|Chekad Sarami, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Science and Technology Building
Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville, NC 28311
C. Sarami and V.D. Tonchev, Cyclic quasi-symmetric designs and self-orthogonal codes of length 63, J. Stat. Planning and Inference, 138 (2008), 80-85.
C. Sarami, A Mass Formula for Cyclic Self-Orthogonal Codes, the proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Foundations of Computer Science (FCS.07), Las Vegas, NV
Interested in research with me? For CSC490 senior research projects, CSC350 and individual reserach, I'm recruiting FSU undergraduates in mathematics and/or computer science who like to do research on discrete mathematics, cryptography, audio/signal processing, etc. If you are interested, please send me a short description of your interests, resume, an unofficial copy of your transcript.
Here are examples of several projects we have done in the past:
J. Belmont, Qi Li, G. Hairston, -
Faculty course scheduler – (Swing) Java creating a faculty
course-scheduling algorithm using Java programming language with a
graphical user interface (GUI), Fall 2013
creating a faculty course-scheduling algorithm using Java programming language with a graphical user interface (GUI), Fall 2013
Yijun Yin, Miao Yu, Shenquan Zhang, Image restoration with error-correcting codes, written in Java with graphical user interface (GUI), Spring 2013
A Lie Detector Program Using Hamming Codes – iOS app, Spring 2013
I am married Mahdis Sarami who is a water engineer and author of several books. I am a clasically tranined musician. In my spare time, I write and record music and play violin and piano. I enjoy walking, swimming, and shooting pool. I love also reading poetry.
The murmuring water said: must lead a simple life,
The whispering wind chimed in: must lead a life that’s free.
By ardor of ascension, Fire’s roar turned red,
In silence sang the earth: must lead a humble life.