Danny Neftin



On the minimal ramification problem for semiabelian groups, Algebra & Number theory, Vol. 4-8 (2010), 1077-1090, arXiv:0912.1964, with Hershy Kisilevsky and Jack Sonn.

Patching and admissibility over two dimensional complete local domains, Algebra & Number theory, Vol. 4 (2010), No. 6, 743-762. arXiv:0910.4154, with Elad Paran.

On semiabelian p-groups, J. Algebra, Vol. 344 (2011), 60-69, arXiv:0908.1472.

Admissibility and field relations, Israel Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 19 (2012), 559-584, arXiv:0910.4156.

Tamely ramified subfields of division algebras J. Algebra, Vol. 378 (2013), 184-195, arXiv:0904.3772,

Realizability and admissibility under extensions of p-adic and number fields, Documenta Math. 18 (2013) 359-382, arXiv:0911.3792, with Uzi Vishne.

Noncrossed product bounds over Henselian fields, Algebra & Number theory Vol. 8 (2014), 837-855, arXiv:1209.0238, with Timo Hanke and Jack Sonn.

Galois subfields of tame division algebras, Israel J. Math., arXiv:1310.4436, with Timo Hanke, and Adrian Wadsworth.

Fields of definition for admissible groups, arXiv:1110.4162, with Uzi Vishne.

The Sylow subgroups of the absolute Galois group Gal(Q), arXiv:1403.3266, with Lior Bary-Soroker and Moshe Jarden.

The tame and wild Grunwald problems, Preprint.

Solvable covers with many rational points, Preprint.


Other manuscripts:

Ph.D. Thesis, Techinon - Israel Institute of Technology, 2011. (Hebrew abstract)

This note closes a gap in the proof of Proposition 1.10 of the paper: Patching and admissibility over two dimensional complete local domains. It appears in Algebra and Number theory 5-2 (2011), 287-288.

Admissibility and realizability over number fields - this manuscript is almost fully covered by my thesis.


Selected presentations:

Ramification in Galois theory, Netanyahu prize colloquium talk, Technion, Haifa, Israel.

The minimal ramification problem for semiabelian groups, Winter School on Galois Theory, Luxembourg.

Admissibility of finite groups over number fields, Thesis Talk, Algebra Seminar, Technion, Haifa, Israel.

On the Brauer group, Mechina on rational points, Hebrew university, Jerusalem, Israel.