Dr. Yvgenia Aparchin
Dr. Yvgenia Aparchin
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Academic Education
 
1991-94
B.Sc.
Haifa University
Mathematics and Computer
Science
1995-98
M.Sc.
Technion
Mathematics
2000-05
Ph.D.
Weizmann Institute of Science
Mathematics
 
 
2. Academic Employment
 
2008-Present
 Afeka, Tel Aviv Academic College of Engineering
Lecturer
(Game Theory, Optimization Models,     Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics,
Calculus 2
 
2006-Present
Bar Ilan University
Lecturer
(Asset Pricing, Financial Mathematics, Risk Management Seminar, Game Theory Seminar)
 
2004-2009
Holon Institute of Technology
Lecturer
Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics,
Probability and Statistics, Discrete Optimization   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3. Academic Activities:
 
Previous Research and Development Activities
 
Research Activities
 
2005-06
Bar Ilan University
Postdoctoral researcher 
2006-07
Tel Aviv University
Postdoctoral researcher 
 
 
Development Activities
 
2004-06
Holon Institute of Technology:
Design and development of “Financial Mathematics” B.A. program including definitions of program objectives, program of study and syllabuses preparation.
 
Present Research and Development Activities
 
Other Relevant Activities
 
2003-2005:      Teaching Certificate
Department of Science Teaching, Weizmann Institute of Science
 
2002-2004:  Enrichment Program in Economics, Financing and Management
Feindberg Graduate SchoolWeizmann Institute
 
 
4. Grants and Awards
 
2002-04:
The John F. Kennedy Memorial Fund Scholarships.
 
5. List of Publications
 
1.
“A Circular Graph – Counterexample to the Duchet Kernel Conjecture”
 A. Apartsin, E. Ferapontova (Y. Apartsin), V. Gurvich. Discrete Mathematics 178(1998) pp 229-231.
 
2.
 
“The Core and the Bargaining Set in Glove Market Games”,
Y. Apartsin, R. Holzman, International Journal of Game Theory
32(2003) pp 189-204.
 
3.
"Demand Properties of Concavifiable Preferences", Y. Apartsin, Y.Kannai,
Journal of Mathematical Economics 43(2006) pp 36-55.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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