur Multiplier
Ben David Nir 2013 PhD Abstracts On Groups of Central Type and Involutive Yang-Baxter Groups: a Cohomological Approach
Meir Ben Efraim Ehud 2010 PhD Abstracts On Certain Cohomological Properties of a Group and their Reflection in a Finite Index Subgroup
Censor Aviv 2007 PhD Abstracts Taking Groupoid C*-Algebras to the Limit
Natapov Michael 2005 PhD Abstracts Central Simple Algebras with a Projective Basis
Ginosar Yuval 1996 PhD Projective Representations of Finite Groups
Levit David 2020 MSc Abstracts Finite Dimensional Graded Division Algebras over the Field of Real Numbers
David Ofir 2012 MSc Abstracts On Regular Gradings of Algebras
Karasik Igor 2011 MSc Abstracts Crossed Products and Their Corresponding Central Polynomials
Wolf Adi 2011 MSc Abstracts Automorphisms and Forms of Path Algebras
Geva Elimelekh 2008 MSc Abstracts On Center-by-p-groups which Span Central Simple Algebras
Zerbib-Gelaki Shira 2007 MSc Abstracts On the Projective Analogue of the Brauer-Witt Theorem
Meir Ben Efraim Ehud 2006 MSc Abstracts An Explicit Formula for the Action of a Finite Group on a Commutative Ring
Ben David Nir 2005 MSc Abstracts On Groups of Central Type
Natapov Michael 2001 MSc Groups of Central Type and Division Algebras
Guralnik Elena 1999 MSc Relative Semisimplicity of Twisted Group-Rings Over Discrete Valuation Rings
Onn Uri 1995 MSc On the Relaive Semisimplicity of Twisted Group Rings