Tran Giang Nam
Doctor
Department of Algebra

Address
Office: Building A5, Room 102
Tel: +84 (0)4 37563474 Ext 102
Email: tgnam AT math.ac.vn
Born in Sen Thuy – Le Thuy – Quang Binh in 1982
Education and academic degrees:
 Bachelor: 2004, Pedagogical University of Hue, Hue, Vietnam
 PhD: 2011, Vinh University, Nghe An, Vietnam
Positions:
 September 2004  February 2007: Lecturer , Department of Mathematics, Hue University, Hue, Vietnam.
 March 2007  December 2012: Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, Dong Thap University, Cao Lanh, Dong Thap.
 January 2013 – Now: Researcher, Department of Algebra, Institute of Mathematics, VAST, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Research areas: Associate Algebra and Commutative Algebra.
PUBLICATIONS
List of publications in MathSciNet
List of recent publications1  A. Di Nola, G. Lenzi, Tran Giang Nam, S. Vannucci, On injectivity of semimodules over additively idempotent division semirings and chain MVsemirings, Journal of Algebra, 538 (2019), 81  109, SCI(E), Scopus. 
2  Tran Giang Nam, N. T. Phuc, The structure of Leavitt path algebras and the invariant basis number property, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra 223 (2019), 48274856, SCI(E); Scopus. 
3  Y. Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, J. Zumbragel, On congruencesemisimple semirings and $K_{0}$group characterization of ultramatricial algebra over semifield, Journal of Algebra 508 (2018), 157195, SCI(E); Scopus. 
4  J. Y. Abuhlail, S. N. Il'in, Y. Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, Toward homological characterization of semirings by einjective semimodules, Journal of Algebra and Its Applications, 16 (2018) 1850059 (24 papes), SCI(E); Scopus. 
5  Y. Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, J. Zumbragel, Simpleness of Leavitt path algebras with coefficients in a commutative semirings, Semigroup Forum, 94 (2017), 481499, SCI(E); Scopus. 
6  V. Lopatkin, Tran Giang Nam, On the homological dimensions of Leavitt path algebras with coefficients in commutative rings, Journal of Algebra, 481 (2017), 273  292, SCI(E); Scopus. 
7  S.N. Il'ina, Y. Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, Toward homological structure theory of semimodules: On semirings all of whose cyclic semimodules are projective, Journal of Algebra 476 (2017), 238  266, SCI(E); Scopus. 
8  G. Abrams, Tran Giang Nam, N.T. Phuc, Leavitt path algebras having unbounded generating number, Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, 221 (2017), 1322  1343, SCI(E); Scopus. 
9  M. Johnson, Tran Giang Nam, Pinjective semirings, semigroup rings and Leavitt path algebras, Communications in Algebra, 45 (2017), 1893  1906, SCI(E); Scopus. 
10  J. Y. Abuihlail, Y. Katsov, S. N. Il'in, Tran Giang Nam, On VSemirings and Semirings all of whose Cyclic Semimodules are Injective, Communications in Algebra, Volume 43, 2015, 4632  4654, SCI(E), Scopus. 
11  Y. Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, On radicals of semirings and related problems, Communications in Algebra, Volume 42, 2014, 50655099, SCI(E); Scopus. 
12  Yefim Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, Jens Zumbrägel, On simpleness of semirings and complete semirings, Journal of Algebra and Its Applications, Vol. 13 (2014), SCI(E); Scopus. 
13  Tran Giang Nam, Y. Katsov, Morita equivalence and homological characterization of semirings, Journal of Algebra and Its Applications, 10 (2011), 445 – 473, SCI(E); Scopus. 
14  Y. Katsova, Tran Giang Nam, N. X. Tuyen, More on subtractive semirings: simpleness, perfectness and related problems, Communications in Algebra, 39 (2011), 4342 – 4356. 
15  Y. Katsov, Tran Giang Nam, N. X. Tuyen, On subtractive semisimple semirings, Algebra Colloquium, 16 (2009), 415 – 426. 
16  Nguyen Xuan Tuyen, Tran Giang Nam, On projective covers of semimodules in the category ΛCSSMod and their applications. Southeast Asian Bull. Math. 31 (2007), 363–377. 
17  Nguyen Xuan Tuyen, Tran Giang Nam, On radicals of semirings. Southeast Asian Bull. Math. 31 (2007), 131–140. 
1  G. Abrams, M. Dokuchaev, Tran Giang Nam, Realizing corners of Leavitt path algebras as Steinberg algebras, with corresponding connections to graph $C^*$algebras, preprint arXiv 1909.03964. 
2  IMh20190504, Gene Abrams, Tran Giang Nam, Corners of Leavitt path algebras of finite graphs are Leavitt path algebras, arXiv:1902.03641. 
Highlights
05/11/19, Conference: Nhóm đại số, đối đồng điều Galois và một số vấn đề liên quan 
11/11/19, Conference: The IMH School Introduction to Algebraic Schemes and Cohomology 
02/12/19, Conference: Tentative program School “INVERSE PROBLEMS” 
04/12/19, Conference: Hội nghị Đại sốLý thuyết sốHình học và Tô pô 2019 