Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics
University of the Sciences
United States of America
Dr. Alsardary has been a faculty member in mathematics at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia since 1996. Among the many math courses he has taught include college algebra, pre-calculus, calculus, programming, graph theory, discrete mathematics, differential equations and linear Algebra. Most of the publications he has written and the presentations he has given focus on graph theory and combinatorics. He co-author a paper in the Journal of Discrete Mathematics (1998), titled "The Basis Number of the Powers of the Complete Graph. His Ph.D. thesis was about "paths and cycles in powers of complete graphs." In addition, Dr. Alsardary is a member of the Mathematical Association of America.
Graph Theory, Combinatorics, Mathematics education, History of Mathematics
Alsardary SY. Covering the powers of the complete graph with a bounded number of snakes. Ars Combinatoria. 2000 Jul 1;56:289-98.
Ali AA, Alsardary SY. New edge neighborhood graphs. Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal. 1997 Sep 1;47(3):501-4.
Alsardary SY. Further results on vertex covering of powers of complete graphs. Acta Math. Univ. Comenianae. 1997;66(2):261-83.