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Senior Lecturer at Department of Civil Engineering

Dr. Ghandehari has forty  years of teaching experience at university level.  He has taught variety of courses in civil engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, and mathematics.   His areas of research  are convex and discrete geometry with emphasis on Minkowski geometry, the calculus of variation and optimal control, optimization, mathematical modeling, differential and integral equations. He enjoys playing sports including soccer and basketball.

Univ. of California at Davis
Ph.D.
Mathematics
Univ. of Utah
M.E.A.
Industrial Engineering
Univ. of Arizona
M.S.
Mathematics
Univ. of Utah
B.A.
Mathematics
June 2016
Ongoing
Lecturer
Electrical Engineering, The University of Texas at Arlington
August 2004
Ongoing
Senior Lecturer
University of texas at Arlington, civil engineering, University exas at Arlington
August 1996
Ongoing
Lecturer
University of Texas at Arlington, mathematics
August 2000
June 2012
Lecturer
University of Texas at Arlington, computer science and engineering
August 2004
June 2008
Senior Lectorer
University of Texas at Arlington,computer science and engineering
January 1999
August 2004
Lecturer
University of texas at Arlington, civil engineering, University exas at Arlington
June 1999
August 2000
Instructor
University of Texas at Arlington, Upward Bound
August 1997
December 1997
Instructor
Texas Christian University, mathematics
August 1995
July 1996
Visiting Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Arlington, mathematics
January 1993
August 1993
Instructor
San Joaquin Delta College, mathematics
August 1992
December 1992
Visiting Lecturer
University of the Pacific, mathematics
September 1991
June 1992
Lecturer
University of California at Davis
January 1989
June 1991
Assistant professor, mathematics
United States Naval Postgraduate School
July 1988
January 1989
Adjunct Professor, mathematics
United States Naval Postgraduate School
September 1987
June 1988
Adjunct Lecturer, mathematics
Santa Clara University
August 1987
June 1988
Instructor, mathematics
Menlo College
August 1986
June 1987
Lecturer, mathematics and computer science
San Jose State University, The University of Texas at Arlington
August 1983
June 1986
Assistant Professor, mathematics
university of San Francisco
August 1982
June 1983
Instructor
University of San Francisco
September 1979
June 1982
Teaching Assistant, mathematics
The University of California at Davis, The University of Texas at Arlington
August 1976
December 1978
Teaching Assistant, mathematics
University of Arizona
January 1972
August 1974
Tutor
University of Utah
September 1971
November 1971
Instructor
Marvi High School, Tehran
March 2014
Ongoing
Membership
Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics
October 2013
Ongoing
Membership
American Mathematical Society
October 2013
Ongoing
Membership
Pi Mu Epsilon(Mathematics Honor Society)
October 2013
Ongoing
Membership
The Golden Key international Honour Society
January 1991
Ongoing
Membership
Elected Member, Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
August 1989
teaching award
March 1986
Nominated for outstanding teaching award at the college of science at the University of San Francisco
January 1985
nominated and accepted as a member

nominated by scientific research

September 1980
Fellowship was given to support studies for Ph.D. program in mathematics
September 1972
Scholarship was given to help tution cost as an undergraduate

4.0 GPA as a freshman

September 1971
Third place in Iran's entrance exam as a mathematics major

Made high scores in entrance examination particularly in mathematics

April 2006
Engineer in training

Passed the fundamental of engineering exam and registeres as an EIT with the Texas Board of Professional Engineers(Expiration date 2023)

May 1991
Spanish

took  Spanish conversation courses at Monterey Penninsula College

April 1991
Parallel computing training

Three days workshop on parallel computing by Intel at Beaverton, Oregon

December 1990
Psychology

Took courses and family ethics and cross-cultural psychology at Chapman university

June 1987
Parallel computer training

One week training on Cray Time Sharing for parrallel computation at Sacromento State University

December 1986
Counseling and educational psychology

Completed 24 units of graduate work at the university of San Francisco in counseling and educational psychology with emphasis on marriage and family counseling

