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Recent PhD Graduates

This is a list of our recent PhD graduates within the past five years together with their thesis title, advisor and current affiliation (if we know it).

A complete list of all our PhD graduates is available here.

Nawal Alznad
Thesis: T-de Vries algebras
Summer 2018, advisor Rick Ball

Dennis Pace
Thesis: Surface entropy of shifts of finite type
Summer 2018, advisor Ronnie Pavlov

Konrad Aguilar
Arizona State University, postdoctoral scholar
Thesis: Quantum metrics on approximately finite dimensional algebras
Spring 2017, advisor Frederic Latremoliere

Masoumah Al Ali
Al-Yamamah University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, assisstant professor
Thesis: Z_2 orbifolds of affine vertex algebras and W-algebras
Spring 2017, advisor Andrew Linshaw

Gabriel Giron-Garnica
Gaming Laboratories International, LLC, assistant director of mathematics
Thesis: Banach spaces from barriers of high dimensional Ellentuck spaces
Fall 2016, advisor Alvaro Arias

Drew Ash
Davidson College, postdoctoral scholar
Thesis: Topological speedups
Spring 2016, advisor Nic Ormes

Thomas French
University of Denver, teaching assistant professor
Thesis: Follower and Extender Sets in Symbolic Dynamics
Spring 2016, advisor Ronnie Pavlov

Riquelmi Cardona
Thesis: The Finite Embeddability Property for some Noncommutative knotted varieties of RL and DRL
Spring 2015, advisor Nick Galatos

Mouna Aboras
Thesis: Dihedral-like constructions of automorphic loops
Spring 2015, advisor Petr Vojtechovsky

Timothy Trujillo
Sam Houston State University, assistant professor
Thesis: Topological Ramsey spaces, associated ultrafilters, and their applications to the Tukey theory of ultrafilters and Dedekind cuts of nonstandard arithmetic
Spring 2014, advisor Natasha Dobrinen

Mark Greer
University of North Alabama, assistant professor
Thesis: Loops and their permutation groups
Spring 2013, advisor Michael Kinyon

Jenya Kirshtein
C12Energy, scientific software developer
Thesis: Cayley-Dickson loops
Summer 2012, advisor Petr Vojtechovsky