B.A. in Mathematics and Computer Science at the Technion.
M.Sc. in Computer Science at the Technion. Advisors: Prof. Ron Aharoni and Prof. Seffi Naor.
Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Technion. Advisor: Prof. Eli Ben-Sasson.
Post-doctoral researcher at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), Princeton.
Participated in the Technion Excellence Program: October 2005 – June 2007.
During her undergraduate studies, Noga took advanced courses in mathematics and also carried a summer research at the Weizmann Institute of Science in the area of probability theory.
Her M.Sc. research focused on applying methods from algebraic topology to matching theory in graphs. Her Ph.d. research focused on applying methods and techniques from the mathematical field of additive combinatorics for making progress on open problems in the area of computational complexity.
During her Ph.D. Noga received a scholarship for the advancement of women in science from the Israel Ministry of Science of Technology and was selected as Google’s Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship finalist.
Noga was a Rothschild postdocotoral fellow and a member of the school of mathematics at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton as part of the theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics group led by Prof. Avi Wigderson.
Today (2017): Noga is a senior lecturer at the Department of Computer Science, University of Haifa. Her research interests include complexity theory, coding theory, and the theory of computation in general.