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Shahryar Heydari, Ph. D.

 

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EDUCATION:


Doctorate of Philosophy in Mathematics
August 1992, Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida
Dissertation Title: Zeta Regularized Products and Modular Constants
 

Master of Science in Mathematics
May 1984, University of South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina
Thesis Title: Eigenvalue Monotonicity

 

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics
May 1982, University of South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina

 

Associate of Arts in Electrical Engineering
May 1980, Butler County Community College
ElDorado, Kansas

 

TECHNOLOGY:

 

Languages. Extensive experience with HTML, JAVA, CGI, Perl, ASP, PHP.

Software. Microsoft FrontPage, Macromedia: Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, FreeHand, Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint; Star Office; Corel WordPerfect Office; Lotus Suite; Maple, Mathematica, Mathcad, Matlab, Derive, Scientific Notebook.

Networking. Microsoft Windows Server, Miscrosoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL, Linux, UNIX, SOLARIS, Novell.

Operating Systems. Microsoft Windows (3.1, 3.11, 95, 2000, NT, XP, Vista, 7), MAC OS, Unix, SUN Solaris, Linux.


Director of Information Technology.

·         Responsible for supporting the faculty, staff, and students with their technology needs. Managed and maintained internal networks and infrastructure, Help Desk Operations, System Administration, Information Security, Quality Assurance, and Application Development.

·         Managing the day to day operations of the Information Technology infrastructure while balancing new initiatives and projects that are essential to the growth of the College.

·         Planning, implementing and evaluating emerging technologies to provide coherent access to in-house and external resources.

·         Identify trends in software, learning resource sand training needs applicable to the College.

·         Provide leadership for the selection and acquisition of information technologies.

·         Oversight of the College’s academic and student computing systems and environment.

·         Establish policies, procedures, priorities and goals for the Information Technology department.

·         Maintain security of networks and all sensitive information systems therein.

·         Additional duties as delegated by the Provost and President.

 

 

System Administrator. Solely responsible for four separate servers running various operating systems:

·         Cobalt Raq Server: Built on Linux.. Administer Conferencing On the Web for Online Teaching at Piedmont College. Web Master for various departmental and student web sites. Run CGI scripts for Academic Progress Reports. Piedmont College, 1996-Present

·         RedHat Linux Server: Administer WebCT for the entire College. Create, maintain, backup, restore online courses. Create, maintain, update user accounts. Piedmont College, 2000-Present.

·         Windows NT, 2000, 2003, 2008 Server: Administer SimNet 2000 and MYITLab for online education courses in Computer Information Systems. Create, maintain, backup, restore online courses. Create, maintain, update user accounts. Administer FrontPage web sites giving access to an Informix database to users through an ODBC connection. Administer and create Active Server Pages for database access. Piedmont College, 2000-Present.

·         Sun Solaris Server: Administer Informix 4GL on Solaris Sever. Administer Web Server. Create, maintain user accounts and directories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACADEMIC  EXPERIENCE:

Professor of Mathematics. Instructor for College Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Linear Algebra, History of Mathematics, Elementary and Mathematical Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Differential Equations, and College Geometry. Also taught Introduction to Liberal Arts and Elementary Statistics online. Piedmont College, 1994-Present.

Department Chair. Chairman of the department of mathematics. Responsible for departmental course offerings, scheduling, mathematics laboratory, departmental staffing, and administrative duties. Piedmont College, 1995-2005.

Technical Support. Responsible for providing college wide technical support and training for hardware, software,  and  network problems. Worked with Novell server, Groupwise mail server, and UNIX web server. Piedmont College, 1995-Present.

Conferencing on the Web Administrator. Responsible for server and program maintenance of the online course system. User and conference assignment and development. Consult and help faculty develop and maintain online courses. Piedmont College, 1995-Present.

Web Developer and Designer. Responsible for development, design, and maintenance of various web sites for the departments of Foreign Languages, Music, Geology, Mathematics, Religion and Philosophy, and Servant Leadership. Piedmont College, 1995-Present

Online Teaching: Taught Elementary Statistics, College Geometry, Calculus with Analytic Geometry, History of Mathematics, Foundations of Computer Science, and Introduction to Liberal Arts online. Piedmont College, 1996-Present.

Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Member of the faculty of science. Instructor for Complex Variables, and Complex Analysis(graduate level).

Director of Computer Laboratory. Responsible for networking, software, and hardware.

University of Tehran, 1993-1994.

 

 

Visiting Professor of Mathematics. Instructor for Complex Variables, Applied Mathematics, Differential Equations, History of Mathematics, and Philosophy of Mathematics.

Coordinator of Computer Laboratory. Responsible for software bank, workshops, and hardware.

Amirkabir University(Tehran Polytechnic), 1993-1994.

 

Visiting Professor of Mathematics. Instructor for Complex Variables.

S. Beheshti University(National University of Iran). 1993-1994

 

Visiting Professor of Mathematics. Instructor for Business Calculus, Calculus with Analytic Geometry, Differential Equations. Florida State University, 1991-1992.

 

Teaching Assistant. Instructor for College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Calculus for Business Majors, Calculus I-III. Solely responsible for preparing lectures, grading, and counseling students at the University of South Carolina and the Florida State University, 1982-1992.

 

HONORS AND ORGANIZATIONS:

Governor's Teaching Fellow

Piedmont College, 1999.

 

DIMACS Reconnect '99

Rutgers University, 1999.

 

Golden Coin Award for Mathematics and Computer Workshop

Amirkabir University, 1996.

 

Certificate of Appreciation for Technology workshop

University of Tehran, 1995, 1996.

Tarbiat Modares University, 1995.

 

Dwight B. Goodner Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

Florida State University, 1992.

 

Teaching Excellence Award

University of South Carolina, 1984

 

American Mathematical Society

Iranian Mathematical Society

Mathematical Association of America

Pi Mu Epsilon, Mathematics Honor Society

 

SCHOLARSHIP AND LEADERSHIP


Co-author of the paper:

A New Method for Customer-Supplier Relationship Management

Published and presented at:

International Conference on Internet Technology and Applications (ITA05). North Wales, UK, 2005.

 

Co-author of the paper:

Virtual Medicine Point

Published and presented at:

International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, Singapore, 2005

 

Co-author of Efficient negotiable C 2B model with portal architecture to provide the same services and orders.

National Iranian Conference on E-Business, 2004.

 

Author of Elliptic Function and Zeta Regularized Products.

Proceedings of the IMS, 1999.

 

Author of Probability Simulation.

Proceedings of the ISS Conference, 1998.

 

Author of Barnes' Sequences and Multiple Gamma Functions.
Proceedings of the IMS, 1998.

 

Co-author of Teaching Economics Online.
Proceedings of the Economics Conference at the Univresity of Pennsylvania, 1997.

 

Author of Application of Computers in Teaching Statistics.
Proceedings of the ISS, 1996.

 

Author of Determinant of the Laplacian on an n-Dimensional Torus.
Proceedings of the IMS, 1994.

 

Co-author of Zeta Regularized Products.
Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, 1992.

 

Conducted a 3-Day Workshop on Web Design and Development

Faculty of Science, University of Tehran, 1998.

 

Presented Application of Computers in Teaching Statistics.
Third Annual ISS International Conference, 1996.

 

Presented Applications of Zeta Regularized Products.
Institute for Advanced Studies in Physics and Mathematics, 1996.

 

Presented Introduction to Zeta Regularized Products.

Tarbiat Modares University, 1996.

 

Workshop on Mathematics with Computer Applications.
University of Tehran, 1996.
Amirkabir University, 1996.

 

Workshop on Education and Technology.
University of Tehran, 1995.

 

Presented Determinant of the Laplacian on an n-Dimensional Torus.
25-th Annual IMS International Conference, 1994.

 

Presented Multiple Gamma Functions.
1991 MAA Regional Meeting, Tallahassee, Florida.

 

Presented Barnes' Modular Constants.
1991 Annual MAA Meeting, St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

 

 

 

 

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