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به تارنمای دانشکده علوم پایه دانشگاه یاسوج خوش آمدید

 

 دکتر محمد بازیار

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CORRESPONDING ADDRESS:

Mohammad Baziar,

Mathematic Department,

Yasouj University,

Yasouj,

Zip Code 75918-74831,

P. O. Box 353, IRAN,

Tel: (+98) 7412223048,

Fax: (+98) 7412223048,

E-Mail: mbaziar@yu.ac.ir, mbaziar5@yahoo.com

 

 

TEACHING AND RESEARCH POSITION:

 Assistant professor

 

 

EDUCATION:

B. Sc.           Mathematics (Shiraz University, Iran)

M. Sc.          Algebra (Shiraz University, Iran)

PhD             Algebra (Isfahan University of Technology, Iran)

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCES:

 

1-Algebra1

2-Algebra2

3-Algebra3

4- Linear Algebra

5- Graph Theory

6- Discrete Mathematic

7- Calculus 1, 2

8- Module and ring Theory

9-Advanced Algebra

 

 

 

 

 

MEMBERSHIPS:  Iranian Mathematical Society

 

FIELD OF INTEREST IN RESEARCH:

 

Rings Theory and Module Theory

Algebraic  Graph Theory

Applications of Algebra in Chemistry

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

M. Sc. THESIS: Zariski Topology on prime submodules

 

PhD THESIS:   Semi-endosimple modules and fully kasch modules

 

 

 

 

 

Journal Papers

 1- M. Baziar, A. Haghany and   M.R. Vedadi, Fully Kasch Modules and Rings, Algebra Colloquium (2009)

 

2- M. Baziar and M. Behboodi, Classical primary submodules and decomposition theory of Modules, Journal of Algebra and its applications (2009)

 

3- M. Baziar, A. Haghany and   M.R. Vedadi, Study of Semi-Endosimple Modules and Rings, Inter. National J. Algebra (2009)

 

4- M. Baziar, Semi-essentially Compressible Modules and Strongly Semiprime Rings, Inter. National J. Algebra (2009)

 

5- M. Baziar, M. Behboodi and H. Sharif, uniformly primary submodule, Comm.  Algebra,  Vol. 40,  No. 9, (2011), 3192–3201.

 

6- M. Baziar , E. Momtahan and S. Safaeeian, A  zero-divisor graph for  modules  with respect to their (first) dual, Journal of Algebra and Its Applications Vol. 12, No. 2 (2013) 1250151 (11 pages).

 

7- M. Baziar, Study of  Subhomomorphic Property to a Ring, Journal of Mathematical Extension Vol. 6, No. 3, (2012), 1-8.

 

8- M. Baziar , E. Momtahan and S. Safaeeian, A generalization  zero-divisor graph for  modules, Submitted.

 

 

9- M. Baziar , E. Momtahan and S. Safaeeian, A  module theoretic approach to zero-divisor graph with respect ti first dual, Submitted.

 

 

 

 

10- M. Baziar and C. Lomp, Endomorphism rings of modules over prime rings, Submitted.

 

 

 

11- M. Baziar and N. Ranjebar, The submodule-based zero-divisor graph with respect to some homomorphism, Submitted.

 

 

 

 

 

TALKS

1- "Classical Primary submodule", 35th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, January 26–29, 2005, Ahvaz, Iran.

2- "New characterization of strongly semiprime rings", 37th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, September 2-5, 2006, Azarbaijan University of Tarbiat Moallem, Tabriz, Iran.

3- "Semi-essentially compressible modules", 17th Seminar on Algebra, 8-9 March 2006, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran.

4- "The Zariski topology on the prime spectrum of modules", 4th Student Seminar, 2000, Shiraz University, Iran.

5- "A Topological characterization of the Goldman prime spectrum of a commutative ring", 4th Student Seminar, 2000, Shiraz University, Iran.

6- "ON ENDOMORPHISM RING OF _−PRIME MODULES "41th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, September 12–15, 2010, Urmia, Iran.

7- "fully k-primary modules"42th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, September 5-8, 2011,Rafsanjan, Iran.

8- "FORCING LINEARITY NUMBER FOR MODULES"42th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, September 5-8, 2011,Rafsanjan, Iran.

9- "A generalization of ideal-based zero-divisor graph of a ring" 1th Iranian Conference on Algebraic Graph Theory and 2th Conference on Chemical Graph Theory Srtt University,Tehran,Iran,October 20 - 22,2011

 

 

 

 

MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES

 

1- 35th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, January 26–29, 2005, Ahvaz, Iran.

2- 37th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, January 26–29, 2007, Tabriz, Iran.

3- 17th Seminar on Algebra, 8-9 March 2006, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran.

4- 15th Seminar on Algebra, 2004, Gilan University, Iran.

5- Seminar on Algebra, 2006, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran.

6- 20th Seminar on Algebra, 2009, Tarbiat Moallem   University, Iran.

7- Seminar "Prime and principal closed ideals in polynomial rings.

8- 4th Student Seminar "The Zariski topology on the prime spectrum of modules".

9- 4th Student Seminar "A Topological characterization of the Goldman prime spectrum of a commutative ring".

10- Group Theory with applications in Chemistry, 2008, Isfahan University of Technology, Iran.

11- 41th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, September 12–15, 2010, Urmia, Iran.

12- 42th Annual Iranian Mathematics Conference, September 5-8, 2011,Rafsanjan, Iran.

 

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