Abdelmejid Bayad completed his Ph.D. degree at 1992 (on algebraic geometry and analytic number theory) and M.S. degree at 1988 (on the Iwasawa theory and modular forms) from the University of Bordeaux 1, France. Since 1996, he has been acting as an active Mathematics Researcher at the Evry University, Evr-Paris (France). He is an expert in many different areas of mathematics, like number theory, complex analysis, p-adic analysis, and graph theory. He published many papers in the international peer-reviewed scientific journals, for example the Journal of Algebra, the Journal of Number theory, the Annales de L'Institut Fourier, Acta Arithmetica, Kyushu Journal, Finite Fields and their applications, Mathematics of Computation, Applied Mathematics of Computation, Bulletin de la Société Mathématique de France and other scientific journals. He serves as an active member of the editorial boards of 2 international journals. Bayad is the organizer of many international Conferences. Bayad gives frequently many international invited conferences, lectures, and seminars in different countries like Canada, USA, Korea, Iran, India, Morocco, Algeria, Turkey, France, Germany, Japan, Lithuania, and Italy. Recently, he was awarded by the French government, as an excellent scientific researcher.
Biography Updated on 9 May 2012