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My courses 
2020 Spring semester (II) * Quadratic Forms (a graduate course, 88912) 201920 Fall semester (I) (Current semester) * Commutative Algebra (88813) * Galois Theory (88311) * Infinitesimal calculus (88132) 2019 Spring semester (II) * Ring Theory (88212) * The secret seminar (a secret seminar, 888201) 201819 Fall semester (I) * Probability for Financial Mathematics (88622) * Commutative Algebra (88813) 2018 Spring semester (II) * Topics in Group Theory (a new elective, 88506) * The secret seminar (a secret seminar, 888200) 201718 Fall semester (I) * Galois Theory (88311) * Probability for Financial Mathematics (88622) * Commutative Algebra (88813) 2017 Spring semester (II) * Research Workshop (special workshop, 88552) * Statistical Theory (a graduate course, 88775) * Ring and Modules (88212) 201617 Fall semester (I) * Group Theory (88211) 2016 Spring semester (II) * Probability and Statistics (88165) * Ring and Modules (88212) 201516 Fall semester (I) * Group Theory (88211) * Commutative Algebra (a graduate course, 88813) 2015 Spring semester (II) * Noncommutative algebra (a graduate course, 88815) 201415 Fall semester (I) * Group Theory (88211) * Quadratic Forms (a graduate course, 88912) 2014 Spring semester (II) * Noncommutative algebra (a graduate course, 88815) 201314 Fall semester (I) * Group Theory (88211) * Galois theory (88311) * Advanced Noncommutative Algebra (a graduate course, 88816) 2013 Spring semester (II) * Probability and Statistics (88165) * Noncommutative algebra (a graduate course, 88815) 201213 Fall semester (I) * Group Theory (88211) * Commutative algebra (a graduate course, 88813) 2012 Spring semester (II) * Probability and Statistics (88165) * Abstract algebra II (88212) 201112 Fall semester (I) * Algebraic structures (89214) 2011 Spring semester (II) * The grand unified Probability and Statistics course (88165) * Abstract algebra II (88212) 201011 Fall semester (I) * Algebraic structures (89214) * Algebraic number theory (a graduate course, 88798) 2010 Spring semester (II) * ArithmeticGeometryTopology seminar 200910 Fall semester (I) * Galois theory (88311) * Algebraic structures (89214) * Probability for CS students (89262) 2009 Spring semester (II) * Probability and Statistics 2 (88162) * Division algebras (a graduate course, 88803) 20089 Fall semester (I) * Algebraic structures (89214) * Probability for CS students (89262) 2008 Spring semester (II) * Advanced algebraic structures (89215) * A new course on Random objects (88375) * Quadratic forms (a graduate course, 88912) 2008 Fall semester (I) * Abstract algebra 2 (88212) * Probability for CS students (89262) * Seminar on Arithmetic, Geometry and Topology (jointly with Prof. M. Katz)  we aim for the interplay of the three, rather than either one particularly. 2007 Spring semester (II) * Statistical theory 2 (88277) * Advanced commutative algebra (a graduate course, 88814) 20067 Fall semester (I) * Rings and Modules (88212) * Statistical theory 1 (88275). 2006 Spring semester (II) * Rings and Modules (88212) * Number theory for computer science (89256). This was partially based on a similar course I gave elsewhere. 20056 Fall semester (I) At the Institute of Advanced Study. 2005 Sprint semester (II) * Math for optometrists 2 (82108) * Statistical theory 2 (88277) 20045 Fall semester (I) * Statistical theory 1 (88275) * Quadratic forms (a graduate course; we used Lam's notes). * Linear Algebra 2 (88113) 2004 Spring semester (II) * Linear Algebra 2 (88113) * Rings and Modules (88212) * Algebraic Number theory (a graduate course, 88798). * Differential equations (88234) 20034 Fall semester (I) * Linear Algebra 1 (88112). Pre 20023 * Galois Theory (88311). * Central simple algebras (at Yale). * Elementary number theory (at Yale). * You may download my exercise booklet (in Hebrew) on Group Theory. This is the original oren file, gzipped. There is a future plan to quasyautomatically translate it to a tex format. You can also download this booklet in Zagit format, easy to read and print, if you go here. You will find all the needed software there. I will appreciate any comment regarding this booklet.
