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Rebin Muhammad

Mathematics Statistics Department


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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.


  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. P. Hummadi, R. Muhammad. Special Spectrum Topology. Zanco Journal for Pure and Applied Sciences, Salahaddin University, Volume 22, No.2, 124– 129, 2010.
  4. P. Hummadi, R. Muhammad. Primary Spectrum. International Journal of Algebra, Volume 3, No. 12, 575–588, 2009
  5. 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

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