MS Alumni - Thesis - Carrier after CEU

Class of 2017

1 year MS program

Gergely Ódor - Global Information Loss and Criticality in Resistance Matrices - Ph.D. program of EPFL, Lausanne in Computer Science.

Nikita Merkulov - Spread Options Pricing with Stochastic Correlation  Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management (www.arpm.co) as a researcher-consultant and PhD studies in the University of Leeds, UK

2 year MS program

Natalie Bila - The chip-firing game on complete and complete bipartite graphs

Candan GUDUCU - Distance minimization following paths back to the roots  Berlin Mathematical School for PhD

András KÁRPÁTI - All Roads lead to the Depo: Comparison of Methods for Solving the Vehicle Routing Problem

Nawaf – MOHAMMED - A Comparison Of Optimal Strategies Under Law Invariant Coherent Risk Measures and Utility Functionals

Hailemariam TEKILE - Incomplete Pairwise Comparison Matrices in Multi-Criteria Decision Making and Ranking - University of Gondar (Ethiopia) as a Lecturer (Optimization and its applications). 

Jiangnan YU - A Computation Of Knot Floer Homology Of Special (1,1)-Knots

Oguzhan YURUK - A geometric relation between the roots and critical points of finite blaschke products: gauss-lucas theorem in hyperbolic geometry  Research assistant and PhD student at TU Berlin 

 Class of 2016

Trevor Chilombo CHIMPINDE (Zambia): Maximal Subgroups and Character Theory

 Ayan MAITI (India): Base size of finite primitive solvable permutation groups  Phd student - in Mathematics at Oklahoma State University

 Kinga TIKOSI (Romania): Merton's Portfolio Problem Phd student – CEU

Class of 2015

Apratim DE (India): Hille-Yosida Theorem and some Applications

Hakan DOGA (Turkey): Knot Concordance Groups and Their Relations

Francisco Gonzales de COSSIO (Mexico): First-order Differential Inclusions Governed by Maximal Monotone Operators

Beka ERGEMLIDZE (Georgia) : Characterizing of digraphs with every edge in a fixed number of cycles – Phd student - CEU

Abhishek METHUKU (India): On the size of the largest P-free families – Phd student - CEU

Denis NAGOVITCYN (Russian Federation): Pathwise approximation of the Feynman-Kac formula Morgan Staley Analytics Hungary- Quantitative Risk Analyst in Market Risk Methodology group

Nika SALIA (Georgia): Graphs with Isomorphic DFS Spanning Trees  - PhD student - CEU

Yao WANG ( China): Sums of p-th Roots of Unity

Class of 2014

Elona FETAHU, (Albania): On Semigroups Of Linear Operators Department of Mathematics, Aleksander Xhuvani University, Elbasan, Albania as a research assistant

Izmir Institute of Technology, Izmir, Turkey –PhD student

Aziz ISSAKA, (Ghana): Some Results on Two Asymptotic Series of Ramanujan

Mate KOVACS  (Hungary): Symmetry and Structure of graphs

Viktoriya ROMANCHUK (Russian Federation): The Bieberbach Conjecture - Accenture as Application Developing Analyst

Class of 2013

Giorgi NADIRADZE (Georgia): Bounded Diameter Minimum Spanning Tree

Anton PEREPELYUK  (Ukraine): On distribution of prime numbers

Hai Thi TRINH ( Viet Nam): Proximal point algorithms

Anastasiia ZALASHKO (Ukraine): Empirical Pricing of American Options - University of Vienna, Faculty of Mathematics, Stochastics and Financial Mathematics research group – Phd student

Alexander ZIMIN (Russian Federation): Online Learning in Markovian Decision Processes

 

Class of 2012

Osman E. ALI (Ethiopia): On Variational and Hemivariational Inequalities

Levan BEZHANISHVILI (Georgia): Algorithmic and computational questions concerning matrices

Yuriy HULOVATYY (Ukraine): Extremal Combinatorial Problems in Relational Databases

Siddharth MATHUR (India), PhD Student, Washington University: Lubin-Tate Extensions and Local Class Field Theory. An Explicit Consturction of the Artin Map

Christoph PFISTER (Switzerland): On Dynamic Systems and Control

Zsolt SZABÓ (Hungary), PhD Student, University of Singapore: EM algorithm and its applications for mixture models

Johannes WACHS (Germany / USA): The Geometry and Algebra of Spherical Spaces

 

Class of 2011

Alexander DIBERT (Russian Federation): Generalized secret sharing

Daniel GLASSCOCK (USA), PhD Student, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio: Sumset Estimates in Abelian Groups - Zelevinsky Research Instructorship (a postdoc position) at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts

Scott KENSELL (USA), PhD Student, Central European University, Budapest: Intersection of longest paths 

Taqseer KHAN (India): Distributive Lattices

Miklós PÁLFIA (Hungary), PhD, Lecturer, Budapest University of Technology and Economics:  On Affine Matrix Means

Casey TOMPKINS (USA), PhD Student, Central European University, Budapest: Generalizations of Classical Theorems in Extremal Set Theory

 

Class of 2010

Siarhei CHARNYI (Belarus): Solving Maximin Problem by Decomposition to Smooth and Nonsmooth Problems

Anna KURDYUKOVA (Russian Federation): Factor Models

Kalina MINCEVA (Bulgaria), PhD student, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA: Automorphisms of non-Abelian p-groups – Yale University – USA – assistant professor

Joel RAVELOMANANTSOA-RATSIMIHAH (Madagascar), Fellow, United Nations University, International Institute for Software Technology in Macau: Understanding Definability in First-Order Logic

Balazs SZIKLAI (Hungary), Researcher, Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences: On The Symmetry of Finite Pseudorandom Binary Sequences