Bondari, Siamack

Title: Professor of Mathematics & Chair of Math and Science

Department: Department of Mathematics & Science

Phone: 352-588-8279

Email: siamack.bondari@saintleo.edu

Education:

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Mathematics, Iowa State University
  • Master of Science, Mathematics, Iowa State University
  • Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering, Iowa State University

Biography:

Dr. Siamack Bondari is a professor of Mathematics and the current Chair of the Department of Mathematics and Science at Saint Leo University. Dr. Bondari received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering and his Ph.D. in Mathematics both from Iowa State University. Before joining Saint Leo University in 1999, Dr. Bondari worked at Iowa State University, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, and Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan. Dr. Bondari has chaired or has served on many committees during his tenure at Saint Leo. He is a former officer of MAA and has served as the co-chair of the Mathematics and Computer Science section of Florida Academy of Sciences for over 10 years. Dr. Bondari is a national chess master, and loves reading, watching old classics, nature, and spending time with his family.

Community Affiliation:

  • Florida Academy of sciences
  • Mathematical Association of America

Teaching & Professional Interests:

Dr. Bondari’s research interests are in the areas of abstract and linear algebra. He utilizes Group Representations Theory and computer algorithms to compute all the identities of algebras and in particular matrix rings. In recent years, Dr. Bondari’s interests and focus have shifted toward research on teaching and publishing textbooks and supplements.

Selected Publications:

  • S. Bondari, J. White & S. White, Textbook “Thinking Critically to Solve Problems: Values and Finite Mathematical Thinking,” Amazon Publishing, 2015.
  • S. Bondari & J. White, Textbook “Analyzing Statistics through Critical Thinking and Values,” Amazon Publishing, 2014.
  • S. Bondari & M. Daunis, Textbook “Student Guide to Statistics with Writing Assignments,” Pearson Hall, 2010.
  • S. Bondari, Constructing the Polynomial Identities and Central Identities of Degree < 9 of 3X3 Matrices, Linear Algebra and its Applications, vol. 258(1997)23–259.
  • S. Bondari and I. Hentzel, The McCrimmon Radical for Identities of Degree 3, Sigsam Bulletin, Issue 119, vol. 31/1(1997)2–5.
  • A. Abian and S. Bondari, Generic Chains and Generic Directed Subsets of Partially Ordered Sets, Studia Mathematica, University of Bolyai, vol. 39/1(1994)3–9.

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