Hello! My name is Rebin Muhammad and I am an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Montgomery College. I received my PhD in Ring Theory from Ohio University in 2020 and have been teaching at Montgomery College since 2020. I am passionate about teaching and believe that equity is an important aspect of education. In my classrooms, I strive to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students, and I believe that it is important to actively work towards creating a more equitable and just society. I prefer to use active learning techniques such as Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) and am interested in standards-based grading (SBG) as a way to more accurately assess student learning and progress. My main focus as a professor is to create engaging and meaningful learning experiences for all of my students, while also promoting equity and inclusivity. In my free time, I enjoy reading manga, playing chess, mountain biking, and creating Islamic Geometric Art.
My research interests are in Ring Theory (infinitely dimensional algebras). In addition to my work in pure mathematics, I am also interested in math education, Math Circles and interdisciplinary topics, such as Islamic geometric patterns.
- Aydoğdu, P., Joaquín Díaz Boils, López-Permouth, S.R., Muhammad, Rebin A.: Two Value Graph Magma Algebras and Amenability INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ALGEBRA AND RELATED TOPICS WITH APPLICATIONS, Springer ,pp 383–400 (2022) linknew window
- Aydoğdu, P., López-Permouth, S.R., Muhammad, Rebin A.: Infinite-dimensional algebras without simple bases. Linear and Multilinear Algebra 68(12), 2390–2407 (2020). linknew window
- P. Hummadi, R. Muhammad. Special Spectrum Topology. Zanco Journal for Pure and Applied Sciences, Salahaddin University, Volume 22, No.2, 124– 129, 2010.
- P. Hummadi, R. Muhammad. Primary Spectrum. International Journal of Algebra, Volume 3, No. 12, 575–588, 2009
- M. Powell, R. Muhammad Teaching Advanced Mathematics to Middle School Students, Successes, Challenges, Applications to the College Classroom. MTRJ 4 FALL/WINTER 2019-2020 Vol 11 no 3-4. linknew window