Profile

College / Department

Teaching areas

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

Research areas

Commutative Ring Theory. Most of my work is devoted to phi-Commutative Rings: a class of commutative rings that I definedandit contains the class of integral domains. My work focuses onphi-Valuation domains, phi-Pseudo-Valuation rings, phi-Integral Closure of rings, phi-Noetherian rings, phi-Prufer rings, phi-Dedekind rings, and phi-Krul rings. Other interests includen-Absorbing Ideals, Zero-divisor graphs and Total graphs of Commutative rings, and Pi-regular rings

Education

M.Sc., Mathematics, Tennessee Technological University, 1988.
B.S., (Double Major), Mathematics and Computer Science, Tennessee Technological University, 1986.
Ph.D., Mathematics, University of North Texas, 1993.

Professional experience

Birzeit University,Department of Mathematics, Birzeit, West Bank, Palestine, Associate Professor, 1999-2003.
University of Tennessee, Department of Mathematics, Visiting Scholar (On Leave from Birzeit Univ.), 1998-1999.
Birzeit University,Department of Mathematics, Birzeit, West Bank, Palestine, Assistant Professor, 1996-1999.
Emory & Henry College, Emory, Virginia, Department of Mathematics, Visiting Assistant Professor, 1993-1995.

Memberships

American Math. Society (AMS).

Contact

abadawi@aus.edu
+971 6 515 2573