Ahmad Mojiri holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of Ottawa, Canada. He received his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in mathematics from Isfahan University of Technology, Iran. Dr. Mojiri’s primary research interests are algebras and ring theory and in particular representations of algebras. He has published articles in peer reviewed journals such as Journal of Algebra and Communications in Algebra.
Dr. Mojiri is an associate professor and chair of the department of mathematics at Rider University. Prior to joining Rider, he was chair of the mathematics department at Saint Xavier University in Chicago.
He is enjoying his current role as chair, as well as several research projects in addition to teaching various courses in mathematics including modern algebra, and calculus. When not doing mathematics, he enjoys biking, hiking, and traveling with his wife and twin boys.
- On Primitively Divisible Modules and Related Rings, (with Walter D. Burgess), preprint.
- On the Elements of Minimal Prime Ideals in General Rings (with W.D. Burgess and A. Lashgari), Advances in Ring Theory, Birkhauser, 69-81, 2010.
- On the Quasi-Stratified Algebras of Liu and Paquette (with Walter D. Burgess), Communication in Algebra, Vol. 36, No 5, 1838-1854, 2008.
- On Uniserial Modules in the Auslander-Reiten Quiver (with Axel Boldt), Journal of Algebra, Vol. 319, No 5, 1825-1850, 2008.
- Presentations of Monomial Algebras and Uniserial Modules, Communication in Algebra, Vol. 34, No 11, 3949-3960, 2006.
- Geometric Aspects of Finite Dimensional Algebras-Uniserial Representations, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Ottawa, July 2003.