Past Students (and some of their theses)
Shlomo Hoory. Thesis:
On Graphs of High Girth
Yonatan Bilu. Thesis:
On spectral properties of graphs and their application to clustering
The protein metric space: A study in clustering
Elon Portugaly. Thesis:
Identifying and Classifying Recurrent Evolutionary Conserved Units in Proteins
Thesis awarded the 2008 Nessyhau Prize
Menachem Fromer. Thesis:
A probabilistic approach to the design of structural selectivity of proteins.
Lior Aronshtam. Thesis:
Thresholds in the theory of random simplicial complexes.
Avraham Morgenstern. Thesis:
Local and multidimensional theories of tournaments.
Doron Puder. Thesis:
Words Maps and their Combinatorial and Algebraic Aspects.
Thesis awarded the 2015 Nessyhau Prize
Amit Daniely. Thesis:
The hardness of learning.
Amir Ban. Thesis:
The dynamics of reputation systems.
Zur Luria. Thesis:
Chaim Even-Zohar. Thesis:
Yuval Peled. Thesis:
Phase Transitions in Random Simplicial Complexes.
Thesis awarded the 2019 Nessyhau Prize
Shelly Mahlab-Aviv, Thesis:
Studying post-translational regulation layers: Modeling the dynamics of molecular interactions in living cells.
Yonatan Mosheiff. Thesis:
Combinatorics, Symmetry and Randomness.
Michael Simkin. Thesis:
Finding Structure with Randomness.
Yehezkel (Hezi) Mahlev.
David (Dudu) Statter.
Random Simplicial Complxes and the Construction of Linear Error-Correcting Codes.
Asymptotically almost every 2r-regular graph has an internal partition.