OHIO UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR RING THEORY AND ITS APPLICATIONS

COMING EVENTS

Mission Statement:

The Ohio University Center for Ring Theory and its Applications seeks to further the study of ring theory and its applications by fomenting collaboration and communication with scholars from all over the world.  We aim at promoting the study of ring theory and its applications among graduate students at Ohio University.  We will encourage the pursuit of research on applications of ring theory to several areas; in particular, we will concentrate on the interdisciplinary efforts involved in the pursuit of Information and Coding Theory.

Goals:
1. To enhance our existing strength in the fields of ring theory and its applications, both in theoretical and applied directions.
2. To attract gifted students at all levels and encourage them to pursue graduate degrees in ring theory or related areas, supporting them during their studies through fellowships. In particular, to consistently support them for Professional Development through travel grants.
3. To encourage Master’s students to pursue the thesis option of our programs by studying applications of ring theory to industrial problems related to information and coding.
4. To augment the presence of visiting scholars at Ohio University through support for eminent speakers and research visitors specializing in ring theory and its applications. To sponsor workshops and collaborative research on areas of application.
5. To promote the dissemination of research in Algebra and its Applications via the publication of the Journal of Algebra and its Applications.

MEMBERS

Franco Guerriero, Ph. D. McMaster University. Fields of Interest: Ring and Module Theory.

Lakhdar Hammoudi,

Dinh Van Huynh, Ph. D. and D. Sc. (Deputy Director), Martin-Luther-University, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.
Fields of Interest: Ring and Module Theory.

S.K. Jain, Ph.D. (Director) University of Delhi. Fields of Interest: Linear Algebra, Ring and Module Theory.

Pramod Kanwar, Ph.D. Ohio University. Fields of Interest: Coding Theory, Ring and Module Theory.

Sergio R. López-Permouth, Ph.D. North Carolina State University. Fields of Interest: Coding Theory, Ring and Module Theory.

Viet D. Nguyen, Ph.D. Institute of Mathematics, Hanoi; D.Sc. Warsaw University, Poland.
Fields of Interest: Algebra (Non-commutative Ring Theory, Representation Theory, Category Theory).
 
 

ADJUNCT MEMBERS

Joseph Ferrar, Ph.D. Yale University. Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University.  Fields of Interest: Lie Algebras and Ring Theory.

S. Tariq Rizvi, Ph. D. McMaster University, CANADA.  Professor of Mathematics, Ohio State University. Fields of interest: Ring Theory and Module Theory.

Ivo Herzog, Ph. D.

For additional information contact:

                              S.  K.  Jain
                              Director, Center of Ring Theory and its Applications
                              Morton 315 A, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701
                              Phone 740-593-1258/1254 . Fax 740-593-9805
                              Email  jain@math.ohiou.edu
 
 

OU-OSU Ring Theory Seminar
Ohio University Algebra and its Applications Seminar
Journal of Algebra and its Applications