August 1985
Retraining in computer science

Retraining in computer science at clarkson university during summers of 1984 and 1985

August 1983
French

Attended Institue of European studies in Parice, france during the summer of 1983  to learn French language and culture

August 1975
University of Wisconsin at Madison

Attended Fall as a graduate student math major

June 1975
German

Took intensive German Language course during summer

September 1974
University of Washington

attended as a graduate student math major

Calculus of Variations and Optimal Control Theory; Optimization

Calculus of variations and optimal control theory is used to find extrema of geometric problems in Euclidean and Minkowski spaces.

Convex and Discrete Geometry

Geometric Inequalities from Euclidean geometry are generalized to the Minkowski Plane and Minkowski Space.  A Minkowski space is a finite dimensional normed linear space.

Differential and Integral Equations

Quadratic non-linear integral equations of Volterra and Fredholm type are investigated.

Ordinary and Partial differential equations are applied to traffic flow theory.

Mathematical Modeling

Mathematical modeling is used for applied problems particularly on  traffic flow theory, pharmacokinetics and other areas.

2015
The Z -transform of the linear car-following Model, Engineering Science and Technology: An International Journal(ESTIJ) vol.5 No. 1 February 2015 pages 193-196, Co-author Siamak Ardekani
Journal Article
Published
2013
Inequalities for variable interest rates, Journal of Economics and Engineering,Vol. 4, No.2, December 2013, Co-author Alireza Norozirshan 
Journal Article
Published
2011
" Macroscopic Speed-Flow Models for Characterization of Freeway and Managed Lanes, " Buletinul Institutului Politechnic Din Lasi, Vol. LVII(LXI), No.1, 2011, pp. 149-159(with S. Ardekani and S. Nepal)
Journal Article
Published
2010
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Restricted Curvature in the Minkowski Plane." Journal of Mathematical Inequalities 4.2 (2010): 307-313.
Journal Article
Accepted
2009
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Siamak Ardekani. "A System of Partial Differential Equations for Traffic Flow." Libertas Mathematica 29 (2009): 139-142.
Journal Article
Accepted
2008
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Siamak Ardekani. "The Laplace Transform of the Linear Car-following Model." Libertas Mathematica 28 (2008): 143-147.
Journal Article
Accepted
2008
Ghandehari, M. & Ardekani, S. (2008). An Analysis of Modified Greenberg Speed-flow model. Arlington, TX: Math. Dept. UT Arlington.
Technical Report
Accepted
2007
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Jennifer Holyk. "A geometric inequality in pharmacokinetics." Libertas Mathematica 27 (2007): 99-104.
Journal Article
Accepted
2007
Ghandehari, M. & Kashefi, F. (2007). Geometry of Post's Correspondence Problem. In ASEE Gulf-Southwest Annual Conference (pp. 1-4). University of Texas-Pan American: American Society for Engineering Education.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
2005
Ghandehari, M. & Kashefi, F. (2005). Geometrical Problems in Engineering Mechanics. Arlington, Texas: Math. Dept. Univ. of Texas at Arlington, TR#352.
Technical Report
Accepted
2005
Ghandehari, M. & O'Neill, E. J. (2005). The reflection property in normed linear planes with applications to generalized conics. Arlington, TX: Math Dept. UT Arlington,TR#351.
Technical Report
Accepted
2003
Ghandehari, M. & Khan, S. (2003). Examples from elements of theory of computation. In ASEE Gulf-Southwest 2003. University of Texas at Arlington: ASEE.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
2002
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Merlynd Nestell. "A quadratic Fredholm integral equation and its solution for various kernels." Libertas Mathematica 22 (2002): 41-48.
Journal Article
Accepted
2002
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Tennis and basketball the lazy way." The Mathematical gazette 86.no.507 (2002): 501.
Journal Article
Accepted
2002
Ghandehari, M., Nestell, M., & Sridhar, S. (2002). A quadratic matrix equation. Arlington, TX: Math. Dept. UT Arlington.
Technical Report
Accepted
2001
Ghandehari, M. (2001). A geometric inequality for convex polygons. Arlington, TX: Math. Dept., UT Arlington.
Technical Report
Accepted
2001
