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Dr. Vassil Yorgov

 

Professor in Mathematics

Office: Science & Technology 220

Phone:
(910) 672-1675

Email: vyorgov@uncfsu.edu

Personal Homepage: http://faculty.uncfsu.edu/vyorgov/

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Yorgov is a professor of mathematics at the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at FSU since 2006. He joined the Department at 2002 as associate professor.  His research is in the area of error-correcting codes and combinatorics. He has 29 scholarly publications which are cited in 372 works of other researchers.

TEACHING
  • MATH 121 Introduction to College Algebra
  • MATH 123 College Algebra
  • MATH 129 Precalculus Mathematics I
  • MATH 130 Precalculus Mathematics II
  • MATH 140 Applied Calculus
  • MATH 150 Discrete Mathematics I
  • MATH 361 Intro Mod Algebra I
  • MATH 362 Intro Mod Algebra II
  • MATH 507 Linear Algebra 1
  • MATH 511 Abstract Algebra I
  • MATH 611 Linear Algebra II
  • MATH 612, Abstract Algebra II

RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • Automorphisms of Linear Codes
  • Extremal Self-Dual Codes            
  • Weight Distribution of Linear Codes         
  • Codes over Rings               
  • Weighing Matrices

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • Yorgov, V., Yorgov, D. (2014). The Automorphism Group of a Self-Dual [72,36,16] Code Does Not Contain Z4. IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory, 60(6), 3302 - 3307.
  • Yorgov, V. (2013). On the Existence of Certain Circulant Weighing Matrices. Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, 86(4), 73-86.
  • Mitchell, K., Yorgov, V. (2011). A Search for New Optimal Singly-Even Self-Dual Codes of Length 48. Explorations, VI 2011, 123-132. www.uncw.edu/csurf/explorations.html
  • Yorgov, V. (2011). Erratum to "The extremal codes of length 42 with automorphism of order 7" [Discrete Math. 190 (1998) 201-213]. Discrete Mathematics, 311(16), 1860-1861.
  • Yorgov, V. (2006). On the Automorphism Group of a Putative Code. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, 52(4), 1724-1726.
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