Dr. Khristo N. Boyadzhiev
 Education:
 Ph.D. of Mathematics, University of Sofia,
Bulgaria, 1978.
 Thesis: Order Characterization of Operator Algebras.
 M.S. in Mathematics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria, 1972.
 Thesis: The Spectral Theorem via Extreme Points
 Specialized in Classical, Real and Functional Analysis.
 Experience:
 2000  Present

Professor of Mathematics at ONU.
 1993 1999

Associate Professor of Mathematics at ONU.
 1990 1993:

Assistant Professor of Mathematics at ONU.
 1990:

Visiting Associate Professor of Mathematics for two quarters at Ohio
University.
 1989:
 Senior
Research Fellow at the Institute of Mathematics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, and the
University of Sofia.
Other Experience:
 1981 Present:
 Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews.
 1988 Present:
 Reviewer for Zentralblatt für Mathematik.
Teaching:
Undergraduate and graduate courses in Calculus,
Geometry, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Complex Variables,
College Algebra and Trigonometry, Foundations of Mathematics, Real Analysis,
Functional Analysis, Fourier Analysis and Partial Differential Equations.
Research Interests:
Classical Analysis. Theory of Series. Integral Transforms. Functional calculus for
operators. Commutation relations. Trace formulas for commutators and differences
of operators. Hyponormal operators. Operator and functional inequalities.
Operator monotone functions. Semigroups of operators and the Abstract Cauchy Problem. Fractional
powers and imaginary powers of operators. Order properties of operator algebras.
Banach Jordan algebras.
Professional Memberships:
 American Mathematical Society.
 Mathematical Association of America.
 Japanese Association for Mathematical Sciences.
Awards:
 Mary
Reichelderfer Chair of Mathematics and Computer Science for
1993/1994,
1994/1995, 1995/1996 and 2006/2007.
 Badge of Honor, University of Sofia, 1972.
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