Hossein Behforooz

Hossein Behforooz

Prof. Behforooz

Hossein Behforooz, Ph.D.

Mathematics Department

I am a professor of mathematics at Utica College and I have started to teach at UC from September 1987.  This is a short version of my personal webpage to help me to have a quick and an easy way to communicate with my students.  It covers information about me, my courses and my research and professional activities.  For more information about my professional activities, please see my CV (Curriculum Vita). Yes, MATH is FUN, and I love Magic Squares.

Contact Information:

Address: 1600 Burrstone road, Utica College, Mathematics Department, Utica, New York, 13502, USA.

  Room 256, White Hall

: (315) 792-3072

  (315) 792-3831 (Att.  Behforooz)



Office Hours:
  See my course syllabi each semester.


Ph.D.  1980 Brunel, The University of West London, Uxbridge, England.

M.S.  1976 Brunel, The University of West London, Uxbridge, England.

M.S.  1970 Institute of Mathematics, Teachers Training University, Tehran, Iran.

B.S.  1968 Tehran University, Tehran, Iran. (Mathematics).

Research Interests:

Spline Functions, Applications of Spline Functions in Solving ODE, PDE, Integral Equations and Fuzzy Data, Multivariate Spline Functions and Their Applications. Harmonic Series, 
Also in Recreational Mathematics, Magic Squares, Knight Tours and Sudoku Puzzles.

For the list of my publications, presentations, talks, seminars, please see my  CV.


Fall 2015

MAT 143:  Mathematical Analysis for Bus. and Eco. I
MAT 317:  Ordinary Differential Equations

MAT 112  Basic Statistic

For the list of my courses taught in the past semesters, see my CV or my recent Summary of Professional Activities. 


*   Mathematical Association of America (MAA).

*   American Association of University Professors (AAUP).

*    Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of
      Communications in Numerical Analysis.

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