Jason Juett, Ph.D.
Office: Derrick 304
Dr. Juett received his PhD from the University of Iowa in 2013. His research includes various topics related to commutative ring theory, especially those that deal with factorization or ideal theory.
Strongly stable rank and applications to matrix completion, with J.L. Williams, Comm. Algebra 45:3967-3985, 2017.
Length functions in commutative rings with zero divisors, with D.D. Anderson, Comm. Algebra 45:1584-1600, 2017.
Long length functions, with D.D. Anderson, J. Algebra 426:327-343, 2015
Two counterexamples in abstract factorization, Rocky Mountain J. Math 44:139-155, 2014
Division chains and quasi-Euclidean rings, with D.D. Anderson, Revue Roumaine de Mathematique Pures et Appliques, 58:417-435, 2013
Stable range and almost stable range, with D.D. Anderson, J. Pure Appl. Algebra, 216:20942097, 2012
Generalized comaximal factorization of ideals, J. Algebra, 352:141-166, 2012
Spectral partially ordered sets (submitted)
Module cancellation properties, with D.D. Anderson and C.P. Mooney (submitted)
Papers currently in preparation:
- Irreducible elements in modules
- Factorization of ideals, with D.D. Anderson and C.P. Mooney