Associate Professor
Dr. Jaenbai went to Latvian State University (Riga, Latvia) for his PhD studies. Defended his doctoral dissertation in the field of Fuzzy Topology in 1995.   He received his MS degree in Mathematics from Kyrgyz State University in 1983.
Bio

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

2014 – present: Zayed University. Associate Professor
2008-2014: Rogers State University, Claremore, Oklahoma. Associate Professor (Tenured)
2007-2008: Visiting Assistant Professor. Montana Tech of the University of Montana.
1997-2007: Osh State University (Kyrgyzstan). Docent.
1985-1997: Kyrgyz National University (Kyrgyzstan). Instructor-Docent.

 
Office

Dubai Academic City, C-L2-002

Phone:

+971 4 402 1290

Email:
Teaching Areas

General Topology and Fuzzy Logic. Economics, Business; Education.

Research and Professional Activities

Dr. Jaenbai’s main field of research is General Topology and Fuzzy Logic. His research is devoted to developing a generalized theory of Fuzzy Uniform Spaces. He also conducted research in Economics, focusing in the fields of Welfare Economics. In 2000-2001 he was a Fulbright Scholar at State University of New York conducting research in Economics of Investment. He also did research in applications of fuzzy sets theory to measuring welfare. Last several years, Dr. Jaenbai is conducting research in the field of education, applying Fuzzy Logic for measuring student’s achievements.

MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

Member of Mathematical Association of America.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

  • Jaenbai, J. (with K. Ishmakhametov ). Countable Compactness for Mappings. Vestnik Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University. (in press, 2018)

  • Jaenbai, J. On Countable Compact Maps. Issyk-Kul International Mathematical Forum, Bozteri, Kyrgyzstan. (2015)

  • Jaenbai, J. (with K. Ishmakhametov) Inductive dimensions for maps, The V Congress of Turkik World Mathematicians, Bulan-Sogottu, Kyrgyzstan (2014)

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