Ghandehari, M. (2001). Minkowski's inequality for convex curves. Arlington, TX: Math. Dept., UT Arlington.
Technical Report
Accepted
2000
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Controlling Curvature in Minkowski Planes." Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 252.no.2 (2000): 951-958.
Journal Article
Accepted
2000
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Michael Golomb. "Minimum Path Problems in Normed Spaces: Reflection and Refraction." Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 105.1 (2000): 1-16.
Journal Article
Accepted
2000
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Total Curvature in Minkowski planes." Libertas Mathematica 20 (2000): 107-112.
Journal Article
Accepted
2000
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Michael Golomb. "Minimum path problems in normed spaces: reflection and refraction." J. Optim. Theory Appl. 105.no.1 (2000): 1-16.
Journal Article
Accepted
2000
Nestell, M. & Ghandehari, M. (2000). A quadratic Volterra integral equation and its solution for various kernels. In Volterra equations and applications(Arlington, TX 1996) (pp. 357-365). Arlington, TX: Gordon and Breach.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
1998
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Ray Optics on Surfaces." Libertas Mathematica 18 (1998): 49-52.
Journal Article
Accepted
1998
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Edward J. O'Neill. "Self-circumference of rotors." Acta Mathematica Hungarica 79.no.3 (1998): 179-190.
Journal Article
Accepted
1998
Ghandehari, Mostafa. Rev. of Global Methods in Optimal Control, by Vadim F. Krotov. SIAM Review 1998: 152.
Book Review
Accepted
1997
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Merlynd Nestell. "On a separable nonlinear Volterra integral equation with power nonlinearity." Libertas Mathematica 17 (1997): 175-181.
Journal Article
Accepted
1997
Ghandehari, M. (1997). Snell's law in normed linear planes. Arlington, TX: Math. Dept., UT Arlington.
Technical Report
Accepted
1997
Ghandehari, M. (1997). Heron's problem in the Minkowski plane. Arlington, TX: Math. Dept. UT Arlington, TR#306.
Technical Report
Accepted
1996
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Polar duals of rotors." Acta Mathematica Sinica, new series 12.no.1 (1996): 40-42.
Journal Article
Accepted
1996
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "An Optimal control formulation of the Blaschke-Lebesgue theorem." J. Math. Anal. Appl. 200.no.2 (1996): 322-331.
Journal Article
Accepted
1995
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Richard Pfiefer. "Polygonal Circles." Mathematics and Computer Education Journal 29.no.2 (1995): 203-210.
Journal Article
Accepted
1995
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Sums of distances in normed spaces." Acta Math. Hungar. 67.no.1-2 (1995): 123-129.
Journal Article
Accepted
1994
Ghandehari, Mostafa and Dave Logothetti. "How the elliptic integrals K and E arise from circles and points in the Minkowski plane." J.Geom. 50.no.1-2 (1994): 63-72.
Journal Article
Accepted
1994
Ghandehari, Mostafa. Rev. of Foundations of Coding, by J. Adamek. SIAM review 1994: 125.
Book Review
Accepted
1992
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Steinhardt's inequality in the Minkowski plane." Bull. Austral. Math. Soc. 45.2 (1992): 261-266.
Journal Article
Accepted
1991
Ghandehari, Mostafa. "Polar duals of convex bodies." Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 113.no.3 (1991): 799-808.
Journal Article
Accepted
1989
Ghandehari, M. & Pfiefer, R. (1989). Self-Circumference in the Minkowski Plane. Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate school.
Technical Report
Accepted
1985
Chakerian, G. D. and M. A. Ghandehari. "The Fermat problem in Minkowski spaces." Geom. Dedicata 17.3 (1985): 227-238.
Journal Article
Accepted
1985
Andrew, A. D. & Ghandehari, M. A. (1985). An inequality for a sum of distances. In Sundance Conferance on combinatorics and related topics, Cong.Num.50 (pp. 31-35). Sundance, Utah:.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
1985
Chakerian, G. D. & Ghandehari, M. A. (1985). The sum of distances determined by points on a sphere. In Discrete geometry and convexity (pp. 88-91). New York: New York. Acad. Sci.
Conference Proceeding
Accepted
April 2016
An application of Z transform in pharmacokinetics

