VITA Jean B. NGANOU. Diploma in Mathematics, International Centre for Theoretical Physics,Trieste, Italy, August 2004


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1 VITA Jean B. NGANOU Fenton Hall (541) or (541) Education Ph.D. in Mathematics, New Mexico State University, August 2009 Diploma in Mathematics, International Centre for Theoretical Physics,Trieste, Italy, August 2004 Master of Science in Mathematics, The University Of Yaounde I, Yaounde, Cameroon, Class first, September 2001 High School Teacher Diploma in Mathematics, The University Of Yaounde I, Yaounde, Cameroon, September 2001 Secondary School Teacher Diploma in Mathematics, The University Of Yaounde I, Yaounde, Cameroon, class first, September 1999 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, The University of Yaounde I, Yaounde, Cameroon, June 1999 Research Interests Algebras of logic, Universal algebras, Nonclassical algebras Noncommutative Ring Theory Undergraduate Research Employment, The University Of Oregon Instructor of Mathematics Fall 2009 to present My duties as instructor include: creation of Syllabii, group projects, homework problems. Preparation and presentation of lectures, supervision of group work, writing and grading tests and quizzes, grading projects and papers, preparing and grading the final exam for the course. For the academic years 2009/2010 and 2010/2011, I was working as the program lead for our Mathematics program at the Bend Campus, helping to recruit students from the community College into our program. I also served as the immediate Mathematics advisor to Mathematics Majors on this Campus.
2 Course Development Winter and Summer 2010 I designed a new course for the Winter Quarter 2010 on Elementary Differential Geometry. The course was taught from the book by Andrew Pressley, and covered the geometry of curves and surfaces. Another course that I created in the Winter of 2011 was about Metric Spaces and Introduction to Topology. The course was taught from the book by J. Mendelson. I had also recommended and received the approval to start offering a course on Mathematical Language and Proofs on this campus. The course was offered for the first time during the Summer Term of The purpose of the course is to ease the transition from lower division Mathematics courses to upper division ones. Undergraduate projects Supervision 2009now Some of the projects that I have written and assigned either as group or individual project include: Conjugacy Classes of A n (n 5) and Applications; padic numbers; Cyclotomic Polynomials and Extensions; Digital Logic Design; RSA Encryption and Applications; An Algebraic approach to the primitive root theorem; How many subgroups of index p?; CLT numbers under Courses taught at the Abstract Algebra I,II,III: This is a yearlong sequence of abstract algebra. In the first term, we cover an elementary group theory, in the second term, we cover rings and fields and in the third term, we cover field extension and Elementary Galois Theory. Introduction to Linear Algebra I, II: A twoterm sequence taught from the book of Lay. Geometries from advanced point of view I,II: These cover the fundamentals of Euclidean geometry and applications. Differential Geometry: geometry of curves and surfaces taught from the book by Andrew Pressley. Differential Equations, elementary differential equations by William E. Boyce and Richard C. DiPrima. Number Theory: Divisibility, congruences, generating functions, quadratic reciprocity, taught from the book by Georges Andrew. Elementary Analysis: ɛ δ treatment of Calculus, taught from Understanding Analysis, by S. Abbott. Introduction to Topology: Basic topological spaces and their properties with a special emphasis on metric spaces. Lower division courses I have taught at UO include: Business Calculus, Calculus, Introduction to Probabilities and Statistics, Introduction to Mathematical Proofs, Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers, Intermediate Algebra. Services to the Department Undergraduate advisor to Secondary Education track, Bend Campus. Recruitment of students at the Bend Campus. Teaching effectiveness committee. Course Coordinator: Abstract Algebra sequence (AY 2011/2012, 2013/2014), Geometry 394/395 (AY 2012/2013), Introduction to proofs (AY 2014/2015). IntroDuck Adviser and Advising committee (2014/2015) Consultant reviewer Capstone publishing company 10 / /2014 I reviewed a Mathematics series of four books for kids in grades K3 for the Capstone publishing company, that appeared the Spring of As a reviewer, not only I had to make corrections and suggestions to improve the manuscripts, but also make sure that the content of the books was aligned properly with the Mathematics content of the Common Core Standards for the stated grade levels.
