Mahdi Majidi-Zolbanin
    Associate Professor of Mathematics

    LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)
    Department of Mathematics, Engineering & CS
    31-10 Thomson Avenue,
    Long Island City, NY 11101
    Email: mmajidi-Zolbanin 'at sign'
    Office: E Building Room 218-D
    Office Phone: (718) 482-5265


  Curriculum Vitae

   Here is my Curriculum Vitae.

  Research Interests

   I am interested in Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Dynamics and Number Theory. I received my PhD in 2005 from CUNY Graduate
    center under the supervision of Prof. Lucien Szpiro.
In the past few years I have focused my research on Algebraic Dynamics. I have
    been studying local and global invariants of self-morphisms of algebraic varieties: I am interested in applying tools and technics from
    Algebraic Geometry, such as Grothendieck Riemann-Roch theory and etale cohomology to the study of these invariants and their
    interrelations. I am also interested in Derived Algebraic Geometry. 



  Selected Teaching

   Here isTeaching Philosophy written by Nozomi Kato, a colleague at LaGuardia.  I couldn't agree more with this.  
   Here are some courses that I have taught:

  • MAT 204: Introductory Differential Equations, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY) (Syllabus)
  • MAT 095: Introduction to Algebra, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY) (Resources)
  • MAT 210: Linear Algebra, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)
  • MAT 202: Calculus II, LaGuardia Community College (CUNY)
  • MAT 405: Introduction to General Topology, University of Illinois-Springfield (Syllabus)
  • MAT 404: Foundations of Geometry, University of Illinois-Springfield (Syllabus, Detailed Schedule)
  • MAT 401: History of Mathematics, University of Illinois-Springfield (Syllabus)
  • MAT 391: Methods of Differential Equations, the City College (CUNY) (Syllabus)
  • MAT 115: Calculus I, University of Illinois-Springfield (Syllabus)
  • MAT 608.2: Calculus II for high-school teachers, Brooklyn College of New York (Syllabus)
  • MAT 113: Business Calculus, University of Illinois-Springfield (Syllabus)
  • MAT 112: Mathematics in Daily Life, University of Illinois-Springfield (Syllabus)



Last modified on: 04/17/2014