Dr. Ayman Badawi | American University of Sharjah


College / Department

Teaching areas

Linear Algebra, Differential Equation, Discrete Math., Calculus, Business Math., Geometry, Abstract Algebra, Number Theory, Graph Theory and Math. for Architects . (More details are available on my personal web page www.ayman-badawi.com ).

Research areas

Commutative Ring Theory. Most of my work is devoted to multiplicative ideal theory (school of Kaplansky and Gilmer). For example, I introduced the following concepts: phi-Commutative Rings , a class of commutative rings contains the class of integral domains. I introduced the concepts of absorbing ideals, Total graph of a commutative ring, annihilator graph of a commutative ring, dot-product graph of a commutative rings. Other interests include regular rings and their generalizations.


PhD, Ring Theory: Pi-regular Rings., University of North Texas, United States, 1993
MS, Master Degree In Mathematics, Tennessee Tech. University, United States, 1988
Bachelor, Double Major: Mathematics And Computer Science, Tennessee Tech. University, United States, 1986

Professional experience

Associate Professor And Then Professor, American University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, 2003 - Present
Assistant Professor And Then Associate Professor, Birzeit University, Birzeit, Palestine, 1997 - 2003
Visiting Assistant Professor, Emory and Henry College, Virginia, United States, 1994 - 1996


American Math. Society, AMS, International, August 1994
+971 6 515 2573
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