3 Employment, New Mexico State University Graduate Teaching Assistant Worked as Mathematics tutor and grader in the Mathematics Learning Center for two semesters. Taught a wide range of courses some of which include College algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus I,II,III, Introduction to Linear Algebra, Introduction to Modern Algebra. For the last two which are respectively the sophomore linear algebra and junior abstract algebra, I was completely in charge of these two courses. I was responsible for creating the syllabus, lecture notes, homework problems, exams, quizzes and group projects. Summer Instructor for Prep Summer 2006, 07, 08, 09 Prep is a Summer program for talented High School Students with interest in Mathematics, Physics and Engineering. I was a fulltime instructor in the program for four summers. My duties ranged from designing courses, delivering these, to guiding students through their endofprogram project. One on my major goals in the program was to present some of the advanced ideas of college level Mathematics in an elementary language that is accessible to High school students. One such idea is the introduction to group theory using clock arithmetic. Employment, Fleming Middle and High School I taught Mathematics fulltime in High School for two years. Some of the courses taught include Geometry, Algebra, probability and statistics. Selected publications 15. Profinite completions of finitely presented MValgebras, in preparation 14. Generalized Lukasiewicz rings and BLrings, in preparation. 13. Profinite MValgebras and Multisets, submitted to Order 12. (with C. Lele) The ChangMundici group of a BLalgebra, to appear Houston J. Math 11. On the number of quadratic subfields, to appear Irish Bull. Math. 10. (with B. Koguep and B. Lele) Congruences in hyperlattices, to appear Italian JPAM 9. (with C. Lele and S. Tebu)nfold Commutative BCIalgebras, Sci. Math. Jpn, (with O. Heubo) Invertible elements in BCKalgebras, Italian JPAM, to appear. 7. (with C. Lele and S. Tebu)Fuzzy nfold positive implicative BCIideals, IJMMS, (with C. Lele) MValgebras derived from BLideals, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, (with C. Lele and S. Tebu)nfold positive implicative BCIalgebras. Sci. Math. Jpn, How rare are subgroups of index 2? Math. Mag, (with O. Heubo) Weakly injective modules over BCKalgebras. ISRN Algebra, (with O. Heubo) A Global local Principle for BCKmodules. Int. J. Algebra, On the Dec Group of finite Abelian Galois extensions of global fields. J. Algebra, 2009
4 Conferences and professional development Colloquium Speaker University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, March 2014 TACL 2013 Speaker Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, July 28August 1, 2013 Algebra seminar Speaker, Eugene, OR, May 2013 Maseeh Colloquium Speaker Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, January 2013 Seminar Speaker University of Southern Mississippi, MS, April 2012 Host, Fulbright Scholar in residence December 2011September 2012 Colloquium Series Speaker Reed College, Portland, Oregon, March 2012 Basic Notions Seminar Speaker, Oregon, February 2012 Guest Speaker, Workshop on algebra University of Yaounde 1, Cameroon, August 2011 Workshop on Students with disabilities Eugene, Oregon, June 1418, 2011 Organizer undergraduate Colloquium Bend, Oregon, Fall 2010 AMSMAA Joint Meetings Washington DC, January 2009 Algebra Seminar, NMSU Fall 2008 Multiple onehour talks in the Algebra Seminar of The Mathematics Department. Colorado State University, Pingree Park Campus Summer 2008 Speaker at the conference On Brauer Groups in the Honor of Prof. A. Wadsworth 60th birhday University of California at San Diego Summer 2008 Visiting Scholar collaborating with Prof. A. Wadsworth University Of New Mexico April 2006 MiniConference on Algebraic Geometry Awards and Honors OEI Faculty Summer Research Award, ($5000) 2014 Honor Graduate, NMSU 2009 Passed Actuary Exam P 2009 NMSU Outstanding Graduate Assistant ($1000 each) ,0708,0809 This award is based on student graduate work and also the student teaching. I won this award three years in a row which indicates consistency in my work as graduate assistant. NSF Research Assistantship Summer 2008, 2009 This award supported by research during my visit at UC, San Diego in the Summer of Ana Schrufer Kist Endowed Scholarship Annual award given by the Mathematics Department to the graduate student who demonstrated
5 excellence in passing the comprehensive Exams. The Abdus Salam ICTP Scholarship This is offered every year to ten promising young Mathematicians from developing countries to spend one year in the PrePhD Diploma program at the International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy. Miscellaneous I am proficient in word, excel spreadsheets, latex, scientific workplace. and Yemba (a local language of part of WestCameroon). I speak French, English References Professor Patrick Morandi New Mexico State University Department of Mathematical Sciences Las Cruces, NM Tel: Professor John Leahy Tel: Professor Hal Sadofsky Tel: Professor Shlomo Libeskind Tel: Professor Celestin Lele University of Dschang Cameroon
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