Dr. Shai Sarussi
Doctor Sarussi, whose particular research focus is directed toward the study of algebras of valuation domains, together with their prime spectra, endorses the proposition that valuation theory is a powerful tool in commutative algebra. He believes that this theory is also quite helpful in the study of division rings. Because a quasi-valuation is a much more flexible tool than a valuation, and because it can be found more easily and more frequently, Doctor Sarussi hopes to make the quasi-valuation a productive tool as well. His research is directed toward establishing and testing a rich theory, so that researchers in other branches of mathematics can use the concept of quasi-valuation and implement it for their own use
2009-2010 : Post-Doctorate position, Bar-Ilan University. Research
subject: Quasi-valuations on noncommutative rings.
2008- 2009 : Post-Doctorate position, Technion. Research subject:
Quasi-valuations on noncommutative rings.
2004- 2008 : Ph.D studies in mathematics, Bar-Ilan University,
average-99. Specializing in algebra, thesis subject:
2003-2004: M.Sc. in mathematics, Bar-Ilan University.
Specializing in algebra, average-97 with highest honor.
Thesis subject: polynomials over division rings.
1999-2002: B.Sc. in mathematics and computer science, Bar-Ilan University.
Average-93 with honours.
Algebras over valuation domains
Prime spectra of rings
Cuts of ordered sets.
2015-2016: GIF research grant.
Discrete mathematics, Calculus 1 and 2
Complex analysis and differential equations
Logic and discrete structures 2, Sce College