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  1. Noga Alon ( Hebrew: נוגה אלון; born 1956) is an Israeli mathematician and a professor of mathematics at Princeton University noted for his contributions to combinatorics and theoretical computer science, having authored hundreds of papers.

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  3. Noga Alon - Princeton University

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    Noga Alon. Contact Info: Email: last name preceded by first name initial at math dot princeton dot edu. Office: 706 Fine Hall. Fields of interest. Combinatorics, Graph Theory and their applications to Theoretical Computer Science. Combinatorial algorithms and circuit complexity.

  4. Noga Alon - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noga_Alon

    Noga Alon ( Hebrew: נוגה אלון; born 1956) is an Israeli mathematician and a professor of mathematics at Princeton University noted for his contributions to combinatorics and theoretical computer science, having authored hundreds of papers.

  5. Noga Alon‬ - ‪Google Scholar

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    Noga Alon. Princeton University and Tel Aviv University. ... N Alon, A Bar-Noy, N Linial, D Peleg. Journal of Computer and System Sciences 43 (2), 290-298, 1991. 406:

  6. Noga Alon | Math - Princeton University

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    Noga Alon. Professor. Fine Hall 706. 609-258-6460. nalon@math.princeton.edu. Research Field. Combinatorics. Homepage. Fine Hall, Washington Road Princeton NJ 08544 ...

  7. Department Welcomes Professor Noga Alon | Math

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    The Department is pleased to welcome Noga Alon as our newest professor, joint with the Program in Applied & Computational Mathematics. A world leader in the field of combinatorics, Professor Alon's contributions include solutions to longstanding questions on universal graphs, epsilon-nets, and the structure of large graphs and property-testing ...

  8. Noga Alon wins 2022 Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences

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    on June 15, 2022, 4:08 p.m. The 2022 Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences was awarded in equal shares to mathematicians Noga Alon of Princeton University and Ehud Hrushovski of Oxford, “for their remarkable contributions to discrete mathematics and model theory with interaction notably with algebraic geometry, topology and computer sciences.”.

  9. Noga Alon - Short CV - Princeton University

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    Noga Alon is a Professor of Mathematics at Princeton University and a Baumritter Professor Emeritus of Mathematics and Computer Science at Tel Aviv University, Israel. He received his Ph. D. in Mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1983 and had visiting positions in various research institutes including MIT, Harvard, the ...

  10. The “Nobel of Mathematics”: TAU Prof. Noga Alon Wins the ...

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    08 June 2022. Prof. Noga Alon of Tel Aviv University and Princeton University has won the 2022 Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences. Prof. Alon, one of the world's leading researchers in mathematics and computer science, is the second Israeli in history to receive the prestigious prize.

  11. Website. Noga Alon is the Baumritter Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at Tel Aviv University, in Israel. He serves on the editorial boards of more than a dozen international technical journals and has given invited lectures at many conferences, including plenary addresses at the 1996 European Congress of Mathematics and the 2002 ...

  12. Noga Alon - TAU

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    Noga Alon's home page. Note: the updated page is in Princeton. Web page in Princeton . Noga Alon Fields of interest Combinatorics, Graph Theory and their applications to Theoretical Computer Science. Combinatorial algorithms and circuit complexity. Combinatorial geometry and Combinatorial number theory. Algebraic and probabilistic methods in ...