Research Areas
Name  Research field  

Prof. Ron Adin  Algebraic combinatorics  
Prof. Gideon Amir  Probability theory – with an emphasis on random walks, interacting particle systems and random graphs  
Prof. Gil Ariel  Applied and computational mathematics: dynamical systems with multiple time scales, mathematical  
Dr. Baruch Barzel 
Complex systems and nonlinear dynamics, stochastic processes, networks, statistical physics 

Dr. Jonathan Beck  Representation Theory, Quantum Groups  
Prof. Alexei Belov  Ring theory, Semigroup theory,Polynomial automorphisms, Quantization,Symbolical dynamic combinatorial geometry and its mechanical applications, Elementary mathematics and Mathematical education  
Dr. Shimon Brooks  Ergodic Theory, Spectral Theory, Quantum Chaos.  
Prof. Reuven Cohen 
Complex networks, graph theory, probability, complexity, discrete geometry 

Dr. Simcha (Simi) Haber  Financial Mathematics,, Computational Finance, Probabilistic Combinatorics, Finite Model Theory, Graph Theory  
Prof. Kenneth Hochberg  Probability, stochastic processes and their applications, superprocesses, measurevalued stochastic processes, stochastic processes of higherorder and their connection to partial differential equations  
Dr. Eyal Kaplan 
Automorphic forms 

Prof. Mikhail Katz  Differential geometry, Riemannian geometry, lowdimensional topology, Riemann surfaces, mathematics education, history of mathematics, infinitesimals  
Prof. Nathan Keller  Combinatorics – Discrete harmonic analysis and its applications to Combinatorics and related fields including Probability theory, Social choice theory etc. Cryptography – design and cryptanalysis of symmetric key cryptosystems.  
Prof. Yakov Krasnov  Qualitative theory of partial differential equations, complex and hypercomplex analysis, numerical methods  
Prof. Boris Kunyavski  Algebraic geometry, algebraic groups (including computational problems and applications in coding theory and publickey cryptography)  
Prof. Andrei Lerner  Real analysis, harmonic analysis  
Prof. Nir Lev  Harmonic Analysis  
Prof. Mordechay Levin  Probabilistic diophantine approximation, applications of number theory to numerical analysis  
Prof. Elijah Liflyand  Harmonic analysis, approximation theory, functions of several complex variables  
Prof. Yoram Louzoun  Mathematical biology, bioinformatics, graph theory, stochastic processes, machine learning  
Prof. Stuart Margolis  Representation theory, semigroups, theory of automata, formal languages, computational algebra, combinatorial group theory, computational complexity theory  
Dr. Eli Matzri  
Prof. Michael Megrel  Groups of topological transformation and applications to functional analysis  
Prof. Ely Merzbach  Stochastic and spatial point processes, measure theory, martingales; random sets; statistical analysis of spatial point patterns and stochastic analysis  
Prof. Shahar Nevo  Complex analysis: normal families, operator theory: rational matrix valued functions  
Prof. Tahl Nowik  Low dimensional topology, immersions of surfaces, plane and spherical curves, knot diagrams  
Prof. Evgeny Plotkin  Algebra, linear groups  
Dr. Shifra Reif 
Representation theory, 

Prof. Andre Reznikov  Number theory, automorphic functions, representation theory  
Dr. Assaf Rinot 
combinatorial set theory, especially around the combinatorics of singular cardinals 

Prof. Yuval Roichman  Combinatorics, graph theory, representation theory, Coxeter groups  
Prof. Louis Rowen  Noncommutative algebra, finite dimensional division algebras and the structure theory of rings, tropical algebras  
Dr. Michael Schein  Algebraic number theory, Galois representations  
Prof. Jeremy Schiff 
Mathematical physics, differential equations, conformal field theory, integrable systems 

Prof. Leonid Shuster  Differential equations, differential operators, difference operators, asymptotical problems for differential equations and operators  
Prof. Boris Solomyak 
Fractal Geometry, Ergodic Theory 

Prof. Mina Teicher  Algebraic geometry of curves and surfaces, line arrangements and fundamental groups, braid groups and cryptography, computer vision, mathematical models of brain activity and neural computation  
Prof. Boaz Tsaban  Pure mathematics: Applications of infinite combinatorics and other set theoretic methods to real analysis and general topology.  
Prof. Uzi Vishne 
Ring theory, Division Algebras 