Students, advisors, and collaborators (past and present)
(Note: this list is under construction)

* Quan M. Nguyen 2007-2011 (Ph.D.).
Thesis title: Effects of randomness, dissipation and interaction on solitons of the cubic nonlinear Schrödinger equation and related nonlinear wave models.
Current position: Assistant Professor (tenure-track), Department of Mathematics, International University, Vietnam National University at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.  

* Kathryn Newton 2010 (non-research CURRICULUM VITAE M.Sc.).
Project title: Analogy between energy exchange in soliton collisions and random cascade models. 

* P. Glenn 2012 (Honors Thesis).
Thesis title: Many-body interaction in fast collisions of NLS solitons (paper, arXiv version).

Yingrui Liu 2008–2009 (Senior Honors Thesis).
Thesis title: Particle simulations for pulse propagation in optical fiber telecommunication systems.
Position after graduation: Graduate Student, Program in Industrial Engineering, Ohio State University.
Current employer: Cardinal Health.

Post-Doc/Ph.D./M.Sc. Advisors
(1) Jerome V. Moloney (University of Arizona, post-doc advisor)
(2) Ildar Gabitov (University of Arizona, post-doc advisor)
(3) Misha Chertkov (Los Alamos National Laboratory,
post-doc advisor)
(4) Baruch Meerson (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Ph.D. Advisor)
(5) Yehuda Schwob
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, M.Sc. Advisor)

Other Collaborators (past and present in alphabetic order)
* Igor Aronson (Argonne National Laboratory)
* Ehud Behar (Israel Institute of Technology (Technion), Israel)
* Debananda Chakraborty (Virginia Intermont College)

* Vladimir Chernyak (Wayne State University)
* Yeojin Chung
* Massimo Conti (Univ. di Camerino, Italy)

* Igor Kolokolov (Landau Institute, Russia)
* Jae-Hun Jung (University at Buffalo, SUNY)
* Pinhas Mandelbaum (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
* Quan M. Nguyen (Vietnam National University-HCMC, Vietnam)
* Pavel Polynkin (University of Arizona)
* Pavel V. Sasorov (Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow, Russia)
* Joshua Soneson (FDA, Silver Spring, MD)
* Arkady Vilenkin (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)