Dr. Menachem Shlossberg

Dr. Menachem Shlossberg

I have received my  PhD degree from Bar-Ilan University in 2014. My thesis was carried out under the supervision of Professor Michael Megrelishvili

I started working in SCE as a lecturer in October 2018 after returning to Israel from a postdoctoral position in the University of Udine, Italy. My main research interests are: minimal topological groups, non-archimedean topological groups and free topological groups

Profile

Mathematics department
Lecturer
Be'er Sheva
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Education

2007-2014             Ph.D. in Mathematics, Bar-Ilan University.
Dissertation Title: Non-archimedean topological groups and minimality.
Adviser: Prof. Michael Megrelishvili.

2007-2008             Teaching Diploma, Bar-Ilan University.

2003-2007             M.Sc. in Mathematics (Magna Cum Laude), Bar-Ilan University.
Thesis Title: Minimality in topological groups and Heisenberg type groups.
Adviser: Prof. Michael Megrelishvili.

1998-2001             B.Sc. in Mathematics and Statistics (Magna Cum Laude), Bar-Ilan University.

Publications

Minimality in topological groups and Heisenberg type groups

Topol. Proc.  35 (2010), 331-344.

 

Notes on non-archimedean topological groups (with M. Megrelishvili)

Topol. Appl. 159 (2012), 2497-2505.

 

Free non-archimedean topological groups (with M. Megrelishvili)

Comment. Math. Univ. Carolin. 54 (2013), no.2, 273-312.

 

On Graev type ultra-metrics

Topol. Proc. 45 (2015), 217-226.

Non-archimedean transportation problems and Kantorovich ultra-norms (with M. Megrelishvili)

p-adic Numbers, Ultrametric Analysis and Applications 8 (2016), no.2, 125-148.

 

Minimality of the semidirect product  (with M. Megrelishvili and L. Polev)

Topol. Proc.  49 (2017), 199-210.

 

Balanced and Functionally balanced P-groups

Topol. Algebra and its Appl. 6 (2018), no.1, 53-59.

 

Hereditarily minimal topological groups (with W. Xi, D. Dikranjan and D. Toller), to appear in 

Forum Mathematicum.

 

Algebraic entropy on strongly compactly covered groups (with A. Giordano Bruno and D. Toller), to appear in Topology and its Applications.

Courses

Calculus 1
Calculus 2
Linear Algebra