Dr. Haim Attia

Dr. Haim Attia

Haim Attia (PhD, 2012 and MSc, 2005 in mathematics at Ben Gurion University), is a lecturer in the mathematics department and since 2011 has served as the academic director of the pre-academic program of Sami Shamoon Academic College of Engineering in Beer Sheva.  He is actively engaged in research on operator theory and stochastic processes, as well as exploring mathematics education enhancement in pre-academic programs for potential students of engineering and the sciences.  His research publications have appeared in the leading journals of theoretical and applied mathematics

Profile

Academic preparatory program
Head of the program, Be'er Sheva Senior teacher
Be'er Sheva
Be'er Sheva

Be'er Sheva

404 D Building(60)

Education

2008-2012  Ph.D. in Mathematics.  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.  Adviser: Prof. Alpay, D.      

2003-2005  M.Sc.in Mathematical finace.  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.  Adviser: Prof. Alpay, D.      

1999-2003  B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer  Sciences.  Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.

Publications

1.    Realization theorems for stationary multiscale systems.

       Linear Algebra and its Applications, vol. 412 (2006), pp.326-347.

2.    Une generalization de l’integrale stochastique de Wick-Ito

        Comptes-Rendus mathematique (Paris), 346 (2008), pp.261-265.

3.     D. Alpay and H. Attia. An interpolation problem for functions with values in a

        commutative ring. Operator Theory: Advances and Applications , vol. 218 (2011),

        pp. 1-17.  

4.     D. Alpay, H. Attia and D. Levanony. On the characteristics of a class of Gaussian     

         processes within the white noise space setting. Stochastic Processes and their

         Applications, vol. 120 (issue 7), pp. 1074-1104 (2010).  

    5.      Daniel Alpay, Haim Attia, David Levanony . White noise based stochastic calculus         associated with a class of Gaussian processes. Opuscula Mathematica, vol.32/3 (2012)                ,pp. 401-422 

Courses

Differential and Integral Calculus

 

Linear Algebra 

 

Introduction to Mathematics