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Publications

(in reverse chronological order)
Title Co-authors Status  Year  Available here / Remarks
16 Fixed points for non-isometric actions of random groups   in preparation    
15 Property (T) is recursively enumerable   in preparation    
14 An upper bound for the volumes of complements of periodic geodesics Maxime Bergeron, Tali Pinsky submitted     arXiv:math.GT/1412.2446
13 Manifold of metrics with fixed volume form Brian Clarke, Dmitry Jakobson, Niky Kamran, Jonathan Taylor, Yaiza Canzani submitted     arXiv:math.DG/1309.1348
12 Quantum unique ergodicity on locally symmetric spaces: the degenerate lift   submitted     arXiv:math.RT/1104.0074 ; General version of the lift in [4]
11 A uniform spectral gap for congruence covers of a hyperbolic manifold Dubi Kelmer Amer. J. Math. v.135 no.4, 1067–1085  2013   arXiv:math.NT/1010.1010
10 A Haar component for quantum limits on locally symmetric spaces Nalini Anantharaman Israel J. Math. v.195 no.1, 393–447  2013   arXiv:math.GR/1009.4927
9 PoincarĂ© inequalities, embeddings and wild groups Assaf Naor Compos. Math. v.147 no.5, 1546–1572  2011   arXiv:math.GR/1005.4084
8 Finding minimal permutation representations of finite groups Ben Elias and Ramin Takloo-Bighash Exp. Math. v.19 no.1, 121–128  2010   arXiv:math.GR/0705.4122
7 Groups not acting on manifolds David Fisher IMRN 2008 no.16, Art. ID rnn60  2008   arXiv:math.GR/0801.0875
6 Arithmetic quantum chaos on locally symmetric spaces (advisor: Prof. Peter Sarnak) Ph.D. Thesis
(Princeton University)
2005   pdf ; see here for "part of the tree" argument for positive entropy.
5 Entropy bounds for Hecke eigenfunctions on division algebras Akshay Venkatesh in revision     pdf
4 Quantum Unique Ergodicity for Locally Symmetric Spaces Akshay Venkatesh GAFA v.17 no.3, 960–998  2007   pdf ; ps ; arXiv:math.RT/0407413  
3 Addendum to "Random Walk in Random Groups"   GAFA v.13 (2003) no.1, 147–177 2003  (with minor corrections) pdf ; ps  
2 Cosmological Density and Power Spectrum from Peculiar Velocities: Nonlinear Corrections and Principal Component Analysis Avishai Dekel, Amiram Eldar and Idit Zehavi ApJ 557 no. 1, 102–116 2001   arXiv:astro-ph/0101361
1 Cosmological Density and Power Spectrum from Peculiar Velocities: Principal Component Analysis and Nonlinear Effects (advisor: Prof. Avishai Dekel) B.Sc. Thesis
(Hebrew University)
2000   ps

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