My graduate students

I am very pleased to have been able to supervise some truly outstanding graduate students, and the opportunity to have worked so closely with them has surely been one of the most rewarding aspects of my career as a mathematician.  How pleasant it has been in each case to see our interactions transform over the years from one of teacher and student to one of earnest colleagues, as each of them gained intellectual and mathematical power over their dominion.  I look forward to many years of mathematical interactions with them; surely I shall continue to learn a great deal from them.

My current Ph.D. students are:

My graduate students who have completed their Ph.D. degree are:

I was the Master’s Thesis Supervisor of:

I am or was on the thesis committee for the following students (see more details):

  • Regula Krapf, Ph.D. 2017, University of Bonn
  • Jacob Davis, Ph.D. 2016, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Burak Kaya, Ph.D. 2016, Rutgers University
  • Giorgio Audrito, Ph.D. 2016, University of Torino
  • Kostas Tsaprounis, Ph.D. 2012, University of Barcelona
  • Shoshana Friedman, Ph.D. 2010, CUNY Graduate Center
  • Paul Ellis, Ph.D. 2009, Rutgers University
  • Scott Schneider, Ph.D. 2009, Rutgers University
  • Sam Coskey, Ph.D. 2008, Rutgers University
  • Joost Winter, M.S. 2007, Universiteit van Amsterdam
  • Can Baskent, M.S. 2007, Universiteit van Amsterdam
  • Yurii Khomskii, M.S. 2007, Universiteit van Amsterdam
  • Federico Marulanda Rey, Ph.D. 2007, Columbia University,
  • Erez Shochat, Ph.D. 2006, CUNY Graduate Center
  • Ivan Welty, Ph.D. 2006, Columbia University
  • Sidney Raffer, Ph.D. 1999, CUNY Graduate Center

Please see more:  About my students

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