Discrete Z transform is used to solve difference equations in pharmacokinetics for constant dosage in fixed time intervals.  Difference equations for half dosage and fractional dosage are analyzed.  clinical applications are discussed.

Reviewed
March 2014

The Z-transform of the linear car-following model

Uncategorized
April 2011

A Discrete Optimal Control in Pharmacokinetics

Uncategorized
Summer 2016
EE 5302 - Random Signals and Noise
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday3:30PM5:00PM
Wednesday3:30PM5:00PM
Probability, random variables, and stochastic processes in physical systems.  Topics include probability space, discrete and continuous random variables, density and conditional density functions, functions of random variables, mean-square estimation, random signals, system response, optimum system design, and Markov processes.
Last Updated on June 8, 2016, 4:30 pm
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Spring 2016
CE 5377 - Construction Project Management & Job Costing
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday3:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday3:30PM4:30PM
Wednesday3:30PM5:30PM
Thursday3:30PM4:30PM
Fundamentals of construction project management, financial aspects and job costing of a construction project.  Includes project management principles, budgets, cost codes, cost-to-complete and financial reports specific to the management of a construction company and project control.
Last Updated on January 27, 2016, 4:56 pm
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Spring 2016
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday3:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday3:30PM4:30PM
Wednesday3:00PM5:30PM
Thursday3:30PM5:30PM
Basic theory of probability and statistics with practical applications to civil and environmental engineering problems. Emphasis on sampling, distribution functions, tests of significance, and regression modeling.
Last Updated on January 27, 2016, 5:06 pm
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Spring 2016
CE 3311 - Construction Engineering
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Monday3:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday3:30PM4:30PM
Wednesday3:30PM5:30PM
Thursday3:30PM4:30PM
Principles of construction engineering and the management process, value engineering, specifications, different construction contracts and delivery methods, estimating and scheduling fundamentals and project control, and management of construction process.
Last Updated on January 27, 2016, 5:15 pm
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Spring 2016
CE 5300 - Advanced Statistics for Construction Engineering
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Monday3:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday3:30PM5:30PM
Wednesday3:00PM5:30PM
Thursday3:30PM5:30PM
point estimation, interval estimation, sample size determination, tests of hypothesis, analysis of variance, linear  regression, matrix methods for multiple linear regression, polynomial regression, transformations, non-linear regression.
Last Updated on January 27, 2016, 5:40 pm
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Spring 2016
MATH 2326 - Calculus III
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Monday3:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday3:30PM4:30PM
Wednesday3:00PM5:30PM
Thursday3:30PM4:30PM
Introductory course on vector functions in two or three dimensions, functions of two or more variables, their partial derivatives, multiple integration, line integral, surface integrals, Green's theorem, Stokes' theorem, and divergence theorem.
Last Updated on January 27, 2016, 5:46 pm
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Fall 2015
CE 5377 - Construction Project Management & Job Costing
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday12:30PM2:30PM
Wednesday12:30PM2:30PM
Thursday2:00PM5:00PM
Fundamentals of construction project management, financial aspects and job costing of a construction project.  Includes project management principles, budgets, cost codes, cost-to-complete and financial reports specific to the management of a construction company and project control.
Last Updated on September 1, 2015, 5:08 pm
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Fall 2015
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday12:30PM2:30PM
Wednesday12:30PM2:30PM
Thursday2:00PM5:00PM
This course covers the principles of construction engineering and decision making processes, review of the U.S. construction industry, quantity takeoff and cost estimating, scheduling and project controls, simple and compound interest calculations, equivalence, present worth, uniform annual cost, rate of return, equipment depreciation and replacement, plus competing projects.
Last Updated on September 2, 2015, 11:21 am
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Fall 2015
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday12:30PM2:30PM
Wednesday12:30PM2:30PM
Thursday2:00PM5:00PM
Basic theory of probability and statistics with practical applications to civil and environmental engineering problems.  Emphasis on sampling, distribution functions, tests of significance, and regression modeling.
Last Updated on September 2, 2015, 12:02 pm
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Summer 2015
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday1:30PM5:00PM
Thursday8:30AM10:00AM
Basic theory of probability and statistics with practical applications to civil and environmental engineering problems.  Emphasis on sampling, distribution functions, tests of significance, and regression modeling.
Last Updated on June 9, 2015, 2:56 pm
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Spring 2015
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday2:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:30PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
The course covers principles of forces and force systems, resultant and components of force systems, forces due to friction, condition of equilibrium, forces acting on members of trusses and frame structures, centroids and moment of inertia, review of kinematics and kinetics of particle motion, two-dimensional motion of rigid bodies.  The lab period is used for reinforcement of the course princioles through problem solving.
Last Updated on January 21, 2015, 3:29 pm
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Spring 2015
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday2:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:30PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
Basic theory of probability and statistics with practical applications to civil and environmental engineering problems. emphasis on sampling ,distribution functions, tests of significance, and regression modeling
Last Updated on January 21, 2015, 4:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday2:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:30PM
Thursday2:00PM5:30PM
The course covers the principles of construction engineering and decision making process, review of U.S. construction industry, quantity takieoff and cost estimating, scheduling and project controls, simple and compound interest calculations, equivalence, present worth, uniform annual cost, rate of return, equipment depreciation and replacement, plus competing projects.
