# Research Groups

## Algebraic Geometry and Number Theory

### Recurring Seminars

- the "Representation Theory" seminar

### Group Members

## Applied Mathematics and Differential Equations

### Group Members

## Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics

The members of the research group in Combinatorics and Discrete Mathematics (CDM, for short) conduct research in the areas of *graph theory*, *algebraic combinatorics*, *discrete geometry*, *combinatorial optimization* and other fields of discrete mathematics.

A seminar in Algebraic Combinatorics is working since Fall 1995 with a special emphasis on promoting students' interests in CDM.

The CDM group includes people whose interests permanently lie in the area as well as those whose combinatorial activities are sporadic.

### Recurring Seminars

- the "Combinatorics Seminar" seminar

### Group Members

## Dynamical systems and Ergodic theory

### Recurring Seminars

- the "BGU Probability and Ergodic Theory (PET) seminar" seminar
- the "Group Theory and Geometry (GGT)" seminar

### Group Members

## Functional Analysis, Operator Theory and Operator Algebras

### Group Members

## Geometry and Topology

### Recurring Seminars

- the "Group Theory and Geometry (GGT)" seminar

### Group Members

Name |
Email |
Research Interests |
Courses |
---|---|---|---|

Dr. Michael Brandenbursky | brandens | Basic Concept in Toplogy and Geometry | |

Prof. Michael Levin | mlevine | Calculus 2 For Computer Science and Software Engineering and Introduction to Topology | |

Dr. Sieye Ryu | sieye |

## Mathematical and Computational Logic

The mathematical and computational logic group at BGU conducts research in *set theory*, *model theory*, *general topology*, *Boolean algebras* and, in theoretical computer science, *concurrency*, *logic programming* and *lambda calculus*.