Toka Diagana is currently a Full Professor of mathematics at the Howard University's Mathematics Department in Washington, DC, USA. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Camille Jordan Institute (Université Lyon 1), France, in 1999, and has been a Faculty Member at Howard University since 2000. He has authored over 70 research articles and three research monographs. Diagana is the Founder and Executive Editor of The African Diaspora Journal of Mathematics, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Communications in Mathematics Analysis journal. Moreover, he served as the editor and referee for several other mathematical journals. Professor Diagana is a recipient of the Mauritanian well-known prize called Prix Chinguitt. The Prix Chinguitt in sciences is a national prize awarded yearly to reward the merits of either a citizen of Mauritania or of another country for major research achievements in sciences. The prize was awarded to Professor Diagana in December 2006 during an official ceremony in Nouakchott before the President of Mauritania and the diplomatic corpprations. Additionally, in Spring 2006, he had received one of Howard University most prestigious awards that called Emerging Scholar.
Biography Updated on 18 September 2008