Last Updated on January 21, 2015, 4:28 pm
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Spring 2015
MATH 3315 - MATHEMATICAL MODELS
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday2:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:30PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
The course covers applications of mathematics in physics, engineering, biology and economics. topics include optics, mechanical vibrations, population dynamics, finance , economics and traffic flow theory.
Last Updated on January 21, 2015, 5:24 pm
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Spring 2014
CE 2312 - Ce 2312-001
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:00PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
The lecture covers principles of forces and force systems, resultants and components of force systems, forces due to friction, condition of equilibrium, forces acting on members of trusses and frame structures, centroids and moments of inertia, review of kinematics and kinetics of particle motion, two-dimensional motion of rigid bodies. The lab period is used for reinforcement of the course principles through problem solving .
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 4:36 pm
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Spring 2014
CE 3301 - Ce 3301-001
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:00PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
Basic theory of probability and statistics with practical applications to civil and environmental engineering problems. Emphasis on sampling, distribution functions, tests of significance, and regression modeling.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 4:40 pm
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Spring 2014
CE 3310 - Ce 3310-001
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:00PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
This course covers the principles of construction engineering and decision making processes, review of the U.S. construction industry, quantity takeoff and cost estimating, scheduling and project controls, simple and compound interest calculations, equivalence, present worth, uniform annual cost, rate of return, equipment depreciation and replacement, plus competing projects.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 4:44 pm
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Spring 2014
MATH 3315 - Math 3315-001
Office Hours
DayStartEnd
Tuesday1:30PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:00PM5:00PM
Thursday1:30PM3:00PM
The course covers applications of mathematics in physics, engineering, biology and economics. In particular topics include optics, mechanical vibrations, population dynamics , finance and economics and traffic flow theory.  Other applied topics will be discussed .  
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 4:47 pm
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Fall 2013
CE 3310 - Ce 3310-001
This course covers the principles of construction engineering and decision making processes, review of the U.S. construction industry, quantity takeoff and cost estimating, scheduling and project controls, simple and compound interest calculations, equivalence, present worth, uniform annual cost, rate of return, equipment depreciation and replacement, plus competing projects.
Last Updated on August 28, 2013, 5:23 pm
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Fall 2013
CE 3301 - Ce 3301-001
Basic theory of probability and statistics with practical applications to civil and environmental engineering problems. Emphasis on sampling, distribution functions, tests of significance, and regression modeling.
Last Updated on August 28, 2013, 5:34 pm
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Fall 2013
CE 2312 - Ce 2312-001
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday3:00PM5:30PM
Tuesday3:00PM5:00PM
Wednesday3:00PM5:30PM
The lecture covers principles of forces and force systems, resultants and components of force systems, forces due to friction, condition of equilibrium, forces acting on members of trusses and frame structures, centroids and moments of inertia, review of kinematics and kinetics of particle motion, two-dimensional motion of rigid bodies. The lab period is used for reinforcement of the course principles through problem solving .
Last Updated on August 28, 2013, 5:41 pm
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Fall 2013
MATH 3315 - Math 3315-001
The course covers applications of mathematics in physics, engineering, biology and economics.  In particular topics include optics, mechanical vibrations, population dynamics , finance and economics and  traffic flow theory.  Other applied topics will be discussed 
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Spring 2013
CSE 2315 - DISCRETE STRUCTURES
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Spring 2013
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
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Spring 2013
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Spring 2013
MATH 3315 - MATHEMATICAL MODELS
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Spring 2013
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Fall 2012
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
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Fall 2012
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Fall 2012
MATH 3315 - MATHEMATICAL MODELS
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Fall 2012
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Summer 2012
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Summer 2012
CE 2311 - STATICS
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Summer 2012
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Spring 2012
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Spring 2012
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
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Spring 2012
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Spring 2012
MATH 3315 - MATHEMATICAL MODELS
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Spring 2012
CSE 3313 - INTRODUCTION TO SIGNAL PROCESSING
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Fall 2011
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
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Fall 2011
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Fall 2011
MATH 3315 - MATHEMATICAL MODELS
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Summer 2011
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Summer 2011
CE 3301 - STOCHASTIC MODELS FOR CIVIL ENGINEERING
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Spring 2011
MATH 3319 - DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS & LINEAR ALGEBRA
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Spring 2011
CE 2312 - STATICS AND DYNAMICS FOR NON-CE MAJORS
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Spring 2011
CE 3310 - CONSTRUCTION AND VALUE ENGINEERING
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December 1989
Ongoing
Monterey Community Counseling Service

