Dr. Deborah Kaplan


Academic backround 

PhD. in Abstract Algebra (Noncommutative rings).
Postdoctorate in Applied Mathematics (Mathematical models for Immunology).


Abstract Algebra

Applied Mathematics (mathematical models).

Today : Algebra (finite fields) applied to Theory of  Error Correcting Codes.



1. Deborah Kaplan (Polakiewicz): "Very Nearly C rings ". International Journal of Algebra, 2009; Vol.3, no. 3, 95-118.
2. Deborah Kaplan (Polakiewicz): "Rings whose centers have a common ideal".
JP Journal of Algebra, and Number Theory and Applications", 2010; Volume 16 (1) 2010, 41-61.
3.Catarina R.Almeida ,Amit Ashkenazi ,Gitit Shahaf ,Deborah Kaplan ,Daniel M.Davis and Ramit Mehr : "Human NK cells differ more in their KIR2DL1-dependent thresholds for HLA-Cw6-mediated inhibition than in their maximal killing capacity". August 2011: Accepted for publication by the Journal Plos One .
4 . Gitit Shahaf, Andrew J.Gross, Michal Sternberg-Simon, Deborah Kaplan,
Anthony L.DeFranco, Ramit Mehr, "Lyn deficiency affects B cell maturation as well as survival". August 2011 : Accepted for publication by de Journal : European Journal of Immunology.
Submitted papers:
5. Deborah Kaplan (Polakiewicz): "Catenarity of a nearly affine PI – algebra". Submitted to the Journal: "Communications in Algebra"