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Chiappari, Steve

Biography

Dr. Stephen A. Chiappari chairs the Department of Applied Mathematics at Santa Clara University and serves as co-director of CASPIA, the Center for Advanced Study and Practice of Information Assurance.

Courses Taught

Undergraduate Courses
  • Differential Equations (Applied Mathematics 106)
  • Probability and Statistics (Applied Mathematics 108)
  • Risk Analysis for Civil Engineering (Applied Mathematics 112)
  • Numerical Methods (Applied Mathematics 118)
Graduate Courses
  • Introduction to Probability I (Applied Mathematics 210)
  • Continuous Probability (Applied Mathematics 211)
  • Complex Analysis I and II (Applied Mathematics 235 and 236)
  • Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science (Applied Mathematics 240)
  • Special Problems (Applied Mathematics 299)
    • Functional Analysis and Probability
    • Group Theory
    • Galois Theory
    • Advanced Cryptology
    • Advanced Complex Analysis
    • Abstract Algebra
    • Number Theory and Cryptology
    • Random Variables and Processes
    • Algorithm Analysis for Lambda-Grids
    • Evaluation of Techniques for Prediction of Lightpath Resource Utilization
    • Error-Correcting Codes and Applications to Cryptography
    • Analyzing Advantages of Advance Reservation Scheduling
    • Modeling of Shared Bandwidth for Elastic Reservations
    • Statistics for Performance Prediction
    • Cryptographic Library Development
    • Cryptographic Applications
    • Cryptographic Network Threat Analysis
    • Topics in Partial Differential Equations
    • Design and Analysis of Scientific Experiments
  • Stochastic Processes II (Applied Mathematics 363)
  • Linear Programming I and II (Applied Mathematics 340 and 341)
  • Real Analysis I and II (Applied Mathematics 365 and 366)
  • Partial Differential Equations I and II (Applied Mathematics 374 and 375)
  • Cryptology (Applied Mathematics 385, 386, and 387)
  • Advanced Cryptology and Information Assurance (Applied Mathematics 388 and Computer Engineering 352)
  • Mathematics Seminar for Engineering Research (Applied Mathematics 395)
  • Master’s Thesis (Applied Mathematics 397)
  • Advanced Special Topics (Applied Mathematics 399)
  • Independent Study (Computer Engineering 499)
  • Statistics for Performance Prediction
  • Cryptographic Library Development
  • Cryptographic Applications
Stephen Chiappari, Applied Mathematics

Chair, Department of Applied Ethics