Daniel Bossaller, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Ohio University, 2018
Dr. Bossaller joined the Mathematics Department in August of 2020. Prior to that, he was Visiting Assistant Professor of Mathematics at John Carroll University, in Cleveland, Ohio. He has also served as an instructor for the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth summer program where he taught a course in discrete mathematics to a group of mathematically gifted 5th and 6th graders.
Dr. Bossaller is interested in problems in the intersection of ring theory and infinite dimensional linear algebra. Currently, he is exploring problems involving directly infinite algebras and their representations. For more information about this, he keeps a current research blog here.
- On the Associativity of Infinite Matrix Multiplication. D.P. Bossaller and S.R. Lopez-Permouth. American Mathematical Monthly, 126(1):41--52.
- Algebras Having Bases Consisting Solely of Strongly Regular Elements. D.P. Bossaller and S.R. Lopez-Permouth. Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 223(8):3485--3498.
- Strongly Regular Elements in Leavitt Path Algebras. D.P. Bossaller and S.R. Lopez-Permouth. Communications in Algebra, 47(8):3141--3153.