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Dr. Guanghua Zhao

Associate Professor in Mathematics

Office:  Science & Technology 222

Phone: (910) 672-1500


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Received a PhD degree in Mathematics from Wayne State University and a master degree in Computer Science from North Carolina State University, Dr Zhao has taught at Fayetteville State University since 1990. His hobbies include traveling and listening to music.

  • MATH 121 Introduction to College Algebra
  • MATH 123 College Algebra
  • MATH 124 Trigonometry
  • MATH 129 Precalculus Mathematics I
  • MATH 130 Precalculus Mathematics II
  • MATH 131 Algebra and Trigonometry
  • MATH 140 Applied Calculus
  • MATH 142 Calculus w/ Anal Geom I
  • MATH 241 Calculus w/ Anal Geom II
  • MATH 242 Calculus w/ Anal Geom III
  • MATH 250 Discrete Mathematics II
  • MATH 331 Differential Equations
  • MATH 412 Advanced Calculus
  • MATH 492 Complex Variables
  • MATH 507 Linear Algebra I
  • MATH 521 Real Analysis I
  • MATH 541 Complex Analysis I
  • MATH 611 Linear Algebra II
  • MATH 621 Real Analysis II
  • MATH 641 Complex Analysis II
  • MATH 651 Functional Analysis


Banach Algebras, C*-Algebras, Operator Theory, Harmonic Analysis, Numerical Analysis, Parallel Computing

  • Zhao, G. (2016) Database Replication for Optimal Performance in Parallel BLAST, Proceedings of 2016 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence, vol. 2016, pp. 608-611. 
  • Zhao, G. (1996). Completely bounded multilinear forms on C(X)-spaces. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 96A(1), 111-122.
  • Zhao, G. (1995). Algebras of multilinear forms on groups. Contemp. Math., 189, 497-511.  
  • Zhao, G. (1984). On cyclic vectors of backward weighted shifts. Journal of Mathematical Research and Exposition, 4(3), 1-6.  
  • Zhao, G. (1996). Completely bounded multilinear forms on groups (1996th ed., vol. 17, pp. 88). Abstracts of Papers Presented to the American Mathematical Society.  
  • Zhao, G. (2008). A Two Level Master-Worker Approach to Parallelization of BLAST. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University.
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