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Research Grants:

 

1991-1994 ,[1994-1996], [1995-1998], [1997-2000] Ministry of Science and Arts, Israel

1995-1998 Binational Science Foundation US-Israel

1995-1998 The Israel Science Foundation

2002-2005 German-Israeli Foundation

2007-2010 The Israeli science Foundation

Research Students:

 

Present:

1. 2002-present N.Gurevich. Ms. Student, Ben Gurion University.

2. 2005-present N.Krapivnik. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

3. 2006-present Y.Geifman. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University

4. 2007-present A.Rudykh. Ms. Student, Ben Gurion University.

5 2006-present S.Dubrovskii Post-doctorant, Ben Gurion University.

 

Past:

1. 1983-85, T.G. Latfullin, Ph.D. Novosibirsk State University, USSR.

2. 1985-87, A.S. Romanov, Ph.D. Novosibirsk State University, USSR.

3. 1988-90, R.Yu. Tchinak, Ph.D. Novosibirsk State University, USSR.

4. 1988-90, V.N. Sitnikov, Ph.D. Novosibirsk State University, USSR.

5. 1988-90, L.I. Kononenko, Ph.D. Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk, USSR.

6. 1991-93, A. Zinoviev, Ph.D student. Ben-Gurion University.

7. 1991-93, V. Panfilov, Ph.D Student. Ben-Gurion University.

8. 1994-95, I. Goldfarb, Postdoctorant, Ben-Gurion University.

9. 1995-99, G.Kuzmenko. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

10. 1996-99, U.Gabor. Ms. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

11. 1999-2003 V.Bikov. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

12. 1999-2004 Z.Olcha. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

13. 2000-2005 D.Katz. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

14. 2002-2006 S.Borok. Ph.D. Student, Ben-Gurion University.

15. 2002-2005 N.Mordeev. Ms. Student, Ben Gurion University.

16. 2002-2005 A.Vladimirski. Ms. Student, Ben Gurion University.

17. 2002-2006 Ju. Shramkov. Ms. Student, Ben Gurion University.

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Research Interests:

 

Applied Mathematics: Mathematical Problem of Combustion, Chemical

Engineering Science, Asymptotic and Perturbation Methods in Differential Equations.

Pure Mathematics: Analysis on Manifolds, Differential Geometry, Functional

Analysis, Geometrical Theory of Functions.