Dennis Gulko's Homepage

I am a Ph.D. student at the Department of mathematics at Ben Gurion university of the Negev in Israel.

My Ph.D. school is The Kreitman School of Advanced Graduate Studies

My main research interests are Algebraic group theory and Linear groups.

My M.Sc. and Ph.D. advisor is Dr. Yair Glasner.

My M.Sc. thesis was titled: A Frobenius type theorem for sharply 2-transitive countable linear groups.

Here is my curriculum vita.

My E-mail is: gulkod AT math DOT bgu DOT ac DOT il

My office hours for the Fall-Winter 2014 semester are:

Tuesday, 16:00-18:00, office 109, math building (58).

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Mathematical Works

v Sharply 2-transitive linear groups. With Yair Glasner. (arXiv:1208.2427), to appear in IMRN.

-        A recording of a talk about this paper, given at the 'Permutation Groups' conference in BIRS, 23.07.2013.

 

Teaching

During my B.Sc I worked on a project to create an interactive website for Calculus 1 and Calculus 2. Please contact me if you want to gain access to those.

In the past years, I have been a teaching assistant on the following courses:

v Fall-Winter 2014:

         Ordinary Differential Equations (201-1-0061)

         Algebraic Structures (201-1-7031)

         Infinitesimal Calculus 2 (201-1-0021)

         Discrete Mathematics (201-1-2201)

v Spring 2014:

         Infinitesimal Calculus 2 (201-1-0021)

         Introduction to Logic and Set Theory (201-1-0201)

         Discrete Mathematics (201-1-2201)

v Fall-Winter 2014:

         Ordinary Differential Equations (201-1-0061)

         Algebraic Structures (201-1-7031)

v Spring 2013:

         Discrete Mathematics (201-1-2201)

v Fall-Winter 2013:

         Ordinary Differential Equations (201-1-0061)

         Algebraic Structures (201-1-7031)

v Spring 2012:

         Discrete Mathematics (201-1-2201)

         Introduction to Complex Analysis (201-1-0071)

v Fall-Winter 2012:

         Algebraic Structures (201-1-7031)

         Introduction to Complex Analysis (201-1-0071)

v Spring 2011

         Discrete Mathematics (201-1-2201)

v Fall-Winter 2011

         Introduction to Complex Analysis (201-1-0071)

v Spring 2010

         Algebra 2 (201-1-7021)

v Fall-Winter 2010

         Introduction to Complex Analysis (201-1-0071)

v Spring 2009

         Algebra 2 (201-1-7021)

v Fall-Winter 2009

         Introduction to Complex Analysis (201-1-0071)