Volunteerd 4 hours a week to work at the Monterey Community Counseling Service in 1989-1990

Elected
June 1983
June 1991
Math Review

Reviewd some articles of Math Review by the American Mathematical Society

Elected
April 2014 -
December 2015
Director Civil Engineering Learning Center

Coordinated schedule of teaching assistants at the center.  Helped students learn materials for some  civil engineering classes and helped with students questions on mathematical topics.

Elected
August 2011 -
August 2015
Faculty Advisor for Persian academic and cultural society

As a faculty advisor I participated with students on various academic and cultural events for persian academic and cultural society

Elected
August 1986 -
April 1987
Faculty advisor of math club

Participated in activities of the math club as a faculty advisor at San Jose State University

Elected
September 1984 -
June 1986
faculty advisor of Persian Club

Partcipated in  social and cultural activities of the Persian Club at the University of San Francisco as a faculty advisor

Elected
September 1983 -
June 1986
Coordinator of mathematics lecture series

Coordnated five mathematics lecture per semester at the University of San Francisco0

Volunteered
September 1983 -
June 1986
Faculty advisor to the math club

participated in activities of  mathematics club at the University of San Francisco and was the faculty advisor to the club

Volunteered
September 1983 -
June 1986
Putnam Coach

Coached problem solving sessions at the university of San Francisco to prepare members of Putnam team to participate in a mathematics competion

Elected